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olivier-giroud-arsenalWest Ham face forking out £2.5million to offload flop Gokhan Tore with the Besiktas loanee out with a thigh injury. (The Sun).

Manchester United are willing to pay Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil £250,000 a week to tempt him away from the Gunners. The 28-year-old is Arsenal’s highest-paid player but wants an increase to extend his stay. (The Sun)

Stoke full-back Glen Johnson is on a list of possible January signings at Barcelona – and the 32-year-old England international will have the backing of his old Liverpool team-mate Luis Suarez. (Daily Mail)

Real Madrid were among the clubs interested in signing 24-year-old Barcelona forward Neymar before he signed a new contract with the Catalan club last month, the player’s father has confirmed. (Mundo Deportivo via ESPN)

AC Milan and Napoli are both keeping an eye on Olivier Giroud’s lack of football at Arsenal. The 30-year-old striker has started just one game for the Gunners this season and has 18 months left on his contract. (Daily Mirror)

Championship side Queen’s Park Rangers are set to reappoint former manager Ian Holloway as their new boss – 10 years after he left the club. (Evening Standard)

Chelsea’s 19-year-old striker Tammy Abraham – who has scored 12 goals in 20 games on loan at Bristol City so far this season – accepts that he may have to leave Stamford Bridge to play Premier League football. (Squawka)

Former Manchester City and Newcastle midfielder Joey Barton is a free agent after leaving Rangers – and Derby County are among the early favourites to sign the 34-year-old. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa defender Micah Richards has been tipped to move to Turkey this January, with Trabzonspor still interested in the 28-year-old after failing with a bid over the summer. (Birmingham Mail)

Everton’s majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri has moved to ease fans’ fears over manager Ronald Koeman’s recent claim that 23-year-old striker Romelu Lukaku has “greater and higher” potential than the club can match. (Talksport)

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