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Chelsea plan to re-sign Didier Drogba and also want Jack Butland, QPR hope to loan Rolando, while Sunderland hope to bring in Paul Scharner.

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THE SUN

Chelsea have made a sensational bid to try and re-sign Didier Drogba.

Oldham boss Paul Dickov could still get the sack today despite knocking Liverpool out of the FA Cup.

Mario Balotelli will quit Manchester City today for AC Milan with a £17m move expected to be confirmed.

Owner Tony Fernandes has rocked QPR by insisting he will quit if he cannot fix their position.

Fabricio Coloccini could face the wrath of Newcastle boss Alan Pardew after claiming a move to San Lorenzo in Argentina was "momentarily suspended".

QPR's Anton Ferdinand has been given permission to talk to Bursaspor over a loan move.

Reading have joined the chase for Tom Ince by making an £8m bid for the Blackpool midfielder.

Danny Wilson has admitted he is desperate to keep Nick Blackman at Sheffield United.

Inter Milan chief Massimo Moratti says Philippe Coutinho's £8.5m move to Liverpool is a "great opportunity".

Leeds are lining up a move for Bradford's Captial One Cup hero Nahki Wells.

Reading have joined the Premier league clubs chasing Brighton midfielder Liam Bridcutt.

Fulham and Norwich are set for a £3m battle to sign QPR's Jamie Mackie.

Wigan striker Mauro Boselli has joined Palermo on loan for the rest of the season.

DAILY MIRROR

Oldham's Paul Dickov is facing the axe just hours after Oldham's victory over Liverpool in the FA Cup.

West Brom's Peter Odemwingie will not be put off a move to QPR after he slapped in a transfer request on Friday.

Chelsea are making a surprise deadline bid to grab Birmingham keeper Jack Butland.

Blackpool want Lee Clark as their new manager but Birmingham won't let him go.

Former Wigan midfielder Paul Scharner could be on his way to Sunderland on loan.

Fulham and Norwich are preparing rival £3m bids for QPR striker Jamie Mackie.

Hull City's bid for QPR's DJ Campbell is stalling as the striker wants a long-term deal.

Crystal Palace are chasing Wolves striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake.

Aston Villa are shipping out flops Alan Hutton and Stephen Warnock to Real Mallorca and West Ham.

DAILY MAIL

Oldham boss Paul Dickov has been warned he could be sacked in the next 24 hours.

Southampton will switch to Hoffenheim midfielder Roberto Firmino after failing to land Philippe Coutinho from Inter Milan.

Norwich are preparing an improved offer of £7million for Celtic striker Gary Hooper - Celtic say they want £8m.

West Ham have agreed a £500,000 loan fee for Wolfsburg defender Emanuel Pogatetz.

Blackpool will reject a £6.5m offer for Tom Ince from Reading.

Crystal Palace want Dundee United winger Johnny Russell.

AC Milan are to persist in their bid to sign Mario Balotelli this week.

Bolton have had a bid for Hamilton defender Gary Fraser accepted.

QPR are continuing talks over Porto defender Rolando, who is interested in a loan move. Porto would prefer a £7m deal.

QPR defender Anton Ferdinand is talking to Turkish side Bursaspor over a loan move.

Newcastle's £8m bid for St Etienne striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been rejected.

DAILY EXPRESS

Oldham's Paul Dickov has been warned he could be sacked in the next 24 hours despite knocking Liverpool out of the FA Cup.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Paul Dickov's reward for Oldham beating Liverpool in the FA Cup is likely to be the sack today.

Reading are considering an £8m bid for Blackpool's Tom Ince after failing to agree terms with Arsenal's Andrei Arshavin.

Kieron Dyer is expected to sign for Middlesbrough tomorrow.

Galatasaray have made a bid for former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba.

DAILY STAR

Oldham boss Paul Dickov's reward for kicking Liverpool out of the FA Cup will be the sack.

Didier Drogba is closing in on a return to European football after it was confirmed that Galatasaray had made a bid for the striker.

THE TIMES

Paul Dickov is facing the sack from Oldham today.

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