Giggs in line for new contract

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What the papers say: December 2

Daily Mail

- Arsenal are ready to battle Juventus for Brazil striker Leandro Damiao.

- Kieran Gibbs has become the latest player to put his name forward for selection for Team GB's Olympic team

- Crystal Palace pair Nathaniel Clyne and Wilfried Zaha were both watched by a string of scouts from Barclays Premier League clubs during the 2-1 Carling Cup win over Manchester United.

Daily Mirror

- Ambitious Chinese club Guangzhou R&F want to sign John Carew and Carlton Cole from West Ham.

- Dimitar Berbatov could be the most high-profile casualty as Sir Alex Ferguson takes the axe to his Carling Cup flops.

- Aston Villa are closing in on Portugal striker Yannick Djalo.


- Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain insists he is in no hurry to fast-track his first-team career at Arsenal.

- Liverpool are poised to step up their scouting of FC Twente midfielder Leroy Fer.

The Guardian

- Blackburn owners Venky's have approached the likes of Akon, Kelly Rowland and David Guetta regarding a proposed free summer concert at Ewood Park.

- Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew is hoping his players will pay the biggest tribute they can to Gary Speed with a victory over Chelsea on Saturday.

- David Beckham is still contemplating his future after his contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy expires.

The Sun

- Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs is in line for another 12-month contract — if he decides to play on.

- Tottenham and Queens Park Rangers have joined Fulham in the race for Marseille striker Andre Pierre Gignac.

- Corinthians say they are back in the hunt to sign Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.

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