Global Sports : Papers: Blues For Bale?

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All the top stories and transfer rumours from the back pages on Sunday morning.
DAILY MAIL
Gareth Bale has told his Wales colleagues he wants to stay at Real Madrid for at least one more season, but Chelsea are poised to move in with the Spanish club ready to accept his £75m buy-out clause in order to refurbish their team and keep Cristiano Ronaldo.
Jordan Henderson has given the biggest indication yet that he will stay at Liverpool even though his contract runs out in 2016, saying talks between his agent and the club ‘will get sorted’.
SUNDAY MIRROR
Newcastle are planning a £60m summer overhaul – with Steve McClaren at the helm and an exodus of star players.
Jordan Henderson insists that he will sign a new contract at Liverpool.
Danny Ings is being pursued by German side Schalke as he weighs up his next move.
Newcastle have put contract talks on hold with Rolando Aarons as Manchester City eye the England Under-20 winger.
Crystal Palace will hand keeper Julian Speroni a new contract.
Arsene Wenger has revealed he does not leave the house for days after a tough defeat.
THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Jose Mourinho has been given the green light for a £40m swoop on Raphael Varane.
Arsene Wenger plans a £30m raid for Victor Wanyama and Aleksander Mitrovic.
Harry Kane is set for his first England start against Italy on Tuesday.
Tim Sherwood is targeting the country’s biggest homegrown stars for his Aston Villa revolution.
Newcastle will make an ambitious summer bid for Saido Berahino.
Jeremy Peace is ready to sell West Brom – with the cost of the deal waiting on Tony Pulis guaranteeing Prem safety.
West Ham are facing a battle with Borussia Moenchengladbach over Basel centre-half Fabia Schar.
Birmingham want Hearts winger Jamie Walker to replace Demaral Gray.
Wales ace Gareth Bale is in a row with Real Madrid over his lucky socks.
Hull are chasing Bournemouth’s Matt Ritchie in the hope there is still a division between then next season.
Spurs will run the rule over Kamil Gilk when he faces the Republic of Ireland tonight.
Robin van Persie will be given an escape route from Manchester United by Turkish giants Fenerbahce.
DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY
Everton are refusing to budge in their £50m sky high valuation of midfield star Ross Barkley as Manchester City weigh up summer bids.
Louis van Gaal will get a £1m bous if he leads Manchester United back into the Champions League.
Pepe Reina has confirmed that his old boss Rafael Benitez is heading back to the Premier League this summer.
Liverpool will land Will Hughes in a £15m deal if Derby fail to win promotion to the Premier League.
West Brom are weighing up a summer bid for Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert.
Romelu Lukaku, 21, has met with his new agent Mino Raiola to discuss his future.
Man City will lead the chase for Luka Modric this summer.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman is chasing Portugal’s World Cup striker Eder.
Wolves face a fight to fend off a clutch of Premier League clubs circling for hotshot Benik Afobe.
Carl Jenkinson will make a his loan move to West Ham a permanent deal in the summer.
Barcelona are keeping tabs on emerging Arsenal starlet Hector Bellerin.
Newcastle have put contract talks on hold with Rolando Aarons as Manchester City eye the England Under-20s winger.
Tottenham left-back Danny Rose admits he though of leaving after the club signed Ben Davies for £10million from Swansea.
SUNDAY TIMES
Roy Hodgson has vowed to protect Harry Kane from the hype spawned by his England debut.
Radamel Falcao’s trouble season at Manchester United is set to cost the club more than £25m.
Newcastle will make an official approach for Derby manager Steve McClaren.
SUNDAY PEOPLE
Randy Lerner is set to sell Aston Villa for £150million.
Manuel Pellegrinni faces axe if Manchester City finish outside the top two.
Mark Hughes has blocked a request from Jack Butland to go out on loan amid rumours Asmir Begovic is set to quit Stoke this summer.
Pepe is all set to pen a new deal at Real Madrid – putting Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho on red alert over Rafael Varane.
James Milner will quit Manchester City this summer and sign for Liverpool.
West Ham’s co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold will not make a decision about Sam Allardyce’s future until the end of the season.
Tony Pulis is planning a major overhaul of West Brom’s squad this summer – with Victor Anichebe and Youssouf Mulumbu the chief casualties
DAILY EXPRESS
England boss Roy Hodgson has challenged Wayne Rooney to emulate Sir Bobby Charlton – and inspire England to a major tournament win.
Southampton are keeping tabs on former Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt, set to leave Turkish side Fernerbache on a free this summer.
QPR striker Charlie Austin believes England boss Roy Hodgson got it right in his selection for games against Lithuania and Italy – even though he missed out.
Newcastle have told interim coach John Carver that his is staying at St James Park.
THE INDEPENDENT
England’s captain, Wayne Rooney says young Tottenham striker Harry Kane excites the whole country and reminds him of himself when he first played international football a dozen years ago.
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
Manuel Pellegrini appears set to survive as Manchester City manager into the beginning of next season – unless the club suffers a catastrophic end to the campaign of Pep Guardiola makes himself available.

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