#TransferTalk : All The Latest Football Transfer News And Gossips This Evening

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Slovakian midfielder Ondrej Duda is a target for Arsenal and Tottenham, according to his representatives.

Tottenham are reluctant to allow Paulinho to leave the club this month unless there is a possibility of a permanent deal.

Andros Townsend insists his long-term future is at Tottenham despite being consistently linked with a move away from White Hart Lane.

Spurs are interested in Fenerbahce’s Emmanuel Emenike, his agent has revealed.

Wojciech Szczesny may be facing an uncertain future but Bob Wilson believes his Arsenal career should not go up in smoke.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Angel Di Maria admits he has been surprised by Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney’s commitment and quality since his arrival at Old Trafford.

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu insisted that star player Lionel Messi is going nowhere as he announced that the club would call for early elections amid reports of crisis at the Nou Camp.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

The man masterminding Daniel Sturridge’s battle to regain full fitness today spoke of the “incredible work ethic” which is setting the Reds striker up for “a very bright future.”

Roberto Martinez says the more direct approach used against West Ham United was not a special case – and there was no team meeting to decide upon the shift in style.

Romelu Lukaku revealed that he and his Everton FC team-mates pleaded with Roberto Martinez to adopt a more direct style against West Ham on Tuesday.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United will not rush when it comes to naming Alan Pardew’s successor.

Glenn Hoddle says he is “happy” to coach Queens Park Rangers – but has refused to close the door on a return to management.

Celtic’s £8m asking price for Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk is likely to scupper any chance of a January move to Sunderland.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah is expected to remain at Chelsea this month, despite being heavily linked with a loan move to Sunderland.

Toronto FC have confirmed their interest in taking Sunderland striker Jozy Altidore back to the MLS.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

New West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Pulis has turned his focus on Blackburn ace Rudy Gestede.

Birmingham City have not received – and would not welcome – any further interest in starlet Demarai Gray.

EXPRESS & STAR

West Brom old-boy Darren Moore has warned the club’s stars to toe the line or face the wrath of head coach Tony Pulis.

Wolves today announced Kortney Hause has signed a new deal – as Andy Delort re-emerged as a transfer target.

THE SENTINEL

New signing Philipp Wollscheid completed his first training session at Stoke City and then declared his desire to have a crack at Arsenal on Sunday.

Marc Wilson has revealed he is having injections for a troublesome knee injury to ensure he does not slip off the radar of Stoke City manager Mark Hughes.

Stoke City midfielder Jamie Ness will spend the rest of the season on loan at Crewe Alexandra.

Stoke City’s young striker George Waring has joined Barnsley on loan and could make his senior debut against Yeovil on Saturday.

THE DAILY ECHO

Ryan Bertrand is adamant Saints will head to Manchester United with a “big-team mentality” – insisting they will not go there thinking a draw would be a good result.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Hull City’s spending in the January transfer window will be severely restricted because they are in danger of breaking Financial Fair Play rules.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Tottenham Hotspur are lining up a bid for Burnley’s star striker Danny Ings.

Blackburn Rovers’ annual accounts, which show a £42.1m loss, are now available to the public.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Leicester City have agreed a deal to sign HNK Rijeka striker Andrej Kramaric.

Leicester City striker Tom Hopper has joined Scunthorpe United on a one month loan.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Anderlecht striker Aleksandar Mitrovic has been touted as a potential replacement for Wilfried Bony at Swansea City.

Tom Carroll is tipping Bafetimbi Gomis to catch fire in the Premier League in the absence of Wilfried Bony.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Harry Redknapp reckons Sandro will be back to face Stoke away on January 31.

QPR players will swap football boots for wellington boots if needs after discovering the Harlington training ground pitches are under water this morning.

SOUTH LONDON PRESS

Stefan Maierhofer has agreed a deal to become the latest player to join the influx of new blood into Ian Holloway’s squad.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Leeds United were on the trail of Ivory Coast defender Sol Bamba last night as the agent of Luciano Becchio spoke out and urged the club to make an offer for the striker.

Leeds coach Neil Redfearn says there’s an element of ‘act in haste repent at leisure’ over Rodolph Austin’s future.

NOTTINGHAM POST

Todd Kane is hoping to help Nottingham Forest revive their Championship fortunes, after joining on loan from Chelsea for the rest of the season.

THE PINK UN

Norwich City are set to appoint Hamilton’s player/boss Alex Neil on Thursday.

THE BOLTON NEWS

Neil Lennon admits there is a chance Chung-Yong Lee may not play for Wanderers again.

Momentum appears to be gathering behind Wanderers’ pursuit of Celtic striker Kris Commons – with his agent insisting the player is no nearer a new deal with the SPL champions.

BLACKPOOL GAZETTE

A Blackpool supporter today accused the Oyston family of trying to silence fans after it emerged he was being sued by the club’s owner for £150,000 over comments he allegedly made on a fans’ message board.

READING POST

Millwall are targeting a move for Reading right back Shaun Cummings.

THE ARGUS

Nigel Clough believes Sheffield United are making progress in their efforts to take Chris O’Grady back north.

IPSWICH STAR

Ipswich Town will announce the signing of recent loanee forward Noel Hunt at some stage tomorrow following the Irishman’s release by Leeds United.

THE STAR

Sheffield Wednesday have today captured Chelsea midfielder Lewis Baker on a youth loan.

EVENING TIMES

Mike Ashley was today urged to splash out cash on players who can help Rangers challenge for the SPFL Premiership – or stand aside and allow somebody else to invest.

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