£150m bid to bring Madrid star back to the Premier League

FC Barcelona's Lionel Messi from Argentina, left, vies for the ball Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo from Portugal, right, during a semi final, 2nd leg Champions League soccer match at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on Tuesday, May 3, 2011. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
FC Barcelona's Lionel Messi from Argentina, left, vies for the ball Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo from Portugal, right, during a semi final, 2nd leg Champions League soccer match at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on Tuesday, May 3, 2011. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
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WE take a look around the papers for the latest news from Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Barcelona, Arsenal, Juventus, Newcastle, Aston Villa, Tottenham and Fulham.

THE SUN: Carlos Tevez wants to leave Manchester City. The forward told Argentine station Radio del Plata he needed a “change of scene”. Tevez said returning to play for Boca Juniors in Argentina would be “beautiful” but they are unlikely to be able to match the 27-year-old’s wages of £200,000 per week.

Brazilian midfielder Denilson is planning to quit Arsenal because he is frustrated after five years in London without a trophy.

Stoke manager Tony Pulis is planning to make a £9m summer bid for England striker Carlton Cole from relegated West Ham as he prepares his side for next season’s Europa League.

AS (Spain): Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour is prepared to offer Real Madrid £150m for Cristiano Ronaldo but the bid is likely to be rejected by Madrid chief Florentino Perez. Mansour also has his eyes on Real manager Jose Mourinho.

DAILY MAIL: Real are willing to sell Ronaldo for £150m after a rift developed between the Portugal star and Mourinho.

Manchester United appear certain to secure the £16m signing of David de Gea after the Spain Under-21 goalkeeper confirmed he will leave Atletico Madrid at the end of the season.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says England Under-21s would be taking a risk with Jack Wilshere’s health if they select him for the European Championship next month.

DAILY STAR: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has placed a £60m price tag on captain Cesc Fabregas to ward off interest from Barcelona and Manchester City.

Aston Villa boss Gerard Houllier, who was admitted to hospital with heart trouble on 20 April, could make a surprise return to Villa Park for the visit of Liverpool on Sunday.

THE GUARDIAN: Out-of-favour Spurs defender Sebastien Bassong says he wants to leave Tottenham after experiencing a journey from “heaven to hell” with the club.

Neil Warnock has signalled that he will be Queens Park Rangers manager next season after saying he has been given the board’s backing to start making plans for life in the Premier League.

Fifa president Sepp Blatter has described the Football Association’s decision to abstain in the voting for the upcoming presidential election as “a bit strange”.

DAILY MIRROR: Tottenham coach Tim Sherwood insists striker Jermain Defoe has a future at the club but has poured cold water on the idea of signing Chelsea forward Didier Drogba.

Sunderland want Aston Villa striker John Carew, who is about to leave Villa Park on a free transfer after a loan spell at Stoke.

MK Dons boss Karl Robinson is a contender for the West Ham manager’s job - at the age of 30.

METRO: Lille’s Ivory Coast international winger Gervinho is reported to be at the centre of a tug of war between Arsenal and Manchester City, despite Tottenham also being interested in signing the 23-year-old.

St Patrick’s Athletic striker Sean Stewart is a late candidate for the “miss of the season” award after failing to score into an open goal in a Leinster Cup tie against Athlone Town.

DAILY EXPRESS: West Ham are monitoring the availability of Alex McLeish, with the Birmingham manager set to consider his future after Sunday’s relegation showdown against Spurs.

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has pleaded with manager Sir Alex Ferguson to pick him for Sunday’s final league game against Blackpool so he can sharpen his fitness ahead of the Champions League final on 28 May.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Fulham face a race against time to tie up a new contract for manager Mark Hughes. The Welshman could leave as a free agent if a deal is not signed by 1 June, with several other clubs watching the situation with interest.

Porto’s Europa League-winning coach Andre Villas-Boas has revealed he has a 15m euro (£13m) release clause in his contract.