Transfer Rumours Sunday July 1, 2012: Newcastle, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United, Nottingham Forest, Swansea City, Peterborough, Birmingham, Crystal Palace

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MANCHESTER City have put an £80million price tag on Real Madrid target David Silva – Sunday Mirror

Andre Villas-Boas is ready to make a move for Arsenal winger Theo Walcott if he is made Tottenham’s new manager – Sunday Express

Manchester City must offload striker Emmanuel Adebayor to Tottenham before making a £20m bid for Arsenal striker Robin van Persie – Sunday Mirror

LA Galaxy are keen on Frank Lampard, 34, and hope that the prospect of joining forces with David Beckham will tempt him to head to America – Mail On Sunday

Hoffenheim’s Icelandic midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, on loan at Swansea last season, will choose between Liverpool and Tottenham in the next 24 hours – Sunday Mirror

FC Twente coach Steve McLaren says only an “absurd offer” would tempt him to sell Luuk De Jong, 21, to Newcastle – insidefutbol.com

Leighton Baines has admitted that cash-strapped Everton may be forced to sell him to Manchester United – Sunday Mirror

Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle are lining up a bid for Crystal Palace youngster Reise Allassani – Sunday Express

New Birmingham boss Lee Clark has only 14 senior players to work with and is prioritising new recruits despite the club’s current transfer embargo – goal.com

Swansea City want to sign £3million Spanish centre-back Jose Manuel ‘Chico’ Flores, 25, from Italian side Genoa – South Wales Evening Post

Arsenal are keen on Palmero goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano, 26 – caughtoffside.com

New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is keen to sign Rangers midfielder Steven Davis, 27, who is available as a free agent – caughtoffside.com

Former Tottenham and West Ham striker Fredi Kanoute, 34, has joined Chinese club Beijing Guoan on a two-year deal – insidefutbol.com

Peterborough United are set to report Gianni Paladini to the Football League for allegedly tapping up Darren Ferguson on behalf of Nottingham Forest – Telegraph