A round up of the transfer news, rumours a News from Tuesdays papers!

Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumours, Gossip and speculation from all today’s newspapers

Yaya Toure wants to quit Manchester City and is so disillusioned he would even take a pay cut to rejoin Barcelona. (The Sun)

Ashley Cole will quit Chelsea this summer after eight years at the club. (The Sun)

Louis van Gaal will hand over the managerial reigns at Manchester United to Ryan Giggs in three years. (The Sun)

West Ham midfielder Mohamed Diame is a £5million target for Liverpool, Arsenal and Newcastle. (The Sun)

Everton want to bring Jack Rodwell back to Goodison Park from Manchester City in a £5million deal. (The Sun)

James Milner will be offered a new deal to persuade him to stay at Manchester City. (The Sun)

Aston Villa are desperate to land Manchester City free agent Joleon Lescott and hope a £70,000-a-week offer will tempt the defender to ditch a proposed move to Turkey. (The Sun)

France and Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala will wait until after the World Cup before discussing a Manchester City move. (The Sun)

Chelsea are set to be rocked by a £50m bid for Eden Hazard from Paris Saint-Germain. (Daily Mirror)

Glen Johnson is at loggerheads with Liverpool after the Reds offered him just a one-year extension on his current deal – on reduced terms. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is set to deal a crushing blow to Manchester City’s transfer plans by landing £35m-rated Eliaquim Mangala. (Daily Mirror)

West Ham are set to battle Newcastle for strikers Pierre-Michel Lasogga (Hertha Berlin) and Bafetimbi Gomis (Lyon). (Daily Mirror)

Louis van Gaal will be armed with a £6million-a-year salary and £200million transfer budget to help him “make history” as Manchester United’s new manager. (Daily Mail)

Ashley Cole is set to leave Chelsea this summer after revealing on Twitter that the club is not one of his options for next season. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak has shrugged off the limitations of a £49million transfer cap. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool have reached an impasse with Glen Johnson over agreeing a new deal. (Daily Mail)

Yaya Toure’s future at Manchester City was plunged into doubt after his agent made a bizarre rant against the Premier League champions over a perceived birthday snub. (Daily Mail)

Newcastle and Manchester City are showing interest in Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross. (Daily Mail)

Galatasaray have offered Didier Drogba a new one-year contract. (Daily Mail)

Southampton want Swansea left-back Neil Taylor, who was subject to a £4million bid from Fulham in January. (Daily Mail)

Everton wish to keep Lacina Traore on a season-long loan from Monaco and he wants to stay on Merseyside. (Daily Mail)

Gerard Deulofeu will return to Barcelona from Everton. (Daily Mail)

Hull want Sunderland’s Sebastian Larsson and Newcastle’s Shola Ameobi. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea are prepared to dig their heels in to stop Paris Saint-Germain signing Eden Hazard. (Daily Star)

Martin Kelly has been assured he has a future at Liverpool and will be given a chance to prove himself next season. (Daily Star)

Paul Lambert insists he will not quit Aston Villa and has told owner Randy Lerner it is up to him to get star players to the club. (Daily Star)

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is eyeing a reunion with West Ham midfielder Mark Noble. (Daily Star)

Bacary Sagna will sign a £140,000-per-week deal with Manchester City after completing a medical with the Premier League champions. (Daily Star)

West Ham have targeted France striker Bafetimbi Gomis after he snubbed a new deal at Lyon. (Daily Star)

Louis van Gaal has vowed to make Manchester United great again after finally being confirmed as their new manager. (Daily Express)

Paul Lambert will try and sign Joleon Lescott on a free transfer from Manchester City and leave it to Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner to decide if he can afford his wages. (Daily Express)

Roy Hodgson has warned he will clamp down on any dissenters threatening to “destroy” the team spirit he has nurtured and insists England can only progress if they are united. (Daily Express)

Morgan Schneiderlin wants to leave Southampton and play for a Champions League side. (Daily Express)


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