More Fabregas stories from the Daily Mail, though they suggest that Arsenal are snubbing him, so Liverpool and Chelsea are stepping in. Inter Milan are looking at taking Javier “Sigourney Weaver” Hernandez on loan for a season, whilst also expressing an interest in Chelsea “striker” Fernando Torres. Manchester City are poised to sign Fernando for £14.5 million from Porto with Michael Dawson topping Hull City Tigers wish list as they prepare a £3.5 million deal to sign him from Tottenham.
The Daily Mirror lead with a story about Mario Balotelli wanting to return to the Premiership – but it won’t be with Manchester City. Arsenal are considering buying him. The Mirror also claim that Arsenal are in for Cesc Fabregas along with Manchester City. City have also offered Frank Lampard a 6 month deal ahead of him signing for New York City. Liverpool are close to signing Alberto Moreno and are interested in Seydou Keita whilst Barcelona have turned down a bid for Alexis Sanchez from Manchester United.
Daily Express are saying that Frank Lampards future at Chelsea is in doubt as he eyes a deal to sign for New York City. Rangers are looking to sign Darren McGregor from St Mirren on a free. Tottenham have decided against signing Adam Lallana, which puts Liverpool in pole position and the Express reveal the four stars on the top of Louis Van Gaal’s wishlist: Kevin Strootman, Bastian SWchweinsteiger, Mats Hummels and Yevhen Konoplyanka.
Arsenal and Liverpool target Juan Cuadrado is wanted by Barcelona say the Daily Star. Liverpool, Spurs and United target Stefan de Vrij is open to a move from Feyenoord. Valencia are expressing an interest in Fernando Torres.
The Telegraph go with the Strootman to Manchester United story along with Arsenal eyeing Mario Balotelli whilst ruling out a move for Cesc Fabregas – who can leave Barcelona for £30 million.
Liverpool are leading the race to sign Cesc Fabregas according to the Independent. Frank Lampard signs for New York City and Sergio Aguero would love a move to Barcelona according to his papa.