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Paper Talk: Liverpool target Ben Arfa

Liverpool are tracking Newcastle star Hatem Ben Arfa, while West Ham could move for Vitesse Arnhem's Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Bony.

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Hatem Ben Arfa: Reportedly being eyed by Liverpool

Hatem Ben Arfa: Reportedly being eyed by Liverpool

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THE SUN

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is making plans for life without Andy Carroll by lining up a move for Ivory Coast star Wilfried Bony.

DAILY STAR

Brazil superstar Neymar could be coming to the Premier League after the World Cup next year.

Luiz Felipe Scolari admitted it hurt to turn down England but reckons his chance will come again one day.

Asmir Begovic admits he expects to be sold in the summer - but insists he has not already agreed to join Manchester United.

DAILY MIRROR

Cash-strapped Swindon are ready to sack manager Paulo Di Canio - because he is too expensive.

Roberto Martinez wants Portugal right-back Miguel Monteiro - to fill the gap in his Wigan side.

Blackpool hope Billy Davies will become the new Bloomfield Road boss - after 19 months of self-imposed exile.

Blackburn are hoping to snap up Australian striker Dimitri Petratos.

Fabricio Coloccini has admitted he came within hours of walking out on Newcastle.

Peter Odemwingie has escaped a fine for his deadline day drive to QPR.

DAILY EXPRESS

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is tracking Hatem Ben Arfa in a move which could complicate Newcastle's interest in re-signing Andy Carroll.

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