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Spurs starlet Alex Pritchard is being eyed by Wigan boss Uwe Rosler for a loan move. (Daily Mirror)

Former Chelsea defender Michael Mancienne could join Sunderland after three-year spell in Germany. (Daily Mirror)

QPR boss Harry Redknapp is poised to make a stunning swoop for his nephew Frank Lampard. (The Sun)

Turkish side Besiktas are keen on Chelsea striker Demba Ba. (Daily Mail)

QPR boss Harry Redknapp is ready to offer ex-Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand a return to London. (Daily Express)

Inter Milan will step up their interest in Tottenham’s ex-Roma striker Erik Lamela. (Daily Mail)

Roma want Southampton defender Dejan Lovren if Manchester City target Mehdi Benatia leaves the Serie A club. (The Sun)

Cardiff City are set to sign former Manchester United striker Federico Macheda. (Daily Mail).

Blackpool have given up in the wrangle over Tom Ince’s transfer fee, with the midfielder now poised to join Inter Milan. By moving abroad, the Seasiders will receive much less compensation for the 22-year-old. (The Sun)

Chelsea have made an enquiry for Paris St-Germain striker Ezequiel Lavezzi. It is understood the Argentine, 29, is keen to play in a more competitive league outside France. (Daily Mail)

West Ham have agreed a three-year deal with Argentine forward Mauro Zarate, 27, who has had spells in Europe with Birmingham City in 2008 and more recently with Italian giants Lazio and Inter Milan. (Daily Star)

Liverpool have been told they must increase their offer to £25m for Southampton midfielder Adam Lallana, 26, if they want him to move to Anfield. (Metro)

The Reds are set to make a £40m double move on Southampton with right-back Nathaniel Clyne, 23, joining midfielder Lallana as a major target. (Daily Star)

Paolo Di Canio wants to return to Celtic as manager. The 45-year-old Italian would jump at an approach from Celtic to make a comeback as Neil Lennon’s successor 14 years after leaving the club as a player. (Daily Record)


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