A round up of the transfer news, rumours and gossip from Sundays papers!

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

Robin van Persie is ready to quit Manchester United and is looking for a move to Juventus after becoming disillusioned with life at Old Trafford. (Daily Mirror)

Pepe Mel is facing the sack as West Brom boss after yesterday’s defeat by Manchester United. (Daily Mirror)

Alan Pardew faces a ‘total’ ban from football over his headbutting incident with Hull’s David Meyler but Newcastle owner Mike Ashley will stand by his manager. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United are poised to announce a £600m kit deal with current providers Nike, setting a world record in the process. (Daily Mirror)

Manuel Pellegrini has warned Barcelona that striker Sergio Aguero will not be leaving Manchester City this summer. (Daily Mirror)

Roy Hodgson’s decision to select just four strikers in his World Cup squad could mean heartbreak for Toronto’s Jermain Defoe, who appears unlikely to make the cut after leaving Spurs for the MLS club. (Daily Mirror)

David Moyes has targeted out of favour Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen to replace Nemanja Vidic, who will leave Manchester United for Inter Milan this summer. (The Sun)

Moyes is also credited with an interest in Turkey midfielder Salih Ucan, 20, who Fenerbahce rate in the £7m bracket. (The Sun)

Tottenham are hoping to sign Manchester City and England midfielder James Milner, with City yet to start talks with him over a new contract. (The Sun)

Sunderland are set to offer Gus Poyet a new deal – after just five months in charge. (The Sun)

Jermain Defoe last night revealed it was Andre Villas-Boas who forced him out of the country. (The Sun)

Liverpool have stepped up their interest in Red Bull Salzburg’s Austria defender Martin Hinteregger but face competition from Inter Milan and Barcelona. (The Sun)

Wigan keeper Ali Al Habsi has revealed he almost signed for FA Cup quarter-final rivals Manchester City on three occasions, one of those because of visa problems. (The Sun)

Germany coach Joachim Low insists he is not interested in taking over from under-pressure David Moyes as Manchester United manager. (Daily Star)

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has England’s young stars Ross Barkley and Luke Shaw at the top of his shopping list this summer. (Daily Star)

Crystal Palace are planning to loan captain Paddy McCarthy out to a Championship side after he returned to fitness after nearly two years out with a groin injury. (Daily Star)

Tottenham are keen on Valencia defender Jeremy Mathieu with Jan Vertonghen an apparent target for Barcelona. (Daily Star)

Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher intends to go into management when he hangs up his boots. (Daily Star)

Bournemouth are in talks with highly-rated midfielder Eunan O’Kane over a new deal to try and stave off interest from rival clubs in the Championship and Premier League. (Daily Star)

Swansea striker Michu should make his comeback this week after three months out through injury. (Daily Star)

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has intervened to stop bitter rivals Arsenal landing chief talent spotter Ian Broomfield, offering him a lucrative deal to join the club from QPR, where he was working alongside Harry Redknapp. (Sunday Express)

Pepe Mel faces an uncertain future after watching his West Brom side slip to a heavy defeat against Manchester United. (Sunday Express)

Tom Cleverley is set to sign a massive new deal with Manchester United despite seemingly having been made a scapegoat for their troubles this season, and being castigated by England supporters as well. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool will give Brendan Rodgers a £60million summer war chest to spend on new players if he gets the Reds into the Champions League next season. Dnipro’s Yevhen Konoplyanka, Cardiff defender Steven Caulker and Switzerland left-back Ricardo Rodriguez are on his shopping list. (Daily Mail)

Robin van Persie’s future at Manchester United remains up in the air. (Daily Mail)

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