Paper Talk: Moyes eyes ace Iniesta

Manchester United are plotting a sensational move for Andres Iniesta and Porto's Jackson Martinez is wanted by Chelsea, Liverpool and Spurs.

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Andres Iniesta: A target for Manchester United

Andres Iniesta: A target for Manchester United

DAILY MAIL

Manchester United manager David Moyes is weighing up a sensational move for Andres Iniesta after being alerted to a rift between the star midfielder and his Barcelona bosses.

Yaya Toure has become embroiled in a Twitter row with Rodney Marsh to deny claims by the former Manchester City favourite that he is unhappy.

Iain Dowie is the latest manager to be interviewed for the vacant Crystal Palace job.

THE SUN

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is stepping up his interest in French hot-head Gianelli Imbula.

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini delayed axing Joe Hart to help England qualify for the World Cup.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has had an injection as he bids to be fit for England's friendly clash with Germany on Tuesday night.

DAILY STAR

Jackson Martinez has revealed that he is prepared to depart FC Porto for a bigger club, with Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham interested in his services.

Manuel Pellegrini has risked the wrath of the Manchester City dressing room after axing Pablo Zabaleta as vice-captain.

Michael Carrick is poised to sign a new contract at Manchester United.

Leeds striker Luke Varney could be a Bolton loan target if they fail to get Joe Mason back from Cardiff.

Reading defender Sean Morrison is set for a bumper new deal, which will disappoint suitors West Brom.

DAILY MIRROR

USA skipper Clint Dempsey is set to make a loan return to the Premier League from Seattle Sounders in January, with Tottenham, Fulham, Aston Villa and Everton all in the hunt.

Former Chelsea defender Dan Petrescu is set to agree to become Crystal Palace's next manager - if he is given a long-term deal.

Roy Keane has returned to the Republic of Ireland fold insisting he is no monster.

Roberto Martinez has told Everton's Greek striker Apostolos Vellios that a loan is the best way forward for him.

Celtic have agreed a £100,000 fee for the transfer of Fram Reykjavik's Iceland Under-21 striker Holmbert Fridjonsson, 20, his club chairman has claimed.

DAILY EXPRESS

AC Milan have turned to Newcastle full-back Davide Santon as the man they want to replace Ignazio Abate.

Jermain Defoe has promised fans he has no intention of asking for a move in January as the England striker firmly believes he can book his place for Brazil as a Tottenham player.

DAILY RECORD

Icelandic kid Holmbert Aron Fridjonsson has revealed his excitement at moving a step closer to Celtic. The 20-year-old is set to open talks after his club, Fram, accepted a bid of £100,000 from the Scottish champions.

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