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Juventus eye Southampton’s Dani Osvaldo for a January loan move with a view to a permanent transfer in the summer. (Daily Mirror)

Schalke’s Julian Draxler, who was a summer target for Arsenal, has told Premaier League clubs he is staying in Germany. (Daily Mirror)

Patrice Evra is set to leave Manchester United at the end of the season and return to France. (Daily Mirror)

Talks have begun over a new Arsenal contract for keeper Wojciech Szczesny. (Daily Mirror)

New Sunderland boss Gus Poyet is poised to take a massive gamble by recalling forgotten man Wes Brown, who hasn’t played in 21 months because of injuries, for Sunday’s crunch derby against Newcastle. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will make the club wait until mid-season before deciding whether to sign a new contract. (Daily Mirror)

Graeme Souness is in the frame for the Middlesborough job after the club sacked Tony Mowbray. (Daily Mail)

Barcelona are eyeing up a move for Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere as a replacement for Xavi and Andres Iniesta. (Daily Star)

Manchester City and Barcelona are battling it out for 14-year-old Malaga star Brahim’s signature. (Daily Mail)

Tottenham are said to be willing to offer £17m for Dinamo Zagreb youngster Alen Halilovic. Spurs were close to a £10m deal for the 17-year-old midfielder in the summer, and any future move will depend on how much playing time the Croatia international will receive. (Daily Express)

Liverpool hope the decision to loan Derby 20-year-old defender Andre Wisdom will help them beat a number of Premier League clubs to the signing of Rams midfielder Will Hughes, 18. (Daily Star)

Ian Holloway’s future as Crystal Palace manager is in doubt ahead of a meeting with the club’s co-chairman Steve Parish. (Guardian)

Japan striker Keisuke Honda, 27, will be joining AC Milan on 1 January after his contract expires at Russian side CSKA Moscow. (L’Equipe)


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