Sunday Papers with Vital Wigan
Vital Wigan takes a quick look at the stories making the headlines of the sports pages this Sunday morning
News of the World
Phil Brown's Hull City eye Fulham's David Healy
Steve Finnan faces being stuck in Liverpool reserves following a fall out with manager Rafa Benitez
Real Madrid are ready to sue Cristiano Ronaldo for £17m after he refused to join them.
Portsmouth will unveil Younes Kaboul on Monday after he agreed a £6m move from Tottenham.
Everton are set to sign Brazilian striker Vagner Love from CSKA Moscow in a club-record deal.
Liverpool's American owners will put in an £18m bid for Valencia winger David Silva, who starred for Spain at the European Championships.
THEO WALCOTT must get nastier if he is to fulfil his huge promise says Arsenal keeper Manuel Almunia.
Sir Alex Ferguson is set to take advantage of growing financial turmoil at Manchester City with a £19million swoop for Micah Richards.
Martin O`Neill will ram the final nail in the coffin of Gareth Barry's move to Liverpool by playing him in Europe.
Dimitar Berbatov may snub Manchester United and move to Barcelona.
Jimmy Bullard is becoming increasingly frustrated at Fulham's failure to offer him a new deal.
Paul Ince will make a last desperate bid to bring MK Dons skipper Keith Andrews to Blackburn before the Premier League kick-off and push his money men to bid £2million.
Hull City boss Phil Brown is ready to sign David Nugent on a season-long loan deal.
Blackburn Rovers boss Paul Ince is making a shock move for giant Serbian striker Nicola Zigic as he looks to find a replacement for Benni McCarthy.
Barcelona star Xavi could be on his way to Newcastle. Agents acting on the player's behalf are trying to get him to the Premier League and the Magpies are on his hit-list.
Sunderland boss Roy Keane is ready to make his biggest transfer move yet with Juventus and Italy left-back Giorgio Chiellini in his sights.
Blackburn have made a £200,000 bid for the new Peter Crouch - Tom Denton. The 18-year-old striker, who has been with non-league Wakefield, is 6ft 7in
Arsenal are ready to make an £8m move for Michael Johnson after the young central midfielder rejected a new deal at Manchester City.
Cristiano Ronaldo could have blown his move to Real forever because of his refusal to push through a transfer this summer.
Mail on Sunday
There's more turmoil at Manchester City, the club's hierarchy have agreed the sale of midfielder Stephen Ireland to Sunderland without telling Mark Hughes.
FA chairman Lord Triesman has suggested that he thinks Rio Ferdinand should be the new England captain.
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