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Paper Chase: Reds want Granqvist

Genoa defender Andreas Granqvist is reportedly a transfer target for Liverpool
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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

Giovanni Trapattoni has stunned Ireland fans by expressing an interest in becoming Blackburn boss.

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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Liverpool want Genoa's Sweden international center-back Andreas Granqvist - formerly of Wigan - and are ready to pay £5million.

Birmingham will sign Papa Bouba Diop on a one-month loan deal once his visa arrives.

Liverpool and Manchester City are battling Arsenal to sign young Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha.

Mark Hughes is refusing to let any of his QPR fringe stars out on loan.

Chelsea have stepped up their plans to sign Marseille's Loic Remy.

DAILY MIRROR

Owen Coyle wants to bounce straight back into management after being sacked by Bolton Wanderers.

Carson Yeung's controversial reign at St Andrew's could soon be over after Birmingham City entered takeover talks with two parties.

Manchester United kid Robbie Brady is a loan target for injury-hit Wolves.

Leeds are set to win the race for Southend winger Ryan Hall.

Reading rebel Simon Church can forget about loans to Birmingham or Ipswich - unless he signs a new deal.

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Andre Villas-Boas has warned his Tottenham stars not to get carried away with their stunning run of form when they play Chelsea.

DAILY MAIL

Chelsea scouts watched Ghanaian Waris Majeed score a hat-trick for Swedish side BK Hacken last weekend.

Napoli and Inter Milan are interested in Arsenal goalkeeper Vito Mannone.

Aston Villa are keeping tabs on Burnley striker Charlie Austin and are also monitoring Dynamo Moscow's Aleksander Kokorin.

Liverpool are keen on Hamburg's South Korea forward Son Heung-min.

Joe Allen has promised Wales will not allow a feud between Gareth Bale and Charlie Adam to spill into their World Cup qualifying clash with Scotland.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has declared he is "overjoyed" the club's stadium name is reverting to St James' Park.

Mick McCarthy and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have emerged as the two leading contenders to replace Owen Coyle at Bolton.

DAILY EXPRESS

Former Wolves boss Mick McCarthy and Roy Keane are in the frame at Bolton after the club sacked manager Owen Coyle.

Chelsea are ready to make a second move in January to capture Marseille striker Loic Remy.

Everton boss David Moyes has his eyes firmly set on a return to Europe.

DAILY STAR

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has already set his sights on becoming an England centurion.

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Stoke winger Michael Kightly has hit back at Liverpool's defense of Luis Suarez and claims the striker screams like a baby.

Barnet have confirmed they have received international clearance for former Fulham striker Collins John.

Chelsea skipper John Terry is ready to accept his four-match suspension for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand and face the prospect of further disciplinary action from his club.

Alan Curbishley has turned down the chance to succeed Owen Coyle as manager of Bolton.

INDEPENDENT

Newcastle's £24million shirt sponsorship deal with Wonga was engulfed in fresh controversy on Tuesday night when the club's Muslim players were warned that wearing the new shirts would infringe Sharia law.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Barcelona have said that a Spanish doctor, Dr Luis Garcia del Moral, who has been banned for life for his role in the Lance Armstrong affair has "never been on the payroll" at the Catalan club.

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