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

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

Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla admits his side team lack belief and a winning mentality – and hinted at a move if they don’t end their nine-year trophy drought soon. (Daily Mirror)

Gunners legend David Seaman claims winning the FA Cup is more important than a Champions League place this season. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool fans wanting a ticket at Anfield for Sunday’s Premier League title-race six-pointer against Manchester City are being charged almost £5,000 a pair by online ticket vendors. (Daily Mirror)

Former Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd has left the door open to a return to St James’ Park if club owner Mike Ashley sells up. (Daily Mirror)

Hull owner Assem Allam has vowed to fight on after the FA rejected his bid to change the clubs’ name. (Daily Star)

Arsenal will monitor Jay Rodriguez’s recovery having joined the race to sign the Southampton striker before he suffered the knee injury that shattered his World Cup dream. (Daily Star)

Sardar Azmoun has revealed Arsenal and AC Milan have started talks with Rubin Kazan to sign him. (Daily Star)

Arsenal are searching for answers after Santi Cazorla questioned his side’s mentality while admitting he is plotting his Emirates exit strategy. (Daily Mail)

Cazorla also claims Arsenal are considering a summer move for Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas. (Daily Mail)

Thibaut Courtois will not line up for Atletico Madrid against his parent club Chelsea if the teams meet in the Champions League semi-finals. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United are plotting a £6 million swoop for PSV Eindhoven defender Santiago Arias. (The Sun)

On-loan Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina wants to make his Napoli switch permanent. (The Sun)

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