Paper Talk: Rivals to battle over Ozil

Manchester United and Manchester City both want Mesut Ozil, Arsenal may swoop for Stewart Downing and Chelsea are tracking Andre Schurrle

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Mesut Ozil: Linked with a move to the Premier League

Mesut Ozil: Linked with a move to the Premier League

THE PEOPLE

Harry Redknapp will make an audacious bid to tempt David Beckham to Queens Park Rangers.

Luis Suarez could be snapped up for £40million at the end of the season - after it emerged the striker has a release clause in his contract.

Manchester City want to add two more Spaniards to their ranks next summer with moves being made for Malaga sensation Isco and Athletic Bilbao's academy chief Jose Maria Amorrortu.

Newcastle aim to beat Aston Villa in the race to sign St Etienne striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is heading the chase for Celtic's Gary Hooper.

Manchester United are chasing the signature of Jordan Larsson - the son of goal machine Henrik.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

German sources believe Manchester City have joined neighbours Manchester United in eyeing Mesut Ozil's situation at Real Madrid.

Fernando Torres is a total outcast at Chelsea - with many of his team-mates sick and tired of the 'special treatment' the £50million flop receives from Roman Abramovich.

Alan Pardew is poised to make a New Year plea to Mike Ashley for transfer cash, after admitting the Europa League is killing his squad.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Pep Guardiola believes Roman Abramovich is too trigger happy as Chelsea owner to offer him the security he wants when he returns to management next year.

Roberto Mancini has revealed he tried to sign Fernando Torres - but pulled out because the price was too high.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is ready to make a shock £10million move for Stewart Downing.

Cristiano Ronaldo has backed Manchester United to regain the Premier League title.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has launched a stinging attack on Chelsea over referee Mark Clattenburg.

Officials at Manchester United believe they can land Leighton Baines for £8million in January.

Chelsea are continuing to monitor Bayer Leverkusen striker Andre Schurrle.

INDEPENDENT

Fernando Torres could have been lining up for Manchester City at Stamford Bridge this afternoon instead of Chelsea, Roberto Mancini has revealed.

SUNDAY TIMES

Harry Redknapp admits he has a huge job on at QPR after claiming the club "can't get any lower'' than their current rock bottom place.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Roman Abramovich has told new Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez that he must get the best out of Fernando Torres this season.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Harry Redknapp wants to bring David Beckham to QPR.

Pep Guardiola would rather succeed Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United than take the Chelsea hotseat.

Brendan Rodgers insists he has no immediate fears of getting the sack at Liverpool.

Thierry Henry will join Arsenal on loan once again in January.

Mark Clattenburg has told the FA he never wants to referee a Chelsea game again.

Roberto Mancini will find out in the next 10 days if Yaya Toure will take part in the 2013 African Nations Cup, amid claims the midfielder may opt to stay in Manchester.

Sir Alex Ferguson has blasted Liverpool's handling of £35million record signing Andy Carroll.

Wilfried Zaha has been told he must stay at Crystal Palace until the summer at least amid reports Manchester United are planning a £20million January raid.

Arsene Wenger will seal a cut-price £6million move for Klaas-Jan Huntelaar in January.

Ajax fear wonderkid Viktor Fischer could join Manchester United.

THE SUN

Pep Guardiola will snub any approach from Chelsea after admitting his hopes of taking charge at Manchester United.

Harry Redknapp claims he can help save QPR from the drop and help the club win the FA Cup.

Steve Clarke insists West Brom will stay calm after they moved up to third in the Premier League.

Joey Barton admits he only joined QPR for the money.

Liverpool are lining up an £8million move for Borussia Dortmund winger Kevin Grosskreutz.

Brothers Andre and Jordan Ayew want to join West Ham.

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