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Paper Talk - 22 January 2012

Sunday Mirror

  • Manchester City must pay a world-record £150million fee to lure Gareth Bale from Tottenham.

  • Rafael van der Vaart has urged Bale to stay at Spurs and help the club challenge for the title over the coming years.

  • Harry Redknapp has cranked up the pressure on Roberto Mancini by saying failure to deliver trophies this season could cost the Man City boss his job.

  • Nigel Reo-Coker blasted Craig Bellamy last night after they clashed at the Reebok.

  • Arsene Wenger has held showdown talks with his Arsenal players ahead of the clash with Manchester United.

  • Carlos Tevez is ready to take on Manchester City in a game of brinkmanship to secure his move to AC Milan.

  • Newcastle are keen to tie Danny Guthrie and Fabricio Coloccini to new contracts.

  • Blackburn will not sell Chris Samba this month at any price.

  • Roma want out-of-favour Spurs right-back Vedran Corluka on loan.

  • Juventus have emerged as favourites to sign Manchester United's Paul Pogba.

  • Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson insists Dimitar Berbatov is staying at Old Trafford.

  • Lazio have joined the chase for Manchester United and Liverpool target Ricky van Wolfswinkel.

  • Liverpool are trying to sign Juventus winger Milos Krasic on loan.

Mail On Sunday

  • Luka Modric, the brilliant Croatia midfielder who has masterminded Tottenham's emergence as title contenders, is now Manchester United's No 1 £50million transfer target for the summer.

  • Emile Heskey heads a list of players leaving Aston Villa this summer, after costing the club £1million a goal.

  • Spurs are readying a £7million bid for Celtic winger James Forrest.

Sunday Express

  • Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is determined that nothing will stop his club's quest for their first title since 1968 and insists he will keep on upsetting his "jealous" rivals.

  • Fulham boss Martin Jol last night issued a hands-off warning to clubs tracking his hat-trick hero Clint Dempsey.

  • Kenny Dalglish has warned his players he will kick them out of Liverpool if there is a repeat of last night's defeat at Bolton.

  • Stoke boss Tony Pulis has told Kenwyne Jones to forget about a multi-million pay-day with Saudi side Al-Hilal.

  • Steve Kean insists Chris Samba will not be allowed to leave Blackburn.


  • John Terry will not duck Saturday's powderkeg FA Cup clash just four days before he is in court accused of racially abusing QPR's Anton Ferdinand.

  • Inter Milan and Real Madrid are lining up summer bids for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.

  • Chelsea are stepping up their interest in Lille playmaker Eden Hazard.

  • Nedum Onouha is set to snub a move to QPR in favour of joining Everton.

  • Real Madrid are keeping a close eye on Danny Welbeck's contract wrangle at Manchester United.

  • Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed Manchester United scouted Robin van Persie during his early days at Feyenoord but didn't follow up their interest in the striker.

  • Steve Kean has survived a plot to sack him by senior staff within Blackburn.

  • Southampton are ready to go head to head with West Ham for Huddersfield hot-shot Jordan Rhodes.

  • Spurs are lining up a move for Swansea playmaker Joe Allen.

  • Emile Heskey leads a quartet of highly-paid stars set to leave Aston Villa this summer.

  • Blackburn are considering a move for Brazil midfielder Richarlyson.

  • Everton boss David Moyes could be forced to sell another key asset at the end of the season, with Leighton Baines, Phil Jagielka and Jack Rodwell all targets for rival clubs.

  • West Brom boss Roy Hodgson is planning a raid on his former club Fulham for Brede Hangeland and Damien Duff.

  • Rookie Denmark defender Jores Okore is a target for both Manchester Clubs as well as Spurs, Liverpool and Newcastle.

  • Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill has his eyes on Valencia striker Aritz Aduriz.

Daily Star Sunday

  • Chris Samba aims to double his money at his next club.

  • Lille have sparked a £25million transfer battle after declaring they are willing to sell Eden Hazard this month.

  • Newcastle could have bought Sunderland's James McClean last summer - but didn't think he could hack it in the Premier League.

  • Roberto Mancini has vowed to defend Manchester City against "jealous" critics.

  • Roma and West Ham are interested in Spurs defender Vedran Corluka.

  • Manchester United contract rebel Ravel Morrison has denied demanding a new deal worth £30,000 a week.

The Observer

  • Sir Alex Ferguson believes Robin van Persie is now as important to Arsenal as Lionel Messi is to Barcelona.

  • Portsmouth have been issued with a petition to be wound up by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.

Sunday Telegraph

  • Kenny Dalglish, the Liverpool manager, threatened to get rid of disrespectful players after his side's surprisingly emphatic defeat at Bolton.

Sunday Times

  • Kenny Dalglish has threatened a clear-out of Liverpool's under-performing players.


  • United, Spurs and Arsenal are on alert after Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen hinted the Dutch giants were open to a January move.

  • Fulham have agreed terms with Catania striker Max Lopez, but AC Milan could gazump them.

Manchester Evening News

  • Sir Alex Ferguson is in talks with Crystal Palace over a £3m move for defender Nathaniel Clyne


  • Liverpool are "in pole position" to sign Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic


  • Liverpool are lining up an £8m bid for Real Madrid midfielder Esteban Granero.

Sunderland Echo

  • Martin O'Neill has revealed he has knocked back several loan approaches for Ji-Dong Won, and says the South Korean will not be leaving.

Sunday Mercury

  • Wolves are weighing up loan moves for Stoke's Cameron Jerome and Hamburg's Michael Mancienne.

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