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Highlights and transfer rumors from Tuesday's newspapers…


Liverpool have emerged as a “serious candidate” to sign Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain this summer. (The Parisian)

Italian defender Leonardo Bonucci has waxed lyrical about “mean and tough” England defenders John Stones and Harry Maguire. Bonucci also revealed he has no regrets about turning down Pep Guardiola and Manchester City.

Hakim Ziyech could see his stay in Turkey come to an end after just a few games. The forgotten Chelsea star was loaned to Galatasaray this summer after falling out of favor at Stamford Bridge.

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Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher look back at their Premier League predictions and see how they are faring at the halfway point of the season.


Roberto De Zerbi believes James Milner has the passion, attitude and energy to keep playing until he becomes the Premier League's all-time appearance record.

Derby are interested in Reading midfielder Charlie Savage, son of former Welsh star Robbie.

Manchester United fans who turned to the front page of the club's official 2024 calendar were greeted by a photo of someone banned from the team since September. Jadon Sancho was the surprise choice for the January player picture, given he may not even be a United player at the end of the month.


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Jurgen Klopp says he owes cameraman many different shots for finding his wedding ring on the Anfield pitch

Jack Grealish has laid bare the devastating impact of a £1million burglary at his new home as his loved ones were inside watching him play on TV.

Nikita Parris 'hates' stretching so surprised herself by finding pleasure in yoga and the Manchester United winger now hopes the benefits will lead to an England recall.


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Gary Neville believes Manchester City are well placed in the title race and other teams around them will need to step up to stop them winning a fourth consecutive Premier League title.

Declan Rice insists there is 'no time to panic' amid Arsenal's mid-season dip in form. The Gunners were top of the Premier League table at Christmas, but back-to-back defeats to West Ham and Fulham saw Mikel Arteta's men slip to fourth place behind league leaders Liverpool, Aston Villa and Manchester City.

Chelsea appear to have dodged a bullet by failing to sign Brazilian starlet Gabriel Moscardo after the midfielder revealed he would miss the next three months due to foot surgery. Moscardo reportedly opted to join Paris Saint-Germain only a few days ago, but will now be out until April.

Frenkie de Jong has left the door open to a possible move to Manchester United but insists he remains happy at Barcelona.


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Gary Neville gives his thoughts on Newcastle and their poor form after their New Year's defeat to Liverpool

David Moyes says he is “comfortable” that his contract situation as West Ham United manager will be resolved “at the right time” after a year he hailed as the best of his managerial career.

Dele suffered another fitness setback which further delayed his return to Everton.

Birmingham manager Wayne Rooney launched “unacceptable” taunts and vowed to keep fighting at St Andrew's after another defeat at Leeds.


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Paul Merson says Arsenal won't win Premier League title if they don't sign top-class striker like Ivan Toney in January

Brendan Rodgers insists he is focused on recruiting more quality to his Celtic squad this month despite having the advantage of keeping Kyogo Furuhashi at home.

Rangers are keen to bring former Hibs star Josh Doig back to Scotland from Serie A to solve their looming left-back problem.


St Johnstone are set to sign former Sunderland striker Benjamin Kimpioka. The 23-year-old became a free agent after agreeing to terminate his contract with AIK in Sweden.

Liverpool have dealt a hammer blow to Dundee by recalling star left-back Owen Beck. The 21-year-old has been outstanding for Tony Docherty's side this season and the Dens Park club were hoping to keep him until the summer.

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