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Manchester United could sell captain Wayne Rooney, 31, before the close of the Chinese Super League transfer window on 28 February. (Telegraph)

Chelsea's 19-year-old striker Dominic Solanke will join Liverpool when his Stamford Bridge deal expires at the end of the season. (Sun)

Meanwhile, Chelsea have entered the race to sign long-time Liverpool midfield transfer target Mahmoud Dahoud, 21, from Borussia Monchengladbach. (Guardian)

West Ham are preparing to allow summer signing Arthur Masuaku, 23, to leave and are ready to take a big loss on the £6m they paid Olympiakos for the defender. (Squawka)

But Hammers boss Slaven Bilic is keeping an eye on Paris St-Germain defender Fode Ballo-Toure, with the 20-year-old likely to be available on a free transfer in the summer. (Madein Foot, in French)

Saturday's back page of The Times

Manager Arsene Wenger's situation at Arsenal is "not good", according to his brother Guy. (Mirror)

And there is also a question mark over the long-term future of Wenger's trusted transfer negotiator Dick Law, according to one report. (Telegraph)

Everton's England Under-20 forward Ademola Lookman, 19, has also been targeted by Nigeria to represent them in international football. (Mirror)

Tottenham will make late decisions on the fitness of striker Harry Kane and defender Jan Vertonghen for their FA Cup tie with Fulham on Sunday. (Standard)

AC Milan are targeting a move for unhappy Spurs midfielder Moussa Sissoko, 27.(Calciomercato, in Italian)

However, Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is demanding improvement from striker Vincent Janssen, 22. (Standard)

Burton Albion midfielder Jackson Irvine, 23, rejected a £5m-a-year Chinese Super League deal because he dreams of playing in the Premier League. (Sun)

The Mirror's back page on Saturday

Chelsea captain John Terry has reportedly turned down transfer offers from Major League Soccer in order to lift a fifth Premier League title with the Blues. (Daily Star)

But the 36-year-old Chelsea defender is preparing for life after his playing career by learning Portuguese - with some help from former boss Jose Mourinho. (Mirror)

Michael Oliver is the next high-profile referee to be targeted with a move away from the Premier League, and has attracted interest from MLS. (Sun)

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is optimistic that striker Diego Costa, 28, will stay at the club beyond the end of the season. (Daily Mail)

Fulham midfielder Stefan Johansen, 26, who grew up in the northernmost point of Norway where there is only one hour of daylight in winter and did not play on a grass pitch until he was 14, is hoping to light up the Cottagers' FA Cup campaign with victory over Tottenham on Sunday, warning: "on our day we feel we can beat anyone." (Daily Express)

AFC Wimbledon have dispensed with the services of the groundsman who abused Charlton manager Karl Robinson by allegedly making offensive comments about his 10-year-old daughter during last Saturday's 1-1 draw at Kingsmeadow. The FA are unlikely to take action against the Dons if it is demonstrated that the groundsman was a volunteer. (Times, subscription required)

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp conducted an FA Cup-style draw to determine room-mates for the Reds' warm weather training camp in La Manga. (Liverpool Echo)

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