Paper Talk: Arsenal target Dzeko & Zaha

Arsenal have made Edin Dzeko and Wilfried Zaha their top January targets, while West Ham could be set to bring Nicolas Anelka back to England.

Last Updated: 13/11/12 at 15:09 Post Comment   

Edin Dzeko: Wanted by Arsenal in January

Edin Dzeko: Wanted by Arsenal in January

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THE SUN

Chelsea fear John Terry's season is over after he suffered an horrific-looking knee injury.

Mark Hughes has been told by QPR owner Tony Fernandes that he must beat Southampton... or else.

Chinese side Guizhou Rehne are closing in on Frank Lampard.

Juventus have dropped Paul Pogba for two Serie A games due to his poor timekeeping.

David Moyes admits Everton face an uphill struggle to keep Marouane Fellaini.

DAILY MIRROR

John Terry faces an anxious wait to find out whether his season is over.

Brad Jones is sweating over his Liverpool future.

Robert Lewandowski's contract talks at Borussia Dortmund have stalled.

Hull boss Steve Bruce wants his old keeper Chris Kirkland to join his promotion push.

DAILY STAR

John Terry will discover today whether his season is over.

West Ham are on the verge of bringing Nicolas Anelka back to the Premier League.

Carl Jenkinson has signed a new five-year deal at Arsenal.

DAILY MAIL

John Terry is confident he has avoided a serious knee injury.

Wilfried Zaha will link up with England today after agonising over whether to accept Roy Hodgson's call-up or choose instead to represent Ivory Coast.

Arsene Wenger has made Edin Dzeko and Wilfried Zaha his top January transfer targets.

DAILY EXPRESS

John Terry faces an anxious wait today to find out if his season has been wrecked by a knee ligament injury.

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