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MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Juventus defender Alex Sandro is Jose Mourinho’s preferred left-back target should Manchester United seek a replacement for Luke Shaw in the summer.
Aymeric Laporte has told Athletic Bilbao he wants to join Manchester City, according to sources in Spain.
Manchester City are trying to fast track their move for Fred as the January transfer window enters its final week.
Alexis Sanchez has revealed he likes to play on the left and through the middle – but is willing to “fit in anywhere” at Manchester United.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD

West Ham are hopeful of signing Inter Milan midfielder Joao Mario on loan.
Tottenham have a longstanding interest in Paris Saint-Germain winger Lucas Moura, who has been told by his manager to find a new club this month.
James Collins admits he would be “devastated” if he had to leave West Ham but fears he may have to if there is no imminent progress on a new contract.
LIVERPOOL ECHO

Liverpool U23s boss Neil Critchley admits he could lose another three players before the January window shuts next week.
Liverpool have been linked with a move to sign Brazilian forward Luan.
NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United are weighing up their next offer for Feyenoord’s Nicolai Jorgensen.
Newcastle United do not want to sell Jonjo Shelvey – and they will resist all attempts from West Ham United to prise the midfielder away this month.
SUNDERLAND ECHO

Sunderland are leading the race for Wolves winger Ben Marshall.
LEICESTER MERCURY

Leicester City are reportedly interested in young Monaco defender Almamy Toure as they intensify their search for a right-back, according to French media.
Chelsea have made an enquiry for Leicester City striker Islam Slimani, the Mercury understands.
BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Cheikh Ndoye has been linked with a shock Birmingham City exit just six months after joining the club from Angers.
EXPRESS & STAR

West Brom have reached an agreement with Zamalek to sign centre-back Ali Gabr on loan until the end of the season, the Egyptian club’s president has announced.
THE SENTINEL

Stoke City are back in the top 30 of world football’s money list thanks to annual revenue of about £140m.
Erik Pieters admits that Stoke’s players would have saved Mark Hughes if they had worked as hard for him as they did for Paul Lambert on Saturday.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Ipswich Town striker David McGoldrick has re-emerged as a top Cardiff City transfer target with Neil Warnock keen to get his final January deal done.
GET WEST LONDON

Fulham captain Tom Cairney is odds-on to stay at Craven Cottage this winter, despite interest from West Brom.
THE BOLTON NEWS

Parkinson predicts the Wanderers squad which goes into their next game against Bristol City in nine days’ time will be primed for a survival fight.
THE STAR

Chris Wilder has quashed fears that Jamal Blackman could return to Chelsea earlier than expected.

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