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Manchester City midfielders David Silva, 31, and Samir Nasri, 29, could be the next to head to the Chinese Super League and join ex-boss Manuel Pellegrini at Hebei Fortune. (Sun)

Former Arsenal and Tottenham defender Sol Campbell believes he could help under-pressure City defender John Stones turn his season around. (Daily Mail)

Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has vowed not to sell 25-year-old forward Antoine Griezmann amid interest from Manchester United. (Telegraph)

Marseille have made a new £26m bid for 29-year-old West Ham midfielder Dimitri Payet. (L'Equipe - in French)

The Frenchman is losing out on £25,000-a-match appearance money at the Hammers while he refuses to play for them. (Telegraph)

West Ham winger Andre Ayew, 27, is suspected to have contracted malaria while playing for Ghana at the Africa Cup of Nations, the national team's doctor says. (Ghana News Agency via Daily Star)

Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian want to sign Leeds striker Chris Wood, 25, having failed in their bid for Chelsea's 28-year-old forward Diego Costa. (ESPN)

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has dismissed Joey Barton's claims that he could have joined the Gunners after the 34-year-old Burnley midfielder revealed he was due to meet the Frenchman for talks in the summer of 2011. (Daily Express)

The Gunners have been given the chance to hijack Everton's move for Lyon's 24-year-old Algeria international winger Rachid Ghezzal. (Sun)

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Paul Pogba has told his former Manchester United team-mate Adnan Januzaj, 21, that he wants him back at Old Trafford when his loan spell at Sunderland comes to an end. (Sun)

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says defender Luke Shaw, 21, is having a "difficult period" as he bids to re-establish himself in the first team. (Manchester Evening News)

Burnley have made a £13m bid for Norwich's 25-year-old winger Robbie Brady. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Watford have told West Brom they will need to pay more than £17m if they want to sign 27-year-old striker Odion Ighalo. (Mirror)

Arsenal have taken up an option to extend 32-year-old midfielder Santi Cazorla's contract for another year. (Mirror)

Barcelona are interested in signing 21-year-old Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud. (Fichajes.com - in Spanish)

Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka says his 20-year-old forward Adama Traore is good enough to play for Chelsea but he must continue to learn at Boro. (Times - subscription required)

Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend, 25, is keen to return to Newcastle on loan, with Palace considering signing Middlesbrough's Stewart Downing, 32, as a replacement. (Guardian)

Palace boss Sam Allardyce tried and failed to bring in "about 20" new players but a deal for Arsenal's 24-year-old right-back Carl Jenkinson remains alive.(London Evening Standard)

Borussia Dortmund are set to rival Manchester United for 19-year-old Ajax striker Kasper Dolberg. (Mirror)

Claudio Ranieri says Leicester City are considering bringing in new signings in January, including a replacement for defender Luis Hernandez, 27, who is expected to sign for Malaga. (Leicester Mercury)

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And finally

Everton's 18-year-old midfielder Tom Davies says even Liverpool fans have been congratulating him in the street since his well-taken goal against Manchester City on Sunday. (Mirror)

Arsenal have unveiled a new banner at Emirates Stadium of their striker Alexis Sanchez, 28, cuddling his two dogs Atom and Humber. (Daily Mail)

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