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FALCAO TO PSG?
The day after games is always a slightly slower one for transfer guff in the papers - it's almost as if they have some football to report on. Imagine that.
Thus, The Sun hangs a whole story on a throwaway remark by Radamel Falcao.
He's quoted as saying: "France is a really fantastic country - and PSG have an ambitious sporting project in place."
This is, of course, a 'hint' that he could 'snub Chelsea for a move to Paris St-Germain.'
ZAHA MEETING SHORTLY
It wouldn't be a weekday if there wasn't at least one Wilfried Zaha story in the papers.
The Daily Mirror takes up the baton this morning, reporting that Manchester United's people will meet Crystal Palace's people 'in the next 48 hours' in order to 'thrash out a deal' for the winger.
Fergie wants to close the deal sharpish, apparently, and Zaha caused pants to stir on Fleet Street on Sunday when he apparently tweeted 'Looks like I'm on my way to the top of the Premier League', before denying it was him shortly afterwards.
One of the decisions will be whether or not Zaha stays at Palace on loan for the rest of the season, something that Ian Holloway very much wants to happen.
He wrote in The Sunday Mirror: "I felt it necessary to have a chat with Wilfried this week about what might happen and what definitely won't be happening. Even if we do reach an agreement with a club, it would have to include a clause that Zaha stays put for the rest of the season."
ARSENAL 'IN THE MARKET'
The injury to Mikel Arteta (out for three weeks) of course meant that after the Man City game, Arsene Wenger was asked about his very favourite subject - transfers.
"We are in the market. We try very hard (to strengthen)," he said.
He also stated that nobody would be leaving, which The Daily Mail takes as a 'hint' that Theo Walcott is set to sign a new contract. Hmmm.
LUKAKU TO STAY?
Sounds like Romelu Lukaku is enjoying life at West Brom.
When asked if he wanted to stay at the Hawthorns beyond the end of the season, he said: "Hopefully after the January window we will be able to start talking about that.
"At this time I'm just looking at my own career and West Brom, I don't really care about what Chelsea are doing at the moment."
REMY OFF TO TOON
In case you missed it on Sunday, it seems that Loic Remy will be a Newcastle player shortly.
Details on that one here.
There's obviously plenty of talk about Harry Redknapp wheelin' and dealin', with The Daily Mirror leading the way.
The Mirror claims Harry went to watch Rennes midfielder Yann M'Vila on Saturday, and also wants to sign Peter Odemwingie and Jake Livermore.
However, on the Odemwingie point, Steve Clarke had a thing to say about that: "No one is for sale except Graham Dorrans. We don't want to sell anyone.
"The players know the situation. They know what's what at the club. I don't think anyone really wants to go anywhere.
"There are one or two who've not been involved a lot that will look to go out but that's normal in any squad. The boys are all happy here."
Meanwhile, The Sun reports that Redknapp wants Lille's Salomon Kalou and Swansea's Danny Graham.
AND THE REST...
Manchester City are lining up a transfer-window bid for Derby's brilliant young midfielder Will Hughes...Fulham boss Martin Jol is making a £3million move for Belgian teen defender Bernard Malanda-Adje of Zulte Waregem...Sean O'Driscoll has rejected interest from Blackpool to take charge of their Championship rivals Bristol City...Birmingham are stepping up their January sales but big-earning Nikola Zigic is refusing to go...Hull manager Steve Bruce wants David Stockdale back on loan from Fulham...Chelsea have made an £8.5million bid for Celta Vigo's rising Spanish star Iago Aspas...Fulham winger Pajtim Kasami wants to quit Craven Cottage and join Wolfsburg this month...Swansea hope to conclude the signing of Osasuna forward Roland Lamah this week after a £3.5million bid for Stoke's Kenwyne Jones was rejected...Sunderland may miss out to neighbours Newcastle in a bid for Toulouse and France midfielder Moussa Sissoko...Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy is after Lee Camp, who was left out as Nottingham Forest beat Peterborough 2-1 on Saturday. Meanwhile, Forest are planning an improved bid of around £550,000 for Birmingham's Chris Burke this week.