Cole holds crisis talks over Chelsea contract

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Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole could leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.

The England international is angry after only being offered a one-year extension to his current contract, which is in its final year. (The Sun)

Zenit St Petersburg are hoping to complete the £25million signing of Manchester United winger Nani, before the Russian transfer window closes this evening. (talkSPORT)

Meanwhile, Danish striker Nicklas Bendtner - who signed for Juventus on a season-long loan from Arsenal last week - has been told he's too unfit to play for the Italian club. (London Metro)

Arsenal goalkeeper Vito Mannone, has warned first-choice stopper Wojciech Szczesny to expect a challenge for the number one shirt. (Daily Star)

The 24-year-old Italian has kept two clean sheets since being drafted into the first-team.

And finally, Tottenham are ready to let Jermaine Jenas go out on loan to a Championship club, to ensure the midfielder gets plenty of matches. (Daily Mirror)

While Andre Villas-Boas has put Emmanuel Adebayor on an intensive fitness programme - in the hope he can help kick-start Spurs' stuttering season. (Daily Mail)

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