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Juan Mata fears for his World Cup chances after being sidelined at Chelsea as Juventus and Atletico Madrid prepare January loan moves for the Spanish star. (Daily Mirror)

France midfielder Yann M’Vila sparked transfer rumours aplenty in Liverpool after being spotted in the away end at the Merseyside derby. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City add Real Madrid keeper Iker Casillas to list of targets to replace Joe Hart. (Daily Mirror)

Derby insist they have not agreed to sell England Under-21s starlet Will Hughes to Liverpool in January. (Daily Mirror)

Emmanuel Adebayor is in line for a £1.4million payment if he snubs a January move away from Tottenham. (Daily Mirror)

Ashley Cole leads a clutch of England stars battling for a World Cup place while frozen out at club level. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal may move for Getafe’s Romania striker Ciprian Marica as they look for alternatives to Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema and Aston Villa’s Christian Benteke. (Mail on Sunday)

A Manchester United move for Cristiano Ronaldo after next summer’s World Cup remains possible. (Mail on Sunday)

Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra is set to be offered £150,000-a-week by both Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco next summer. (Daily Star Sunday)

West Ham’s search for a striker could see them move for former Manchester City forward Felipe Caicedo, who is currently at Lokomotiv Moscow. (Sun on Sunday)

Tottenham and Manchester United target Fabio Coentrao has ruled out a move the Premier League after agreeing to stay at Real Madrid. (Sun on Sunday)

David Moyes has hinted that Ryan Giggs, who turns 40 next week will be offered a new one-year deal at Manchester United. (Sunday Telegraph)

Rio Ferdinand is considering retiring at the end of the season. (Metro)

Steve Clarke wants to remain as West Brom boss after his current deal expires at the end of the season. (Birmingham Mail)

Portuguese left-back Fabio Coentrao, 25, has dealt a blow to Tottenham and Manchester United by agreeing to stay at Real Madrid. (The Sun)


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