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

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

Edinson Cavani has put Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho on alert by admitting he may quit Paris Saint-Germain. (The Sun)

West Brom officials have held peace talks with angry Baggies stars after Saturday night’s Hawthorns punch-up. (The Sun)

Erik Lamela will not quit Spurs, his brother insists. (The Sun)

Aston Villa and Newcastle will join Arsenal in a £6m summer fight for Toulouse’s Serge Aurier. (The Sun)

Julain Speroni says he is still in the dark about his Crystal Palace future. (The Sun)

Fulham’s William Kvist is unsure where his loan future lies when his loan ends in the summer. (The Sun)

Hugo Lloris is at the centre of a three-way transfer tussle, with Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid aiming to lure him away from Tottenham. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea are facing an investigation after being accused of ordering partner club Vitesse Arnhem to lose matches. (Daily Mirror)

Saido Berahino’s dressing-room bust-up has exposed a rift threatening to tear apart West Brom’s squad. (Daily Mirror)

Fulham boss Felix Magath will face a 30 per cent pay cut if they go down. (Daily Mirror)

West Ham have started planning for next season and are plotting “three to five” quality signings. (Daily Mirror)

Younes Kaboul is ready to copy Sol Campbell by quitting Tottenham to join fierce rivals Arsenal on a free transfer. (Daily Star)

England have opted to leave their wives and girlfriends at home for their pre-Brazil trip to Miami so they can knuckle down for the World Cup. (Daily Star)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic once begged Jose Mourinho to substitute him because he was so disgusted with team-mate Mario Balotelli. (Daily Star)

Bayern Munich accused Wayne Rooney of diving to get Bastian Schweinsteiger sent off on Tuesday night. (Daily Mail)

The fan in charge of the flyover demonstration at Old Trafford during Manchester United’s win over Aston Villa has privately apologised to United fan group Red Issue. (Daily Mail)


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