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

Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumours, Gossip and speculation from all todays papers…

Luis Suarez is being offered an escape route from his World Cup bite shame by Barcelona. Alexis Sanchez could join Liverpool as part of the deal. Daily Mirror

Ronald Koeman has been promised a £70million transfer warchest if Southampton sell Luke Shaw and Adam Lallana. Daily Mirror

Swansea are keen to offload disillusioned striker Michu. Daily Mirror

Tottenham are still keen to hijack Liverpool’s bid to take Dejan Lovren from Southampton. Daily Mirror

Arsenal and Manchester United face a battle to sign Barcelona’s Chile international Alexis Sanchez. Daily Mail

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has dismissed rumours of a move for AC Milan and Italy striker Mario Balotelli. Daily Mail

A number of Football Association board members want manager Roy Hodgson, 66, to explain England’s World Cup exit. Daily Mail

Hull City have bid £4million for Spurs defender Michael Dawson and want to sign Robert Snodgrass from Norwich. Daily Mail

West Ham have asked about Lorient defender Lamine Kone. Daily Mail

Liverpool legends Robbie Fowler and Phil Thompson say Luis Suarez must be kicked out of Anfield for his new biting shame. The Sun

Spurs midfielder Erik Lamela has hinted on Twitter that he will be staying at White Hart Lane. The Sun

Javier Hernandez has a unique chance to save his Manchester United career – by dumping Holland and Louis van Gaal out of the World Cup. The Sun

Manchester City have told Atletico Madrid to forget about landing Alvaro Negredo on the cheap this summer. The Sun

West Brom want to break their transfer record with a £6million move for Monaco striker Emmanuel Riviere. The Sun

Arsenal have rejected Manchester United’s opening bid for Thomas Vermaelen.

Arsenal and Liverpool will battle it out to sign Sevilla defender Federico Fazio. Daily Star

Arsenal and Tottenham Javier Hernandez has dropped another hint that he will leave Manchester United once the World Cup is over. Daily Express


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