Thursday Paper Talk: Nani, Suárez latest, Barcelona bid for David Luiz

Luis Suárez turns to the PFA for advice as things get ugly and complicated. Former highly rated Manchester United coach loses Anzhi job after less than a fortnight.

Manchester United to swoop for two Everton players as Fabregas looks unlikely to move to Old Trafford. Chelsea loan out youngster for first-team experience.

Roma join growing list of suitors for Nani

Daily Star

Roma have stepped into contention as a possible contender for the signature of Manchester United’s Portuguese winger Nani. The Serie A side will hope to raise funds by selling Pablo Osvaldo to Fulham.

Manchester United to swoop for Everton Duo

The Irish Times

United are in talks with Everton over securing the services of Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines as the likelihood of signing Cesc Fabregas looks doubtful as Barcelona stand firm.

Toulouse midfielder set for £11million switch to Tottenham

Daily Mirror

French international Etienne Capoue, who has been linked with Atletico Madrid and Cardiff City, now seems more likely to move to Tottenham Hotspur. The Toulouse player has been in demand after an excellent season for the Ligue 1 club.

Barcelona make £35million bid for David Luiz

The Guardian

Barcelona seem to mean business as they make a bid that will test Chelsea’s resolve on the Brazilian centre-backs future who so far, the club have stated, is not for sale.

Highly Rated former United coach loses job after less than 2 weeks in charge

The Telegraph

Anzhi Makhachkala have sacked Rene Meulensteen, with the former United coach only in the job less than a fortnight. The Russian club didn’t elaborate on the circumstances of the departure of the 49-year-old Dutchman.

Luis Suárez turns to PFA for advice

The Times

PFA Chief Executive Gordon Taylor has confirmed that the players union is working with the Liverpool striker. However he admits the complexity of the case means it may not be resolved before the transfer window closes.

Chelsea loan out teenage midfielder to Eredivisie side

London Evening Standard

Vitesse Arnhem have secured the signature of 18-year-old Chelsea player, Cristian Cuevas. He moves to his homeland on a one-year loan deal to gain first-team experience

King says Tottenham on course for start of season

The Independent

Former Tottenham Hotspur captain Ledley King says the north London club will be well prepared for the new season, despite the protracted Gareth Bale transfer saga.

Brian is a sports journalist with over 5 years experience of writing on all things soccer. Resides in Dublin, Ireland.