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Liverpool makes move for Sturridge

Liverpool wants to sign Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge in January.
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DAILY MAIL

Roman Abramovich will try to persuade Pep Guardiola to become Chelsea manager before the summer if he fires Roberto Di Matteo.

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Roy Hodgson is considering bringing in a psychologist to help England's footballers take penalties.

Liverpool have contacted Chelsea about Daniel Sturridge's availability as they aim to make an immediate mark in the January transfer window.

Arsene Wenger will recommend to the Arsenal board that they improve Theo Walcott's contract offer in an attempt to end the uncertainty over his future.

THE SUN

Roberto Di Matteo has told his warring Chelsea stars to carry on arguing after Saturday's dressing-room row at West Brom.

Liverpool have made the first move to sign Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge for £15million in January.

Mark Hughes was still clinging to his job at QPR last night after crisis talks with his players and chief executive.

Manchester City are prepared to let midfielder Abdi Ibrahim go for £750,000 in January. Fulham and Wigan are both interested in signing the 21-year-old Norwegian.

New York Red Bulls attacker Tim Cahill is chasing a loan return to Everton.

Leeds boss Neil Warnock wants to boost his defence with Stoke's Ryan Shotton and QPR's Clint Hill.

Nottingham Forest will revive their interest in Spurs goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes - unless Lee Camp performs a U-turn and agrees a new deal.

Swansea's Jonathan De Guzman wants to make his loan move from Villarreal permanent.

DAILY MIRROR

Roberto Di Matteo is set to put his job on the line and ditch Fernando Torres for Chelsea's make-or-break clash with Juventus.

Liverpool are talking with Chelsea about a possible move for Daniel Sturridge.

Roberto Mancini's son last night threw down the gauntlet to Jose Mourinho, insisting: My dad knows more about football than you.

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Roy Hodgson has admitted he could bring in a psychologist to solve England's penalty curse.

Mark Hughes is ready to turn to Andreas Granqvist in a desperate bid to rescue QPR.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will make a personal intervention to try to resolve Theo Walcott's contract stand-off.

West Brom are ready to sell Chris Wood for £1million - after his successful loan spell with Millwall ends.

Leeds boss Neil Warnock wants to shore up his defence by signing Stoke's Ryan Shotton and QPR's Clint Hill.

DAILY STAR

Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo could drop Fernando Torres and Eden Hazard against Juventus tonight.

Mark Hughes held a frosty clear-the-air meeting with his players yesterday to appeal for unity as he clings on to his job at QPR.

Tottenham face a fight with Real Madrid and Barcelona to keep hold of teenage duo Alex Pritchard and Shaquille Coulthirst.

DAILY EXPRESS

Liverpool have made a firm enquiry to Chelsea for Daniel Sturridge as they look to push ahead with plans to sign the England forward in January.

Tim Cahill wants to return to Everton on loan in January.

THE TELEGRAPH

Liverpool have asked Chelsea about the availability of forward Daniel Sturridge, paving the way for a £15million January transfer.

Nottingham Forest manager Sean O'Driscoll is considering a £1.5million bid for Norwich forward Steve Morison.

EXIT STRATEGY

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Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert could make a £1.5million bid for Hull defender James Chester.

THE TIMES

Chelsea's players remain steadfast in their support of Roberto Di Matteo, even though they could become the first holders to be eliminated from the Champions League at the group stage.

Mark Hughes has been given no assurances about his long-term position as QPR manager after meeting chief executive Philip Beard yesterday.

Liverpool have revived their interest in Chelsea forward Daniel Sturridge.

METRO

Liverpool could solve their problems up front with a move for Sporting Lisbon's 24-year-old Spaniard Jeffren on loan, with an option to buy.
 

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