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Cardiff City have sent a top club official to Mexico to tie up the signing of Ecuador winger Jefferson Montero. (Daily Mirror)

Hull City could take £7million winger Nordin Amrabat off Roberto Mancini’s hands as the Galatasaray manager looks to shift non-Turkish players from his squad. (Daily Mirror)

Dan Petrescu’s appointment at Crystal Palace is in doubt as the two sides fail to agree terms. (Daily Mirror)

Italian attacker Alessio Cerci, who has started the season brilliantly at Torino, is attracting covetous glances from Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool. (talkSPORT)

Arsenal could be set to steal 17-year-old Croatian starlet Alen Halilovic from under the noses of local rivals Tottenham. (Daily Express)

Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul, meanwhile, could be heading to Milan in January. (The Sun)

Crystal Palace are set to make another attempt to lure Tony Pulis to Selhurst Park. (Daily Mail)

Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov could be a surprise transfer target for Barcelona, who want back-up for injury-troubled Lionel Messi. (Daily Express)

Tim Cahill is hopeful of securing a loan move back to the Premier League during the MLS break (The Sun)

One man who could be on his way in to Craven Cottage is Brazilian midfielder Anderson, who has struggled to nail down a first-team spot at Manchester United. (Manchester Evening News)

Liverpool appear to be leading the race for Derby County boy wonder Will Hughes. The midfielder is likely to cost over £10million. (Metro)

Chelsea playmaker Oscar reveals he almost joined Real Madrid when Jose Mourinho was manager at the Bernabeu. (Goal.com)

Newcastle must fight off up to six other Premier League clubs to secure the loan signing Manchester United’s Wilfried Zaha. (The Sun)

Chelsea are eyeing up Wolfsburg defender Ricardo Rodriguez, 21. (The Sun)

England midfielder Michael Carrick, 32, has agreed a two-and-a-half-year contract extension at Manchester United as he looks to end his career at Old Trafford. (Daily Mail)

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