Spanish giants plot United raid

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The Sun

- Javier Hernandez has emerged as a £30 million target for Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho.

- David Bentley has been dealt a blow in his efforts to return to the top on loan at West Ham United after suffering a serious knee injury.

- Wayne Rooney has written to UEFA - hoping to receive only one-game ban for his red card against Montenegro.

- Toulouse winger Aymen Abdennour is a potential target for Arsenal.

Daily Mail

- Iain Dowie has thrown his hat into the ring to become the next manager of Northern Ireland.

- Blackburn face a challenge to keep Junior Hoilett - Premier League rivals circle as contract talks stall at Ewood Park.


Daily Star

- Robin van Persie is a £20 million target for Russian big-spenders Anzhi Makhachkala.

- Carlos Tevez may have seriously decreased his value against Bayern Munich - Corinthians aren't willing to match their previous bid for the player.

Daily Express

- Chelsea set to offer £14 million for Bolton defender Gary Cahill in January transfer window.

- Gilles Grimandi believes the best Arsenal can do this season is cause problems to other teams in the Barclays Premier League title race.

- Gareth Barry warns Manchester City's big-name players to cut out the tantrums if they want to win the title this season.

Daily Record

- Scotland boss Craig Levein knows his country's Euro 2012 chances rest on goalkeeper Allan McGregor in Spain.

Daily Mirror

- Steven Gerrard is set to end his injury nightmare and start against Manchester United this weekend.

- Russian big-spenders Anzhi Makhachkala are targeting Nicolas Anelka as well as Robin van Persie.

- Eden Hazard could quit Lille next summer as Arsenal - as well as a handful of clubs across Europe - circle.

- Swiss starlet Nicolas Hunziker has emerged as a target for Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish.

- Ashley Cole emerges at the top of Barcelona transfer wish-list.

- Nigel Clough will not become the next manager of Nottingham Forest as he doesn't have the correct coaching badges.

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