Football Paper Talk
A look at the football transfer gossip in Monday's national newspapers.
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Arsene Wenger is planning a £23million move for Real Madrid star Sami Khedira.
James Rodriguez is the man who keeps slipping through Manchester United's fingers.
Luis Suarez could earn £40million playing for Barcelona - but only if he agrees to a special 'bite clause'.
Arsene Wenger is stepping up his interest in Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin.
Liverpool have fought off late interest from West Ham and Spurs to hold on to Belgian World Cup striker Divock Origi.
Thomas Ince is signing for Steve Bruce's ambitious Hull City today - and earning old club Blackpool a windfall.
Manchester United passed up on James Rodriguez when he would have cost them just £5million.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino will make Swansea left back Ben Davies his first signing after getting the green light to talk to him.
Liverpool are desperate to finalise a deal for Switzerland winger Xherdan Shaqiri.
Barcelona believe they are closing in on a deal for Luis Suarez.
Former Manchester United striker Andy Cole has questioned the club's decision to pay Southampton £30m for left-back Luke Shaw.
Barcelona are poised to formally open the bidding for Luis Suarez this week.
Portuguese reports claim Manchester United have sent a delegation to negotiate a fee for Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho.
Hull City hope to take a step closer to signing Tom Ince.
Stoke City have added Bosnia striker Vedad Ibisevic to their list of possible targets.
Tottenham want to hijack Arsenal's move for Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy.
Manchester United representatives have arrived in Portugal as they bid to sign Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho.
Arsenal is Alexis Sanchez's first choice of club if he is forced out of Barcelona this summer.
Barcelona will implement a 'bite clause' in Luis Suarez's contract should they lure him away from Liverpool this summer.
Holland star Memphis Depay is aware that Manchester United, City and Tottenham are all chasing his signature but won't make a decision on his future until after the World Cup.
Mario Balotelli is ready to force through a move to Arsenal while Thomas Vermaelen looks to be on his way to Manchester United.
Hibernian are today expected to announce former Everton coach Andy Holden as assistant to new manager Alan Stubbs.