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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:
Theo Walcott has finally agreed a new contract at Arsenal.
Wesley Sneijder's chances of a Liverpool move rest on him taking a pay cut of up to £100,000 a week.
Alan Pardew has told Newcastle owner Mike Ashley to sign two players - or face relegation.
Mario Balotelli's agent held talks with AC Milan yesterday.
Norwich have launched a £10million attempt to land strikers Gary Hooper and Danny Graham.
Cardiff have beaten Hull in the race for Fraizer Campbell.
Paolo Di Canio has vowed he will not quit as Swindon boss.
Angry Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has told Luis Suarez it was "unacceptable" for him to admit to diving.
Gianfranco Zola has emerged as a serious contender to become Chelsea's next full-time boss - and help to change the mood at Stamford Bridge.
Proud Geordie Danny Graham has some explaining to do before he clinches a £4million move to Sunderland - after admitting he would hate to step foot in the city.
West Brom want to sign Liverpool defender Sebastian Coates.
Wesley Sneijder has been warned he needs to cut his wage demands in half if he is to fulfil his Premier League dream.
Nigel Adkins is still under massive pressure at Southampton - despite the club's upturn in fortunes.
Arsene Wenger is warning a "negative environment" at Stamford Bridge could destroy Rafa Benitez at the club.
QPR are desperate to dump Jose Bosingwa by paying off the defender this month.
Owen Hargreaves last night insisted his career is not over - and claimed he will only play for a Champions League side.
Nick Barmby wants to be the next Blackpool boss.
Brighton have made a £2million bid for FC Groningen defender Virgil van Dijk.
Roman Abramovich will take complete control of picking Chelsea's next boss after being swayed into hiring Rafa Benitez.
Manchester United are on the verge of wrapping up a £10million deal for Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha.
Liverpool are interested in signing Wesley Sneijder - but only if the Inter Milan playmaker agrees to take a pay-cut.
Nigel Adkins is facing a fresh fight to hang on to his Southampton job.
Liverpool will make a sales pitch to Wesley Sneijder if the Inter Milan playmaker is serious about accepting a drop in his colossal wages.
Aston Villa are lining up Roberto Di Matteo as a replacement for Paul Lambert if their disastrous run continues.
West Ham are holding out renewed hope of persuading Nicolas Anelka to have one last crack at the Premier League after receiving indications that he may be willing to negotiate on his high wage demands.
Referees are to stick to their tough line on dangerous tackles - despite the confusion created by Vincent Kompany's successful appeal.
Liverpool will enter the race for Wesley Sneijder if the Holland star is prepared to drop his salary demands.
Liverpool defender Sebastian Coates is attracting interest from Boca Juniors.
Galatasaray are showing an interest in Fulham defender John Arne Riise.
QPR are desperate to get rid of Jose Bosingwa but the defender is apparently refusing to leave for less than the £8million outstanding on his deal.
Louis Saha is considering a move to South African side Bidvest Wits.
Blackburn are trying to sign Barnsley defender Scott Wiseman.
Chelsea face the prospect of another high-profile snub if they formally approach Jurgen Klopp to be their new manager, with the Borussia Dortmund coach expected to favour the possibility of succeeding Joachim Low as Germany coach.
Arsenal are still considering a late bid to beat Manchester United to the signing of Wilfried Zaha but manager Arsene Wenger has conceded that it would be virtually impossible to recruit Edinson Cavani during the transfer window.
Wesley Sneijder's hopes of a move to Liverpool will stand a chance of being realised only if he is willing to accept a significant pay cut.
Newcastle could resurrect their interest in Bordeaux forward Yoan Gouffran.