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

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

Southampton have lined up Timothee Kolodziejczak of Nice as a potential replacement for Luke Shaw and are willing to pay around £6m. (Daily Mirror

Jailed owner Carson Yeung wants £25m for Birmingham City, amid reports he has received several offers for the club which only avoided relegation from the Championship on the last day of the season. (Daily Mirror)

Jose Mourinho thinks defender Ashley Cole and his fellow veterans Frank Lampard and John Terry will still be at Chelsea next season. (The Sun)

QPR striker Loic Remy, currently on loan at Newcastle, has fuelled talk of a summer move to Arsenal by turning up at the Emirates to watch Sunday’s 1-0 win over West Brom. (The Sun)

Fulham midfielder Steve Sidwell, 31, will discuss a new deal at the club, despite their relegation from the Premier League. (The Sun)

Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott, 31 – who is out of contract in the summer – will snub a move to Turkey to stay in the Premier League. (The Sun)

Arsenal’s hopes of landing 24-year-old Alex McCarthy have improved with the keeper confirming he wants to leave the Championship club. (The Sun)

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers thinks Manchester City could slip up in their title quest. “It is a tough ask for City,” he said. “It is certainly not over by a long way.” (Daily Star)

Meanwhile, the Reds and Spurs are locked in £10m battle for 21-year-old Lazio midfielder Ogenyi Onazi. (Daily Star)

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is determined to turn around the club’s fortunes next year and win back the fans. (Daily Star)

Jose Mourinho was involved in an extraordinary dressing-room bust-up with some of his players at half-time during the disappointing 0-0 draw with Norwich. (Daily Mail)


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