Paper Talk: Neymar in no rush to move

Neymar is in no rush to leave Santos despite interest from Barcelona, Real Madrid and Chelsea, while QPR's Loic Remy is out for two months.

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Neymar: Is in no rush to leave Santos

Neymar: Is in no rush to leave Santos

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Neymar is in no rush to leave Santos despite interest from Barcelona, Real Madrid and Chelsea.

AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani believes Mario Balotelli is as good as Lionel Messi.

Peter Odemwingie can expect a frosty reception from his West Brom team-mates when they return to training this week.

DAILY MIRROR

QPR striker Loic Remy is out for two months - leaving Harry Redknapp fuming at the club's failure to sign Peter Odemwingie.

Arsenal misfit Andre Santos turned down a move to Galatasaray - but the Turkish club are likely to try again in the summer.

Leeds will launch a fresh attempt to land Chris Burke when the loan window opens this week.

Steve Cotterill is in line for a return to Nottingham to take charge of Notts County.

Steven Reid says Peter Odemwingie's West Brom team-mates will only accept him back if the club order them to.

DAILY STAR

Peter Odemwingie was back training at West Brom yesterday.

England Under-21 coach Stuart Pearce expects talks over a new contract to be held over until the summer.

DAILY MAIL

QPR are still locked in a pay-off dispute with former manager Mark Hughes, who is chasing the £4.5million left on his contract.

Stuart Pearce's future as England Under-21 coach has been cast in doubt.

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