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Chelsea striker Diego Costa, 28, is to sign a new five-year Chelsea contract worth £220,000 a week after turning down a move to China. (Sun)

Manchester United's hopes of signing Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann, 25, have suffered a setback after the France forward said he had "doubts" about moving the England. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City fear Gabriel Jesus could miss the rest of the season after the 19-year-old Brazilian was confirmed to have suffered a broken metatarsal.(Guardian)

Tottenham defender Danny Rose, 26, has turned down a £14.5m-a-year offer from Chinese club Shanghai SIPG. (Sun)

Spurs are planning to make a summer bid for Crystal Palace's 24-year-old forward Wilfried Zaha. (Express)

Atalanta midfielder Franck Kessie, 20, says he is flattered by interest from Chelsea. (London Evening Standard)

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic will discuss the 35-year-old striker's future at Old Trafford this week. (Sun)

United striker Marcus Rashford, 19, wants to stay at Old Trafford despite a lack of game-time under boss Jose Mourinho. (Manchester Evening News)

When a Spanish journalist accused Diego Maradona of punching him, the former Argentina and Napoli forward denied it but replied that, if he had, he would have "ruined" him. (El Pais - in Spanish)

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Wednesday's Daily Telegraph features an interview with England boss Gareth Southgate

England manager Gareth Southgate says the team's world ranking of 13th is "not good enough". He also suggests that his squad for next month's World Cup qualifiers will have a different look about it. (Telegraph - subscription required)

West Ham United midfielder Mark Noble, 29, wants to end his playing career with the Hammers. (Daily Mail)

Brighton midfielder Dale Stephens, 27, says he could leave the club in the summer - even if they win promotion to the Premier League. Burnley had six bids turned down last summer for Stephens, who is out of contract at the end of the season.(The Argus)

Blackburn Rovers striker Anthony Stokes, 28, is a target of Polish top-flight club Jagiellonia Bialystok. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Former Rangers boss Mark Warburton, 54, would be a good choice as the next permanent manager of Nottingham Forest, says Forest legend Kenny Burns. (Nottingham Post)

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The back page of Wednesday's Daily Express focuses on the injury to Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus

Stoke City defender Philipp Wollscheid, 27, has requested to end his season-long loan at Wolfsburg - by joining their under-23s team in the regional German fourth tier. (The Sentinel)

League One Bolton have taken former Manchester City defender Reece Wabara, 25, and ex-Bulgaria international defender Ivan Bandalovski, 30, on trial. (Bolton News)

Tottenham are planning to drop the name White Hart Lane from their new stadium, while Chelsea hope to continue to use Stamford Bridge for their new ground. (Times - subscription required)

Spurs midfielder Nabil Bentaleb is close to triggering a £16m permanent move to Schalke, where the 21-year-old is on a season-long loan. (Daily Mail)

Former Argentina, Chile and Lazio boss Marcelo Bielsa is set for a return to management with French club Lille. (Daily Mail)

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MLS side Philadelphia Union have advertised for their first ever tattoo artist, who will be responsible for inking the club's global stars. (Daily Mail)

Cardiff City trained in a local park in the Derbyshire village of Little Eaton ahead of Tuesday's 4-3 Championship win at Derby County. (Derby Telegraph)

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