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

Paris St Germain striker Edinson Cavani is ready to be part of the Manchester United revolution, despite the Old Trafford side missing out on the Champions League. (Daily Mirror)

Bayern Munich want to beat a host of Premier League clubs to Loic Remy in a £15million deal. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley is ready to spend big this summer to get Alan Pardew’s squad back on track. (Daily Mirror)

Sam Allardyce faces the sack if West Ham lose to Spurs on Saturday. (Daily Mirror)

John Terry has ruled out any chance of an England World Cup U-turn. (Daily Mirror)

Everton have made significant strides towards building a brand new stadium. (Daily Mirror)

Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job will not be under threat even if the club are relegated from the Premier League. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City are eyeing Honduras international Romell Quioto. (The Sun)

Southampton want Ipswich’s Aaron Cresswell as a replacement for Luke Shaw. (The Sun)

Ravel Morrison will only return to West Ham if Sam Allardyce leaves. (The Sun)

Crystal Palace striker Marouane Chamakh could return to his former club Bordeaux. (The Sun)

Wayne Rooney’s hopes of being named Manchester United’s permanent captain are set to be shattered with manager-in-waiting Louis van Gaal favouring Robin van Persie for the role. (The Sun)

Manchester United’s hopes of landing Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus received a boost after he was coy about signing a new deal. (Daily Express)

Stoke are close to agreeing a £450,000 deal for FC Dukla’s Dionatan Teixeira. (Daily Express)

Wayne Rooney is concerned about Manchester United’s plan to install Louis van Gaal as manager, because of the Dutchman’s close relationship with Robin van Persie. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City left-back Aleksandar Kolarov is a target for Roma. (Daily Mail)

Burnley are keen on signing Watford striker Troy Deeney. (Daily Mail)


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