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Arsenal plan more Walcott contract talks

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Arsene Wenger is set to meet with Theo Walcott next week, as Arsenal attempt to prevent the England international from leaving the club when his contract expires next summer.

The 23-year-old has nine months remaining on his current contract, and after two rounds of negotiations is no closer to putting pen-to-paper. (London Metro)

Manchester United winger Nani is planning to leave Old Trafford at the end of the season, after losing patience with negotiations over his new contract. (Daily Telegraph)

Sir Alex Ferguson has warned the Portuguese star he faces a reduced first-team involvement if he continues to reject United's offer.

Chelsea will publish a message in the programme for tonight's League Cup meeting with Manchester United - where fans will be reminded of their responsibilities. (Daily Telegraph)

A steward was admitted to hospital and a series of objects were thrown on to the pitch during Sunday's league game between the two teams.

Meanwhile, Gareth Bale has warned his team-mates against complacency when Tottenham take on Norwich at Carrow Road tonight. (Tottenham.com)

The Welsh winger says it's crucial the players remain fully focused against the Canaries, with Chris Hughton's team having beaten Arsenal at home on October 20.

And finally, Manchester City have failed in their attempts to poach another of Barcelona's directors. (talkSPORT)

Raul Sanllehi has rejected an approach from the reigning Premier League champions to stay at the Camp Nou.

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