Paper Talk: Arsenal target Barca and Celtic stars, Chelsea bust-up, Liverpool line up Swan, more…

Touchline Talk’s Paper Talk brings you the latest news and rumours from the back pages of today’s daily newspapers and online gossip columns. Read on to find out the latest about your club!

Arsenal want to sign Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes in the summer – Sunday Mirror

The Gunners have also made Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama a target – Sunday Express

Chelsea captain John Terry had a furious bust-up with interim manager Rafael Benitez after their 3-2 loss at Newcastle United earlier this month – Sun on Sunday

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers wants to land Swansea City defender Ashley Williams in the summer – Daily Post

The Reds plan to sell Pepe Reina, Martin Skrtel, Jose Enrique, Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson to fund new arrivals – Sunday Mirror

Atletico Madrid are interested in a deal which would see Radamel Falcao join Chelsea and Fernando Torres move in the opposite direction – Sunday Mirror

Paris Saint-Germain have joined the race for Tottenham Hotspur’s in-form winger Gareth Bale – Sunday People

However, Real Madrid have made the first move for the Welshman and have asked Spurs to keep them informed about his availability – Sunday Telegraph

Liverpool have switched their attentions to Wigan Athletic goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi as they are unprepared to offer £15million for Stoke City’s Asmir Begovic – Mail on Sunday

Everton want Wigan boss Roberto Martinez to replace David Moyes should the Scot leave Goodison Park at the end of the season – Sunday People

LA Galaxy are ready to offer Frank Lampard a lucrative deal to leave Chelsea, and are prepared to loan him out for three months to a European club to boost his World Cup hopes – Sunday People

Manchester City are lining up Swansea boss Michael Laudrup as a possible replacement for Roberto Mancini –

City are also desperate to land Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini, and are prepared to offer two players to the Toffees in part-exchange – Sunday People

West Ham United’s hopes of landing on-loan Liverpool striker Andy Carroll on a permanent deal depend on Sam Allardyce staying at Upton Park. Carroll would prefer a return to Newcastle – Sunday People

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