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ARSENAL WANT A SHORT-TERM SOLUTION
The word across most of the papers is that Theo Walcott's injury will inspire Arsenal to recruit a short-term solution up top, with a number of targets mentioned.
Most sources claim that Arsene Wenger made a new approach for Real Madrid youngster Alvaro Morata on Tuesday, probably about a loan deal until the end of the season for the promising Spaniard. Indeed, The Daily Mail claims Arsenal will 're-double their efforts' to get Morata after Walcott's injury.
The Mail continues: 'Wenger sees Morata as the perfect stop-gap between now and the end of the season, but Real have informed the Gunners that the talented striker is not available on a permanent or temporary basis.
'But Arsenal remain in contact with Madrid chiefs and are hoping for a significant breakthrough.'
Thusly, they also have a list of alternatives. The Times claims Wenger is also looking at Mirko Vucinic from Juventus, recent Monaco signing Lacina Traore and Salomon Kalou, currently of Lille. The Mail also claims they could make a bid for Porto's striker Jackson Martinez.
These stop-gaps will come before their long-term targets might be available in the summer, targets that include Mario Mandzukic, Edin Dzeko and Diego Costa.
VIDIC ON HIS WAY?
Looks like Nemanja Vidic might well be on his way at the end of the season.
His agent, Silvano Martina, is quoted in The Daily Mail as saying:
"At the moment, I would rule out an extension with Manchester United. Vidic, given his contract situation, has several teams looking at him.
"Vidic is a very good player and will have no trouble finding a new club. For the time being we are remaining calm. At the moment there has been no contact (with Napoli) but they are one of the best clubs in Europe."
LAMELA WANTS OUT ALREADY
Here's Erik Lamela's papa, casting doubt over his future at Tottenham:
"Erik is not happy and wants to go back to Italy," he apparently told the Italian media.
"He has been linked with Lazio, but I don't know anything about this. Could he re-join Roma? I don't know.
"Tottenham does not want him to leave in January."
PALACE MAKE THEIR MOVES
While Wilfried Zaha won't be going back to Crystal Palace on loan (Cardiff are the favourites for that one, according to some of the papers), it seems they will be making their moves for some other targets.
The Daily Telegraph reports that Tony Pulis wants both Everton's Nikica Jelavic and Blackpool's Tom Ince this month.
The paper claims: 'Pulis is ready to pay £3.5 million for Everton forward Jelavic and has made an enquiry for Ince, the Blackpool winger, while Blackburn Rovers defender Scott Dann also remains on the radar.
'The Palace manager wants to sign at least six players this month and has been promised funds by chairman Steve Parish after boosting the club's chances of avoiding relegation.'
AND THE REST...
Fredy Guarin is set to stay at Inter Milan, despite interest from Chelsea...Juventus insist Paul Pogba and Andre Pirlo, who have both been linked with England, will sign new deals at club...Juan Mata insists he is happy to fight for his future at Stamford Bridge...Sean Dyche insists Burnley do not have to sell Danny Ings...Hull striker Matty Fryatt has been thrown a Premier League lifeline by Steve Bruce...QPR boss Harry Redknapp has told Newcastle to cough up at least £15m if they want to sign Loic Remy.
Former Werder Bremen boss Thomas Schaaf has entered the race for the West Brom job...Cardiff striker Nicky Maynard is a loan target for Championship promotion chasers QPR and Nottingham Forest...
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has made a striker his number one priority with West Brom's Shane Long and Luuk De Jong of Borussia Monchengladbach, topping his shopping list...Everton have been told to pay £1.5m if they want Dundee United teenager Andrew Robertson...Manchester City are tying up a work permit for Nigerian wonderkid Kelechi Iheanacho...Paris Saint-Germain are considering a move for Tottenham defender Kyle Walker after right-back Christophe Jallet was injured...Sam Allardyce has flatly denied claims Ravel Morrison has asked to leave West Ham and be allowed a move to Fulham...Norwich will reject a "derisory" offer from Aston Villa for Wes Hoolahan.