Paper Talk: Reds keen on Groningen hitman

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Daily Mail

- Liverpool are keen on Groningen forward David Texeira.

- Chelsea are moving closer to a deal for Eden Hazard after Spanish giants Real Madrid showed renewed interest in the player.

- Manchester United, Spurs, Newcastle and Chelsea have all made enquiries over over Swansea keeper Michel Vorm.

- Seven players amongst the home nations have rejected an invitation to play in the Team GB Olympic football team.

- Chris Samba's transfer request is set to spark a transfer tug-of-war between London rivals QPR and Tottenham Hotspur.

- Bolton have shown an interest in signing young Leeds defender Tom Lees.

- Newcastle defender target Yohan Benalouane may be allowed to leave Cesena on loan in January.

The Sun

- Thierry Henry issues apology to an Arsenal fan after swearing at him following the 3-2 defeat at Swansea.

- Manchester City have turned down a £21 million bid from Inter Milan from Carlos Tevez.

- Leeds United are keen to add Aston Villa duo Fabian Delph and Eric Lichaj on loan this month.

- Chelsea and Liverpool are both interested in Partizan Belgrade midfielder Medo Kamara.

- Brazilian striker Henrique claims to be joining QPR.

The Guardian

- Robin van Persie claims his five-year-old son is wanted by Arsenal.

The Independent

- Marseille president Vincent Labrune has told Spurs that Loic Remy will not be allowed to leave the club.

Daily Star

- Gary Cahill wants to win silverware after completing his move to Chelsea yesterday.

- Bolton are considering a £4 million move for Spurs winger Giovani Dos Santos.

- Nottingham Forest have offered MLS defender Andy Iro a trial at the club.

Daily Mirror

- Tottenham Hotspur have put a £20 million price-tag on striker Jermain Defoe amidst interest from Liverpool.

- Chelsea have targeted Marseille full-back Cesar Azpilicueta as a potential second defender signing after Gary Cahill completed his move yesterday.

- Leicester City have made a £750,000 offer for Fleetwood Town striker Jamie Vardy.

Daily Express

- Darlington's administrators have made all playing and coaching staff redundant at the club.

Premier League

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