Global Sports : Papers: Blue Adebayor?

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All the top stories and transfer rumours from the back pages on Saturday morning.
DAILY MIRROR
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will launch a shock move for Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor this summer.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says Greg Dyke’s plans for English football will promote ‘mediocrity’.
Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew will make QPR striker Charlie Austin his No 1 summer target.
West Ham are tracking Mainz midfielder Julian Baumgartner as a potential replacement for Alex Song.
DAILY MAIL
Arsenal are lining up Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus as a replacement for Theo Walcott, with the England man about to enter the last 12 months of his contract.
West Brom are confident Saido Berahino will be fit to resume first-team duties when they face QPR next weekend. He pulled out of the England U21 squad with a foot injury.
THE SUN
Vincent Kompany has branded his Manchester City critics ‘predictable’.
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat has refused to allow his non-internationals any downtime during the break, arranging a friendly with Motherwell and fielding seven first-team players, including the returning Lee Cattermole.
The Premier League and Football Association are poised to go to war over homegrown players.
THE INDEPENDENT
Borussia Monchengladbach will make a summer bid to tempt Burnley striker Danny Ings to the Bundesliga. He will be available for a cut price fee after failing to agree a new deal with the Clarets.
DAILY EXPRESS
QPR will demand £2m for ‘keeper Rob Green, who has been linked with a move to Chelsea should Petr Cech leave the club this summer.
Liverpool will turn their attentions elsewhere after failing in a move for Fiorentina goalkeeper Norberto Neto, who is out of contract in the summer but expected to join Juventus.
DAILY STAR
Jose Reina is backing Liverpool to provide Steven Gerrard with a dream swansong by making it to the FA Cup final and then winning it on his 35th birthday.
Chris Coleman does not think Gareth Bale has been affected by the tough times he is going through at Real Madrid.
THE TIMES
Jan Vertonghen hopes Tottenham will not let his Belgium team-mate Mousa Dembele leave the club this summer – he has been linked with a move away with playing time hard to come by.

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