Evening Report: 28 January

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Inter Milan have joined Chelsea in the race to sign Corinthians star Paulinho. The Italian giants want the Brazil star to replace Liverpool-bound Coutinho, and are eager to sign him before the transfer window closes. [talkSPORT]

Mario Balotelli is set to fly to Italy to undergo a medical with AC Milan. The former-Inter Milan striker is nearing a return to the San Siro, after Manchester City and AC Milan agreed a £22m fee. []

Michael Carrick is set to be rewarded for his fine form with a new one-year contract. extension The Manchester United midfielder's current deal expires this year, but Sir Alex Ferguson is keen to keep the England international at Old Trafford. [The Sun]

Aaron Ramsey believes he is flourishing in his new role at the heart of Arsenal's midfield. The Welsh international was deployed in front of the back four against Brighton, and Ramsey is pleased with how he has performed in the position. []

Mousa Dembele insists Tottenham can still lift a trophy this season, but hinted that a slack attitude led to their FA Cup exit. Spurs suffered a surprise 2-1 defeat at Leeds, a loss Dembele believes can be contribute to a lack of motivation. [London Evening Standard]

Sergio Busquets says Barcelona will attack Real Madrid during the Copa Del Rey semi-final first-leg on Wednesday. The rivals meet for the first of three matches between the sides in the coming four weeks, and Busquets insists Barca will travel to Madrid looking to win. [ESPN]

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