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Fabricio Coloccini could be set to stay at Newcastle after all, while West Ham are hopeful of keeping Mohamed Diame at Upton Park.

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Wilfried Zaha will have a medical at Manchester United in the next 48 hours before completing a £15million move from Crystal Palace.

West Ham remain hopeful Mohamed Diame will not be leaving during the January transfer window.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Premier League leaders Manchester United are closing in on a deal for 20-year-old Wilfried Zaha with the winger heading north for a medical.

Manchester City are unmoved by talk that the two Milan clubs are in the hunt for their strike duo Edin Dzeko and Mario Balotelli.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Liverpool have increased their offer for Philippe Coutinho to 9million Euros (£7.6million) as they look to wrap up a deal for the Inter Milan attacking midfielder.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United will turn their attentions to Bastia teenager Florian Thauvin in the final week of the transfer window.

United will look to offload troubled striker Nile Ranger following the arrival of Bordeaux star Yoan Gouffran.

Moussa Sissoko has made it clear that he wants to make the move to Newcastle United this month.

THE JOURNAL

Newcastle United believe they have secured the signing of Moussa Sissoko on a pre-contract agreement - but still want to broker a deal for the Toulouse midfielder to play the second half of the season on Tyneside.

Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa last night stated his intention to win trophies with Newcastle United - and refused to even contemplate being involved in a relegation fight this season.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Martin O'Neill insists he has had no contact with basement boys QPR over a January move for Sunderland defender Titus Bramble.

Kader Mangane is working on his match fitness this week, knowing he could win a permanent deal at Sunderland if he proves his worth over the next few months.

EVENING GAZETTE

Tony Mowbray has no immediate plans to offer Barry Robson a new Boro deal.

NORTHERN ECHO

Fabricio Coloccini is set to stay at Newcastle United this month after Argentinian club San Lorenzo admitted they had been unable to agree a deal for the centre-half.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Birmingham City boss Lee Clark faces a summer Blues exodus with 19 players out of contract.

EXPRESS & STAR

Wolves were today hopeful of a deal to bring out-of-favour Aston Villa left-back Stephen Warnock to Molineux on loan.

New sporting chief Richard Garlick today revealed West Brom already have a summer transfer hit-list - but confirmed January signings are unlikely.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Max Gradel is back on Leeds United's radar after the Elland Road club made the first move towards recapturing their one-time player of the year.

Leeds United are closing in on a deal to sign former Portsmouth striker Aruna Dindane - who is understood to be in Yorkshire today to meet with club officials.

THE DAILY ECHO

Saints midfielder Jason Puncheon believes Rickie Lambert deserves an England call-up.

THE SENTINEL

Dean Whitehead is back under starter's orders to fill in at full back for Stoke City's big FA Cup clash against Manchester City on Saturday.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Gary Caldwell has backed Shaun Maloney to fire Wigan Athletic out of relegation danger - for the second year in a row.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Kevin Davies has taken his first step towards a coaching career by successfully completing his UEFA B License.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Palermo are set to sign Blackburn Rovers playmaker Mauro Formica - with the Argentine set for a medical in Italy this afternoon.

THE STAR

Cardiff midfield man Stephen McPhail is a likely target for the Owls - but one man who has already re-established a link with Dave Jones is Robbie Fowler. The former Bluebirds striker has been keeping his fitness ticking over by doing some training at Middlewood.

THE SCOTSMAN

Rangers supporters have given their backing to proposed plans to sell the naming rights to the club's Ibrox stadium.

The prospect of Norwich City meeting Celtic's valuation of Gary Hooper appeared to fade a little last night when Canaries manager Chris Hughton insisted his club will not break the bank to bolster their squad.

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