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DAILY STAR

Augsburg are considering a deal for Sunderland striker Ji Dong-won.

Burnley and Blackburn are interested in Crewe full-back Matt Tootle.

Arsenal will step up their bid to sign Schalke forward Julian Draxler, 20, after discovering he has a £40m buy-out clause.

Manchester City want to sign former Manchester United player Paul Pogba, 20, from Juventus.

David Moyes has dismissed the idea that he was under pressure going into last night's match against Swansea.

Crisis-torn West Ham are ready to send a SOS message to recently-sacked Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay this week.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Aston Villa are ready to make a £3million bid for Tottenham full-back Kyle Naughton.

Nottingham Forest have targeted a £4million move for Sunderland striker Connor Wickham.

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola is planning a bid to sign Chelsea playmaker Juan Mata in the summer.

Arsenal have identified Lyon midfielder Maxime Gonalons as a prime target for the summer transfer window.

Barnsley are hoping to sign Reading striker Adam Le Fondre on loan.

West Ham produced a battling display to save Sam Allardyce's job.

Chelsea defender John Terry is considering a shock international return with England.

THE SUN

Everton and Aston Villa are tracking Charlton's £5million-rated midfielder Jordan Cousins.

Leeds are keen to bring former striker Luciano Becchio back to the club on loan from Norwich.

Al Ain are ready to sign Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor, if Asamoah Gyan joins West Ham on loan.

Papiss Cisse is set to rock Newcastle by quitting for a mega-bucks move to Qatar.

Andy Carroll helped wounded West Ham overcome their agony by inspiring them to a crucial victory.

THE PEOPLE

Manchester United want to sign Valencia's £12.5million-rated midfielder Ever Banega this month.

Everton are closing in on the £7million signing of Standard Liege striker Michy Batshuayi.

West Ham want to sign Wolves goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey on loan for the rest of the season.

Brighton and Bolton are interested in signing Cardiff striker Joe Mason on a permanent basis.

Everton boss Roberto Martinez is weighing up a cut-price January deal for Sunderland midfielder Jack Colback.

Sunderland are interested in signing QPR striker Andrew Johnson on loan.

Fulham are weighing up a bid for Manchester United youngster Larnell Cole.

Arsenal and Chelsea are battling to sign Atletico Madrid's 19-year-old midfielder Saul Niguez.

Manuel Pellegrini believes his prolific Manchester City side can outscore his Real Madrid Galacticos on the way to Premier League glory.

Manchester United hauled themselves back from the brink of crisis last night - thanks to another helping of Fergie time.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Adnan Januzaj put the smile back on David Moyes' face after the worst spell of his managerial career.

Arsene Wenger has told England that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is the man to succeed Steven Gerrard at the heart of the national side's midfield.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Manchester City are ready to pay £30m to sign 18-year-old Southampton left-back Luke Shaw

Manchester United misfit Anderson is on the verge of joining Italian club Fiorentina to herald the start of a big clear-out by David Moyes at Old Trafford.

THE TIMES

Managers want the Football Association to tackle the English game's epidemic of sackings by imposing sanctions on clubs who flout employment laws when changing technical staff.

David Moyes hailed a 2-0 win over Swansea City as "a lot more like it" after Manchester United avoided the ignominy of their worst losing streak in 53 years.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United manager David Moyes is still in talks to bring Real Madrid defender Fabio Coentrao to Old Trafford on loan for the rest of the season.

Chelsea are prepared to pay £21m to bring Benfica midfielder Nemanja Matic, 26, back to the club during the January transfer window.

West Ham have agreed a deal to sign centre-back Joleon Lescott from Manchester City but the move may collapse as the Etihad club do not want to release the 31-year-old until after 20 January.

Former Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas could take over as the new coach of German club Schalke if they sack current boss Jens Keller

THE INDEPENDENT

Two of the Premier League's most beleaguered managers found respite yesterday as West Ham's Sam Allardyce and Manchester United's David Moyes both emerged from must-win games with victories.

An England recall for Adam Johnson is improbable, but with Theo Walcott this week ruled out of the World Cup the right-winger has chosen a good time to hit form.

THE OBSERVER

David Moyes backed Adnan Januzaj to establish himself as one of the world's greatest footballers after another demonstration of the teenager's precocious gifts in Manchester United's return to winning ways.

Manuel Pellegrini pipping David Moyes to the most recent manager-of-the-month award was hardly a surprise; the only question is to what extent it presages the rest of the season.

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