#TransferTalk: All the latest football transfer rumours today

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Manchester United could try to sign Leighton Baines, Ander Herrera and Ilkay Gundogan in January, while Ashley Cole wants to stay at Chelsea.
Arsene Wenger has denied reports linking Arsenal with Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata and Corinthians forward Alexandre Pato.
The Sun

  • Roy Hodgson has one big wish for England at Friday’s World Cup draw – don’t put us in the jungle.
  • Andre Villas-Boas has been blasted as “immature” by West Ham boss Sam Allardyce.
  • Manchester City won’t sell striker Edin Dzeko in the January transfer window.
  • Nottingham Forest want Leicester winger Lloyd Dyer in a £500,000 January deal.
  • West Ham could sign Lyon striker Bafetimbi Gomis next month.
  • Reading are considering a move for Rotherham midfielder Ben Pringle.
  • Leeds and Bolton want to sign Charlton captain Johnnie Jackson, who is out of contract at the end of the season.
Daily Mail

  • Roy Hodgson has admitted he pushed injured Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge to face Germany last month to ‘test his resolve’.
  • Manchester City have won the battle for Brahim Abdelkader Diaz.
  • Sam Allardyce has accused Andre Vilas-Boas of ‘immaturity’ as Tottenham’s players stepped forward to support their under-fire manager.
Daily Mirror

  • Roy Hodgson last night told Brendan Rodgers he will make no apology for playing an injured Daniel Sturridge for England.
  • Arsenal have had an €8million (£6.61million) bid for Alexandre Pato rejected by his club Corinthians according to reports in Brazil
  • FIFA chiefs will today be grilled on whether they have a back-up plan to switch World Cup matches away from trouble-hit stadia.
  • Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has dismissed fresh reports linking Sergio Aguero with a move to Real Madrid.
  • Brendan Rodgers insists he will not spend for the sake of it – though he believes the January transfer window could be crucial to the future of Liverpool.
  • Saido Berahino has vowed to repay West Brom after sealing a massive pay hike from £850 a week to £15,000 a week.
  • Celtic manager Neil Lennon will watch Huddersfield striker James Vaughan against Bolton tonight.
Daily Express

  • Roy Hodgson has admitted he is more concerned about World Cup venues than the potential opponents – and fears being stuck in the jungle.
  • Arsenal have agreed to sign Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata on a six-month loan deal in January.
  • Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea target Javier Pastore insists he won’t be leaving Paris Saint-Germain.
Daily Star

  • Roy Hodgson last night declared: I’m the England Manager, Get Me Out Of Here!
  • Rene Meulensteen has told Fulham owner Shahid Khan: Show me the money.
  • Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata will join Arsenal in January after agreeing a six-month loan deal, and rejecting an offer from Tottenham.
  • Cristian Tello has opened the door to a switch to Liverpool after admitting he will look to leave Barcelona if his first-team opportunities do not improve.
Daily Telegraph

  • Roberto Soldado has admitted that he has fallen significantly below his desired goalscoring standard for Tottenham but is adamant that he will eventually deliver in the Premier League.
  • Manchester United are targeting Leighton Baines, Ander Herrera and Ilkay Gundogan in January – and will wait to open contract talks with Wayne Rooney.
  • Manuel Pellegrini has ended Arsenal’s hopes of signing Edin Dzeko next month after ruling out the sale of the Manchester City forward.
  • Chelsea defender Ashley Cole is determined to stay and earn a new contract.
The Times

  • Roy Hodgson has revealed his greatest fear at this week’s World Cup finals draw is for England to be sent to play in the tropical heat and humidity of the Amazon.
The Guardian

  • Roy Hodgson flies out to Brazil today for the World Cup draw, admitting he is dreading the possibility of his England team being asked to play in the stifling conditions of Manaus in the Amazon rainforest.

  • Roy Hodgson admitted yesterday that he tested Daniel Sturridge’s commitment to England by picking him against Germany last month even though the striker was not completely fit.
London Evening Standard

  • Jose Mourinho today admitted Ashley Cole is unhappy at being frozen out of the first team.
  • Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger today admitted Thomas Vermaelen is ‘suffering’ during his spell out of the first team but insists he will not push to leave the club.
  • Heurelho Gomes today accused Tottenham of being unfair, claiming they will only let him leave if they can recoup the £7.8million they paid for him.
  • Arsene Wenger has denied reports linking Arsenal with two strikers; Real Madrid’s Alvaro Morata and Corinthians’ Alexandre Pato.
Manchester Evening News

  • Yaya Toure is confident the return of skipper Vincent Kompany will guide Manchester City’s defence through a tough away schedule.
  • Chris Smalling has insisted United must pick up from maximum points from their next two home games after a spate of recent draws.
Liverpool Echo

  • Brendan Rodgers has defended Liverpool’s summer transfer dealings – insisting the club had a duty to invest in the long-term future.
The Chronicle

  • Alan Pardew has a simple message for the Newcastle United players who think they can finish in the top four this season: “Prove it”.
  • Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew can understand Swansea’s anguish over congested fixture schedule.


Newcastle and Sunderland

  • Steven Fletcher admits he needs to score more goals for Sunderland, but his job will be made easier with more support.
Sunderland Echo

  • Gus Poyet says it is essential everyone in Sunderland’s squad is ready for first-team action at an instant’s notice.
Express & Star

  • Danny Batth is finally edging closer to resolving his Wolves future and signing a new contract, it emerged today.
The Sentinel

  • Stoke City’s battered and beaten players have been spared a managerial backlash ahead of tomorrow’s big match against Cardiff City at the Britannia Stadium.
South Wales Evening Post

  • Alan Pardew reckons Europa League sides like Swansea City should be given a helping hand by the Premier League.


Wales Online

  • Malkay Mackay says Craig Bellamy is still very much in contention for a starting spot despite being dropped to the bench in recent matches.
  • Wilfried Bony has only suffered a grade one tear of his hamstring and will be out for 10 days rather than the month first feared
The Pink un

  • Chris Hughton is confident Gary Hooper will prove he belongs in Premier League company this coming season.
The Daily Echo

  • Mauricio Pochettino has confirmed that Artur Boruc will be missing for “some weeks” with a broken hand.
Hull Daily Mail

  • Hull City manager Steve Bruce believes club owner Assem Allam was misinterpreted when he said fans opposed to his plan to rename the club Hull Tigers can “die as soon as they want”.
Yorkshire Evening Post

  • Leeds United development squad boss Neil Redfearn is among the bookies’ favourites to take over at managerless Barnsley following the sacking of David Flitcroft.
Derby Telegraph

  • Steve McClaren wants to sign Simon Dawkins on a permanent deal in January.
Lancashire Telegraph

  • Striker Rudy Gestede could make his Blackburn Rovers debut at Ipswich Town tonight.
The Star

  • Rotherham United manager Steve Evans has moved to cool speculation linking him with the Sheffield Wednesday managerial vacancy.
The Argus

  • Tomasz Kuszczak says the time is not right to discuss his Brighton future.


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