Chelsea and Liverpool ‘told Moses will cost at least £12m’

Chelsea and Liverpool have been told they will have to offer at least £12m to land Wigan striker Victor Moses, the Daily Mirror say.

Chelsea recently had a bid for the 21-year-old rejected, while new Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers is also said to want him.

Paris St Germain’s former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti’s apparent interest in signing John Terry is picked up by a number of papers.

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The French club are set to make an £8m bid to take Terry away from Stamford Bridge, according to the Mirror.

The Daily Mail carry the same story and also suggest Chelsea remain keen to sign Theo Walcott from Arsenal.

The Mail also say Chelsea’s Daniel Sturridge will play in his preferred central position for Britain at the Olympics and that the Blues have emerged as favourites to sign Brazil right-back Maicon from Inter Milan after Real Madrid shelved their interest.

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Meanwhile, Fulham are interested in signing Scott Sinclair from Swansea City along with Tottenham and Aston Villa, the Mail report.

Rodgers, who managed Sinclair at Swansea, has been strongly linked with a bid for him and Liverpool are still said to be monitoring the player’s contract negotiations.

Sinclair failed to establish himself at Chelsea but impressed for the Swans last season and it is claimed that Fulham would like to bring him back to west London.

Finally, Reading are reportedly interested in QPR defender Luke Young.

The 32-year-old is likely to leave Rangers this summer after only one season at Loftus Road.

And the Crowthorne & Sandhurst Times say the newly promoted Royals have him in their sights.

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