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Liverpool have been told they will have to up their offer of £8m to land young Brazilian star Philippe Coutinho. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is weighing up a last minute move to hijack Newcastle’s move for defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa. (Daily Mirror)

Galatasaray have agreed a deal to sign Holland midfielder Wesley Sneijder from Inter Milan. (Daily Mirror)

QPR’s Adel Taarabt is in talks with AC Milan over a move to the San Siro, and the Rossoneri are confident of sealing that move by the end of the month, according to TuttoMercato. (Daily Mirror)

Reading are considering a bargain £1.5million swoop for Birmingham stopper Curtis Davies. (Daily Mirror)

Wigan boss Roberto Martinez is interested in West Brom centre-half Craig Dawson. (Daily Mirror)

Norwich City boss Chris Hughton is set to snap up keeper Lee Camp on a free – and beat neighbours Ipswich to his signature. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal are being offered Lyon ace Yoann Gourcuff on loan. The French club are keen to off-load the 26-year-old. Arsenal are also interested in Celtic’s Victor Wanyama. (Daily Mail)

QPR are exploring a shock move for Chelsea misfit Florent Malouda. (Daily Mail)

Steven Gerrard fears Luis Suarez will quit Liverpool if they fail to qualify for the Champions League. (The Sun)

Celtic will make a move for Burnley striker Charlie Austin if Norwich’s pursuit of Gary Hooper reaches a successful conclusion in the coming days. (Daily Mail)

Wigan are eyeing loan moves for Liverpool’s Sebastian Coates and Ronald Zubar of Wolves, as Roberto Martinez tries to shore up his back line. (Daily Telegraph)

Fulham are trying to tie up a £500,000 deal for Olympiakos defender Vasilis Torosidis. (The Sun)

Swansea City midfielder Jonathan de Guzman is keen to turn his loan spell at the Liberty Stadium into a permanent move after an impressive start to life in South Wales. (Goal.com)

Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has dismissed the idea of selling James McCarthy to Arsenal in the January transfer window. (Goal.com)

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