With Manchester United seemingly on the verge of a £40m double swoop this week, with midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin and full-back Seamus Coleman on their radar, here is a round-up of Sunday’s transfer stories from the national press.
Liverpool have made a second offer for Real Madrid’s Asier Illarramendi.
Real Madrid have told Manchester United they will have to cough up a staggering £63million to land Sergio Ramos.
Manchester United are set to table £15m bid for defender Seamus Coleman.
Manchester City’s plans to sign Paul Pogba have been dealt a blow after Barcelona presidential candidate Joan Laporta formally declared an interest in the Juventus midfielder.
Manchester United have sealed a £25m deal for Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin.
Southampton want Yohan Cabaye as a replacement for Morgan Schneiderlin.
Phil Neville is being lined up for a coaching role at Spanish club Valencia.
Liverpool transfer target Carlos Bacca has ‘agreed personal terms with AC Milan’.
Chelsea will loan three players to Monaco as part of a deal to sign ex-Manchester United loanee Radamel Falcao.
Mail on Sunday
Demba Ba has signed for Shanghai Shenhua in shock £9m transfer after snubbing the chance to join West Bromwich Albion.
Chelsea are considering whether to step into the race for Anderlecht striker Aleksandar Mitrovic.
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie is heading for the Old Trafford exit door.
Arsenal target Mattia Destro has agreed to leave Roma for Monaco this summer.
Aston Villa are trying to beat Arsenal to the signature of highly rated Charlton Athletic midfielder Jordan Cousins - who is also a target for Newcastle United.
Blackburn Rovers striker Rudy Gestede is in the middle of an £8million tug-of-war between Premier League new boys Watford and Norwich City.
Adnan Januzaj is still a target for Everton, despite boss Roberto Martinez already having a loan request for the Manchester United forward rejected.
Sun on Sunday
Everton right-back Seamus Coleman is Manchester United’s next big-money target.
Manchester City will launch a spending spree this week with Raheem Sterling tipped as an early mover.