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Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas is facing another test of his authority as Daniel Sturridge, 22, is becoming disillusioned with his lack of opportunities to play as a centre forward. Full story: the Times (subscription required)
Nigel de Jong, 27, is set to be sold by Manchester City at the end of the season after the midfielder refused to sign a new contract. Full story: the Sun
Manchester United have been angered by 21-year-old Danny Welbeck's contract demands - with the England striker holding out for a new £60,000-a-week deal. Full story: Daily Mail
Aston Villa midfielder Fabian Delph, 20, is poised to return to Leeds on loan with Villa boss Alex McLeish confirming that the club has been contacted by United.Full story: Birmingham Mail
Rangers manager Ally McCoist wants to sign Trabzonspor's Polish striker Pawel Broznek on loan.
Full story: Daily Mail
French forward Yann Kermorgant, currently with Charlton, has emerged as a target for Celtic.Full story: Daily Mail
QPR are beefing up security for their FA Cup tie against Chelsea, where Anton Ferdinand and John Terry are set to come face to face. Full story: Daily Mirror
Manchester City have warned their players not to become embroiled in a Twitter feud with their Manchester United rivals over City-related tweets by the likes of Wayne Rooney and Rio Ferdinand. Full story: Daily Telegraph
Manchester United striker Michael Owen claims he has not given up on breaking England's goalscoring record - even though he has played just 79 minutes in the Premier League this season. Full story: Daily Mirror
Manager Andre Villas-Boas will take his Chelsea players on a five-day trip to Majorca next week to boost team morale. Full story: Daily Mail
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been dealt a major blow ahead of Sunday's Premier League game against Manchester United, with striker Thierry Henry rated as 'doubtful'. Full story: Metro
Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer, 39, is set to play into his 40s after signing a contract extension with them until at least summer 2013. Full story: Evening Standard
Former Celtic ace Shunsuke Nakamura proved he can still bend it like the best of them, by curling a free-kick through the window of a moving bus on Japanese television. Full story: Metro
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