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Robinho has told Manchester City to launch an £80m bid for his Brazilian team-mate Kaka. (Daily Star)


North London rivals Spurs and Arsenal are both chasing Werder Bremen's midfield ace Diego. (Daily Star)


Spurs boss Harry Redknapp will launch a £12m raid on former club Portsmouth for Niko Kranjcar. (Daily Star)


Arsenal are preparing a £6m January swoop for Cardiff starlet Joe Ledley. (Sunday Mirror)


Sol Campbell is set for a sensational move to Spanish side Villanueva. (News of the World)


Newcastle are keen to pick up Germany under-21 striker Ashkan Dejagah, 22, from Wolfsburg. (Daily Star)


West Brom boss Tony Mowbray has his eyes on Manchester United striker Manucho. (Various)


West Brom are also looking at Doncaster midfielder Brian Stock. (Daily Star)


Rangers want to take Manchester United defender Jonny Evans on loan in the January transfer window. (Various)


Middlesbrough striker Mido wants to quit the club and join Wigan in January. (News of the World)


Everton are confident they will win the race for Dutch winger Eljero Elia. (News of the World)


Sunderland scouts have been watching Paris St Germain's French keeper Mickael Landreau, 29. (News of the World)


Andrea Dossena may head for Juventus or Roma as Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez looks to cut his losses on the full-back flop. (News of the World)


West Ham, Newcastle and Middlesbrough are all hoping to pick up Ghana captain Stephen Appiah on the cheap. (News of the World)


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Ex-Chelsea boss Avram Grant has applied for the Newcastle job. (Various)


Robin van Persie has agreed a new, double-your-money contract with Arsenal - and is set to sign it by the end of the week. The deal keeps him at the Emirates until 2012. (Sunday Mirror)


Alan Curbishley's bid to win £1m from West Ham over the manner of his departure from Upton Park will be heard by a Premier League tribunal. (Sunday Mirror)


The FA have been urged to scour the nation's multi-ethnic inner-city communities to find English football's answer to Monty Panesar. (Sunday Telegraph)


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is turning down loan bids for his young reserve stars on a daily basis. (News of the World)


UEFA president Michel Platini is determined to prevent the transfers of players under the age of 18. (Sunday Express)


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Chelsea are considering cutting costs by charging players and staff for meals at their Cobham training ground. (Sunday Mirror)

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