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Arsenal face losing out on Romanian forward Ciprian Marica after Fiorentina joined the chase for the free agent. (Daily Mirror)

QPR boss Harry Redknapp is planning on raiding Tottenham Hotspur again for young striker Harry Kane. (Daily Mirror)

Robin van Persie has revealed his desire to stay at Manchester United beyond 2016, when his current contract expires. (Daily Mirror)

Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio has turned down a loan bid for Lee Cattermole from a Championship club and offered the frozen-out midfielder a chance to return to first team action. (Daily Mirror)

Gedo has got the green light to ride to the rescue of goal-shy Premier League new-boys Hull. The Egyptian international striker will land in Humberside later this week after finally resolving the visa problems which had delayed his switch to the KC Stadium. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal could follow up their deal for Mesut Ozil with a swoop for his former Real Madrid team-mate, Sami Khedira. (Daily Star)

AC Milan star Kaka has amazingly offered to have pay frozen until he recovers from injury. (The Sun)

Manchester United boss David Moyes says the 18-year-old Belgian winger Adnan Januzaj will not leave for Manchester City, and will sign a new contract. (Daily Star)

Former Chelsea defender Marcel Desailly claims Wayne Rooney never really wanted to leave Manchester United, and was just after a new contract. (Daily Star)

Arsenal look set to rival Liverpool for Schalke’s Greek defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos in January. (Daily Express)

Stoke boss Mark Hughes is set to offer Kenwyne Jones a new contract in a bid to prevent the forward from leaving next summer on a free transfer. (Daily Telegraph)

Sevilla fans have hatched an unusual plan to try and persuade on-loan Chelsea star Marko Marin to remain in Spain at the end of the season – they want to find him a Spanish girlfriend. (Daily Express)


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