Arsenal Eyeing 9million Move For Cheick Tiote Transfer Gossip From Wednesdays Papers
The halfway point has been and gone in the winter transfer window – but there”s plenty of time for deals to be done yet.
Already, there”s been wheeling, there”s been dealing and if speculation is to be believed, we will have a lot to report on in the coming weeks.
We will keep you up to date with all the latest rumours, done deals and analysis all through January.
The January transfer window runs until February 2 – because it cannot close on a weekend – meaning that clubs have a few days next month to add to their squads and make that final push in the second half of the season.
So what stories do we have for you today? We”ve put them all right here in one handy place, just for you.
Transfers from today”s Daily Mirror
Tottenham are trying to tempt Everton into selling them pen alty bad-boy Kevin Mirallas– and are willing to offer Aaron Lennon in part exchange.
Chelsea are keen on Fiorentina”s Colombia World Cup wideman Juan Cuadrado- but may need to sell Andre Schurrle, a target for Werder Bremen and Bayer Leverkusen, and Mohamed Salah, linked with Besiktas and Roma, first.
Crystal Palace are set to win the race for £6m-rated Blackburn striker Rudy Gestede. Three of the Eagles” rivals in the relegation battle, QPR, West Brom and Hull, have also been linked with the 26-year-old.
Tottenham have finally started their January clear-out by agreeing a £5million deal with Swansea for right-backKyle Naughton.
Zenit Saint Petersburg midfielder Axel Witselhas issued a come-and-get-me plea to Manchester United.
PAKeen: Witsel wants out of Russia and a move to the Premier League
Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy has insisted Premier League clubs will be wasting their time making offers for highly-rated pairTyrone Mingsand Teddy Bishopin the winter window.
Arsenal”s Santi Cazorlaand David Silvaof Manchester City been earmarked as future Barcelona players by Nou Camp skipper Xavi.
West Brom are ready to sell Graham Dorransto Burnley to free up funds and wages to land his fellow Scotland midfielder Darren Fletcher from Manchester United.
But West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace is standing firm in his bid to keep prized-asset striker Saido Berahino, who has been linked with Liverpool and Tottenham.
Other stories from today”s Daily Mirror
Newcastle have admitted they are ready to wait until the summer to appoint a new manager despite receiving EIGHTY applications – and won”t be buying in January.
Newcastle summer signing Siem De Jongis close to a comeback, having been out injured since August.
Jermain Defoehas vowed to win his England place back by firing relegation-threatened Sunderland to safety.
Stories from other newspapers and the wider world
Arsenal are weighing up a move for Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote (Daily Star)
The Gunners are also keeping an eye on Leeds United defender Sam Byram (The Express)
Aston Villa say there is "no chance" of Christian Benteke leaving the club this month (Daily Mail)
Neville WilliamsStruggles: Benteke and Villa haven”t been free-scoring this term
Everton have sent scouts to watch Almeria winger Edgar Mendez – but Arsenal are also keen (The Express)
West Brom have approached Nottingham Forest over winger Michail Antonio – But Stuart Pearce is refusing to sell (Sky Sports)
Tottenham are set to make a £6million move for Sporting Lisbon and Algeria striker Islam Slimani (Daily Star)
Crystal Palace are eyeing Sevilla midfielder Stephane M”Bia on a free transfer (Daily Mail)
A Liverpool fan in Norway has given his daughter the middle name Ynwa – the acronym for the Reds” You”ll Never Walk Alone motto.