Liverpool owner wants to hold on to Luis Suarez while Manchester United bid for Everton’s Fellaini as Fabregas pursuit ends

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LUIS Suarez may have revealed his desire to leave Liverpool, but it seems the Merseysiders won’t give up without a fight.

Liverpool’s American owner John W Henry has told the club’s supporters in Norway that striker Luis Suarez, 26, will not be sold – Full story: Daily Mirror

However, Suarez has not given up hope on moving to Real Madrid, raising the prospect of Arsenal missing out on their prime transfer target – Full story: London Evening Standard

Manchester United manager David Moyes has launched a bid for 25-year-old Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini - signalling the end of the club’s pursuit of Barcelona playmaker Cesc Fabregas, 26 – Full story: Daily Mirror

United’s England international striker Wayne Rooney, 27, will seek a move abroad if a deal to join Chelsea cannot be finalised – Full story: Daily Mail

Everton face competition from Fiorentina in their bid to sign Hellas Verona midfielder Jorginho, 21 – Full story: Daily Star

Tottenham director Sir Keith Mills says the club are almost powerless to keep Gareth Bale, 24, if he wants to move to Real Madrid, even though he signed a new four-year contract only last summer – Full story: London Evening Standard

And the removal of Wales international Bale from Tottenham’s official Twitter account page has further intensified speculation over his future – Full story: The Independent

Real Betis winger Alvaro Vadillo, 18, is the latest name on Tottenham’s list of possible replacements for Bale – Full story: Daily Express

Barcelona are planning a £35m bid for Chelsea’s Brazil international David Luiz – Full story: The Sun

Leeds United’s Ross McCormack is the subject of a bid from Middlesbrough, with Blackpool also interested in the 26-year-old striker – Full story: Sky Sports