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The top stories making Monday’s back pages in the UK…

The Sun: Roberto Mancini last night landed England midfielder Jack Rodwell in a £15million deal.

Also: And Mancini wants to lure Liverpool defender Daniel Agger and Swansea forward Scott Sinclair to Man City this month.

And: Wolves have told West Ham they want £10m for winger Matt Jarvis.

Daily Mirror: Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is likely to step up his efforts to sign Liverpool defender Daniel Agger this week after insisting he needs more additions.

Also: Kolo Toure had a bust-up with Roberto Mancini over being snubbed in Manchester City’s Community Shield win.

Daily Star: Roberto Mancini says Carlos Tevez is like a new signing in Manchester City’s bid to retain their Premier League crown.

Also: England’s brightest young star Jack Rodwell has been tipped for greatness after sealing a shock £15m move to Manchester City.

Daily Mail: Tottenham are rivalling Arsenal for Rennes midfielder Yann M’Vila.

Also: Wigan are finalising a loan with Arsenal for Ryo Miyaichi, in a move which is likely to hasten the departure of striker Victor Moses to Chelsea.

Daily Express: Roberto Mancini warned Jack Rodwell he will need to improve and cope with the pressure of ‘having to win’ as he prepared to make the Everton and England midfielder his first summer signing in a £15million deal.

Metro: Manchester City have claimed the first silverware of the season after beating Chelsea 3-2 in a feisty and entertaining Community Shield at Villa Park.

Also: Arsenal have told Barcelona they want youngster Cristian Tello as part of any deal to take Alex Song to the Camp Nou, according to reports in Spain.

And: Yann M’Vila has received a ‘concrete offer’ from a club in England, the chairman of his club Rennes has confirmed, as speculation mounts over a move to Tottenham.

The Times: Inter Milan fear they will be priced out of a move for Manchester City midfielder Nigel de Jong who expects to be paid £70,000 per week after tax.

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