Paper Talk: Arsenal eye shock Nani deal

Manchester United's Nani is a shock £20m target for Arsenal and Southampton are trying to secure a £2m deal for Colombian star Carlos Sanchez.

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Nani: A surprise January target for Arsenal

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THE SUN

Patrice Evra insists Sir Alex Ferguson will sack every Manchester United player if they blow their title lead.

Manchester United's Nani is a shock £20m target for Arsenal.

Wigan have handed a trial to former Swansea midfielder Ferrie Bodde.

Max Gradel is being lined up for a shock return to Leeds.

Martin O'Neill has hit back at Alan Shearer and said he is the man for Sunderland.

Southampton are trying to secure a £2m deal to sign Colombian Carlos Sanchez.

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester City will sell Mario Balotelli on the cheap next month after admitting he is damaged goods.

FA chairman David Bernstein has called for the hooligans who ruined Sunday's Manchester derby to be banned for life.

Rafa Benitez has admitted that Fernando Torres is finally happy at Chelsea.

DAILY EXPRESS

Patrice Evra has claimed Sir Alex Ferguson will sack his Manchester United stars if they blow the Premier League race again this season.

Wolves midfielder Jamie O'Hara is set for a comeback in a friendly after a nine-month battle to overcome a hernia problem.

Rafael Benitez has declared that Chelsea striker Fernando Torres is happy.

DAILY STAR

Mario Balotelli may have played his last game for Manchester City with Roberto Mancini ready to ship him out on loan to AC Milan.

Martin O'Neill has hit back at Alan Shearer's claim that he is close to losing support at Sunderland.

Demba Ba is set to quit Newcastle in the January transfer window.

Dave Jones will not quit as Sheffield Wednesday boss despite a run of seven straight defeats.

Blackburn boss Henning Berg is making mass changes to his backroom staff.

Southampton want Colombian midfielder Carlos Sanchez to boost their survival fight.

DAILY MAIL

Patrice Evra has warned his Manchester United team-mates they deserve to be sacked if they let the Premier League title slip through their grasp again.

Huddersfield are planning a £1m raid for West Brom striker Chris Wood.

Manchester City continue to track Sampdoria's Spanish midfielder Pedro Obiang.

Southampton are trying to secure a £2m deal for Colombian midfielder Carlos Sanchez.

THE TIMES

Roberto Mancini's relationship with senior Manchester City players is under intense strain after a furious rebuke of Joe Hart in the dressing room following the Manchester derby.

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