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Chelsea interested in Higuain

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The Sun

A new video of John Terry's alleged racial abuse of Anton Ferdinand has been submitted to the Crown Prosecution Service.

FC Twente winger Ole John says both Manchester United and Arsenal are interested in signing him.

Napoli are ready to make a bid for Queens Park Rangers pair Adel Taarabt and Alejandro Faurlin.
 

Daily Mirror

Kenny Dalglish will provide a character reference for striker Luis Suarez during the second day of the Uruguayan's hearing for allegedly abusing Patrice Evra.

Sunderland will look to sign a striker in the January transfer window after learning on loan forward Asamoah Gyan can't be recalled mid-way through the season.

Portsmouth fear they could be docked 10 points because of their inability to begin paying creditors £16.5 million in April.
 

Daily Star

Chelsea have been linked with a £30 million move for Real Madrid hitman Gonzalo Higuain.

PSV Eindhoven has informed Newcastle United that their pursuit of Erik Pieters is a waste of time.
 

Daily Mail

Both Barcelona and Real Madrid have no interest in signing Chelsea's Fernando Torres.

Liverpool face a scrap with Juventus for the signing of Porto midfielder Fernando Reges.

Billy Davies is the leading contender to succeed Phil Brown as the new manager of Preston North-End.

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