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Owen poised for Sunderland move

Former Manchester United striker Michael Owen has been linked with Sunderland.
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Didier Drogba has been reassured that he still has a future with Shanghai Shenhua.


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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Gervinho has told Arsenal fans that Olivier Giroud must be given time to settle in at the club.

Jon Obi Mikel admits Chelsea were given a kick up the backside by Atletico Madrid on Friday night.

Kevin Doyle feels he would have been a traitor by quitting Wolves during the summer.


Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli faces several weeks on the sidelines with eye surgery.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill plans to sign Michael Owen on a free transfer this week.

Harry Redknapp is in the frame to manage Ipswich, with Paul Jewell under increasing pressure at Portman Road.

Aaron Ramsey is in talks over an improved deal at Arsenal.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is ready to move for free agent John Mensah.

Blackburn want to sign Norwich striker Steve Morison on loan.

Fulham failed in a beat-the-deadline bid to sign Wilson Palacios on loan from Stoke.

Liverpool defender Danny Wilson could make a second loan spell to Blackpool this week.

Chelsea could allow Spanish midfielder Oriol Romeu to leave on loan - with Bolton leading the chase for his signature.

Huddersfield could look to sign Jermaine Beckford on loan this week with a view to a permanent deal in January.


Real Madrid have secured first option to buy Gareth Bale for £45million should Tottenham ever decide to sell the Welshman.

Wembley could host the Euro 2020 final if UEFA go ahead with plans to stage the tournament across several countries.

Wojciech Szczesny is out of Arsenal's trip to Liverpool on Sunday.

Roberto Mancini is demanding answers after he failed to land any of his top transfer targets in the transfer window.

Manchester City and Liverpool could still make moves for Theo Walcott in January if the England winger cannot agree terms over a new deal at Arsenal.

Ryan Bertrand is set to sign a double-your-money deal at Chelsea.

Steven Davis has revealed he received hate mail from angry supporters following his decision to quit Rangers for Southampton last month.

Arsene Wenger has dismissed claims he is ready to retire at the end of the season.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has warned Demba Ba and Papiss Cisse to up their games - or face being dropped.

Ron Vlaar insists he has no regrets over his decision to join Aston Villa - and reckons the side will soon start moving up the league.

Roy Hodgson has told Wayne Rooney he remains England's No 1 striker.

Harry Redknapp is Southampton's top choice to replace Nigel Adkins should Saints' Premier League struggles continue.

Steve Bould has been told his top priority as assistant coach is to crack the whip and keep the Arsenal defence in shape.

Nigel Winterburn fears Arsenal are becoming a feeder club for some of Europe's top sides.

Brendan Rodgers insists he is happy as Liverpool manager despite the board's refusal to stump up £6million to sign Clint Dempsey on transfer deadline day.

Sir Alex Ferguson insists Wayne Rooney still has a future at Manchester United.

Craig Noone reckons he can help fire Cardiff into the Premier League this season.

Charles N'Zogbia has vowed to reproduce his best form for Aston Villa this season.



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Sir Alex Ferguson ended the speculation over Wayne Rooney's future by insisting the only place the Manchester United striker is going is on to a treadmill to get fit.

QPR boss Mark Hughes will consider allowing goalkeeper Robert Green to leave in January in search of first-team football.

Tottenham have confirmed winger Aaron Lennon has signed a new contract which commits him to the club until 2016.

Leeds have signed El-Hadji-Diouf until January.

Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler has thrown his hat into the ring for the Chesterfield job.

Tottenham's transfer dealings in the latest window have exposed early tension in the relationship between manager Andre Villas-Boas and the White Hart Lane board.


Liverpool fans have erupted in fury at the club's failures on transfer deadline day. The future of managing director Ian Ayre is now under scrutiny.

Radamel Falcao, the Colombia striker whose hat-trick shot down Chelsea in the European Super Cup, may join the London club in January.


Celtic are close to signing striker Lassad Nouioui on a free transfer.

Christope Berra is a doubt for Scotland's World Cup qualifier against Serbia on Saturday due to personal reasons.

Motherwell goalkeeper Darren Randolph insists Celtic's Fraser Forster can consider himself unfortunate not to have been called up by England for the forthcoming World Cup qualifiers.

Motherwell admit they still may need to sell one of their star performers in January despite the cash generated from their exploits in Europe this season.

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