Paper Talk: Reds rubbish talk of Wes bid

Sir Alex Ferguson will offer £8m for Palace star Wilfried Zaha, while Liverpool have rubbished claims they have bid £9.5m for Wesley Sneijder.

Last Updated: 01/01/13 at 14:21 Post Comment

Wesley Sneijder: Liverpool deny making a bid for him

Wesley Sneijder: Liverpool deny making a bid for him

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DAILY MIRROR

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson will launch an £8million bid for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha this week.

Demba Ba was last night set to become the first of three Chelsea transfer window signings.

Manchester United have blocked Angelo Henriquez from representing Chile - so he can go to Wigan on loan.

Southampton are ready to launch a £13million double bid for Birmingham goalkeeper Jack Butland and Cagliari defender Davide Astori.

Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso has admitted he could be heading back to the Premier League.

Harry Redknapp is trying to make Joe Cole his first QPR signing.

Lorik Cana is eyeing a return to the Premier League - and is keen to re-join Sunderland.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce will offer Paul Robinson an escape route from Blackburn in January.

Newcastle have agreed a deal to sign defender Mathieu Debuchy from Lille.

Norwich are trying to sign Monaco striker Ibrahima Toure.

Manchester City are handing a trial to Japanese wonderkid Hideki Ishige.

Kevin MacDonald's managerial move to Blackburn is on hold as owners Venky's argue over the appointment.

Alex McLeish is ready to make Billy Sharp and Barry Bannan his first signings as Nottingham Forest boss.

Sean O'Driscoll is vying with Kevin Blackwell for the vacant manager's job at Barnsley.

Watford are ready to reward Troy Deeney with a new deal to ward off growing interest.

THE SUN

Frank Lampard put on a two-goal masterclass to inspire Chelsea - but is still heading for the exit door.

Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez has swooped for Newcastle striker Demba Ba.

Arsene Wenger will have on last chance to keep Theo Walcott at Arsenal over the next two weeks.

Liverpool have rubbished claims they have bid £9.5million for Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder.

Newcastle have agreed a £5million deal for Lille defender Mathieu Debuchy.

Sunderland are in talks to bring New York Red Bulls midfielder Tim Cahill back to the Premier League.

Reading want Maccabi Tel Aviv defender Steve Gohouri.

Nottingham Forest boss Alex McLeish wants to make Billy Sharp and Barry Bannan his first signings.

DAILY MAIL

Demba Ba will be paid a £2million loyalty bonus by Newcastle as he prepares to complete a dream move to Chelsea.

QPR manager Harry Redknapp is closing in on a reunion with Joe Cole and the club want to back the boss with £20million to fight relegation.

Arsenal want to secure Theo Walcott's long-term future within the next fortnight.

Newcastle have agreed a £5.5million deal with Lille for Mathieu Debuchy.

West Ham are weighing up a move for Blackburn defender Gael Givet.

Swansea are hopeful of signing Bristol City winger Albert Adomah for £3million.

Bayer Leverkusen are showing an interest in Chelsea winger Marko Marin.

Fulham are hoping to conclude a deal for Wolfsburg defender Alexander Madlung.

Reading are keen on Nancy winger Lossemy Karaboue.

Sunderland are hopeful of persuading New York Red Bulls midfielder Tim Cahill to join on loan.

Leeds will compete with Norwich for Brighton striker Craig Mackail-Smith.

Former Barnsley midfielder Neil Redfearn is among the contenders to replace Keith Hill as the club's manager.

DAILY EXPRESS

Chelsea hope to make Demba Ba their first signing of the January transfer window after opening talks with Newcastle for the striker.

Harry Redknapp will make his first move to revive QPR by signing Joe Cole from Liverpool.

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert had a second meeting in 72 hours with owner Randy Lerner yesterday to try to solve the club's relegation crisis.

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is close to completing a £5million deal for Lille defender Mathieu Debuchy.

DAILY STAR

Chelsea were last night locked in talks with Newcastle striker Demba Ba.

Southampton have offered £8million for Cagliari defender Davide Astori but face fierce competition from Napoli and Juventus.

Newcastle have agreed a £5million deal for Lille defender Mathieu Debuchy.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Newcastle striker Demba Ba is on the verge of agreeing a £7million January move to Chelsea.

Contract talks between Arsenal and Theo Walcott's representatives will resume in early January.

Paul Lambert held a transfer summit meeting yesterday with chairman Randy Lerner yesterday but will be given a maximum of only about £10million to spend in January.

THE TIMES

Chelsea hope to make Demba Ba their first signing of the January transfer window as they look to trigger the £7.5million release clause in the forward's contract that would allow him to leave Newcastle.

Sunderland have not given up hope of signing Danny Rose on a permanent basis.

QPR have started talks with Liverpool as they look to sign Joe Cole.

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