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Chelsea will revive their interest in signing Wayne Rooney from Manchester United, with the 28-year-old's contract due to expire in 18 months.

Hull City want to sign Sunderland's 28-year-old midfielder Seb Larsson.

Manchester United are stepping up their interest in Sporting Lisbon and Portugal midfielder William Carvalho.

Arsene Wenger is ready to do battle with Jose Mourinho over French prospect Kurt Zouma.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke has been told he will get no new transfer funds for signings in January.

Liverpool are exploring the prospect of landing Swedish star Ola Toivonen on loan until the end of the season.

THE SUN

David Gold says West Ham blundered by not buying another striker - then handed boss Sam Allardyce the vote of confidence.

David Moyes has read the riot act to Ashley Young over his diving.

Newcastle and Southampton will have to wait until the summer to sign Anderlecht's Cheikhou Kouyate.

Wigan boss Uwe Rosler plans to make Aussie Patrick Antelmi his first signing.

Ryan Williams will extend his loan at Oxford until May.

Saint-Etienne say they are willing to cash in on Man City and Chelsea target Kurt Zouma.

WBA boss Steve Clarke will get no cash for January transfers.

Everton defender Leighton Baines will return from injury ahead of schedule.

Keeper David Forde is in talks with Millwall over a new deal.

Hull are eyeing a £5m swoop for Sunderland midfielder Seb Larsson.

Barnsley will give caretaker manager Micky Mellon a shot at making the position his own.

Luke Rooney has had his Swindon contract torn up.

Norwich have beaten Everton to the signing of Bristol Rovers starlet Olly Mehew, 16.

Birmingham have recalled Will Packwood from Bristol Rovers.

Crawley boss John Gregory is set to make Paul Hayes his first signing.

Chesterfield's Gary Roberts is out for six weeks.

DAILY MAIL

Wayne Rooney's representatives have shelved talks with Manchester United about a new contract amid growing unrest at Old Trafford

Tottenham are expected to pursue their interest in Blackpool's Tom Ince this January

Nemanja Matic's agent is due in London for talks with former club Chelsea

Arsenal target Tonny Sanabria looks to have snubbed the Gunners in favour of a move to Roma

Fulham fear Man United and Liverpool will swoop for starlets Moussa Dembele and Patrick Roberts during the transfer window .

Roma look to have taken Paraguay international striker Tonny Sanabria from the clutches of Arsenal.

Hull boss Steve Bruce's search for a striker has led him back to an old favourite in Georgios Samaras of Celtic.

Celtic's flirtation with Burnley striker Danny Ings may be short and sweet with the Championship side valuing him around £7million.

Burnley are poised to hold talks this week with the representative of Sylvan Ebanks-Blake before he meets up with Leicester.

THE GUARDIAN

Ashley Young knows he has a reputation for diving but the 28-year-old Manchester United winger will not apologise for his actions.

DAILY EXPRESS

Wayne Rooney tops the rich list of English-born footballers with an estimated fortune of £45m.

Steve Clarke has been dealt a blow after it emerged that West Brom plan to keep their cheque book shut in January.

Tottenham are set to loan Erik Lamela to Atletico Madrid in January.

Barcelona are set to rekindle their interest in David Luiz.

Tottenham remain favourites to sign Dimitar Berbatov ahead of Arsenal and West Ham.

DAILY STAR

Wayne Rooney has topped the latest rich list of English-born Premier League stars.

Chelsea will offer Kevin De Bruyne as part of a deal to tempt Schalke to part with Draxler.

Lionel Messi rejected a move to Manchester United in the summer.

Manchester United are fighting it out to sign Bulgarian teen sensation Stefan Velkov.

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