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Brendan Rodgers doesn’t know if he’ll get the chance to buy Liverpool loan star Nuri Sahin – or if he could afford him even if he did. (Daily Mirror)

Meanwhile Rodgers will reward the remarkable success of Liverpool’s young stars by dishing out some new contracts to Suso, Andre Wisdom and Raheem Sterling. (Daily Mirror)

Unhappy Darren Bent wants showdown talks with new Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert after being stripped of the captaincy and then dropped from the team.(Daily Mirror)

Free agent James McFadden is set to sign for Sunderland.(Daily Mirror)

Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho plans to return to English football – but says he hopes Sir Alex Ferguson will still be in charge at Manchester United when he does.(Daily Mirror)

QPR striker Rob Hulse is hoping to resurrect his career at Charlton after signing a three-month loan deal with the Addicks.(Daily Mirror)

Arsenal and Chelsea target Fernando Llorente looks ever closer to fleeing Spain for the Premier League in January, after the striker was reported to have walked out of training with Athletic Bilbao yesterday. (Daily Star)

Manchester United and Chelsea scouts watched Lille left back Lucas Digne, 19, against Rennes last Friday. Digne broke into the Lille first-team last season. (Daily Mail)

Steven Gerrard has hinted he would like to sign a contract extension with Liverpool. (The Sun)

Martin Jol wants to bring in free agent midfielder Mickael Tavares in a bid to shore up Fulham’s midfield. (The Sun)

Nigel Reo-Coker has held talks over a possible move to Dinamo Moscow. The midfielder, 28, has been training with Charlton. Reo-Coker was released by Bolton in summer. (Daily Mail)

AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has warned Manchester United off midfield starlet Stephan El Shaarawy, insisting the 19-year-old is not for sale. (tuttomercatoweb.com)

Roy Keane is expected to be unveiled as the new manager of Turkish club Kasimpasa on Tuesday. The 41-year-old is set to agree a £1.4million-a-year contract. (Daily Mail)

Henrik Larsson is the shock new name being considered by Blackburn to replace Steve Kean. Larsson has worked wonders on a shoestring at Landskrona in Sweden. (Daily Mail)


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