Cole could be off to PSG in January
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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:
Ashley Cole will be offered a big-money move to Paris Saint-Germain in January.
Rio Ferdinand is set to be offered a new deal by Manchester United.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Consortiums from Saudi Arabia and the United States are hoping to rival GFH in the £52million buy-out of Leeds United.
Ben Foster insists West Brom can become a permanent fixture in the top half of the Premier League.
Harry Redknapp is being lined up to replace Mark Hughes as QPR boss.
John Brayford insists Derby are more than capable of sinking Nottingham Forest in Sunday's East Midlands derby.
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup is backing his son Andreas to help his side FC Nordsjaelland to beat Chelsea in their Champions League clash this week.
Ryan Giggs reckons Manchester United can win the Champions League again this season.
Roberto Mancini is ready to deploy Carlos Tevez as a lone frontman again in this week's Champions League tussle with Borussia Dortmund.
Roman Abramovich has told Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole that Chelsea will not offer anything more than 12-month deals to any player over 30 seeking a new contract.
Blackburn will offer Tim Sherwood a bumper contract - including a £1million promotion bonus - to take over as Ewood Park boss.
West Brom are ready to break the bank in a bid to keep Jonas Olsson at The Hawthorns.
Matt Taylor says he doesn't understand why Sam Allardyce sides have reputations for being 'long-ball merchants'.
Jose Enrique claims Brendan Rodgers is the best manager he has ever played under.
Wolves want to sign Fraizer Campbell on a season-long loan from Sunderland
Scott Carson is being flouted around for a possible free-transfer Premier League return after his contract with Turkish club Bursaspor came to an end.
Blackpool are set beat Ipswich to the loan signing of QPR's out-of-favour striker DJ Campbell this week.
Ipswich have paid £4,000 to Brentford for 14-year-old striker Daniel Muamba - the younger brother of former Bolton midfielder Fabrice.
Brighton are ready to sign Thomas Hitzlesperger on a free transfer - if Everton decide against offering the former Germany midfielder a deal.
James McFadden is set to re-join Motherwell after hopes of a move to Sunderland faded.
Crystal Palace are set to sign former Malaga defender Manu Torres, who is available on a free transfer.
Sir Alex Ferguson has urged Rio Ferdinand to turn his back on England and focus on his club career with Manchester United.
Mark Hughes insists axed keeper Robert Green still has a future at QPR.
Roy Keane is set to return to management with Turkish side Kasimpasa.
Stephen Warnock accepts his Aston Villa career is over.
Wayne Routledge is keen to sign a new deal to stay with Swansea.
Fulham are lining up moves for Dutch teenagers Chris David and Adil Tihouna.
Montpellier have told Chelsea and Arsenal that target Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa is not for sale.
Arsenal are on the trail of Guingamp midfielder Gianelli Imbula, 20.
Sven-Goran Eriksson has blasted the FA over their handling of John Terry's racism hearing.
Jose Enrique insists he has no plans to quit sunbeds despite being the victim of teasing by his Liverpool team-mates.
Nigel Reo-Coker has pinned the blame on agents after beig left in the football wilderness.
Simon Cox reckons Nottingham Forest already have a side capable of competing in the Premier League.
MAIL ON SUNDAY
PSG, Manchester City and Chelsea are all prepared to grant Cristiano Ronaldo his wish to become the world's best-paid player.
Blackburn will have to stump up £3m in compensation if they want Tottenham's technical co-ordinator Tim Sherwood to replace Steve Kean.
Newcastle will sell Demba Ba in January after his failure to agree a new deal.
Manchester United are close to agreeing a £6million deal for Thomas Ince - with the Blackpool playmaker set to follow in his father Paul's footsteps by signing for Sir Alex Ferguson.
Spurs are ready to reappoint Damien Comolli as technical director - four years after they sacked him from the role.
Darren Fletcher insists he is fit and ready to play for Scotland in next month's World Cup qualifiers.
Kilmarnock defender Michael Nelson has revealed Paul Lambert played a big role in his decision to move to Rugby Park.
Pat Fenlon fears his Hibs side lack the belief required to push for the top of the SPL.
Andres Lindegaard insists Scott Wooton won't freeze should Sir Alex Ferguson throw him in at the deep end against Cluj on Tuesday.
Neil Lennon has warned Celtic they face arguably the toughest game of their Champions League campaign this week when they travel to face old boy Aidan McGeady's Spartak Moscow.
Hibs new boy Tom Taiwo has revealed Claude Makelele was his inspiration during his formative years at Chelsea.