Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Morning

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  • Everton have emerged as the favourites to sign Arsenal winger Theo Walcott in a £20m deal.
  • Barcelona have made Arda Turan, Aleix Vidal, Gerard Deulofeu, Paco Alcacer, Jose Arnaiz, Andre Gomes, Denis Suarez and Javier Mascherano available for transfer.
  • Stoke have made contact with Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill as their manager search gathers pace.
  • Antonio Valencia is set to return to the Manchester United squad against Stoke after three weeks out with a hamstring injury.
  • Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce hopes to sign Leicester duo Leonard Ulloa and Daniel Amartey on loan.
  • Chelsea will resist any advances from Crystal Palace to sign midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek on a permanent deal.
  • Bournemouth have rejected a £5m offer from West Ham for midfielder Harry Arter.
  • Brighton are preparing a £3m January bid for Aston Villa prodigy Keinan Davis.
  • Huddersfield are close to landing Norwich City midfielder Alex Pritchard for £11m.
  • Monaco have set a minimum fee of £90m for any potential suitors of forward Thomas Lemar in January or the summer.
  • Southampton are lining up a stunning £19m move for Atletico Madrid playmaker Nicolas Gaitan but face competition from Crystal Palace and Everton.
  • Arsenal are set to open contract talks with Jack Wilshere and could offer him a lower basic wage but add lucrative performance-based bonuses.
  • Real Madrid have received an £84m offer for Gareth Bale from an unnamed club, according to reports in Spain.
  • Boca Juniors have denied receiving a bid from Arsenal for Cristian Pavon, who the Gunners see as a possible replacement for Alexis Sanchez.
  • Torino striker Andrea Belotti is one of three possible options being explored by Manchester United as a replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
  • Barcelona are in talks with Istanbul Basaksehir over a deal to offload little-used midfielder Arda Turan.
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