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Ferguson to tempt Ronaldo return

Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is currently unhappy at the Bernabeu.
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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...

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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:


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The PFA are checking the studs on Fulham striker Hugo Rodallega's boots following the recent injury to Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney.

Swansea City are set to sign former FC Twente full-back Dwight Tiendalli until the end of the season to cover for the injured Neil Taylor.

Arsene Wenger has told Arsenal defender Johan Djourou that he still has a future at The Emirates.

Peter Crouch is hoping he and new Stoke City signing Michael Owen can score the goals to earn an England recall.

Swansea City defender Ashley Williams says he is in no rush to sign a new contract.

Joe Hart is confident he can be England's No 1 for many more years.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Sir Alex Ferguson will ask Manchester United to pay whatever it takes to bring Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford.

The Premier League has no plans to scrap the pre-match handshake ritual.

Manchester United winger Nani is prepared to run down the last two years on his contract so he can leave for free.

West Ham United are in talks with midfielder Mark Noble over a new contract.

Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has been given until January to prove he should stay as No 1 or Brendan Rodgers will start looking for a new keeper.

Blackpool are hoping to re-sign striker DJ Campbell on loan from Queens Park Rangers.

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Manchester City are set for showdown talks with Argentina regarding the fitness of Sergio Aguero.

Paris Saint-Germain coach Carlo Ancelotti is still keen to sign Chelsea full-back Ashley Cole.

THE PEOPLE

Leicester City are lining up a move to appoint Harry Redknapp as manager if Nigel Pearson fails to keep the club in the promotion hunt.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to swoop for Borussia Monchengladbach goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas was not responsible for the signing of Hugo Lloris, with chairman Daniel Levy pushing through a deal for the keeper.

Spurs are ready to let midfielder Jermaine Jenas join Leeds United on loan.

Everton manager David Moyes is prepared to allow youngster Ross Barkley to join Sheffield Wednesday on loan.

Crystal Palace are hoping to sign defender Danny Gabbidon.

Brede Hangeland could be the latest key name to quit Fulham as there have been no talks over a new contract.

Arsenal could rekindle an interest in Everton left-back Leighton Baines during the January transfer window.

THE MAIL ON SUNDAY

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has revealed the horrific leg injury he sustained against Fulham came within a millimetre of ending his career.

United have suffered another blow with the news that defender Phil Jones has been ruled out for two months after knee surgery.

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John Terry is likely to miss England's Wembley World Cup qualifier against Ukraine on Tuesday night - and Saturday's potential powder-keg clash between Chelsea and QPR.

Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling, 17, is at the centre of an international tug of war as although he is now an England U19 international, he is also wanted by Jamaica where he was born.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will today be given an insight into what is expected of him as an England international with Roy Hodgson suggesting he is going to deliver a dressing down to the teenager.

Liverpool are to announce the creation of a "technical committee" of "football people" in an attempt to avoid a repeat of the transfer deadline day debacle that saw striker Andy Carroll allowed to leave the club without a replacement being signed.

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