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Sunderland will loan out £8million flop Connor Wickham. (Daily Mirror)

Stoke have blocked a loan escape for Cameron Jerome because Michael Owen’s is crocked. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle reckon they’re nailed on to sign Mathieu Debuchy in January. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal are ready to let Emmanuel Frimpong leave. (Daily Mirror) 

Jose Mourinho has got his eye on England kid Wilfried Zaha for Real Madrid. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea stroller Frank Lampard’s plans for golden autumn in China depend on whether fiancé Christine Bleakley can find house she likes. (Daily Mirror)

 Ashley Cole’s mother hints Chelsea defender will move to PSG. (Daily Mirror)

Derby’s superteen midfielder Will Hughes is on the menu for Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool. (Daily Telegraph)

Mario Balotelli is on his way out of Manchester City after partying 12 hours before last Sunday’s home game against Spurs – he was not due to play and has not broken any club rules. (Sun)

Fulham are interested in Molde defender Vegard Forren – also linked with Manchester United and Everton. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu is being chased by Espanyol and Valencia. (Daily Mail) 

Internacional striker Leandro Damiao – a long-term Tottenham target – says if he makes move to Europe it will be for Real Madrid. (talkSPORT)

Newcastle will try again for Lille defender Mathieu Debuchy after fruitless summer chase. (Daily Telegraph)

Rio Ferdinand has told Manchester United there is no guarantee he will sign a new contract to continue playing next season. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United are scouting Porto winger James Rodriguez for the seventh time. (Daily Mirror)

Arsene Wenger is back on the trail of Real Madrid starlet Alvaro Morata. (Daily Mirror)  

West Ham plotting to bring back Nicolas Anelka but worried that the old fella’s wage demands will be too high. (Daily Mirror)


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