Football: Morning Paper Talk

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All the big stories making this morning’s newspapers.
Arsenal are convinced they have won the race to land £32m Alexis Sanchez.
Wilfried Zaha is likely to be an early casualty of Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United reign, with both Newcastle and Crystal Palace hoping to sign the winger.
Modibo Maiga and Alou Diarra have been left out of West Ham’s pre-season training camp in France.
Crystal Palace have fought off a late bid from QPR to sign former Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh on a two-year deal.
Newcastle want Feyenoord’s Daryl Janmaat to replace Arsenal-bound Mathieu Debuchy.
Southampton flop Dani Osvaldo could become Cesare Prandelli’s first buy as Galatasaray boss.
Manchester City will not sell Yaya Toure despite the latest claim he will do everything to quit the club.
Arsenal wants to add £8m Loic Remy to his revamped strike force.
Benfica midfielder Lazar Markovic should complete his £19.8m move to Liverpool in the next 24 hours.
Patrice Evra is leaving Manchester United to join Juventus for a nominal £1.2m fee.
Aston Villa are facing transfer chaos after Paul Faulkner stepped down as chief executive.
Lucas is heading out of Liverpool with Inter Milan and Napoli both linked with the midfielder.
Swansea are closing in on £4m-rated Ferencvaros midfielder Muhamed Besic.
Inter Milan want to take Cardiff’s Gary Medel on loan before a permanent £8m deal.

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