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Paper Talk - 15 January 2012


  • Manchester United are struggling to agree new contracts with Danny Welbeck, Paul Pogba and Ravel Morrison.

  • Mark Hughes believes he can tempt Birmingham to part with goalkeeper Ben Foster.

  • Neil Warnock could make a swift return to football at Ipswich.

  • Aston Villa will test Liverpool's resolve to hang on to striker Andy Carroll in the summer - and could offer Darren Bent as part of the deal.

  • Liverpool are continuing their hunt for firepower with Spanish striker Fernando Llorente a possible target.

  • David Bentley is going to make a summer loan move to the MLS.

  • Bolton could loan out midfielder Sean Davis to a Championship club.

  • Swindon winger Matt Ritchie is a target for Reading, Crystal Palace and Sheffield Wednesday.

  • Crystal Palace will move for Nottingham Forest defender Brendan Moloney if they lose Nathaniel Clyne to Newcastle or Fulham.

  • Fulham's Matthew Briggs is to join Bristol City on loan.

  • Wolves have earmarked Bolton's Kevin Davies as a potential January signing.

  • Huddersfield are to offer Jordan Rhodes a new deal - and will put a fixed price on his head.

  • Tottenham are the latest club to watch Cardiff midfielder Joe Ralls.

  • Hull have warned Leicester against making a third bid for Cameron Stewart.

  • Grimsby striker Liam Hearn is being watched by a number of clubs including Chelsea and Reading.

Daily Star Sunday

  • Juventus are planning a £36million double raid on Manchester City for Edin Dzeko and Aleksandar Kolarov.

  • Harr Redknapp will get a £60million transfer warchest if he stays at Tottenham in the summer.

  • Spurs will move for Chris Samba after seeing Gary Cahill finally join Chelsea.

  • Leeds are planning to make a loan move for Eric Lichaj this week.

  • Middlesbrough, Hull and Ipswich all want Derby midfielder Paul Green.

  • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has denied he wants to leave Arsenal.

  • Manchester City have snapped-up Real Madrid whizz-kid Jose Angel Pozo in a deal that could eventually be worth £5million.

  • Manchester United youngster Ravel Morrison is a shock target of European champions Barcelona.

Sunday Mirror

  • Joey Barton is set to be the first casualty of Mark Hughes' QPR revolution.

  • Leeds and Ipswich could offer Neil Warnock a swift return to football.

  • Alan Shearer has turned down the change to become the new manager of Bristol Rovers.

  • Arsene Wenger could enter the race to sign Ravel Morrison.

  • Roberto Mancini fears Mancheser City's title bid is being undermined by the club's refusal to hand him more transfer cash.

  • Salomon Kalou will resist attempts by Chelsea to sell him in the transfer window.

  • Bolton watched Leeds pair Adam Clayton and Tom Lees during the FA Cup defeat at Arsenal.

  • No fewer than seven Premier League clubs are monitoring Cardiff's Joe Ralls.

  • Wigan have issued a hands off warning to clubs interested in Victor Moses and James McCarthy.

  • Stephen Ireland is QPR's next target after Tottenham rejected their bid for Steven Pienaar.

Sunday Express

  • Liverpool have rejected an Aston Villa enquiry over striker Andy Carroll.

  • PSG could come to Carlos Tevez's rescue as it seems any hopes of a move to Italy have fallen through.

  • Spurs boss Harry Redknapp will fly to France today as he steps up his bid to sign Marseille striker Loic Remy.

Mail On Sunday

  • Arsene Wenger is refusing to step into the transfer market because of Arsenal's current injury crisis.

  • Nicolas Burdisso is set to be Manchester City's only signing of the transfer window.

  • Tottenham have targeted Loic Remy and Tim Krul as their main January targets.

The Sun

  • Anderlecht's 23-year-old Argentine striker Matias Suarez has snubbed a move to Arsenal.

  • Tottenham want 24-year-old keeper Javi Jimenez on loan from Spanish club Real Murcia.

Sunday Mail

  • Seething St Johnstone boss Steve Lomas has branded Rangers small-time as he laid into them over their handling of the Fran Sandaza deal.

  • Neil Lennon has slapped a £35million price tag on Gary Hooper. 


  • German wonderkid Julian Draxler is being lined up by Arsenal as a potential replacement for misfiring Russian Andrei Arshavin.

The Guardian

  • Mark Hughes wants Henrique , a 20-year-old Brazilian striker who won the golden shoe at last summer's under-20 World Cup, to spearhead his rebuilding of Queens Park Rangers.

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