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Manchester United are plotting to hijack Man City’s move for Real Madrid star Kaka . (Sunday Star)

United are also being linked with a bid for Hapoel Tel Aviv and Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama , according to reports in Nigeria. (IMScouting.com)

Chelsea have joined the race to sign Cardiff City and England striker Jay Bothroyd . Birmingham and West Ham are also keen on the 28-year-old forward, who is out of contract at the end of the season. (The Mail on Sunday)

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is ready to make a cut-price £1.5m move for Everton winger Steven Pienaar who is out of contract in the summer. (News of the World)

Newcastle could be the indirect beneficiaries if David Beckham goes on loan to Tottenham, as Spurs winger David Bentley will leave for St James’ Park to make room for the ex-England skipper in the squad. (The Mail on Sunday)

Newcastle are also keen to take Bentley’s team-mate Robbie Keane , initially on loan, but with a view to a permanent switch if he is successful. (News of the World)

Newcastle and Aston Villa are both preparing bids for 26-year-old Paris Saint Germain winger Stephane Sessegnon . (L’Equipe)

Steve Sidwell will complete his move to West Ham this weekend. (News of the World)

Hammers boss Avram Grant is also keen on 19-year-old Birmingham midfielder Jordan Mutch . (News of the World)

Dimitar Berbatov is ready to start talks over a new £120,000 a week contract at Manchester United . Patrice Evra and John O’Shea will also sign new deals soon. (News of the World)

Blackburn are leading the chase to re-sign left back Stephen Warnock from Aston Villa. (News of the World)

Premier League duo Wolves and Blackpool , plus promotion hopefuls Cardiff are all battling to sign Danny Shittu , whose Millwall contract expires on January 20. (News of the World)

Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina says he has no intention of quitting the club. (Sunday Star)


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