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

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

Manchester United have been dealt a devastating blow with news that Robin van Persie’s season could be over. (The Sun)

Hull manager Steve Bruce admits he would love to sign a new deal with the Tigers. (The Sun)

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says the foundations have been laid for a new Kop empire. (The Sun)

Manuel Pellegrini has confirmed top scorer Sergio Aguero will miss Tuesday night’s Manchester derby. (The Sun)

PSG will pocket £830,000 a man if they go on to win the Champions League. (The Sun)

Stephen Ireland has agreed a new three-year deal at Stoke. (The Sun)

Stewart Downing has vowed to inflict more misery on Man Utd boss David Moyes. (The Sun)

Alan Pardew has warned Hatem Ben Arfa he needs to win over his Newcastle team-mates if he is to have a future on Tyneside. (The Sun)

Felix Magath says he does not care if the Fulham players don’t like him. (The Sun)

Tony Pulis has told Adam Johnson to focus on his own game rather than criticising Crystal Palace. (The Sun)

Arsene Wenger has promised he will “soon” sign a new Arsenal deal, as he revealed he is already planning his summer transfer strategy. (Daily Mirror)

David Moyes has revealed his shame at his woeful first season as Manchester United manager. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United ‘s Robin van Persie will be out of action for around four to six weeks due to a sprained knee. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho paid a back-handed compliment to Arsene Wenger as he prepares to be the party-pooper at the Frenchman’s 1,000th match as Gunners boss. (Daily Mirror)

Fabio Borini will be asked to quit Liverpool in the summer to be a hero at Sunderland. (Daily Mirror)

Sunderland are ready to keep Phil Bardsley next season but Seb Larsson is on his way out. (Daily Mirror)

Christian Benteke is convinced he will not be a one season wonder. (Daily Mirror)

Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho both admitted they could never be friends as Chelsea and Arsenal prepare to meet today. (Daily Mail)

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet wants to permanently sign the on-loan Fabio Borini from Liverpool at the end of the season but accepts he might miss out on the 22-year-old striker. (Daily Mail)

Arsenal have been boosted by the news that midfielder Jack Wilshere could make an earlier than expected recovery from foot injury. (Daily Mail)

Manuel Pellegrini believes Manchester City are capable of winning their last 11 games to clinch the Premier League title – but they will have to play at least another two of them without top scorer Sergio Aguero. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea and Liverpool have both shown interest in signing Barcelona’s promising young South Korean striker Seung Woo Lee. (Daily Star)

Arsene Wenger has confirmed he will sign a new contract and stay on as Arsenal boss. (Daily Star)

Jose Mourinho claims he is being singled out for unfair treatment by the authorities – and has vowed to fight his latest FA charge. (Daily Star)

Sergio Aguero will miss the Manchester derby as his injury-plagued season hit a new low yesterday. (Daily Star)

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to ruin Liverpool’s title bid. (Daily Star)

Arjen Robben has warned Bayern Munich not to take Manchester United lightly. (Daily Star)

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino will not be treating Sunday’s trip to Spurs as a job interview. (Daily Star)

Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood has been told to calm down by fellow Premier League bosses. (Daily Star)

Sunderland haver made Fabio Borini their number one transfer target. (Daily Star)

Sam Allardyce has told David Moyes to have a massive clear-out at Manchester United. (Daily Star)

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