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Paper Talk: United target Theo

Arsenal's Theo Walcott could join Manchester United for £8million next month, while Liverpool are eyeing Daniel Sturridge and Tom Ince.

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Walcott: Linked with Manchester United

Walcott: Linked with Manchester United

THE SUN

Mark Clattenburg is at the centre of a new storm after Manchester City's Gareth Barry was charged with abusing an official.

Arsene Wenger is clinging on to his job after the most humiliating defeat of his 16-year reign at Arsenal.

West Ham joined the world's biggest stars by appearing on The Simpsons - but the cartoon got their colours wrong.

Liverpool want to make a £12million swoop for Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge.

Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez will step up his pursuit of Corinthians midfielder Paulinho this week.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is ready to replace Demba Ba with Dynamo Kiev striker Artem Milevskiy.

West Brom striker Shane Long insists he is staying put in January.

Southampton and Reading are battling it out to sign Barnsley defender Scott Wiseman.

Swansea are set to make a £3million bid from Bristol City winger Albert Adomah.

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson could make a move for Arsenal's Theo Walcott.

MK Dons boss Karl Robinson has been left shaken after being attacked with a pint glass by Brentford fans.

Joe Cole has insisted he wants to fight on for his Liverpool future.

Reading are lining up a shock swoop to bring Roman Pavlyuchenko back to the Premier League.

Barcelona have knocked back a Liverpool enquiry about Alexis Sanchez.

Fulham boss Martin Jol is a big fan of Charlton goalkeeper Ben Hamer.

Coventry are considering quitting the Ricoh Arena and moving 45 miles away from the city into Rushden and Diamonds' abandoned home.

DAILY STAR

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has three games to save his job.

Arsenal's Theo Walcott is the target of an £8million January bid from Manchester United.

DAILY MAIL

Liverpool have made a grovelling apology to Fulham over the tapping-up of Clint Dempsey in the summer.

Manchester United have joined the race for Arsenal rebel Theo Walcott in a move similar to Robin van Persie's controversial switch to Old Trafford in August.

Liverpool have taken significant steps towards signing Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge and Blackpool forward Tom Ince.

Manchester City are monitoring PSG defender Mamadou Sakho.

LA Galaxy are showing interest in Tottenham goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini.

Aston Villa, Newcastle and Reading are keen on Osasuna midfielder Raoul Loe.

Blackpool are keen on West Brom defender Craig Dawson.

DAILY EXPRESS

Liverpool are on the verge of a double deal for Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge and Blackpool forward Tom Ince.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United are preparing to join Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City in the race to sign Theo Walcott, whose Arsenal contract expires next summer.

THE INDEPENDENT

The Professional Footballers' Association has apologised to Mark McCammon, who was sacked by Gillingham because he complained that they had racially discriminated against him.

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