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PSG on brink of Cabaye swoop

Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye wanted to join Arsenal during the summer.
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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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Stan Kroenke has given his approval to Arsene Wenger's new Arsenal contract which will be signed "imminently".

Tim Sherwood admits he could be sacked if Tottenham do not make the Champions League.

Millwall are being lined up for a takeover by a consortium headed by former QPR chairman Gianni Paladini.

Stoke and Fulham are battling to sign Scotland full-back Alan Hutton.

Liverpool are interested in Fulham winger Muamer Tankovic but the Cottagers are planning on staving off that interest by signing him to a new contract.

Jose Mourinho killed off Manchester United's title hopes then said: It's all over for them now.

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Jose Mourinho piled the pressure on David Moyes and then wrote off Manchester United's title chances.

Everton are stalling on their interest in Monaco's Lacina Traore amid concerns about a hamstring injury.

Bolton are set to join the race for Hull striker Danny Graham, who is also a target for Middlesbrough.

Meanwhile, Swansea hope to complete the signing of Boro defender Rhys Williams later on Monday.

Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino will be offered a new "bumper" contract by Southampton owner Katharina Liebherr.

Championship side Blackpool are set to sack boss Paul Ince and make midfielder Barry Ferguson, 35, player-manager.

Southampton owner Katharina Liebherr is ready to offer Mauricio Pochettino a bumper new contract to keep him at St Mary's.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho last night wrote off Manchester United's title hopes once and for all and beating them 3-1.

Aston Villa keeper Brad Guzan claims Liverpool's Luis Suarez admitted he took a dive at Anfield on Saturday to win a penalty.

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Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will step up his efforts to sign FC Basel winger Mohamed Salah this week.

Reports in France claim Paris Saint-Germain are on the verge of signing Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye for a fee of £23m.

Crystal Palace are trying to sign Brondby's 23-year-old Denmark international forward Simon Makienok.

Sunderland striker Danny Graham, 28, could be set for a loan move to Nottingham Forest when he returns from a loan spell at Hull.

Barry Ferguson could be Blackpool's next manager if Paul Ince's services are dispensed with - Ince has been in talks with Karl Oyston after a shocking run of recent form.

Samuel Eto'o toppled Manchester United with his first Chelsea hat-trick, leaving manager Jose Mourinho to claim the champions cannot expect to defend the title from so far adrift.

Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata has ruled out moving to Arsenal, Liverpool or Tottenham in January, instead opting to stay at the Bernabeu.

Former Blackburn chairman John Williams is being lined up to succeed Nicola Cortese at Southampton.

West Brom will resist any moves from sponsors Zoopla to fire striker Nicolas Anelka.

Liverpool are ready to make a formal bid for Basel's 21-year-old Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah, who has been valued at £12m by the Swiss side.

David Moyes has deflected talk of a Manchester United crisis and vowed that his team would not give up on defending the Premier League title.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers fears losing midfielder Lucas Leiva for six to eight weeks with a knee injury suffered in the 2-2 draw with Aston Villa.

Fulham have offered £4m for Swansea's Welsh left-back Neil Taylor.

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