Monday's gossip column
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THE HEADLINES THAT MARKED MANCHESTER CITY'S TITLE WIN
"Miracle Manc!" - the Sun
"We won it in Fergie time" - the Sun
"Foot of God" - Daily Mirror
"Wincredible - most amazing title clincher ever" - Daily Star
"Paradise City" - Guardian
"Over the blue moon" - Daily Express
"Mancini's crazy gang make every last second count" - The Times
"Miracle men - City end 44-year title hoodoo with most dramatic finale in history" - Daily Telegraph
Manchester United and Newcastle are considering making bids for £6.5m-rated France right-back Mathieu Debuchy after Lille indicated the 26-year-old would be allowed to leave in the summer transfer window.
Spain legend Raul has left German club Schalke, where he became a fans' favourite with 27 goals in 63 Bundesliga appearances, to sign for Qatari side Al Sadd.
Derby have rejected a £1.2m offer from Burnley for defender Jason Shackell, 28.
Liverpool target Rasmus Elm has warned the Reds he is far from certain to leave his Dutch club AZ Alkmaar in the summer transfer window. The 24-year-old Sweden international says he "feels good at AZ".
Middlesbrough are interested in Portsmouth's Luke Varney, 29, and the striker could be available for as little as £375,000.
Liverpool are also set to make an offer for Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov, who has made just five Premier League starts this season.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy maintains that none of the club's top players will leave White Hart Lane this summer.
Everton want to sign Olympiakos's Hungarian goalkeeper Balazs Megyeri to provide competition for Tim Howard at Goodison Park. The 22-year-old, who is entering the last year of his contract, would cost around £800,000.
Cardiff and Ipswich have held discussions with goalkeeper Joe Lewis, 24, who is set to leave Peterborough on a free transfer.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini visited church with two players before City's dramatic title win.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes, 37, is open-minded about speaking to new England manager Roy Hodgson about a return to international football.
Sir Alex Ferguson has delivered a worrying message to Manchester United fans by confirming skipper Nemanja Vidic will miss the club's pre-season tour.
Hull City have approached former Leeds and Sheffield United boss Kevin Blackwell about becoming their next manager. The Tigers sacked boss Nick Barmby last week.
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has eased fears that England's Kyle Walker is an injury doubt for Euro 2012 by predicting the full-back, who came off during Tottenham's win over Fulham, would be "dancing in a disco" by Monday night.
Dutch midfielder Mark van Bommel broke down in tears as he announced he will leave Italian giants AC Milan and sign for PSV.