Juve chase Bale and Nani

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What the papers say: November 4

Daily Mail

- Juventus have identified Gareth Bale and Nani as their top transfer targets.

- Queens Park Rangers could make an £8 million January bid for Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe.

- John Terry called in the police to clear his name after a doctored recording of his voice uttering racist comments was posted on You Tube.

- Carlos Tevez is planning to take libel action against Sky pundit Graeme Souness.

- Chelsea could be set to ship out Romelu Lukaku on loan to Malaga.

Daily Mirror

- West Brom are poised to reject loan bids for strikers Marc-Antoine Fortune and Roman Bednar from Doncaster.

- Manchester City striker Harry Bunn is joining League One side Rochdale on loan.

- David Beckham has paid tribute to Sir Alex Ferguson as the Manchester United boss celebrates 25 years at Old Trafford.


- Schalke have warned Manchester United off making a January bid for in-form striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar.

- Juventus are lining up an ambitious move for Tottenham star Gareth Bale.


- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the former Manchester United striker, has emerged as a contender for the post of Leicester City manager.

The Sun

- Yaya Toure is driving Manchester City on to become a winning machine like his old club Barcelona.

- Craig Bellamy believes Wales stars should play for Team GB at the 2012 Olympic Games.

- American midfield star Brek Shea, 21, is to begin training with Arsenal.

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