Gossip column: Coloccini, Cavani, Sanogo, Bale, Pardew

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TRANSFER GOSSIP

West Ham striker Mauro Zarate, 27, takes a parting shot at Hammers boss Sam Allardyce after agreeing a loan deal with QPR until the end of the season, accusing him of refusing to play him because he was signed by chairman David Sullivan. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo, 21, will be allowed to join French top-flight club Bordeaux on loan for the rest of the season. (Daily Star)

West Ham striker Mauro Zarate
Mauro Zarate has scored twice in eight appearances for West Ham this season

Arsenal target Edinson Cavani could be getting closer to a move to Emirates Stadium after the striker, 27, was omitted from Paris St-Germain's warm-weather training plans. (Daily Express)

Liverpool are set to beat Tottenham in the chase for West Bromwich Albion striker Saido Berahino, 21. (Daily Mail)

Burnley striker Danny Ings, 22, wants to stay at Turf Moor and lead his side's fight for survival.(Sun - subscription required)

Newcastle's French international midfielder Moussa Sissoko, 25, is ready to turn down a move to Arsenal and stay at St James' Park. (Sun - subscription required)

Manchester United have made an official move for Norwegian teenager Martin Odegaard, 16, who visited Old Trafford where he met manager Louis van Gaal but the Stromgodset midfielder is also due to visit Manchester City this week. (Daily Express)

OTHER GOSSIP

Tuesday's Mirror back page
Tuesday's Mirror back page

Newcastle defender Fabricio Coloccini, 32, is in the frame for the manager's job at St James' Park if Alan Pardew leaves. (The Independent)

Pardew will double his salary at Crystal Palace if his move from Newcastle to Selhurst Park is finalised. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle have, though, targeted former Stoke and Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis to replace Pardew. (Sun - subscription required)

But Hull manager Steve Bruce and St Etienne manager Christophe Galtier are also both among the contenders to take over at Newcastle. (Daily Telegraph)

Referee Anthony Taylor apologised to Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho for booking Cesc Fabregas rather than awarding him a penalty in Chelsea's 1-1 draw at Southampton. (Daily Mail)

Real Madrid want world record signing Gareth Bale to spend the rest of his career with the European champions. (Sun - subscription required)

Midfielder Samir Nasri insists Manchester City have the bottle to defend their Premier League title. (Daily Star)

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe wants to sign Wigan winger Callum McManaman as his side target a Premier League place. (Daily Mail)

BEST OF SOCIAL MEDIA

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is counting down the days until he returns from injury after being impressed with his team's 4-1 win over Swansea. He tweeted: "Just finished watching the game. I can't wait to be back playing in that team and scoring goals!! Top class performance from them."

AND FINALLY...

Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was on target again but his latest shot was not universally popular as he reportedly killed a moose during a hunting trip back home in Sweden. (Guardian)

American broadcaster NBC blundered over their subtitles during Manchester United's 0-0 draw with Tottenham, referring to United midfielder Juan Mata as 'Marijuana Mata'. (Metro)

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