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Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...

THE SUN

Arsenal will attempt to land Barcelona ace David Villa on the cheap - at the end of the transfer window

Rafa Benitez has branded World Cup winner Marco Materazzi a liar.

Alan Pardew is poised to strengthen Newcastle's squad with a swoop for four French players.

ARCHIVE: PAPER CHASE

Every morning, FOX Soccer gathers the rumors from across England's papers and presents them to you in one place: Paper Chase. Here are the archives:


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Manchester United and Arsenal are making checks on QPR's Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar.

Arsene Wenger has cleared the way for Manchester United to sign Wilfried Zaha by insisting: "We never wanted him."

Alou Diarra has been told he can shove off by Sam Allardyce after the midfielder claimed he had wasted four months of his life at West Ham.

Scott Sinclair is set to be stuck on the Manchester City bench for the rest of the season.

Chelsea want goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois to stay at the club.

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino is lining up former Barcelona midfielder Joan Verdu as his first signing.

Reading winger Jordan Obita is set to join Gillingham on a one-month loan for a second time.

DAILY MIRROR

West Ham midfielder Mohamed Diame has 90 minutes to earn himself a transfer to Arsenal this month

Rafa Benitez has revealed Roman Abramovich is happy with the progress he is making at Chelsea.

Manchester United's deal to sign Wilfried Zaha and send him back to Crystal Palace is facing a Football League investigation.

Barcelona could target Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina if they sell Victor Valdes in the summer.

Liverpool are preparing a second bid, of £8million, for Inter Milan's Philippe Coutinho.

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Newcastle will make four signings this week as Alan Pardew spends £17million in a determined bid to beat relegation.

Manchester City are set to battle it out with rivals United for Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.

Chelsea winger Marko Marin is a loan target for CSKA Moscow.

West Ham, QPR and Fulham are chasing Newcastle defender Danny Simpson

Wigan boss Roberto Martinez wants Aiden McGeady on loan from Spartak Moscow.

Norwich have made a second bid to sign striker Gary Hooper from Celtic.

Neil Warnock is set to snap up striker Dexter Blackstock for £700,000.

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway wants to snap up Swansea starlet Jazz Richards for £750,000.

Bolton's Spanish defender Marcos Alonso is a shock target for Fiorentina.

Charlton are set to sign Colchester midfielder Anthony Wordsworth for a cut-price £200,000.

Dave Jones wants Wolves centre-back Danny Batth to boost Sheffield Wednesday's bid to beat the drop.

DAILY STAR

Manchester United are weighing up a sensational swoop for Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina.

Rafa Benitez has been accused of being a weak manager living in Jose Mourinho's shadow.

Celtic are convinced they will hang on to striker Gary Hooper after rejecting Norwich's second offer.

Liverpool are ready to make an increased offer of £8million for Inter Milan midfielder Philippe Coutinho after having their initial bid turned down.

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Newcastle are set to become the Premier League's "oui" club by signing another four Frenchmen this week - taking their Gallic contingent to 10.

Neil Warnock is set to snap up Dexter Blackstock for Leeds in a £700,000 switch from Nottingham Forest.

Shaun Maloney says he could not turn his back on Wigan after Roberto Martinez revitalised his career.

Norwich boss Chris Hughton is lining up a £3million bid for Brighton midfielder Liam Bridcutt.

Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse is wanted by Nottingham Forest boss Alex McLeish on loan for the rest of the season.

QPR midfielder Michael Doughty is set for a loan switch to St Johnstone.

Dave Jones wants Wolves centre-back Danny Batth to help Sheffield Wednesday beat the drop.

DAILY MAIL

Rafa Benitez's feud with Marco Materazzi yesterday took an extraordinary twist when the Chelsea coach accused the former Inter Milan defender of being 'a liar' 10 times during an amazing outburst.

Mohamed Diame is threatening to report West Ham to FIFA over fears that the club are trying to renege on his £3.5million release clause.

Manchester United have signed former Reading goalkeeper Dean Santangelo and hope to finally conclude a £12million deal for Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha

Danny Simpson is set to leave for free when his contract at Newcastle ends in the summer.

Wigan manager Roberto Martinez is investigating a loan move for former Celtic winger Aidan McGeady.

Bursaspor have agreed a loan deal with QPR for defender Anton Ferdinand.

Celtic have rejected Norwich's improved offer of £5million for Gary Hooper.

West Brom are keen on Brentford midfielder Harry Forrester.

Bolton defender Marcos Alonso is a £500,000 target for Fiorentina.

Birmingham winger Chris Burke hopes to join Nottingham Forest this week.

Everton are giving a trial to 19-year-old Swedish goalkeeper Jacob Rinne.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester City are considering a move for Stoke goalkeeeper Asmir Begovic.

Federico Macheda is set for another loan from Manchester United, this time to second-tier Spanish side Elche.

THE TIMES

Rafael Benitez renewed hostilities with Sir Alex Ferguson last night by claiming it is "obvious" that the Manchester United manager is continuing to exert undue pressure on match officials.

THE TELEGRAPH

Roman Abramovich is "really pleased" with progress at Chelsea, according to the man hired to ensure the club the Russian has lavished with £1billion do not drop out of the Champions League places as well as surrendering the European Cup.

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