Each day during the summer transfer window we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...

THE SUN

Wesley Sneijder has put Manchester United and Manchester City on red alert by pleading: Come and get me.

Wayne Rooney taunted bitter rivals Manchester City after the most amazing Community Shield game ever.

Fabio Capello faces a bust-up with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger if he selects Jack Wilshere in Wednesday's England friendly against Holland.

Arsene Wenger could be missing nine first-team players for Saturday's Premier League opener at Newcastle.

James McCarthy could miss Wigan's season opener against Norwich with an ankle injury.

DAILY STAR

Arsene Wenger fears losing both Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri by the time the Premier League starts this weekend.

Wayne Rooney claims Manchester United have put bitter rivals Manchester City in their place by winning the Community Shield.

Romelu Lukaku said he is joining his dream team after Chelsea reached an agreement to sign the precocious striker from Anderlecht.

Dirk Kuyt has warned Premier League defenders they will be facing a different Andy Carroll this season.

West Brom boss Roy Hodgson is sweating on Peter Odemwingie's fitness ahead of Sunday's curtain raiser against Manchester United.

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy has slammed this week's international programme as "ludicrous".

Alan Pardew has launched a charm offensive in a bid to keep Jose Enrique. But the Newcastle manager fears he may still lose the left-back, who remains a Liverpool target.

Peter Crouch says Tottenham can still enjoy success despite their failure to land any new stars so far this summer.

DAILY MIRROR

Wayne Rooney last night claimed Manchester United gave their noisy neighbours a "footballing lesson".

Manchester United target Wesley Sneijder says he will leave Inter Milan if the right offer comes in.

John Toshack has made a shock return to management with Macedonia - and will face Wales in World Cup qualifying.

Roberto Mancini last night defended Mario Balotelli after the Manchester City was branded an "embarrassment" by Sky pundit Gary Neville.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has made a personal check on Holland international Erik Pieters as he lines up a replacement for left-back Jose Enrique.

Blackburn Rovers are trying to sell a handful of players in a secret list that reveals the salaries of Steve Kean's unwanted men.

Joey Barton last night said he believes he can make Fabio Capello trust him enough to gatecrash England's Euro 2012 squad.

Premier League new-boys Swansea are lining up an ambitious move for World Cup winner David Trezeguet.

Stoke are set to make a £3.5million bid for powerhouse Marseille midfielder Charles Kabore.

Bolton boss Owen Coyle has been given the go-ahead for talks with Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips.

Birmingham are giving a trial to Brazilian midfielder Radames de Silva and are set to sign free agent Anthony Gardner.

DAILY EXPRESS

Fabio Capello's relationship with Arsene Wenger is under fresh strain over plans to play Jack Wilshere in England's friendly against Holland.

Arsenal fear that this could be the week their summer lurches into crisis with sources at the club indicating that Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri could leave before the season starts on Saturday.

Newcastle look set to sign winger Gabriel Obertan from Manchester United today and have made a £10million offer for Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester United transfer target Wesley Sneijder is ready to leave Inter Milan this month if the right offer comes in.

Arsenal have stepped up their interest in Gary Cahill after central defender Thomas Vermaelen was injured in the weekend defeat at Benfica.

Tottenham must wait to hear if the club's Premier League kick-off at home to Everton on Saturday will be postponed after riots in the area.

Andrei Kanchelskis has accused Yury Zhirkov of taking the easy way out by quitting Chelsea for a £13.2million move to Anzhi Makhachkala.

Swansea City have agreed a £1.5million fee with FC Utrecht for Holland goalkeeper Michael Vorm and are attempting to sign Liverpool defender Daniel Ayala.

James McClean, who has a medical at Sunderland today ahead of his £1million move from Derry City, is caught in an international tug of war.

Stoke City are keen on Marseille midfielder Charles Kabore.

Tottenham are interested in FC Twente striker Bryan Ruiz. The Costa Rica star has a £13.75million release clause.

Chris Hughton is refusing to be influenced by Birmingham City's cash crisis after confirming that £12million-rated Scott Dann was overlooked for the opening-day defeat at Pride Park.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Wayne Rooney yesterday claimed Manchester United's stunning comeback to snatch the Community Shield from Manchester City proved the champions remained the country's premier side, even describing the 3-2 win as a "footballing lesson".

Kyle Walker is expected to make his full England debut against Holland on Wednesday at right-back, despite having made just three appearances for Tottenham over the past two years.

THE GUARDIAN

Wayne Rooney said that Manchester United had shown their neighbours City who was boss in their 3-2 Community Shield comeback victory, handing them what he described as a "footballing lesson" which set down a marker for their Premier League title defence.

THE TIMES

Wayne Rooney said that Manchester United had given their cross-city rivals a painful reality check after coming from two goals down to win the Community Shield yesterday.

THE INDEPENDENT

Fabio Capello is on course for a major disagreement with Arsene Wenger over plans to play Jack Wilshere against the Netherlands on Wednesday, despite the Arsenal manager's reservations about the midfielder's fitness.

DAILY RECORD

Celtic boss Neil Lennon was dealt an early-season hammer blow at Pittodrie yesterday when star man Emilio Izaguirre suffered a freakish broken leg which could keep him out for up to three months.

Ally McCoist welcomed signing target Matt McKay to Glasgow - and braced himself for transfer trauma on another front. Nottingham Forest last night slapped in a £2.5million bid for Dutch winger Wesley Verhoek to put them in the driving seat to land the man McCoist so desperately craves.