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STURRIDGE MAKES DEMANDS
We all know that Liverpool are making their moves for Daniel Sturridge. Well, if you didn't, then you do now.
However, it might not be entirely a done deal, with the man himself making a number of demands.
£80,000 a week is the first one, which will cause Liverpool to think twice at least.
However, there's more. The Daily Mirror reports: 'The 23-year-old's camp also insist he MUST play through the middle if he were to move to Liverpool next month.
'Liverpool are keen not to repeat the financial mistakes of past windows after big signings Andy Carroll, Jordan Henderson and Stewart Downing struggled to make any sort of impact.'
ARSENAL IN FOR HUNTELAAR AND BA
Interesting stuff about potential strikers coming in at Arsenal.
The Daily Mail reports that the Gooners are keen on Klass-Jan Huntelaar, and that he 'could be available for a cut-price £6million'.
Apparently Arsenal scouts have watched the Dutch forward closely, and have given Arsene Wenger 'glowing feedback' about the Schalke man.
Wenger apparently has 'substantial funds' to spend, although whether he will actually use it is another matter entirely. The Mail also reckons there could be more activity at Arsenal too:
'Wenger will also look to tie up a loan deal for Thierry Henry and make a £9m starting bid for Crystal Palace wonder kid Wilfried Zaha.
'The club are also in the market for a new goalkeeper, with Liverpool's Pepe Reina thought to be Wenger's first choice.'
Meanwhile, The Sun reports that Arsenal are looking at Demba Ba, hoping to take advantage of the Senegal forward's £7.5million buy-out clause.
LEWANDOWSKI NOT GOING IN JANUARY
We're not sure what to make of stories that Manchester United are looking at Robert Lewandwoski. Why buy another striker? Are they getting rid of one? And who will it be?
Still, if they do buy the big Pole, it won't be in January.
Why? Because Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp says so, that's why. He's quoted in The Sun as saying: "I'm not afraid he will be leaving us. He will still be here in January.
"United are one of many teams showing interest in him but I have no worries. His contract is with us.
"The time when there were big, rich English clubs coming here to try to lure our best players away from Germany, thank God that time is over."
Still, The Daily Telegraph reports they are willing to wait until the summer. True love waits, as many abstinence organisations will tell you.
SNEIJDER AVAILABLE AGAIN
The stories about Wesley Sneijder being a target for Manchester United have't been quite so prevalent in recent times, but they're back now.
The Guardian reports that United have been 'alerted' by the Dutch trequartista's contract grumbles with Inter, in which the club are trying to renegotiate his deal, and the man himself is not too keen on doing so.
"We need to modify his current contract," Marco Branca, the technical director, told Sky Italia.
"He and his entourage have to decide what they want to do about our proposal. Sneijder will not play until he makes a decision about his contract."
Apparently Sneijder could be available for something like €15million, and possibly less if he doesn't go in January.
PSG IN FOR PEP
Chelsea may want Pep Guardiola, but plenty of other teams fancy the uber-coach as well.
And, inevitably, among those other teams are Paris St Germain, who may not stick with Carlo Ancelotti for much longer.
If they do get rid of the Great Eyebrow, Pep is their man. Or possibly someone else.
The paper reports: 'Sources close to PSG claim that Guardiola had already been sounded out by the French club - and signaled he might be ready, willing and able to answer their call.
'Guardiola has a relationship with Qatar's ruling Royal Family through their involvement as sponsors at Barcelona and was also a high-profile public supporter of the country's controversial and successful 2022 World Cup bid.
'PSG have also got former Chelsea chief Jose Mourinho - whose stay at Real Madrid appears close to breaking point - and Arsenal's French boss Arsene Wenger on their hit-list.'