Arsenal chase 'next Henry'

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Tributes to Gary Speed continue to pour in today as teammates, fans and friends expressed their sadness following his death yesterday.

Many have expressed their shock and disbelief, while others praised Speed as a "model professional" and "one of the nicest men in football".

Elsewhere today, Roberto Mancini has said he was happy to take a point away from Anfield and maintain a 5 point lead over Manchester United.

AC Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani has hinted the club want to bring Carlos Tevez to the San Siro in January - but only on a loan deal.

Transfer news

Today's transfer news sees reports that Arsene Wenger is targeting Marseille's Loic Remy - "the next Thierry Henry".

Roberto Mancini is said to be preparing to trim his Manchester City squad by selling 20 players by the end of next summer.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson could reignite his interest in Wesley Sneijder to solve his midfield injury crisis.

Chelsea are looking to tie up a deal for Genk defender Kevin de Bruyne this week in time for the January transfer window.

And finally, Liverpool are once again being linked with a move for Barcelona's David Villa - who would cost £40m.

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