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Arsenal are stepping up the Karim Benzema chase as Arsene Wenger looks to boost the Gunners’ firepower in January transfer window. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea are plotting a £60million Radamel Falcao bid as Jose Mourinho looks to fill striker void at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mirror)

Crystal Palace are considering ex-Manchester United assistant boss Rene Meulensteen for vacant manager job.  (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United are set to step up their interest in German star Marco Reus after his current club Borussia Dortmund revealed he does have a release clause in his contract. (Daily Star)

Arsenal’s hopes of taking Juventus striker Fernando Llorente on loan in January have been dashed by the Serie A club. (Daily Mail)

Thibaut Courtois has told Chelsea he will not open talks on his future until after the World Cup – and wants assurances he will be able to fight Petr Cech for the first team spot. (Daily Mail)

West Ham are weighing up a January loan move for highly-rated Real Madrid forward Jese Rodriguez, 20. (Daily Star)

Arsenal are ready to give key defender Per Mertesacker a new four year contract. (Daily Express)

Chelsea are interested in signing promising young midfielder Max Meyer, German club Schalke have confirmed. (Daily Star)

Former Chelsea duo Dan Petrescu and Roberto Di Matteo are among the early contenders to replace Martin Jol at Fulham. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has given up on signing Barcelona keeper Victor Valdes, 31, and has switched his attentions to landing Malaga stopper Willy Caballero, 32. (Daily Star)

Fiorentina are determined to keep Arsenal midfield target Juan Cuadrado, 25, at the Serie A club. (Metro)

West Ham have been handed a boost in their pursuit of striking reinforcements with former Manchester City player Felipe Caicedo, 25, ready to quit Lokomotiv Moscow in January. (Daily Express)

Lazio are to open talks with Arsenal and Tottenham target Hernanes, 28, over a new deal to remain at the Stadio Olimpico. (Daily Star)


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