Real Madrid star to make Premier League return

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates with the trophy after Real Madrid beat FC Barcelona 1-0 during the final of the Copa del Rey final
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates with the trophy after Real Madrid beat FC Barcelona 1-0 during the final of the Copa del Rey final

WE take a look around the papers for the latest news from Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Everton, Aston Villa, Tottenham and Fulham.

DAILY MIRROR: Manchester City are plotting an audacious bid to bring Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo back to the Premier League. The Portuguese winger would replace another Manchester United old boy, Carlos Tevez, at Eastlands.

Bolton defender Gary Cahill has told friends that he is optimistic about securing a move to Arsenal over the summer.

Liverpool have made a formal approach to Lille for Belgian playmaker Eden Hazard. Arsenal, Real Madrid and Chelsea are also circling.

Aston Villa are monitoring Everton manager David Moyes and Fulham’s Mark Hughes as they prepare for the possibility that Gerard Houllier may not return to the dug-out after his latest heart problems.

METRO: Tottenham will allow Gareth Bale to decide his own future if, as expected, they receive an offer of around £40m for the left-sided star from Manchester City.

Juventus are mulling over moves for Manchester City attackers Carlos Tevez and Edin Dzeko and Arsenal forward Theo Walcott.

DAILY MAIL: Manager Sven Goran Eriksson wants to bring Aston Villa striker Emile Heskey back to the striker’s hometown club Leicester. Defender Paul Konchesky could end his miserable spell at Liverpool with a return to Fulham as Carlos Salcido seeks a move back to his native Mexico from Craven Cottage.

Blackburn manager Steve Kean has been summoned away from his training ground preparations to India for his monthly meeting with the club’s owners despite Rovers facing a vital final-day clash with Wolves. Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville is optimistic that former England captain and Old Trafford favourite David Beckham will turn out for his testimonial against Juventus on 24 May.