#TransferTalk: All the latest football transfer rumours today

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Bryan Ruiz is set to leave Fulham, Arsenal face a big bill to sign Barcelona starlet Antonio Sanabria and Man Utd could recall Nick Powell.

Fulham are confident of beating West Ham and Stoke to re-sign Clint Dempsey on loan, while Borussia Dortmund are chasing a Sunderland striker.

Daily Mail

  • Sergio Aguero could miss six weeks after damaging a leg muscle during Manchester City’s 6-3 win over Arsenal.
Daily Star

  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the man West Brom want to replace Steve Clarke.
  • Steven Gerrard is worried after getting the silent treatment from Luis Suarez about the World Cup.
  • Michael Laudrup believes a serious injury to winger Nathan Dyer cost his side three points at Carrow Road.
Daily Express

  • Manchester United manager David Moyes praised the courage of Darren Fletcher following the midfielder’s comeback from a career-threatening illness.
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be in the running to fill the managerial vacancy at West Brom.
The Sun

  • Raging David Moyes last night accused Premier League bootboys of taking it in turns to target superkid Adnan Januzaj.
  • Jake Livermore, who is still owned by Tottenham, hopes to make his loan move to Hull City a permanent one.
  • Fulham’s Bryan Ruiz is keen on a move to Belgian side Anderlecht in January.
Daily Mirror

  • West Brom are trying to end Roberto Di Matteo’s cash stand-off with Chelsea to bring him back to Albion.
  • Jack Wilshere is set for a one-match ban for a gesture towards the Manchester City fans after Saturday’s 6-3 defeat.
  • Manchester United boss David Moyes is ready to recall Nick Powell from his loan spell at Wigan.
  • Arsenal face a £3.6 million bill to sign Barcelona starlet Antonio Sanabria.
  • Cardiff boss Malky Mackay is targeting three new signings in the January transfer window.
  • Tony Pulis believes Crystal Palace have given themselves a survival chance – because they can now attract new players next month.
  • Bacary Sagna will have to lower his sights to stay at Arsenal – in exchange for a two-year deal.
  • Gianfranco Zola is on the brink of parting company with Watford after a total collapse in the Hornets’ results at home.
Daily Star

  • Manchester City’s title hopes have suffered a hammer blow with the news that Sergio Aguero could be sidelined for up to six weeks.
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London Evening Standard

  • Tottenham sacked coach Andre Villas-Boas this morning following a meeting at the club’s training ground with chairman Daniel Levy.
  • Tottenham legend Gary Lineker has backed his former England team-mate Glenn Hoddle to succeed Andre Villas-Boas at the club.
  • John Terry is determined to ensure Chelsea overturn Arsenal next week to occupy the Premier League top spot on Christmas Day.
Manchester Evening News

  • David Moyes has praised United striker Wayne Rooney, insisting his immense talent was evident from the age of 16.
  • After playing a leading role in City’s demolition of Arsenal, Fernandinho has revealed he is still eyeing a World Cup call-up.
Liverpool Echo

  • Brendan Rodgers hailed Liverpool’s win over Tottenham as the most complete performance of his reign at Anfield.
  • Jordan Henderson believes the rest of the Premier League will sit up and take notice of Liverpool’s stunning 5-0 thrashing of Tottenham.
  • Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu is likely to be out injured for a “few weeks”after scans revealed the extent of his hamstring injury.
  • Seamus Coleman believes Everton showed the spirit of genuine top-four contenders by beating Fulham despite not being at their best.
The Chronicle

  • Tim Krul feels the draw against Southampton shows how much progress the Newcastle United have made this season.
Newcastle and Sunderland

  • Newcastle United star Shola Ameobi feels ‘extremely frustrated’ at his lack of goals this season.
Sunderland Echo

  • Borussia Dortmund have revived their interest in Sunderland striker Ji Dong-won, according to reports in Germany.
  • Fabio Borini insists the Capital One Cup can help, not hinder, Sunderland’s bid to remain in the Premier League.
Birmingham Mail

  • David Moyes has given Paul Lambert a vote of confidence with the Manchester United manager insisting: “I don’t think anyone can do a much better job than Paul” at Villa.
Express & Star

  • Sacked boss Steve Clarke spoke of his “deep regret” at losing his job at Albion as the club today stepped up the hunt for his replacement.
  • Furious Kenny Jackett today blasted his under-achieving Wolves players and accused Bakary Sako and Leigh Griffiths of slacking.
The Sentinel

  • Mark Hughes says Marc Wilson’s fine form in the back four will prevent Robert Huth being rushed back to the heart of Stoke City’s defence for their hectic festive programme.
Newham Recorder

  • Manager Sam Allardyce confirmed that West Ham are close to signing an “attacking player” after they drew another blank in Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Sunderland.
Fulham Chronicle

  • Fulham are confident of fending off competition from West Ham and Stoke City to re-sign Clint Dempsey on loan in January.
South Wales Evening Post

  • Michael Laudrup has emerged as a leading contender to replace Andre Villas-Boas as Tottenham manager.
Wales Online

  • Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay has revealed he wants to bring in three players in the January transfer window – a defender, a midfielder and a striker.
Hull Daily Mail

  • Jake Livermore has revealed he would be “more than happy” to consider turning his loan deal into a permanent move to Hull City next month.
Evening Gazette

  • Jacob Butterfield believes Boro are too good a team to go down despite another defeat at the weekend.
The Star

  • Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough has refused to rule-out the possibility of raiding his former club Derby County when the transfer window reopens next month.
The Argus

  • Brighton number two Nathan Jones has dropped the broadest hint yet that Craig Conway will be re-signed during the January transfer window.
Evening Times

  • Celtic’s injury problems will deepen this week when Mikael Lustig undergoes an operation on a persistent hip problem.
  • Ally McCoist insists his record-breaking Rangers are not invincible as he bids to stop complacency creeping in at Ibrox.
The Scotsman

  • Celtic pair Georgios Samaras and Joe Ledley have not expressed a desire to leave the club, according to a club official.
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