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Chelsea believe they can beat Inter Milan to Manchester United's 18-year-old midfielder Paul Pogba, who will soon be out of contract and has rejected a new deal, with a bid of around £3m. Full story: Daily Mirror
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is plotting a move to bring Napoli's Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani, 24, to Anfield before the end of the transfer window.
Full story: Footybunker
Referee Martin Atkinson will definitely miss the game, after pulling out because of illness. It is now almost 11 months since Atkinson took charge of a Manchester United game, after he was fiercely criticised by Sir Alex Ferguson after United's 2-1 defeat by Chelsea. Full story: the Times (subsciption required)
Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand will spend £30,000 on extra security ahead of his side's highly charged FA Cup match against Chelsea on Saturday. Full story: the Sun
Arsenal's 18-year-old star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has played himself into Fabio Capello's England squad, according to a source close to the Italian. Full story: Daily Star
Nedum Onuoha says the Mark Hughes-factor convinced him to seal his £2.5m switch from Manchester City to Queens Park Rangers. Full story: Metro
Real Madrid will look to prise Arsene Wenger away from Arsenal if the side, also known as Los Blancos, continue to lose to Barcelona. Full story: Daily Express
Unsettled Blackburn defender Christopher Samba says he cannot give 100% for the club if he is forced to stay - and has hit out at the club's owners Venky's, claiming they were not honest with him. Full story: the Sun
Liverpool bosses watched a fake Stewart Downing video when they were scouting the England international before his £20m move from Aston Villa in the summer. Full story: Birmingham Mail
Bayern Munich scored a spectacular PR own goal with their fans following a failed media stunt, when supporters thought they had signed a big name forward, only to announce the release of a new app. Full story: Metro
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