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Liverpool want Shanghai's Drogba

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Didier Drogba is reportedly unhappy in China after leaving Chelsea.
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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

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 manager Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to ditch his diamond formation after complaints from an 80 year old gran.

Former Everton winger Andy van der Meyde has lifted the lid on his time at Goodison Park.

Manchester City defender Micah Richards is facing a lengthy lay-off following the injury he suffered against Swansea.

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has dismissed reports of a return to Spain.

Roberto Di Matteo has pleaded with Chelsea to keep hold of Ashley Cole.

Real Madrid will offer Fabio Coentrao to Tottenham as part of a bid to sign Gareth Bale.

THE PEOPLE

Roberto Di Matteo has urged Chelsea to hand Ashley Cole a suitable new contract.

Liverpool are ready to make a move to sign Didier Drogba from Shanghai Shenhua.

Fulham manager Martin Jol is planning a January bid for Aston Villa striker Darren Bent.

Liverpool will offer £7million for Newcastle United striker Demba Ba in January.

Manchester City are keeping tabs on Schalke midfielder Julian Draxler.

Swansea City are ready to make a fresh move to sign Bolton midfielder Mark Davies in January.

Everton boss David Moyes is stepping up his bid for Leeds United full-back Sam Byram.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is plotting a January move for West Brom midfielder Claudio Yacob.

Liverpool are ready to offer £2million for Middlesbrough goalkeeper Jason Steele.

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Sunderland are on the trail of teenage Romanian midfielder Nicolae Stanciu.

Huddersfield midfielder Oliver Norwood is a target for Norwich and Wigan.

Blackburn Rovers will have to dig deep to persuade Harry Redknapp to become their manager.

Accrington Stanley want to hold talks with former Blackburn midfielder Garry Flitcroft about their managerial position.

Wigan boss Roberto Martinez is sweating on a deal to sign Roger Espinoza after the Honduras midfielder broke his ankle.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Roberto Mancini has issued Manchester City with a 'back me or sack me' ultimatum.

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway is a target for four clubs - Blackburn, Burnley, Crystal Palace and Ipswich.

Manchester United have been told PSV Eindhoven midfielder Kevin Strootman will cost £25million.

Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is ready to make his comeback from injury.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Blackburn are ready to find the money to appoint Harry Redknapp as manager.

Gareth Barry has been told he will have to take a pay cut to secure a new contract at Manchester City.

Manchester United are ready to hold talks with Federico Macheda about his future and the striker could move in January.

Leeds United are ready to hijack Blackburn's bid to sign Cameron Jerome after missing out on his Stoke team-mate Kenwyne Jones.

Fulham are on the trail of Cologne striker Mikael Ishak.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Roberto Di Matteo has appealed to his Chelsea bosses to keep Ashley Cole at all costs.

Sunderland face a major worry over Wes Brown after the defender broke down in training again.

Sean Dyche is set to take over at managerless Burnley.

Chelsea's Florent Malouda faces the rest of the season on the sidelines after a January move to Santos collapsed.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Sir Alex Ferguson doesn't consider the current Chelsea side to be as strong as the "ruthless" one built by Jose Mourinho.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has been warned his continual berating of match officials will not help his team's cause.

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