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Derby are ready to bid £7m for Portsmouth striker David Nugent, and they also want Newcastle's Shola Ameobi on loan. (News of the World) :razz:


Real Madrid want Chelsea centre-back Ricardo Carvalho. (Various)


Manchester City are set to bid £10m for Heerenveen's Brazilian striker Alfonso Alves. (Various)


Arsenal and Manchester United are locked in a battle to sign 19-year-old Argentine midfielder Angel Di Maria. (News of the World)


Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill wants to sign Liverpool left-back John Arne Riise. (The People)


Everton, Liverpool and Arsenal are competing for the signature of Monaco midfielder Yohan Mollo. (The People)


Newcastle will renew their interest in Barcelona's want-away Brazilian Edmilson. (The People)


Manchester City are targeting Lyon's France international striker Karin Benzema but will need to pay around £14m for him. (The People)


City also want Chelsea left-back Wayne Bridge but face competition from West Ham. (The People)


Tottenham are set to make a cut-price £1.5m bid for West Ham midfielder Luis Boa Morte. (The People)


Arsenal are interested in signing Dynamo Kiev's Croatian midfielder Luka Modric. (The People)


Manchester United are set to land 15-year-old Norwegian striker Joshua King from Valarenga. (The People)


Tottenham are considering moving for Villarreal's Argentine midfielder Juan Riquelme. (The People)


But Tottenham are set to lose out to Manchester United for the signature of Ghana youth international Ransford Osei. (The People)


Chelsea winger Scott Sinclair is wanted on loan by Sheffield United manager Bryan Robson. (The People)


Liverpool midfielder Momo Sissoko has told friends he wants to leave the club in January. (Mail on Sunday)


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Bolton have been told by Real Sociedad that prising manager Chris Coleman away will cost them £1m. (Various)


As well as Coleman, Bolton are considering Gary Megson and Graeme Souness for their vacant manager's position. (The people)


The FA would have to pay £21m as part of a complex pay-off to Chelsea if they want Jose Mourinho as the next England manager. (Sunday Mirror).


But the ex-Blues boss says he does not want the job. (News of the World).


However, Jurgen Klinsmann is interested in becoming the next England boss, having told friends he wants his next job to be in London. (The People)


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Freddy Eastwood has come down to earth with a bump since his goals have dried up - his club Wolves put him on a Ryanair flight to return from Wales' trip to San Marino rather than the private jet he has been used to previously.

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