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Liverpool are hopeful of landing Basel winger Mohamed Salah in January and Manchester United are plotting a £20million swoop for Luke Shaw.

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DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United boss David Moyes is ready to battle Everton again for Leighton Baines with a fresh £16million bid.

Mauricio Pochettino has launched an astonishing attack on referees claiming Southampton get a raw deal - because their players are ''young and good-looking''.

Liverpool are hopeful of landing Basel winger Mohamed Salah in January transfer window.

Chelsea's Juan Mata has joined Tottenham misfit Erik Lamela on Inter Milan's wanted list.

Michael Essien is set for Chelsea January exit with Olympiacos leading chase for midfielder.

Swansea want to make a loan swoop for Inter Milan's Uruguayan star Alvaro Pereira.

Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given set to stay on loan at Middlesbrough for the rest of the season.

Manchester City striker John Guidetti is set for Wigan loan move in January transfer window.

Sunderland hope to make moves for Brighton midfielder Liam Bridcutt and QPR's Shaun Wright-Phillips.

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert wants to sign experienced players to guide his young guns.

DAILY MAIL

Nicolas Anelka was ordered yesterday not to repeat his goal salute as it emerged Samir Nasri has also been photographed making the gesture.

Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis plans to raid former club Stoke to sign striker Peter Crouch and winger Matthew Etherington.

Manchester United fear their January search for a new left back may prove fruitless, with Everton and Southampton keen to hang on to Leighton Baines and Luke Shaw respectively.

Fulham are considering a bid for Ravel Morrison in the January window but face a battle to persuade him to leave West Ham.

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini will not allow fringe players Edin Dzeko and Jack Rodwell to leave the club this January.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manuel Pellegrini has rubbed salt into the wounds of his desperate Premier League title rivals by boasting that he is so happy with his squad at Manchester City he is unlikely to make any signings or sales when the transfer window opens tomorrow.

Nicolas Anelka could be back playing for West Brom tomorrow despite refusing to apologise for making a controversial gesture.

Arsenal and Chelsea will face competition from Borussia Dortmund in the race for Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa.

Chelsea are nearing a £14million move for Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin.

DAILY STAR

Manchester United boss David Moyes is fearing a double snub in his efforts to sign a new left-back.

Brendan Rodgers has hit back at Jose Mourinho's claims that Luis Suarez is a diver.

Andy Carroll has returned to full training as he bids to end his injury hell at West Ham.

Barcelona winger Cristian Tello is on the verge of joining Liverpool on loan for the rest of the season.

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has told Arsenal to forget about a January swoop for Edin Dzeko.

THE SUN

Samir Nasri apologised last night after being pictured doing a Nicolas Anelka-style salute.

Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o admits he should have been sent off for his tackle on Liverpool's Jordan Henderson.

Swansea could swoop for Liverpool striker Iago Aspas after losing Michu and Nathan Dyer to injury.

Manchester United boss David Moyes is plotting a £20million swoop for Luke Shaw after his failure to land Leighton Baines.

THE INDEPENDENT

Manchester United manager David Moyes fears that his hopes of reinforcing in the crucial left-back slot, which he considers one of the squad's weak spots, will be dashed again this January.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United boss David Moyes is considering a £20 million move for Luke Shaw in the January transfer window, despite fears that Southampton will resist all offers for the 18-year-old full-back.

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