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SAGNA NOT READY TO COMMIT
After being part of a defence that has just conceded six goals, one might thing that Bacary Sagna would be rather wise to snap up Arsenal's offer of £70,000 a week, but the Frenchman has made it clear he might well be looking for alternative options.
The Daily Mirror run with quotes from Sagna that attack Arsenal for selling their best players, before admitting that whilst negotiations are ongoing, he could still leave in the January window.
"I was upset, angry when players left. I would love to win trophies with this club, it's a club I love so much but something is missing.
"I've still got six months on my contract with Arsenal. We are in negotiations. It's an option to go somewhere in January but I always had a good relationship with Arsenal."
Sagna joined the club in 2007, making almost 200 Premier League appearances.
RUIZ TO END COTTAGE STAY
We had high hopes of Bryan Ruiz rather setting pulses racing when he moved to the Premier League, but the Costa Rican looks set to end his rather nightmare spell, if reports in the Sun are to be believed.
Ruiz, who cost Fulham more than £7million just two years ago, has started just seven league games this season and fell out of favour under Martin Jol, and the paper reckon that Anderlecht may be circling around the forward.
Ruiz has only scored seven league goals in 67 games for Fulham, so all that's left his for him to score against England in the World Cup.
RETURN OF THE DEUCE?
It isn't often that Fulham will feature twice in this here column on one day, but when a) the rumours are fairly thin on the ground and b) we could be getting the Deuce back, it's more than justified.
The Daily Telegraph go pretty big on their claim that Ruiz's departure will open the door for Dempsey to return on loan from Seattle Sounders for a two-month loan during the MLS off-season.
Having spent five years and 60 goals at the Cottage, we're pretty sure that Fulham fans will be welcoming him back with open arms and warmed hearts.
AND THE REST
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the man West Brom want to replace Steve Clarke... Jake Livermore, who is still owned by Tottenham, hopes to make his loan move to Hull City a permanent one... Manchester United boss David Moyes is ready to recall Nick Powell from his loan spell at Wigan... Cardiff boss Malky Mackay is targeting three new signings in the January transfer window... Gianfranco Zola is on the brink of parting company with Watford after a total collapse in the Hornets' results at home.