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By Ashbourne News Telegraph  |  Posted: December 13, 2013

STAYING PUT . . . Manchester United will not be forced into transfer talks with Chelsea over Wayne Rooney

STAYING PUT . . . Manchester United will not be forced into transfer talks with Chelsea over Wayne Rooney

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MANCHESTER United have opened talks with Inter Milan over a deal for midfielder Fredy Guarin. United hope they can sign the 27-year-old Colombian for around £10m.

Full story: Metro

United and Tottenham met Guarin's representatives on Thursday to discuss a move to the Premier League but Chelsea have dropped out of the race to sign him.

Full story: Daily Express

Manchester United will not be forced into transfer talks with Wayne Rooney amid speculation Chelsea will make another move for the 28-year-old striker in the summer.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Chelsea and Manchester United, as well as former club Liverpool, are all interested in midfielder Xabi Alonso, 32, whose contract at Real Madrid expires in the summer.

Full story: Daily Star

Chelsea have made contact with Monaco about signing Colombian striker Radamel Falcao, 27, in January amid speculation the player does not get on with manager Claudio Ranieri.

Full story: Daily Express

Chelsea are expected make a £20m January move for Southampton's 18-year-old defender Luke Shaw.

Full story: Daily Telegraph

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce "hasn't heard anything" about reports linking him with a loan move for former Newcastle striker Obafemi Martins, 29.

Full story: Talksport

Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis has dismissed talk of a January move for Blackburn's 11-goal top scorer Jordan Rhodes, 23.

Full story: the Sun (subscription required)

Manchester City and England goalkeeper Joe Hart is set to return to Premier League action on Saturday, with the 26-year-old in line to start against league leaders Arsenal.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester City's staff should have helped manager Manuel Pellegrini avoid the mathematical error that may have cost them top spot in Champions League Group D, according to Napoli boss Rafa Benitez.

Full story: Independent

Arsenal hope manager Arsene Wenger will sign a new contract at the club now their Champions League progress has been confirmed.

Full story: Daily Mirror

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