Saturday's gossip column - transfers and rumours

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Arsenal have been warned off Dundee United midfielder Ryan Gauld, 17, who has been dubbed the 'Scottish Lionel Messi'.

Full story: Metro

Barcelona are aiming to beat Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham to sign Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin, 27.

Full story: Daily Express

Manchester United stalwart Patrice Evra's transfer back to Monaco could be back on, after they tried to sign their former 32-year-old left-back in the summer.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Everton Ribeiro
Cruzeiro midfielder Everton Ribeiro has opened talks over a possible move to Manchester United

Manchester United's out-of-favour winger Wilfried Zaha, 21, has denied rumours he is not playing due to having a relationship with manager David Moyes's daughter.

Full story: Telegraph

Cruzeiro midfielder Everton Ribeiro, 24, has opened talks with Manchester United over a January transfer.

Full story: Metro

Spanish striker Alvaro Morata, 21, has refused to rule out a January loan move to Arsenal but insists he is happy at Real Madrid.

Full story: Talksport

Chelsea want to keep midfielder Oriol Romeu, 22, who is impressing on loan at Valencia.

Full story: Daily Express

Arsenal keeper Lukasz Fabianski, 28, is a January target for German club Schalke.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester City and Barcelona are both believed to be eyeing Real Sociedad and Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, 30.

Full story: Talksport


Manager Arsene Wenger is set to agree a three-year £24m deal to stay with Arsenal.

Full story: The Times (subscription required)

Vincent Kompany
Vincent Kompany has admitted he must be more patient with injuries after missing most of the season

Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany, 27, has admitted he must avoid rushing back from injury in future.

Full story: Manchester Evening News

Arsenal forward Theo Walcott, 24, says his team-mates have the belief this could be their year to win a trophy. The Gunners' last success was the 2005 FA Cup.

Full story: London Evening Standard


Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes 32-year-old defender John Terry can continue playing until he is 40 - just like Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs.

Full story: The Times (subscription required)

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