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The FA Cup Fourth Round

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Stoke are being linked to a possible January swoop for Portsmouth ace Jed Wallace and Leeds are tracking Manchester United striker Will Keane.

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Arsenal club captain Thomas Vermaelen has hinted he may seek a move away from the Emirates Stadium if first-team opportunities remain hard to come by.

France and Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane has praised Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho for his 'personality and charisma'.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Manchester City have received a boost after striker Sergio Aguero was rested from Argentina's final World Cup qualifying game, while Ivory Coast ace Yaya Toure is also back with the Blues.

Wilfried Zaha looks to be moving closer to a loan move away from Manchester United.

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Mark Bosnich reckons Australia should ask Sir Alex Ferguson to be the Socceroos' next manager.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Daniel Sturridge admits he's fuelled by a burning desire to sample the unique experience of a World Cup in Brazil.

Gareth Barry is delighted by the fans' reaction to his arrival at Everton.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Vurnon Anita last night claimed the memory of the St James' Park thrashing by Liverpool will inspire Newcastle United this weekend.

Newcastle United captain Fabricio Coloccini has withdrawn from the Argentina squad after a muscle injury in training.

Emanuele Giaccherini is hoping his decision to join Sunderland from Serie A champions Juventus will help earn him a place in the Italy squad for the World Cup.

THE JOURNAL

Jozy Altidore has told Gus Poyet not to let Sunderland's relegation battle distract him from the rebuilding job in hand.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Jonas Olsson has pulled out of the Sweden squad for 'personal reasons' but is not a doubt for West Brom's weekend clash with Stoke City.

EXPRESS & STAR

Bakary Sako was today confirmed to return to action for Wolves against Coventry on Saturday.

Victor Anichebe says West Brom are set for another memorable Premier League campaign.

THE SENTINEL

Stoke are being linked to a possible January swoop for Portsmouth teenager Jed Wallace.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Swansea have fingers crossed that Ben Davies will face Sunderland - but skipper Ashley Williams may be forced to sit out again.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Hull City are hoping to conclude a deal to tie star striker Sone Aluko to a new long-term deal at the KC Stadium this week.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Leeds United boss Brian McDermott is expected to intensify his efforts in the coming days to bring in a new striker - with young Manchester United frontman Will Keane the latest name to be linked.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Former head of recruitment at Cardiff City, Iain Moody, could be a strong candidate to join the new set-up at Derby County.

NOTTINGHAM POST

Bakary Sako will not try to force Wolves into selling him to Nottingham Forest.

LEICESTER MERCURY

The spirit within the Leicester City camp is the best it has been for at least three years, defender Paul Konchesky believes.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Danny Ings is set to miss out on a second England Under 21 cap tonight because of an injury scare.

Blackburn managing director Derek Shaw has admitted the club could face a transfer embargo under the Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules if Rovers do not win promotion from the Championship this season.

BOLTON NEWS

Millwall are planning to recall Liam Feeney in a fortnight unless Bolton come up with a quick deal to sign him on a permanent basis.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

Blackpool boss Paul Ince has described his five-game stadium ban as "very, very harsh".

THE STAR

Sheffield United's hierarchy were last night locked in top level talks as the search for the League One club's new manager approaches end-game.

Sheffield Wednesday, who last night signed Arsenal goalkeeper Damian Martinez on loan, have been rocked by the news that David Prutton faces four to six weeks on the sidelines.

THE ARGUS

Brighton are still hopeful of signing a striker on loan before Saturday's return to action against Yeovil.

EVENING TIMES

Neil Lennon today admitted he had doubts over whether Kris Commons could hack it at Champions League level.

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