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Lukas Podolski has hinted that he is interested in joining Arsenal admitting he is likely to move abroad if he quits Cologne. (Daily Express)

Sunderland boss Martin O’Neill is weighing up a January transfer swoop for Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic. (Daily Mail)

Barcelona have fiercely disputed claims that Oriol Romeu is at Chelsea for keeps and insist they can re-sign him for £9.5m next summer or £13m the following year. (The Sun)

Everton are chasing French centre-back Yohan Tavares. Moyes is ready to make a £500,000 bid for the Beira Mar defender, 23. (The Sun)

QPR are bracing themselves for a double bid from Napoli for Adel Taarabt and Alejandro Faurlin. (the Sun)

Barcelona and Real Madrid have ruled out a move for Chelsea misfit Fernando Torres. (Daily Mail)

Harry Redknapp has admitted he would love to bring Carlos Tevez to Spurs – but concedes that a January move for the Manchester City outcast is unlikely because of his wages. (Daily Mail)

But Spurs do have their eye on Nigeria Under 23 midfielder Raheem Lawal. (The Sun)

Newcastle have been told by PSV Eindhoven to shelve plans to resurrect their interest in £6million-rated full-back Erik Pieters. (Daily Express)

Swansea have had a £100,000 bid accepted for Cliftonville striker Rory Donnelly. (Daily Express)

Liverpool face competition from Juventus for Porto’s defensive midfielder Fernando Reges. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is weighing up a move for Everton midfielder Jack Rodwell as a replacement for Darren Fletcher, who is out for the season due to illness. (Daily Telegraph)

Spartak Moscow are set to go head to head with Queens Park Rangers for Tottenham misfit Roman Pavlyuchenko. (Metro)

Vedran Corluka could be heading to Roma in January, with his agent set to sit down with Tottenham and sort out his future in the coming days. (talkSPORT)

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