Paper Talk - 18 June 2013

Marouane Fellaini: No bids in for Toffees star

Regional Paper Talk: No bids for Fellaini

Everton have received no bids for Marouane Fellaini, while West Brom have added Wigan hot-shot Arouna Kone to their list of striker targets.

London Evening Standard
  • Andy Carroll is expected to have a medical on Tuesday night as West Ham prepare to tie up his move in a deal which could cost them £46million.
  • Sevilla hardman Geoffrey Kondogbia, rated at £10m, has emerged as a key Chelsea target as they seek to secure a defensive midfielder as part of their summer squad strengthening programme.
  • The Premier League have offered to meet supporters who are protesting in London on Wednesday over the cost of ticket prices.
Manchester Evening News
  • Manchester United are set to be frustrated in their bid for Borussia Dortmund stiker Robert Lewandowski.
Liverpool Echo
  • Everton FC have received no bids for Marouane Fellaini despite continued speculation linking a number of clubs with a move for the player.
The Chronicle
  • Sunderland are tracking Dutch under-21 goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet as Paolo Di Canio prepares for life without Simon Mignolet.
  • Joe Kinnear says signing a new striker is one of the first priorities as director of football with Newcastle United.
Newcastle and Sunderland
  • Alan Pardew is planning for the future as Newcastle United manager ahead of a meeting with the Magpies' new direct of football Joe Kinnear this week.
Northern Echo
  • With Simon Mignolet edging closer to joining Liverpool, Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio has begun his search for a replacement with Holland Under-21 international Jeroen Zoet on a list of potential targets.
South Wales Evening Post
  • Alan Tate will return for pre-season next month determined to prove he can still play a part at Swansea City.
Birmingham Mail
  • West Brom have added Wigan's Arouna Kone to their list of striker targets - but face a battle for his signature, with Liverpool, Everton and Hull City also said to be keen.
Express & Star
  • Wolves will kick off the new season away to Preston North End as part of the Football League's 125th anniversary celebrations.
  • Wolves striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake could be offered a contract lifeline by Ipswich - but Crystal Palace are favourites to sign him.
  • West Brom are braced for another raid on their academy as Liverpool and Arsenal eye the club's latest youth sensation - 14-year-old Yan Dhanda.
Yorkshire Evening Post
  • Leeds United manager Brian McDermott admits to being satisfied after the Whites were handed their sixth successive Capital One Cup home draw after being pitted with Chesterfield.
The Pink un
  • Norwich City keeper Declan Rudd will re-join League One Preston on a season-long loan next season after agreeing a one-year contract extension to his current Norwich deal.
The Bolton News
  • Bolton will be travelling to Turf Moor to face Burnley on the opening day of next season. The Football League announced the Lancashire derby as one of six special games to be played on the opening weekend (August 3) to mark their 125th anniversary celebrations.
Lancashire Telegraph
  • David Dunn could be set to sign a new one-year contract at Blackburn Rovers before the end of the week - after the club agreed an extension to Lee Williamson's Ewood Park deal.

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