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    Last Updated: 04,12, 2014- 7:25am

    daily mail
    Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has claimed that Brad Friedel 'tried to block' his move to Old Trafford in 2003 - although the Tottenham veteran denies that.
    Wayne Rooney is ready to play in Manchester United's game at Southampton on Monday after missing the win over Stoke with a knee injury.
    Liverpool are making their play to sign 15-year-old Norway starlet Martin Odegaard after he arrived for a tour of the club on Wednesday.
    Arsene Wenger praised the fighting spirit of Alexis Sanchez after the Chile striker fired Arsenal to a 1-0 victory over Southampton at the Emirates Stadium.
    daily mirror
    Manchester United have reassessed their targets for the season after winning four game in a row under Louis van Gaal. Utd's players are starting to believe a tilt at the title is now possible.
    Papiss Cisse has insisted he will play through the pain to help Newcastle.The striker is being nursed back after dislocating his knee-cap at the end of last season - Cisse has revealed that surgery did not completely cure him.
    Wayne Rooney is winning his battle to be fit for Manchester United’s trip to Southampton on after missing his side’s 2-1 win over Stoke on Tuesday with a knee injury.
    the sun
    Bolton boss Neil Lennon is ready to return to former club Celtic with bids for midfielder Kris Commons and right-back Adam Matthews.
    Liverpool have taken the lead in the chase for Norwegian wonder boy Martin Odegaard after the 15-year-old flew into Merseyside for talks.
    Frank Lampard will have the blessing of MLS commissioner Don Garber if he elects to extend his loan spell with Manchester City until the end of the season.
    Arsenal are ready to test Southampton’s resolve with a £15m move for Morgan Schneiderlin as Arsene Wenger looks to shore up his midfield.
    Roberto Mancini is planning to boost his Inter Milan squad by returning to the Premier League to try and bring Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski, Liverpool midfielder Lucas and Chelsea winger Mo Salah to Italy.
    Norwich star Nathan Redmond is set to spurn interest from Stoke City in order to stay with the Championship club for the rest of the season.
    Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal has dismissed talk of a move to Manchester United, saying he is happy with the Italian champions.
    Italian striker Giampaolo Pazzini may be heading to the Premier League as AC Milan seek to shift the 30-year-old’s wages off the books, with QPR, Sunderland and Aston Villa all said to be interested in taking him on loan.
    Millwall and Bristol City are both planning January moves for Chesterfield hotshot Eoin Doyle.
    daily express
    Terry Butcher could be set for a sensational return to Motherwell - the former England international has been heavily backed over the last 24 hours for a second stint at Fir Park.
    Leicester fans have demanded an apology from manager Nigel Pearson as the club launches an investigation into his alleged furious foul-mouthed rant at supporters.
    daily star
    Marouane Fellaini insists that Manchester United can still win the Premier League title.
    Chelsea manager boss Jose Mourinho says he will have to rest some of his players to cope with a heavy fixture list this month. He said: "December is a difficult month and it's almost impossible for players to play every game this month - certainly later in the month I have to change some players."
    Manchester City believe they will comply with UEFA's financial fair play break-even rules this season after announcing they reduced their annual loss to £23m in 2013-14.
    The Football League has asked Birmingham City for an explanation of extraordinary comments made on a supporter’s website by club director Peter Pannu.

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    Last Updated: 06,12, 2014- 08:20am

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    Steve Bruce is ready to terminate Hatem Ben Arfa's loan spell at Hull City after dragging him off just 35 minutes into their 3-0 defeat at Manchester United. Bruce is furious with Ben Arfa for his attitude during the clash.
    Nigel Pearson has refused to apologise to a Leicester City supporter despite footage having emerged of him appearing to tell the fan to 'f*** off and die'.
    The Foxes boss admitted he regretted the incident but says he sees 'no need to apologise to someone of that ilk'.
    Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli has been charged by the Football Association for posting an allegedly abusive or insulting image on social media.
    Louis van Gaal will allow his players to have Christmas dinner at home with their families before reporting to Manchester United’s team hotel for the Boxing Day clash with Newcastle at Old Trafford.
    Tottenham Hotspur defender Jan Vertonghen claims that he will not beg the north London club for a new deal at White Hart Lane.
    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is set to rest key man Alexis Sanchez with the in-form Chile international's fitness levels currently in the "red zone".
    daily mirror
    Joe Hart will be the world’s highest-paid keeper when he signs a new £31m deal at Manchester City next week. Manuel Pellegrini confirmed on Friday that England No.1 Hart is very close to agreeing what is *understood to be a five-year contract.
    Jesus Navas insists his Manchester City side are NOT a one-man team – despite Sergio Aguero’s individual heroics.
    Arsene Wenger has called on referee Anthony Taylor to keep Stoke in check and protect Arsenal’s players against Stoke at the Britannia today. Ryan Shawcross fuelled the tensions between the two sides this week, warning the Gunners to expect “a tasty game” in the Potteries.
    Everton head coach Roberto Martinez says that the Toffees star man Ross Barkley will not be affected by playiong against Manchester City on Saturday, despite the champions interest in the English starlet last summer.
    Liverpool want to sign out-of-favour Barcelona right-back Martin Montoya in the January transfer window in order to replace their own departing full-back Glen Johnson.
    Everton, Leicester City and Southampton will all go head to head next month in the battle to land Besiktas midfielder Veli Kavlak.
    Liverpool plan to keep hold of mercurial striker Mario Balotelli in January, despite the possibility of the forward being hit with a ban by The FA, with the Reds set to give the player until the summer to prove his worth.
    the sun
    Nigel Pearson is involved in a new row after he told Leicester fans to stop "bleating" over his F-word rant.
    England goalkeeper Joe Hart is set to hand Man City a major boost by signing a new £110,00- a-week contract.
    Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli is facing a three-match FA ban after his Super Mario Instagram blunder.
    Hull boss Steve Bruce wants to bring a premature end to Newcastle United playmaker Hatem Ben Arfa's season-long loan spell at the KC Stadium.
    daily express
    England goalkeeper Joe Hart has ended speculation over his future by agreeing a lucrative new long-term contract with Manchester City worth about £25 million.
    Mario Balotelli is set to stay at Liverpool after the January transfer window closes despite his latest brush with controversy.
    the guardian
    Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has praised Southampton but refuses to discuss his relationship with Ronald Koeman who he has fallen out with.
    Leicester boss Nigel Pearson refuses to say sorry after a video emerges of a row with a fan.
    Manchester City coach Manuel Pellegrini has confirmed that the champions will shorty announce a new deal for goalkeeper Joe Hart at the City of Manchester Stadium.
    the independent
    Liverpool have no plans whatsoever to offload misfiring striker Mario Balotelli in the January transfer window, even though the Italian has still to find the back of the net for the Reds in the Premier League this season.
    Arsenal will hand injury-prone midfielder Abou Diaby a new contract at the Emirates as long as the Frenchman is able to prove his fitness before the end of the campaign.
    Manchester City keeper Joe Hart will finally put pen to paper on a new five-year contract before the north-west club's crucial Champions League clash at AS Roma on Wednesday night.
    Everton coach Roberto Martinez is confident that Premier League champions Manchester City have no interest in trying to land their highly rated England starlet Ross Barkley.
    Liverpool will keep hold of controversial striker Mario Balotelli at Anfield in January even if the Azzurri star is hit with a lengthy ban by The FA for alleged racist comments.
    the times
    Sunderland coach Gustavo Poyet has ruled out making another move for out-of-favour Liverpool forward Fabio Borini when the transfer window reopens for business again next month.
    Manchester City No. 1 Joe Hart will shortly agree a new whopping £31m five-year deal with the Premier League champions.
    Manchester United head coach Louis van Gaal says that the Red Devils have to dea with being quoted inflated transfer fees when trying to lure players to Old Trafford.

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    Last Updated: 08,12, 2014- 08:22 am

    the sun
    Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere will be out until at least March after having an ankle operation.
    Derby boss Steve McClaren will raid his old club for FC Twente for star striker Luc Castaignos.
    Liverpool target Martin Odegaard, the 15-year old Norway international, will meet Bayern Munich and Ajax before deciding which club to join.
    Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal has claimed that Colombia striker Radamel Falcao is only fit enough to play 20 minutes of football at the moment.
    Sunderland striker Connor Wickham will put pen to paper on a new four-and-a-half-year deal at the Stadium of Light this week.
    Crystal Palace forward Marouane Chamakh says that the Eagles will face a huge battle to keep in-form wide man Yannick Bolasie at Selhurst Park in the January transfer window.
    Despite guiding West Ham United up to third place in the Premier League, manager Sam Allardyce is still in the dark over a new contract at Upton Park.
    Newcastle United are eyeing up a January swoop for Chelsea's veteran backup goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer.
    daily mail
    Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has told friends he will be out of action for a month after suffering knee ligament damage in the 1-0 win over Everton.
    Under-pressure Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson says he is determined to remain in charge of the bottom-of-the-table Foxes despite the club having now gone 10 games without a win after a 2-1 loss at Aston Villa on Sunday.
    daily star
    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has urged misfiring Diego Costa to rediscover his goalscoring mojo after drawing blanks against Sunderland and Newcastle.
    Everton star Ross Barkley is not turning into a diver, insists boss Roberto Martinez. Barkley was booked for simulation against Manchester City.
    Arsenal look like beating arch-rivals Manchester United to the signature of Exeter City starlet Ethan Ampadu when the transfer window reopens for business next month.
    daily mirror
    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is demanding a new spine for his team in January, and the club’s board want to make it happen. Pochettino wants a new centre-back, central midfielder and centre-forward. Napoli's Spain international Raul Albiol and Southampton duo Morgan Schneiderlin and Jay Rodriguez are Spurs' top targets.
    Steve Clarke is in the frame to become the new No 2 at Aston Villa following Roy Keane’s departure.
    Chelsea’s Patrick Bamford will extend his loan at Middlesbrough.
    Hull midfielder Stephen Quinn is set to be awarded a new two-year contract.
    Sunderland manager Gustavo Poyet still wants to bring out-of-favour Liverpool forward Fabio Borini to the Stadium of Light next month after missing out on the Italian last summer.
    daily express
    Richard Dunne has called on Roy Hodgson to pick his QPR team-mate Rob Green for England.
    James Milner says Manchester City can salvage their Champions League campaign even without Sergio Aguero.
    daily telegraph
    Manchester City will have to wait a further 48 hours before learning the full extent of the knee injury picked up by key striker Sergio Aguero in the Premier League against Everton on Saturday.
    The future of Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao is in doubt after coach Louis van Gaal said that he was "not interested" in the Colombia international's reaction to being left out of the Red Devils' starting lineup of late.

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    Last Updated: 11,12, 2014- 08:24 am

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    Liverpool and England winger Raheem Sterling are "nowhere near any agreement" on a new contract, according to a source close to negotiations.
    daily mirror
    Southampton are concerned that France midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin is unwilling to sign a new contract - and could leave St Mary's for either Tottenham or Arsenal.
    Chelsea are monitoring AFC Wimbledon's teenage striker Daniel Agyei, 17.
    Sami Hyypia has been given a stay of execution as Brighton boss after just three wins in 20 matches.
    the sun
    Leicester will launch a record-equalling £10million raid for Anderlecht forward Aleksander Mitrovic, 20 in January.
    daily star
    Curtis Davies has vowed to fight for a future with Hull - despite being wanted by Premier League rivals Sunderland and Leicester.
    Modibo Maiga, who is on loan at Metz, could be sent back to West Ham after going AWOL at the French club.
    Sunderland, Crystal Palace and West Brom are eyeing Toulouse's Ivorian full-back Jean-Daniel Akpa-Akpro, 22.
    Watford are set to cancel Irish midfielder Keith Andrews' loan and send him back to Bolton after a bust-up with boss Slavisa Jokanovic.
    daily mail
    Liverpool are struggling to agree a new contract with Raheem Sterling as the impact of their Champions League exit takes effect.
    Liverpool and Everton are considering making a move for full-back Martin Montoya, 23, after the Spanish full-back revealed he would like to leave Barcelona. Juventus are also thought to be interested.
    Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam is open to the possibility of a move abroad in the future amid links to Real Sociedad.
    Everton manager Roberto Martinez says he has no intention of losing striker Kevin Mirallas.
    daily express
    Liverpool have already held talks with prospective replacements for embattled manager Brendan Rodgers.
    Liverpool's elimination from the Champions League is already having an effect with Raheem Sterling considering his future at the club.
    Fernando Torres could return to Chelsea this January. He is currently on loan at AC Milan.
    Arsenal have joined Liverpool in the race for Borussia Dortmund's Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
    Stefan Johansen has urged Norwegian wonderkid Martin Odegaard to snub Europe's elite and join him at Celtic.
    Juventus have made enquiries into Barcelona's Martin Montoya in a move that could puncture Arsenal and Liverpool's efforts to sign the full-back.
    Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson has held talks with a number of Australian clubs about a talent-swap deal.
    Terry Butcher has withdrawn his interest in the Motherwell job, leaving the door open for Premiership rivals St Mirren to swoop.
    Celtic boss Ronny Deila says only a "crazy" offer would be enough for him to sell Republic of Ireland striker Anthony Stokes to Cardiff City. The Bluebirds are thought to be ready to table a £1.5m offer for the Irishman.
    Shocked Rangers staff were told Christmas had been cancelled yesterday as the financially-stricken club continues to slash costs across the business.

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    Last Updated: 16,12, 2014- 09:14 am

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    Manchester United want David de Gea to sign a £36.4m five-year deal that will make him the richest keeper in history.
    Liverpool’s owners are to carry out a review of the club’s transfer policy, with the club’s transfer committee in the firing line.
    Reading want Steve Clarke to replace Nigel Adkins, who was sacked on Monday, as boss.
    daily mirror
    Chris Hughton is favourite to become the new Reading boss following the dismissal of Nigel Adkins.
    Everton are in the chase for Hull skipper Curtis Davies, who is considering his future after losing his first-team place.
    Emmanuel Adebayor and Benoit Assou-Ekotto lead a list of players Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino would like to offload in January. Midfielder Mousa Dembele is also likely to leave and a swap with Aston Villa for Fabian Delph has been mooted, though Stoke boss Mark Hughes is also keen on the former Fulham man.
    daily star
    Manchester United are weighing up a January bid for Fiorentina's Juan Cuadrado.
    Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is lining up Norwich keeper John Ruddy as a replacement for Simon Mignolet.
    Alex Song has given West Ham hope he will stay at the club beyond his season-long loan deal. “I want to stay,” he told a France-based newspaper.
    West Brom and Bolton are tracking Lorient and Burkino Faso striker Alain Traore.
    Luton have opened talks to sign on-loan QPR defender Michael Harriman.
    daily express
    Defender Ashley Williams is worried what will happen to Swansea if Wilfried Bony’s goals dry up. “It is a worry that if Wilf doesn’t score, we don’t score as a team,” he said.
    Manchester United and Chelsea midfield target Kevin Strootman will not be sold by Italian club Roma in January
    daily mail
    Southampton are apparently ready to rival Manchester United for wantaway Galatasaray midfielder Wesley Sneijder.
    Fernando Torres could be set for an emotional return to boyhood club Atletico Madrid next month.
    Ravel Morrison will be forced to train with West Ham United’s U21 squad after he was sent back from his loan at Cardiff City.
    Stoke City have made an enquiry about PSV Eindhoven winger Zakaria Bakkali, 18.
    Premier League clubs have been alerted to the fact that Fulham are willing to listen to offers for striker Ross McCormack.
    Manchester United are looking at Belgian brothers Indy and Sepp Boonen, 15 and 13 years old respectively.
    QPR are weighing up a January move for Blackburn striker Rudy Gestede.
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    Neymar turned down Manchester City because he didn't fancy playing on England's muddy pitches.

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    Last Updated: 17,12, 2014- 08:17 am

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    Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has insisted he will stay at the club despite reported interest from Real Madrid.
    Tottenham could be the subject of a £1bn takeover from the Qatari government.
    Manchester City could make a £9m move for Netherlands and Galatasaray forward Wesley Sneijder.
    West Brom striker Saido Berahino is reluctant to sign a new deal at the Hawthorns.
    Diafra Sakho has been offered a new £25,000-a-week West Ham contract, just six months into his four-year deal.
    the times
    Manchester City are pondering whether to go back to midfielder James Milner with a final offer after contract negotiations broke down last week.
    Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has confirmed that midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa has no future at the club after the midfielder's loan spell at Hull City ran into difficulties.
    Arsenal are keen on teenager prodigy Martin Odegaard and are trying to tempt the 16-year-old to come to London ahead of Bayern Munich.
    daily mail
    Crystal Palace are trying to bring former Arsenal, Chelsea and England full-back Ashley Cole back to the Premier League on loan from Roma.
    Newcastle will try to bring in Wigan's Ali Al-Habsi as a back-up goalkeeper if he Premier League allow them to bring in a player on an emergency loan deal.
    daily star
    Real Sociedad boss David Moyes hopes to agree a loan deal with his former club Manchester United for Adnan Januzaj.
    West Ham are not planning to offer a new deal to manager Sam Allardyce, who will be out of contract in June.
    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has played down talk of his side winning a quadruple of trophies after their superb start to the season.
    Sunderland and Newcastle are both keen on Burnley striker Danny Ings, who will be a free agent at the end of the season.
    Millwall defender Paul Robinson has opened talks with Portsmouth over a permanent move in January.
    daily mirror
    Liverpool are planning a surprise loan bid for Chelsea back-up keeper Petr Cech in January.
    The Reds could also bring in Barcelona full-back Marin Montoya, although the fee of £18m could cause problems.
    Burnley and Leicester are lining up moves for Crystal Palace striker Dwight Gayle, who has struggled for regular first-time football this season.
    daily express
    Real Madrid are prepared to break the goalkeeping transfer record of £33million to sign Manchester United's David De Gea.
    Both Manchester clubs are ready to make £20million bids for Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic in January.
    Tottenham could offload both Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado to fund a move for Jackson Martinez

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    Last Updated: 22,12, 2014- 07:44 am

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    Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko, who has been linked with a £15m move to the Gunners in January, says: “When I was young, Arsenal was my favourite club. Patrick Vieira was my idol.”
    Hull manager Steve Bruce is considering recalling Tom Ince from his loan spell at Championship club Nottingham Forest.
    QPR manager Harry Redknapp is trying to sign free agent Lassana Diarra. The French midfielder played under Redknapp at Portsmouth.
    Rolando Aarons's contract talks at Newcastle have broken down, putting Manchester City on red alert.
    Tottenham Hotspur and Napoli are interested in signing Aston Villa left-back Aly Cissokho in January.
    Southampton have moved a step closer to landing £4m-rated Werder Bremen wide man Eljero Elia, aka the 'Dutch Balotelli'.
    daily mirror
    Brendan Rodgers is confident Daniel Sturridge will return to the Liverpool first team early in the new year. The striker is having treatment in Los Angeles at present and, according to Rodgers, "he is going to Boston to a specialist unit and should be back in the UK in early January."
    West Ham are on the verge of signing Canadian defender Doneli Henry. The 21-year-old, who is on the books at Apollon Limassol in Cyprus, is currently on loan in the MLS.
    Wesley Sneijder’s chances of moving to the Premier League look like being blocked by his Turkish club Galatasaray.
    Slovenian Gregor Balazic is on the radar of Crystal Palace who are keen to sign the defender who becomes a free agent at the end of December.
    Mats Hummels has branded Borussia Dortmund "pathetic" as he raised major doubts about his future there.
    Chelsea are keeping tabs on Brazilian starlet Malcom.
    Bobby Zamora has called on QPR chiefs to sign up his red-hot strike partner Charlie Austin in a hurry – or risk losing their top asset.
    Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has postponed a move for Jay Rodriguez after the Southampton striker suffered an injury setback. He will now go all out for West Brom’s Saido Berahino
    Barcelona are ready to loan out teenage prospect Adama Traore and Everton could be in pole position.
    Southampton will sign Ryan Bertrand permanently from Chelsea in 2015.
    Aston Villa face a battle to keep Aly Cissokho despite only signing him in the summer as Spurs and Napoli are now interested.
    Crystal Palace are ready to make a January move for Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo.
    daily star
    Chelsea are monitoring the progress of Brazilian sensation Malcolm Silva.
    Spartak Moscow boss Murat Yakin has admitted he is desperate to sign Chelsea flop Mohamed Salah in January.
    Arsenal and Manchester United are targeting Borussia Dortmund’s Mats Hummels.
    daily record
    In his newspaper column, Barry Ferguson describes the decision by Ally McCoist to leave Ibrox as “the saddest day so far in the soap opera that is Rangers.”
    Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara has told his Celtic counterpart Ronny Deila he will not let Stuart Armstrong go cheaply. The 22-year-old scored United’s second goal in their 2-1 victory over the Hoops on Sunday.
    daily express
    Fulham striker Ross McCormack says he is settled at Craven Cottage and does not want to leave during January’s transfer window.
    Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea are plotting summer moves for Barcelona's Sergio Busquets.
    Tony Watt will quit Belgian football in an effort to kick-start his stuttering career with a surprise move to Charlton Athletic.
    daily mail
    Columnist and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp has called Manchester City’s David Silva “a manager’s dream.” He says “in terms of consistency his performances are hard to match. He is a fantastic technical player and City are so much better with him in the side.”
    Steve Bruce is unhappy with Paul McShane’s decision to use social media to discuss his demotion which has left the Republic of Ireland defender training with Hull’s U21 squad.
    Blackpool supporters are calling for chairman Karl Oyston to resign after a flurry of abusive text messages sent to his paying fans.

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    Last Updated: 24,12, 2014- 07:21 am

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    Aston Villa midfeilder Tom Cleverley - on loan from Manchester United - will play a waiting game over his future before he becomes a free agent in the summer.
    Chelsea have the right squad to try to win the quadruple, according to Blues midfielder Nemanja Matic. Manager Jose Mourinho previously dismissed his team's odds of wining the quadruple - the Premier League, the FA Cup, the League Cup, and the Champions League - a feat no English club has ever achieved. Matic is still 'confident', however, that 'everything is possible'.
    Meanwhlie, Arsene Wenger has urged Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker to rise to the criticism of his aerial abilities, after Martin Skrtel won in the air on Sunday to secure a 2-2 draw for Liverpool.
    the independent
    Besiktas are considering a January loan move for Chelsea's 25-year-old winger Mohamed Salah.
    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says recent praise from his predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson has put him under pressure to deliver reults for the club. Ferguson had said of Van Gaal: "I don't know how he can expect to be getting the best results wih the injuries he's had."
    the guardian
    The Indian Super League is now the fourth highest attended football league in the world, after just its first season of operation.
    Atletico de Kolkata won the inaugural title after defeating Kerala Blasters, courtesy of a goal from Atletico's Mohammed Rafique. The league final had a famous cricketing flavour, with Atletico co-owned by Sourav Ganguly and the Blasters co-owned by Sachin Tendulkar.
    daily express
    Striker Edinson Cavani, 27, could be on his way to Arsenal in a £50m move next month, with Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc reportedly having run out of patience with him.
    daily mail
    French side Nice want to sign midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa from Newcastle, after Hull City cut short a loan deal with the 27-year-old.
    Manchester United could face a battle to retain a string of their most highly-rated young players in 2015.
    the sun
    Exiled Manchester City midfielder Scott Sinclair, 25, could be set for a move to Premier League rivals Crystal Palace.
    West Brom manager Alan Irvine says the club are braced for bids for 21-year-old star striker Saido Berahino.
    Chelsea's Eden Hazard says the Blues will win the title if they are top in January. Chelsea will play West Ham, Southampton and Tottenham over the Chirstmas period, and Hazard said: "If we can stay top until the end of the holidays, then it will all be the better for us."
    Also, Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois can become the "best goalkeeper ever in football history", according to former Atletico Madrid team-mate Filipe Luis.
    In-form West Ham striker Andy Carroll believes manager Sam Allardyce has the team playing a style of football that could see them defeat Chelsea on Boxing Day, despite West Ham sitting 11 points behind them on the table.
    daily mirror
    Louis van Gaal has refused to deny Manchester United's interest in Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.
    Tottenham midfielder Paulinho is set for a January switch to Inter Milan as Tottenham eye a swoop for West Brom frontman Saido Berahino.
    Arsenal are watching Nantes' France Under-21 midfielder Jordan Veretout.
    Striker Jermain Defoe is set on a Premier League return with QPR after his MLS move turns sour.
    West Ham chairman David Sullivan insists NO stars will be sold in January.
    Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones has told the "indefinitely" dropped Simon Mignolet that he won't give up the No 1 jersey without a fight.
    Nemanja Matic says Chelsea could win an unprecedented quadruple this season.
    Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal's defence has no "leadership" - and players don't talk to each other.
    West Ham will delay contract talks with boss Sam Allardyce until the end of the season.
    Sky Bet Championship side Brighton have asked MK Dons for permission to speak to manager Karl Robinson.
    daily star
    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini wants to sign Croatia and Atletico Madrid striker Mario Mandzukic in a £25m deal. City are currently counting the cost of injuries to Sergio Aguero, Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic.
    Petr Cech's agent has confirmed talks have taken place between the out-of-favour Chelsea goalkeeper and European champions Real Madrid.
    Meanwhile, Arsene Wenger has called for a leader to step up at Arsenal to repair the organisational and communication problems that were evident against Liverpool on Sunday. "It's important to have someone organising," he said. "You need someone to take the leadership there."
    Also, Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones will use his new-found place in the starting line-up to press for a new deal to keep him at Anfield. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers previously said Jones was in the side for an "indefinite" period.
    daily record
    Recently appointed Rangers stand-in boss Kenny McDowall has admitted his new post is tarnished and that he is anguished about replacing Ally McCoist.
    McDowall was McCoist's number two, and the new manager said it was a "sad day" to say farewell to McCoist at Murray Park.
    Also, an email has revealed how Ibrox chairman David Somers feared he would be fired from the board if Mike Ashley lost his Rangers power struggle with Dave King. The email reportedly describes how Barnes is uged not to lose a deal to bail out Rangers as Sports Direct chief Ashley fought off a rival £16m funding offer from King in October.
    Meanwhile, Celtic boss Ronny Delia is rushing to to strike permanent deals with players John Guidetti and Kris Commons. Delia said while he had an eye on new faces in the transfer window, "keeping palyers is more important to get consistency".

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    Last Updated: 26,12, 2014- 07:27 am

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    Arsene Wenger has put Celtic's Dutch wing-back Virgil van Dijk top of his hit-list.
    Brendan Rodgers is set to make Mario Balotelli an Anfield outcast.
    Fernando Torres is set for a return to Atletico Madrid - the club where he launched his career.
    Reading boss Steve Clarke fears Glenn Murray could be playing one of his final games for the club today.
    daily mirror
    Sergio Aguero is set to give Manchester City a huge new year bonus by recovering from injury quicker than expected.
    Neil Warnock is ready to offer Glenn Murray a Crystal Palace lifeline.
    Stoke expect to complete the signing of Barcelona midfielder Sergi Roberto.
    daily star
    Louis van Gaal has set his sights on winning the title this season.
    Manuel Pellegrini admits Frank Lampard's future is out of his hands.
    Paul Lambert is confident he won't be feeling blue after the January sales.
    daily mail
    Ronny Deila is adamant Virgil van Dijk won't be leaving Celtic next month - despite Sunderland weighing up an £8million offer for the star defender.
    Crystal Palace has targeted Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis is a £6million move while Neil Warnock's search for a left-back has seen him identify Palermo's Achraf Lazaar.
    daily express
    Liverpool want to sign James Milner on a free transfer this summer.
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    Liverpool will dig up the Anfield pitch at the request of manager Brendan Rodgers because he believes it undermines his team's passing game.

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    John Terry will sign a one-year extension to his Chelsea contract after Jose Mourinho revealed that it is now "a formality".
    Arsenal are preparing to go back to Sporting Lisbon with a £20million offer for Portugal holding midfielder William Carvalho.
    Chelsea have confirmed that striker Fernando Torres has been bought on a permanent basis by AC Milan - but will join Atletico Madrid on loan from January.
    Crystal Palace have a wide-ranging list of possible candidates to replace manager Neil Warnock, who was sacked on Saturday. The list includes Derby's Steve McClaren, ex-Porto boss Vitor Pereira and former Palace players Tony Popovic and Gareth Southgate.
    Manchester City continue to look in to the viability of signing Lionel Messi.
    Roberto Martinez is the next Premier League manager who faces the axe with Steve McClaren being lined up to replace him at Everton.
    Inter Milan are hopeful of concluding a loan deal for Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah. The Italian giants are also keen to sign Lukas Podolski but Arsenal would prefer to loan them 21-year-old French striker Yaya Sanogo.
    Manchester United will activate a one-year extension of Michael Carrick's £130,000-a-week contract to keep the midfielder at Old Trafford beyond the summer.
    Manchester United midfielder Nick Powell, 20, is in discussions over a loan move to Bolton.
    QPR boss Harry Redknapp is ready to offer Andros Townsend an escape route out of White Hart Lane, where he has fallen out of favour this season.
    Hamburg have joined Nice by showing interest in Newcastle winger Hatem Ben Arfa who is free to leave the north-east after failing to impress on loan at Hull City.
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    Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish will beg Tony Pulis to return to the club.
    Everton want to lift Adnan Januzaj, 19, out of his Old Trafford frustration. Goodison boss Roberto Martinez is confident of signing the Belgian on loan in January.
    Arsenal's Tomas Rosicky, 34, is a target for Olympiakos. The Greeks want the Czech for a knockdown £2m in January.
    Sunderland want Gus Poyet to sign a new contract but he will look for more power to buy players before agreeing to any deal.
    Southampton could make a January move for Blackburn striker Jordan Rhodes, 24.
    Swansea boss Garry Monk has put Seville's Timothee Kolodziejczak top of his emergency hit list. Monk's spies have reopened the file on the French left-back as they fear losing Neil Taylor, who interests Crystal Palace.
    Derby boss Steve McClaren wants CSKA Moscow's giant Czech striker Tomas Necid, who is on loan at Dutch side Zwolle.
    Bolton manager Neil Lennon wants a reunion with Celtic's Kris Commons, 31, in a pre-contract swoop. Lennon can talk to the winger from New Year's Day and is ready to offer him a two-year deal.
    sunday mirror
    Real Madrid are demanding David De Gea in part-exchange if Manchester United want to sign Gareth Bale.
    Former Crystal Palace captain Tony Popovic is being lined up to replace Neil Warnock at Selhurst Park.
    Manchester City's plan to keep Frank Lampard at the Etihad has hit New York City's season-ticket sales.
    Newcastle will have to pay off outcast Hatem Ben Arfa's contract to stop the French winger from returning to St James' Park after Hull ended the 27-year-old's loan spell early.
    Arsene Wenger is set to make a shock move for St Etienne captain Loic Perrin in the winter transfer window.
    Vedran Corluka is on the verge of returning to the Premier League with West Ham, Southampton, Hull and Everton monitoring the Croatia defender's situation at Lokomotiv Moscow. The Russians want around £4.8m for him.
    Paul Ince is poised to return to football at Leyton Orient to assist manager Fabio Liverani.
    Chelsea have confirmed that AC Milan will sign Fernando Torres on a permanent deal when the transfer window opens next month.
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    West Ham will listen to loan offers for striker Mauro Zarate.
    Arsenal and Tottenham are among a number of top-flight clubs sending scouts to watch Barnsley defender Mason Holgate.
    Manchester United are tracking young Brazilian forward Gabriel Barbosa.
    daily star sunday
    Liverpool are planning are £15m double raid for Aston Villa pair Fabian Delph and Ron Vlaar.
    Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is ready to rescue Nemanja Vidic from his Inter Milan hell.
    Chelsea are ready to offer John Terry a new one year, £175,000-a-week deal.
    Italian giants Roma and Inter are locked in a tussle land unhappy Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski, 29.
    Chelsea are lining up a bargain up a bargain £6m swoop for Spanish wonderkid Dani Ceballos, 18, from Real Betis.
    QPR boss Harry Redknapp is trying to sign midfielder Cristian Rodriguez, 29, from Atletico Madrid.
    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is ready to bid £20m to land Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk, 23.
    James Milner would love to sit round the festive table - and tuck into a juicy new contract.
    sunday express
    James Milner has told Manchester City to come up with a contract to prevent him from walking away on a free transfer in the summer.
    Mario Balotelli is staying put on Merseyside - despite rumours of a move abroad - according to Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers.
    Tim Sherwood last night emerged as favourite to take over as Crystal Palace manager after Neil Warnock became the first Premier League boss to be fired this season.
    Real Madrid will insist that Manchester United include David De Gea in a deal for Gareth Bale in the summer.
    sunday telegraph
    West Ham co-owner David Sullivan admits that he could lose manager Sam Allardyce at the end of the season - when his current deal runs out - because the chairman wants to stick to his policy of not negotiating with a manager until the summer.
    Tottenham look poised to get the January transfer window rolling with a bid of more than £10 million for West Brom striker Saido Berahino but it does not look like it will be a busy month of big-money deals in the Premier League.
    Nick Powell is heading back to Manchester United after Nigel Pearson opted to rip up his loan deal at Leicester City.
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    Manchester United are ready to let Adnan Januzaj leave on loan, with Paris Saint-Germain emerging as the club where the 19-year-old believes he will be playing from next month.


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