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    Last Updated: 12/11/14 07:32am


    LONDON EVENING STANDARD

    Didier Drogba has dropped his biggest hint yet that this will be his last season in a Chelsea shirt. Chelsea are already making plans to sign another striker next summer and have been sending scouts to watch Benfica star Anderson Talisca in action.

    Wayne Rooney admits he will always be second best to Sir Bobby Charlton unless he also fires England to World Cup glory.

    Television presenter Charlie Webster has resigned as a patron of Sheffield United after the club allowed former player and convicted rapist Ched Evans to return for training.

    Gareth Bale's agent has rubbished speculation linking the Real Madrid star with a move to Manchester United, amid sensational reports that a swap deal with Angel di Maria could be on the cards.

    Michael Carrick says he never considered retiring from international football after being overlooked for the World Cup.

    Franco Baldini faces an internal inquest as questions are asked about his role at crisis-club Tottenham.

    Mauricio Pochettino has warned his Tottenham players that he intends to make them "suffer".

    Queens Park Rangers are planning to hand striker Charlie Austin a lucrative new contract to secure his long-term future at Loftus Road.

    MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

    Louis van Gaal is not expecting to be able to throw any of his comeback players - Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones, Jonny Evans, Radamel Falcao and Rafael - into his starting XI at Arsenal following the international break.

    England boss Roy Hodgson has revealed that Wayne Rooney is his 'caring captain.'

    LIVERPOOL ECHO

    Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler says people are "getting carried away" with the Reds disappointing start to the season.

    Gareth Barry has suffered ankle ligament damage but is likely to be sidelined for weeks rather than months, Everton FC have revealed.

    The agent of midfielder Suso says Liverpool are keen on handing the Spaniard a new contract.

    NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

    Newcastle United are in the running for non-league speed demon Che Adams who is set to quit Ilkeston FC this January.

    Nobby Solano is waiting to see if a London-based consortium get the nod to take over Scottish Premier League outfit Motherwell - in order to be appointed manager of the Fir Park club.

    Alan Pardew has hinted that 17-year-old whizz-kid Adam Armstrong will soon get his chance in Newcastle United's first XI.

    THE JOURNAL

    Alan Pardew has insisted he won't get carried away by one of the best winning runs of his Newcastle United career.

    Steven Fletcher is looking forward to carrying on the Scotland feel-good factor - and putting one over on a Sunderland team-mate.

    SUNDERLAND ECHO

    Steven Fletcher says he is relishing his international duel with Sunderland team-mate John O'Shea this week.

    Sunderland midfielder Lee Cattermole is the North East Football Writers' Association's player of the year 2014.

    BIRMINGHAM MAIL

    Tottenham Hotspur will make an audacious move to sign Aston Villa midfielder Fabian Delph in January according to our sister title The Mirror.

    Carson Yeung has been given fresh hope of overturning his conviction for money laundering - which would clear the way for a return to St Andrew's.

    West Brom's Silvestre Varela will step up his rehabilitation from groin surgery in a behind-closed-doors training match with Leicester City today.

    Welsh international Sam Ricketts has come in from the cold at Wolverhampton Wanderers as manager Kenny Jackett attempts to find a line-up that can live with the best in the Championship.

    EXPRESS & STAR

    Wolves' demolition at Derby hasn't dented their promotion drive, maintains Kenny Jackett.

    West Brom hope defender Sebastien Pocognoli will be fit to face Chelsea next week despite the Belgium international suffering a minor hamstring tear.

    Record signing Brown Ideye insists he will be a hit at Albion after vital talks with boss Alan Irvine over his Hawthorns future.

    THE SENTINEL

    Stoke City's Steven Nzonzi says he is determined to learn from new midfield partner Steve Sidwell.

    THE DAILY ECHO

    Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has hinted he could leave the club next summer if they do not qualify for the Champions League.

    HULL DAILY MAIL

    Curtis Davies has promised he and his Hull City team-mates will prove the sobering defeat at Burnley was a "one-off" when returning to Premier League action next week.

    LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

    Corry Evans is determined to return to Blackburn Rovers having helped his country take a massive step closer to an historic first appearance at a European Championship.

    Burnley's Stephen Ward is expected to shake off a minor knock in time to feature for the Republic of Ireland in Friday's European Championship qualifier against Scotland.

    Burnley co-chairman John Banaszkiewicz admits he has been surprised at recent criticism of Sean Dyche in some sections of the national media - insisting the club have always been 100 per cent behind their manager.

    SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

    Jefferson Montero believes he has yet to hit his peak despite producing a man-of-the-match performance against Arsenal.

    FULHAM CHRONICLE

    Didier Drogba has hinted he could hang up his Chelsea boots at the end of the season.

    Kit Symons hopes to add to Fulham's squad before the loan window closes later this month.

    SOUTH LONDON PRESS

    Callum Harriott has been told to cut out the tricks if he wants to play a bigger part in Charlton's first-team.

    YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

    Danny Wilson is backing his former captain Neil Redfearn to be a success in the permanent head coaching position at Leeds United.

    NOTTINGHAM POST

    Former Nottingham Forest star Nigel Clough, now manager of Sheffield United, says the Blades took their time over their decision to allow convicted rapist Ched Evans to train with the club.

    THE PINK UN

    Norwich City's Nathan Redmond never considered jumping ship in the summer after being touted with a swift Premier League return.

    EVENING GAZETTE

    Boro boss Aitor Karanka's quest for perfection has helped Ben Gibson develop as a player over the past 12 months.

    WALES ONLINE

    Cardiff City manager Russell Slade has told unsettled midfielder Mats Daehli to fight for his future in the Welsh capital.

    THE BOLTON NEWS

    Neil Lennon believes the viewing public saw the real Bolton Wanderers in last Friday's 3-1 derby victory over Wigan and now wants that to remain the norm.

    WIGAN EVENING POST

    Shaun Maloney admits Friday night's clash against Ireland presents the perfect opportunity for Scotland to take a massive step towards qualifying for the European Championships.

    BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

    Jose Riga has spoken publicly for the first time since his sacking as Blackpool manager, describing his time at Bloomfield Road as "the very worst circumstances".

    READING POST

    Pavel Pogrebnyak still has the hunger to force his way back into the first-team at Reading - according to boss Nigel Adkins.

    THE ARGUS

    Brighton chairman Tony Bloom has given his unequivocal backing to manager Sami Hyypia.

    IPSWICH STAR

    Ipswich Town centre-back Tommy Smith held 'clear the air' talks with his New Zealand team-mates when he joined up with the All Whites squad this week.

    THE STAR

    Manager Nigel Clough has broken his silence on the Ched Evans saga, insisting that the shamed striker's impending return to training with Sheffield United is "not a top priority" with the club facing four vital matches in the space of ten days.

    Sheffield Wednesday number one Keiren Westwood has been forced to withdraw from the Republic of Ireland squad for their double-header against Scotland and USA due to a hip injury.

    HUDDERSFIELD EXAMINER

    Huddersfield boss Chris Powell says he's delighted to see James Vaughan back on the training ground - but won't put a timescale on his return.

    BOURNEMOUTH ECHO

    Baily Cargill admits he has half an eye on next month's mouth-watering League Cup tie with Liverpool but insists his Championship ambitions are the current number one priority.

    EVENING TIMES

    Graeme Souness believes Scott Brown has the mettle and ability to cut it in the English Premier League - and that the midfielder's combativeness can be harnessed to good effect by Scotland.

    Graeme Souness was involved in Brian Kennedy's failed second attempt to buy into Rangers three weeks ago.

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    DAILY MIRROR


    Aston Villa defender Ron Vlaar looks set to leave with Manchester United and Arsenal on red alert after his agent revealed the Dutchman was considering an exit.


    Chelsea's finances look healthy with news that they will reveal a annual profit of nearly £20 million with a turnover of around £320m.


    Inter Milan are closing on Asenal striker Joel Campbell in a possible loan move.


    A group of Californian-based businessmen want to sit down with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy for discussions over a potential bid with the White Hart Lane club valued at £1billion.


    DAILY EXPRESS


    Chelsea are ready to go head-to-head with Manchester United for the services of Real Madrid star Gareth Bale next summer.


    Chelsea and Manchester United will have to pay £19m for Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane who has fallen out of favour at the Bernabeu.


    DAILY STAR


    Manchester United are keen on Atletico Madrid's Miranda and are set to table a £20m bid for the defender in January.


    Arsenal have started discussions with Roma concerning a January bid for striker Mattia Destro.


    Manchester United midfielder Anderson has expressed his desire to rejoin former club Gremio on a free transfer in January.


    DAILY MAIL


    Doubts have emerged over the health of Brazil legend Pele who is in hospital to undergo a 'medical evaluation' after cancelling an appearance at an event in his museum.


    Chelsea players weren't happy under former boss Andre Villas-Boas and did not want to train under him, according to defender Ashley Cole who is now at Roma.

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    Last Updated: 14/11/14 at 14:59 Post Comment





    LONDON EVENING STANDARD

    Jose Mourinho is willing to let Mohamed Salah leave Chelsea during the January transfer window.

    Kyle Naughton will be allowed to leave Tottenham in January if the club can secure the early arrival of USA international DeAndre Yedlin.

    Harry Redknapp today branded directors of football a "joke" and insisted he could never tolerate such a system at Queens Park Rangers.

    Calum Chambers claims the presence of five Arsenal team-mates in the England squad has made it easier for him to make the step up to senior international football.

    Gary Cahill says Ross Barkley is the player who can spark England.

    MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

    Manchester City are set to move for Everton and England starlet Ross Barkley, who is valued at £60m by Roberto Martinez.

    Daley Blind believes his best position is in Manchester United's midfield despite starting at centre-back against Crystal Palace.

    LIVERPOOL ECHO

    Alberto Moreno insists Liverpool can bounce back from their recent poor form – but admits the Reds' losing streak has been tough to take for everyone at the club.

    Roberto Martinez has confirmed that Everton midfielder Kevin Mirallas has returned to training following a hamstring injury.

    NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

    Newcastle United hold transfer meeting on striker search but mooted moves for Demba Ba and Aleksandar Mitrovic are unlikely to happen as Magpies look to plan for January.

    SUNDERLAND ECHO

    Sunderland misfit Danny Graham has joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan until the end of the year.

    Lee Cattermole admits that three international breaks so far this season are not helping his efforts to become the heartbeat of Gus Poyet's new side.

    BIRMINGHAM MAIL

    Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett admits that he is keen to bring in 'two or three' new players during the next few weeks to January, if the need was obvious.

    EXPRESS & STAR

    Albion are considering a January facelift of their squad as Alan Irvine fine-tunes plans for the second half of the season.

    Wolves today moved to solve their striker problem by signing Sunderland forward Danny Graham on loan.

    THE SENTINEL

    Ryan Shawcross hopes his stellar performances at the heart of the Stoke City defence are repaying the faith shown in him by manager Mark Hughes.

    HULL DAILY MAIL

    Hull City defender Maynor Figueroa's loan stay at Wigan could be in jeopardy after the club sacked manager Uwe Rosler.

    LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

    Burnley have widened their search for new players in the January transfer window after bringing in a European scout to target signings on the continent.

    SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

    Ashley Williams reckons facing Wilfried Bony every day in Swansea City training is perfect preparation for the challenge of taking on powerhouse Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku.

    THE DAILY ECHO

    Saints winger Sadio Mane is among five Premier League players who have been nominated for the 2014 African Player of the Year award.

    FULHAM CHRONICLE

    Les Ferdinand has backed Charlie Austin to win an England call-up if the QPR star continues his scoring spree.

    DERBY TELEGRAPH

    Sheffield United have won the race to sign teenage star Che Adams from Ilkeston.

    BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

    Lee Clark has reintroduced the reserve team after finding a host of unfit squad players at Bloomfield Road.

    THE ARGUS

    Aaron Hughes insists he has no regrets about joining Albion – despite being kept out of the side.

    Albion prospect Glen Rea is on the verge of his international debut – thanks to his club's blossoming Irish connection.

    EVENING TIMES

    Frank McAvennie has urged Celtic to push the boat out in order to sign up Swedish striker John Guidetti.

    Lewis Macleod has been released by Scotland to play in Rangers' Championship match with Alloa at Ibrox on Saturday.

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    Tottenham are ready to sell Emmanuel Adebayor in the January transfer window.
    On-loan Liverpool starlet Divock Origi has taken to Twitter to reject claims he will be returning to Anfield in January.
    West Ham have reportedly set a deadline of January for defender Winston Reid to sign a new deal.
    Wayne Rooney wanted to quit football at the age of 14 before his father and ex-Everton manager, Colin Harvey, managed to talk him out of it.
    West Brom pair Jonas Olsson and Claudio Yacob could leave in January.
    Malky Mackay could get the Wigan job then be banned from football by the FA.
    Peterborough are in talks to re-sign Aaron Mclean from Bradford.
    daily star
    Manchester United will have to battle Barcelona for the signature of Cristiano Ronaldo next summer after the Catalan side ramped up their interest in the Real Madrid forward.
    Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Christoph Kramer says he is interested in a move to the Premier League, with Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Spurs all reported to be keen.
    Wayne Rooney has set his sights on becoming a manager - and has not ruled out managing his country one day.
    Everton star Kevin Mirallas is nearing a return to action.
    Hugo Lloris claims Tottenham's players are to blame for the club's poor start to the season and has taken a swipe at Daniel Levy.
    West Brom boss Alan Irvine is expecting a busy January.
    Frank Lampard has been told to forget about staying at Man City for the rest of the season.
    the sun
    Major League Soccer side New York expect midfielder Frank Lampard to join up with them for pre-season training in the new year and not extend his loan spell with Manchester City.
    Inter Milan and Juventus have joined Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham in showing an interest in West Brom striker Saido Berahino
    Wayne Rooney wants to become a manager but is dreaming of playing in the 2018 World Cup.
    England's Euro opponents Slovenia have slammed the Wembley pitch as "completely ruined".
    Roy Hodgson has revealed how UEFA blocked England's late plea to replace crock Leighton Baines.
    Paul Lambert faces a defensive nightmare ahead of Aston Villa's next game.
    Roberto Mancini has returned to Inter Milan.
    daily mail
    Manchester United are keen on signing £7.5m Brazilian striker Douglas Coutinho from Atletico Paranaense.
    Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has advised Petr Cech, to seek a move away from the club.
    Claudio Ranieri is on the verge of being sacked as Greece coach after his side lost 1-0 to the Faroe Islands on Friday.
    Premier League footballers earn £2.3million a year each on average, or £43,717 a week, giving them wages almost 60 per cent bigger in 2014 than their closest earnings rivals in Germany's Bundesliga.
    Colombia manager Jose Pekerman has revealed that Radamel Falcao is on the verge of return and claims he will go on to break records in England.
    Wigan have been urged not to appoint Malky Mackay as their new boss by local MP Lisa Nandy.
    Robin van Persie says Holland owe boss Guus Hiddink a victory against Latvia.
    Gareth Bale has promised to go "all guns blazing" for a victory in Belgium.
    daily express
    Arsenal have set their sights on a move for Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Lars Bender.
    Liverpool are set to make a £25m bid for Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle, but they face stiff competition from Tottenham.
    Roy Hodgson believes England are regaining the backing of fans following the World Cup disaster.
    the times
    Arsenal and Manchester United have been handed a boost in their pursuit of West Ham defender Winston Reid, with the Hammers ready to sell the New Zealander if he does not commit to a new deal.
    the guardian
    QPR goalkeeper Rob Green says he would like to become a football club chief executive when he stops playing.
    Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore has added to the Ched Evans debate and says he would not employ a convicted rapist.
    Temuri Ketsbaia looks set to resign as boss of Georgia after they were beaten 4-0 by Poland.
    daily telegraph
    A warrant for the arrest of former Rangers owner Craig Whyte on fraud charges has been issued.
    Matches in Greece's professional leagues have been suspended after a referees' committee official was beaten with wooden clubs by two men on motorbikes.

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    daily mirror
    Manchester United did want to sign Arturo Vidal in the summer but Juventus blocked the move, according to the Italian club's general manager Giuseppe Marotta.
    Spurs scouts flew to Argentina last week to watch Colombian River Plate striker Teo Gutierrez, 29.
    Inter Milan's new boss Roberto Mancini is planning a January spending spree in the Premier League with Aleksandar Kolarov, Fabio Borini, Joel Campbell and Erik Lamela all possible targets.
    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has told midfielder Mousa Dembele he will be free to find another club in January.
    daily express
    Chelsea lead both Liverpool and Arsenal in the race for Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus and could offer Andre Schurrle to move the other way.
    Arsenal and Manchester United have been told they must pay £47million if they want to sign Mats Hummels.
    Liverpool and Arsenal's hopes of signing Karim Benzema have increased after the France international has revealed he may consider a move away from the Bernabeu.
    the sun
    Southampton manager Ronald Koeman wants to sign Netherlands defender Bruno Martins Indi from Porto in January.
    daily star
    Roma have emerged as serious contenders to snap up Liverpool right back Glen Johnson on a free transfer next summer
    daily mail
    Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard will leave Merseyside for the San Siro by joining Inter Milan in the January transfer window if he fails to sign a new contract at Anfield.
    Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane has accused Everton boss Roberto Martinez of putting pressure on Irish players to sidestep International duty.
    Manuel Pellegrini faces the sack from Manchester City at the end of the season with Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone who is top of the short list to replace him at the Etihad.
    Napoli are set to make a bid for Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski, despite Arsene Wenger saying he isn't for sale.

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    Liverpool want £10m-rated Norwich winger Nathan Redmond to help rescue their season.
    Dave Whelan will quit as Wigan chairman if the FA find him guilty of racism.
    Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva could finally join Napoli in January.
    Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has hit back in the contract row with skipper Ron Vlaar.
    Chelsea are lining up a £25m move for Everton full-back Seamus Coleman.
    Steve Bruce's phone has gone into meltdown over Hull's Scottish full-back Andy Robertson.
    West Ham striker Mauro Zarate will be looking for a move in January unless the Hammers play him in his rightful position.
    Ryan Shawcross is ready to turn down the chance to play for Wales.
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    Six clubs are vying to sign convicted rapist Ched Evans.
    Neil Warnock's future as Crystal Palace boss is under threat.
    Bradford will pay Aaron Mclean £4,000 a week while on loan at Peterborough.
    Nikola Zigic is set to take a huge pay cut to play for Birmingham again.
    Tottenham defender Kyle Naughton is being lined up by Swansea.
    Dutch winger Memphis Depay is wanted by both Newcastle and Everton.
    Premier League big guns are checking on Hull's £12m-rated Andy Robertson.
    Wolves will launch a fresh bid to sign Northampton striker Ivan Toney.
    QPR want Chelsea defender Tomas Kalas, who is on loan at Cologne.
    THE MIRROR
    Arsenal are ready to hand Jack Wilshere a new five-year £150k a week deal.
    Norwegian wonderkid Martin Odegaard has told Man Utd and Real Madrid he will tell them where his future lies when he turns 16 next month.
    Spurs' Vlad Chiriches and Arsenal's Lukas Podolski will be the wanted men in the January window.
    Southampton are chasing £5m Slovenian star Kevin Kampl.
    Atletico Madrid are in the race with Arsenal for Croatia star Marcelo Brozovic, 22.
    the sun
    Ronaldo Koeman will be given a £20m January kitty to keep Southampton in the Champions League shake-up.
    Aaron Lennon looks set to leave Tottenham after rejecting a new deal.
    QPR want Chelsea's Tomas Kalas on loan.
    Leicester are desperate to keep hold of 16-year-old Hamza Choudhury with Arsenal and Man Utd hovering.
    Tottenham and Aston Villa are working on a swap deal with Fabian Delph.
    Roberto Martinez is lining up a £10m swoop for Basel's Brael Embolo.
    sunday express
    Dave Whelan has warned he will quit as Wigan chairman if he's found guilty of racism.
    mail on sunday
    Chelsea are preparing a £20m bid for Everton's Seamus Coleman.

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    Mario Balotelli's agent Mino Raiola has revealed that the Liverpool striker will not be making a return to Italy.
    Liverpool's owners have no intention of replacing Brendan Rodgers despite the club's worst start to a season in 22 years.
    Samir Nasri has warned Manchester City's players their futures at the club are on the line against Bayern Munich tonight.
    Everton and Burnley are tracking Rangers midfielder Lewis Macleod as they weigh up possible bids in the January transfer window.
    Jose Mourinho has rejected the idea that he might be in the transfer market for Borussia Dortmund striker Marco Reus.
    Real Madrid are stepping up interest in Liverpool midfield prospect Pedro Chirivella.
    the sun
    Arsenal's players should be lining up to take the blame for the club's form, not Arsene Wenger, according to club great Ian Wright.
    Samir Nasri has warned Manchester City's Euro flops: We're all facing the axe.
    Brendan Rodgers is in no danger despite Liverpool's worst start in 22 years.
    Eidur Gudjohnsen will line up in a friendly today in a bid to win a contract with former club Bolton.
    Bayern Munich midfielder Xabi Alonso has told Manchester City: money can't buy you the Champions League.
    daily star
    Arsene Wenger held crisis talks with his chief executive Ivan Gazidis yesterday as pressure mounted on the Arsenal manager.
    PSG will launch a sensational bid to sign Manchester United new boy Angel Di Maria next summer - but only if Financial Fair Play regulations are relaxed.
    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says he will not be making a move to sign Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus.
    Dortmund star Ilkay Gundogan says he is interested in a switch to the Premier League.
    Sunderland are after Rennes' Cameroon midfielder Jean Makoun.
    Swansea boss Garry Monk is ready to add Leon Britton to his coaching staff when the time is right.
    Dinamo Zagreb have warned Arsenal and Tottenham that they'll have to splash the cash if they want to sign Marcelo Brozovic.
    daily mirror
    Arsenal's second-largest shareholder Alisher Usmanov says Arsenal need new players in every position and has told Arsene Wenger to start learning from his mistakes.
    Samir Nasri has admitted Manchester City's highly-paid stars face the chop if they go out of the Champions League this week.
    Manuel Pellegrini believes it is inevitable that Pep Guardiola will eventually test himself in the Premier League.
    West Brom have joined the Premier League clubs chasing Senegal midfielder Stephane Badji.
    West Ham and Sunderland are competing to sign experienced Cameroon international Jean Makoun.
    daily telegraph
    Samir Nasri has claimed that Manchester City's under-performing stars risk being cast aside in favour of "new players" if they fail to justify their salaries by avoiding Champions League elimination against Bayern Munich on Tuesday night.
    Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, is under no immediate threat of losing his job at Anfield despite admitting the mounting pressure after a series of poor results.
    Alisher Usmanov, Arsenal's second largest shareholder, has offered his most critical assessment yet of Arsène Wenger and claimed that the club need to strengthen in every single position to seriously challenge the elite of English and European football.
    the guardian
    Samir Nasri believes the futures of Manchester City's leading players are at stake, stating the team must qualify for the Champions League knockout stage or "next year it's going to be new players, it's going to be everything".
    the times
    Samir Nasri has warned his fellow high earners at Manchester City that their futures will be at stake should they suffer a third exit in four seasons at the group stage of the Champions League.

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    Lionel Messi is locked in a dispute over cash with Barcelona - and is considering a summer move to Chelsea.
    Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas could leave in January, with Arsenal and Liverpool showing an interest.
    Arsenal could make a January move for Aston Villa defender Ron Vlaar.
    Luke Shaw could be out until the New Year after damaging his ankle ligaments in Manchester United's win over Arsenal.
    Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is convinced Andy Carroll will one day move back to St James' Park.
    Former Barcelona, AC Milan and PSG star Ronaldinho is being lined up for a shock move to the Angolan league.
    Man Utd defender Marco Rojo is back in training following a dislocated shoulder.
    Stoke's preparations for the trip to Liverpool have been hampered by a sick bug.
    Besiktas want Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah on loan in January.
    the sun
    Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is considering dropping goalkeeper Simon Mignolet for tomorrow's game at home to Stoke and starting with Brad Jones.
    Manchester United forward Robin van Persie may be on the bench for Saturday's match at home to Hull if Falcao is deemed fit enough to start after injury.
    Chelsea have blocked Fulham's attempt to re-sign goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer.
    Sunderland manager Gus Poyet says he wants to sort out forward Connor Wickham's future before January and says the club are "working hard" on a new contract for the 21-year-old.
    Wigan chairman Dave Whelan will fight for his reputation after the FA hit him with a racism charge.
    Luke Shaw is set for a six-week lay-off after scans revealed he suffered ankle ligament damage during Manchester United's 2-1 win at Arsenal.
    daily mirror
    Sam Allardyce has warned red-faced West Ham defender James Tomkins to grow up and cut out the play-acting.
    Alan Pardew has confirmed his interest in bringing back Andy Carroll.
    Centre-back Paul McShane is considering his Hull future.
    Southampton are hoping to tie down promising full-back Matt Targett with a five-year contract.
    Jozy Altidore has been told he needs to "do something special" to secure his Sunderland future.
    Eidur Gudjohnsen, 36, is "very close" to a return to Bolton.
    daily star
    Arsene Wenger could turn to unsettled PSG star Yohan Cabaye in a bid to solve Arsenal's growing injury crisis.
    Arsenal are believed to be keen on Palermo striker Paulo Dybala.
    Wigan owner Dave Whelan may quit as chairman after being hit by an FA charge.
    Stoke are sweating on the fitness of Asmir Begovic, Geoff Cameron and Phil Bardsley ahead of their trip to Liverpool as a sickness bug sweeps their camp.
    daily mail
    Tottenham have severed links with one of their official licensed suppliers after three pitch invasions caused a 10-minute delay to their Europa League clash against Partizan Belgrade and left them facing a UEFA charge.
    Dave Whelan faced an uncertain future as Wigan chairman on Thursday night after the FA charged him with an 'aggravated breach' of their rules over his controversial comments about Jewish and Chinese people.
    Manchester United have suffered yet another injury blow after learning that Luke Shaw could be out for between four and six weeks with ankle ligament damage.
    Robin van Persie has revealed that he came close to joining Dick Advocaat's Rangers side.
    Newcastle boss Alan Pardew says he would welcome Andy Carroll back to the club.
    daily telegraph
    Roberto Mancini is ready to try again to sign Manchester United striker Robin van Persie, but this time for Inter Milan.
    Arsenal are willing to stretch Arsene Wenger's January transfer budget in an attempt to ease his injury crisis.
    the guardian
    Brendan Rodgers has told Simon Mignolet he wants an immediate response to the keeper's error against Ludogorets.

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    Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard is considering ending his playing career abroad although boss Brendan Rodgers is confident the club legend will sign a new contract to stay on Merseyside.
    Manuel Pellegrini says talks will be held next month to extend Frank Lampard's loan spell at Manchester City rather than see the former Chelsea ace start playing for New York City in mid-January.
    The Manchester City manager has also pledged the club will not be cashing in by selling Sergio Aguero even though any deal for the Argentina striker would probably smash the world record £86million fee paid for Gareth Bale.
    Leicester City are planning an audacious swoop to bring Jermain Defoe back to Britain by snatching the Toronto striker from under QPR manager Harry Redknapp's nose.
    West Bromwich Albion boss Alan Irvine has made an informal approach to Arsenal for out-of-favour Costa Rica striker Joel Campbell who has also interested Everton manager Roberto Martinez.
    daily star
    Manchester City have made a £17million swoop for Monaco's 22-year-old France international left-back Layvin Kurzawa who flew to England last week to discuss a January transfer.
    Manchester United will target Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris next summer if they lose David de Gea to Real Madrid.
    Liverpool are considering making a £7million bid in January for unsettled Chelsea keeper Peter Cech but manager Brendan Rodgers may first have to generate the cash through offloading some of his squad.
    Swansea striker Wilfried Bony is attracting interest from Manchester City who may may make a January move to bring the Ivory Coast striker to join countryman Yaya Toure at the Etihad.
    Arsenal are set to renew their interest in Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira who is out of contract in the summer but they could face competition from Chelsea for the Germany midfielder in January.
    Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho could also clash over Real defender Raphael Varane. The Arsenal boss is considering signing a new central defender and Varane is reported to be the latest name on his wanted list but Mourinho is also keen.
    sunday mirror
    Colombia striker Radamel Falcao has just four months to prove himself to Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal who is having doubts about converting the player's loan deal from Monaco into a permanent transfer.
    Brendan Rodgers has told his 34-year-old Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard that his time on the pitch will be carefully managed and that he will no longer play every minute fo every game.
    sunday express
    Oldham Athletic are risking a public backlash after having a meeting last week with convicted rapist Ched Evans who is desperate to get back into the game - and clear his name - after being released from prison.
    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is tracking Everton's Republic of Ireland midfielder James McCarthy as a possible January transfer to bolster his injury-ravaged squad.
    Manchester United face a difficult decision whether to offer Javier Hernandez a new contract after learning Real Madrid will decline making his loan move permanent, while Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham are among those believed to be interested in the Mexican.
    Porto have told Arsenal and Liverpool they must shell out £40million of they want to sign Colombian star Jackson Martinez.
    Arsenal are, however, reportedly not in the market for a centre back with Arsene Wenger saying he is happy with Nacho Monreal.
    mail on sunday
    Fears are growing at Anfield that Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard may leave when his contract expires next summer with the club's American owners unwilling to match his currrent £140,000-a-week pay in any new deal.
    The Anfield side are monitoring events at QPR where the news is that Charlie Austin is not being rushed into signing a new deal with Tottenham also interested.
    Arsenal are willing to open the bidding at £16million for Everton and Republic of Ireland midfielder James McCarthy.
    The Gunners will also switch their attentions to making an £8m move for Ipswich Town defender Tyrone Mings in January if they are beaten to the signing of Borussia Dortmund centre-back Mats Hummels by Manchester United.
    independent on sunday
    West Bromwich Albion have shelved contract renewal talks with striker Saido Berahino until investigations have been completed by police and club officials into allegations of a drink-driving offence.
    sunday times
    Arsenal have targeted Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko as Arsene Wenger aims to add some strength to his side and bring in cover for the injured Jack Wilshere.
    SUNDAY PEOPLE
    Steven Gerrard’s future at Liverpool is in the balance – just four weeks before he becomes eligible to sign for a foreign club.
    Roy Keane walked out at Aston Villa to the sound of cheering in the dressing room.
    Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard is in line to become David Beckham’s first signing for his MLS club in Miami, while Roberto Martinez is also open to offers for midfielder Steven Pienaar.
    Crystal Palace scouts have watched Hamilton left-back Stephen Hendrie and a £1.5million bid is in the pipeline.
    Man City are watching Valencia left-back Luis Gaya.
    Swansea will make a move for Exeter youngster Matt Grimes.

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    daily mail
    Wayne Rooney will undergo a scan on his injured knee on Wednesday while the rest of his Manchester United team-mates get ready for their Christmas party.
    Roma are weighing up a January bid for Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, who has seen himself drop down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge.
    Several clubs, including Sunderland, Swansea and Aston Villa, are keeping tabs on 20-year-old midfielder Jay Chapman, who currently plays for Michigan State.
    Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson has told fans not to bother returning to the King Power Stadium if they aren't prepared to show support.
    the guardian
    Arsene Wenger says that Chelsea cannot be considered as the champions-elect, despite their impressive and unbeaten start to the Premier League season while he remains convinced that Arsenal can win the title.
    QPR have sent the Football League their accounts for 2013-14, the period covered by new financial fair play rules.
    the sun
    Andre-Pierre Gignac has given Newcastle the green light to sign him after the striker revealed he wants to leave Marseille.
    Arsene Wenger has told Thierry Henry a job is waiting for him at Arsenal.
    Emile Heskey is training with Bolton Wanderers in a bid to make a shock comeback to English football.
    daily mirror
    Paris Saint-German's Javier Pastore claims midfielder Yohan Cabaye is eyeing up an exit from the Ligue 1 club, just a year after joining.
    Paulinho could be in line for a return to Brazil, with Sao Paolo and Corinthians both weighing up a move for the Tottenham midfielder.
    Leicester manager Nigel Pearson has revealed he had an altercation with a supporter following the Foxes' 3-1 defeat to Liverpool.
    daily star
    Arsenal are planning a £20million move for Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Christoph Kramer if they fail to land the signature of Real Madrid's Sami Khedira.
    Gunners forward Lukas Podolski, meanwhile, has hinted that he would like a return to boyhood club FC Koln in the near future.
    QPR have rejected the chance to sign Argentina defender Pablo Alvarez, 30, following a trial spell.
    daily express
    Tottenham defender Vlad Chiriches is a surprise target for local rivals Arsenal, who may make a bid in January.
    Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta insists he is happy at Stamford Bridge, despite reports linking him with a move to Barcelona and Real Madrid.
    Roberto Martinez has told Arsenal their interest in James McCarthy is doomed to failure because he will build Everton's future around the midfielder.
    Jose Mourinho has dropped a heavy hint that John Terry is set to be offered a new deal at Chelsea.
    Stromgodset have denied rumours claiming that Manchester United have made a bid for Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool target Martin Odegaard.
    Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah looks set for a January loan move to Sunderland, despite interest from QPR, Everton and Stoke.


 

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