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Paper Talk: Liverpool look at Hernandez

Liverpool are looking at Uruguay international striker Abel Hernandez, while Fabio Coentrao is Tottenham's top January transfer target.

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Abel Hernandez: A January target for Liverpool

Abel Hernandez: A January target for Liverpool

DAILY MIRROR

Wayne Rooney feels Manchester United's games against Liverpool are more important than meetings with local rivals Manchester City.

Meanwhile, Juventus are set to offer midfielder Claudio Marchisio a new deal to fend off interest from United.

Jose Mourinho admits he is struggling to change Chelsea's style AND find a winning formula.

QPR boss Harry Redknapp wants former club Tottenham to loan him England U21 international striker Harry Kane after missing out on Southampton frontman Billy Sharp.

THE SUN

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has swung the axe - with David Luiz and Juan Mata feeling the full force after being left out of Saturday's clash with Fulham.

Manchester United frontman Wayne Rooney is in the mood to be a derby-day record breaker.

Arsenal face a battle with Italian champions Juventus to land 20-year-old Schalke midfielder Julian Draxler.

DAILY STAR

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has hinted he could go back in for Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney in January.

Meanwhile, Rooney has taunted Manchester City by telling them they are still not Manchester United's biggest rivals.

Jose Mourinho last night confirmed Juan Mata is out in the cold at Chelsea.

DAILY MAIL

Real Madrid left-back Fabio Coentrao, 25, is at the top of Tottenham's January shopping list as manager Andre Villas-Boas looks to further strengthen his squad.

David Moyes has predicted Wayne Rooney will take Sunday's Manchester derby by storm and declared the old Trafford striker's flirtation with Chelsea officially over.

Carlton Cole, 29, is set to join QPR after a potential return to West Ham fell through when the Upton Park club felt the striker was not fit enough.

DAILY EXPRESS

David Moyes has warned Manchester City that Wayne Rooney will be a rebel with a cause in Sunday's derby.

Arsene Wenger believes he has found the striker to prevent him bidding again for Wayne Rooney - Nicklas Bendtner.

Liverpool are looking at Uruguay international striker Abel Hernandez, 23, who is keen to get away from Palermo following their relegation from Serie A.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Jose Mourinho has given the clearest indication yet that Juan Mata, Chelsea's player of the year, has no more than a peripheral place in his plans, raising doubts about the midfielder's future at Stamford Bridge.

Manuel Pellegrini claims Manchester City will face Manchester United with a stronger mentality than the champions.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hit back at Real Madrid president Florentino Perez's claims that Mesut Ozil, recently sold to the Gunners by Real, lacks mental strength.

THE INDEPENDENT

Manchester City manager, Manuel Pellegrini, has declared ahead of his first derby with David Moyes tomorrow that his players have the stronger mentality to triumph in a game both men need to win to establish their credentials.

Jose Mourinho has left him out, substituted him and played him on the right wing but yesterday the Chelsea manager was finally explicit that Juan Mata, player of the year at the club for the last two seasons, is firmly behind Oscar in the pecking order as the team's playmaker.

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