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Christian Benteke is a target for Man United, Jack Butland is to join Sheffield Wednesday on loan, and Arsenal are to bring in Ciprian Marica.

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Christian Benteke: Wanted by Manchester United

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Mesut Ozil insists he would've joined Arsenal for nothing.

Arsenal are set to sign free agent Ciprian Marica.

Fulham flop Mahamadou Diarra has been thrown a lifeline at the club.

Fabio Coentrao insists he is at the world's best team after his switch to Manchester United was KO'd at the last minute.

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United boss David Moyes wants Aston Villa's Belgian 'beast' Christian Benteke to be his next No.9.

Nani claims David Moyes convinced him to stay at Manchester United.

Sheffield Wednesday are chasing loan deals for Swansea striker Leroy Lita and Southampton's Billy Sharp.

Stoke keeper Jack Butland is set to join Sheffield Wednesday when the loan window opens this week.

Aston Villa right-back Alan Hutton is a loan target for Blackpool.Blackburn are trying to snap up Crystal Palace forward Aaron Wilbraham on loan.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon will make a new bid for Peterborough striker Lee Tomlin in January.

DAILY MAIL

Kyle Walker issued a grovelling apology last night after embarrassing the England team by inhaling the legal but potentially deadly 'hippy crack' drug nitrous oxide from a balloon on a night out in Sheffield in June.

Former Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has emerged as favourite to replace Republic of Ireland's embattled coach Giovanni Trapattoni.

Real Madrid assistant coach Zinedine Zidane has dubbed the astronomical transfer fee his club paid for Gareth Bale 'incomprehensible' in the current economic climate.

DAILY EXPRESS

Mahamadou Diarra has been given a Premier League chance at Fulham.

Fabio Coentrao says he is focused on proving his worth at Real Madrid despite almost joining Manchester United on deadline day.

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