Paper Talk: More Sterling speculation

Liverpool's Raheem Sterling could join Arsenal or Manchester United for £15million, while Tottenham are eyeing one of Ligue 1's top strikers.

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Sterling: Linked to Arsenal and United

Sterling: Linked to Arsenal and United

THE SUN

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson will fight a £15million battle for Liverpool's Raheem Sterling.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce wants to sign Rickie Lambert from Southampton.

West Ham want to bring Joe Cole home from Liverpool.

Tottenham and Manchester United are battling it out for Saint-Etienne striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who has netted eight goals in Ligue 1 so far this season.

Aussie side Perth Glory have given up hope of luring David Beckham to Australia.

Darren Bent may have played his last game for Aston Villa.

Manchester City's Samir Nasri is battling a severe migraine problem.

DAILY STAR

Referee Mark Clattenburg is at the centre of another storm after Manchester City accused him of getting Gareth Barry banned.

Samir Nasri is facing a battle to save his Manchester City career following a bust-up with boss Roberto Mancini.

Frank Lampard is poised to accept Harry Redknapp's offer of a two-and-a-half year deal at QPR if he is snubbed by Chelsea again on Sunday.

Chelsea are considering a £12million move for Real Madrid defender Fabio Coentrao if Ashley Cole leaves.

DAILY MIRROR

Mark Clattenburg is at the centre of another controversy over his comments to players, after Manchester City accused him of provoking midfielder Gareth Barry.

Rafa Benitez believes Chelsea will become world champions on Sunday - and go on to lift the Premier League crown.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will launch a determined bid to sign a goalkeeper in January - with Liverpool's Pepe Reina top of his wish-list.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is trying to push through a quick solution to Raheem Sterling's contract saga.

Tottenham want Porto's Joao Moutinho to help them get back into the Champions League.

Southampton and Reading are both chasing Birmingham defender Curtis Davies.

DAILY MAIL

Rafael Benitez believes Chelsea can still win the Premier League.

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has accused match official Mark Clattenburg of landing Gareth Barry in trouble.

Wigan are hoping to tie up a loan deal for Manchester United's teenage Chile striker Angelo Henriquez.

Sunderland and QPR are among the clubs showing interest in New York Red Bulls midfielder Tim Cahill.

Shakhtar Donetsk and Anzhi are both showing interest in Swansea's Michu.

West Ham are interested in taking Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh on loan in January.

Steve Bruce wants to take Fraizer Campbell back to Hull from Sunderland.

DAILY EXPRESS

Mark Clattenburg has been caught up in another refereeing controversy, accused of provoking Gareth Barry into a foul-mouthed tirade after last Sunday's Manchester derby.

Manchester City's struggle to meet UEFA's forthcoming financial fair play rules was underlined when they announced losses of £97.9million for their Premier League title-winning season.

THE TIMES

Wayne Rooney has vowed to make Sunderland pay for their supporters mocking Manchester United's title loss last season.

Rafael Benitez has issued a defiant warning to Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini by claiming Chelsea can still win the Premier League this season.

THE GUARDIAN

Manchester City will present a stern test for UEFA's new financial fair play rules when they come into force for the 2014-15 season after the club announced a loss of £97.9million for the last financial year.

Rafael Benitez believes Chelsea will still rival Manchester United and Manchester City for the Premier League title.

THE INDEPENDENT

Manchester City are facing a severe challenge to comply with UEFA's financial fair play regime.

Arsene Wenger insists that his current under-performing Arsenal squad work harder than even his title-winning sides of the past.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Roberto Mancini has revealed that a headache forced Samir Nasri to miss training at Manchester City this week.

Arsenal have been regularly scouting Raheem Stirling and Southampton left-back Luke Shaw as Arsene Wenger prepares an overhaul to his squad.

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