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Leighton Baines has reportedly demanded a move to Manchester United, after news of a fresh joint bid from David Moyes for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle are on talks to re-sign Demba Ba on a season-long loan from Chelsea, seven months after selling him to the Londoners for £7million. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United have made Everton an improved joint offer of £38million for midfielder Marouane Fellaini and left-back Leighton Baines. (Daily Mirror)

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup is ­confident they will land a striker before Monday’s transfer deadline, and ­admits Getafe’s Alvaro Vazquez and West Brom’s Peter Odemwingie are on his radar. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham are close to striking deals for Ajax midfielder Christian Eriksen – they have been given permission to speak to the £10m-rated Dane – and Steaua Bucharest defender Vlad Chiriches, who was pictured arriving at Heathrow on Wednesday. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham have also approached Manchester United about buying their back-up striker Javier Hernandez. (Daily Mirror)

Crystal Palace have opened talks with hugely experienced defender William Gallas, who is a free agent after leaving Spurs. (Daily Mirror)

But Palace have failed with a move for Joey Barton, according to the QPR midfielder. (Daily Mirror)

Hull are back in the running to sign Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner. Tigers boss Steve Bruce has signed the Dane twice before, taking him on loan at both Birmingham and Sunderland. (Daily Mirror)

Leighton Baines has made his feelings clear to Everton bosses that he wants them to let him go to Manchester United, after The Mirror’s reports that a new joint bid has been made (The Sun).

Mesut Ozil will stay at Real Madrid and fight for his place on the team (The Sun).

Chelsea have agreed a deal with Samuel Eto’o in one year deal that will earn him £7million in wages (Daily Mail).

The Independent are also reporting that Baines has requested a move to Manchester United, asking Roberto Martinez and club chairman to let him go (The Independent).


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