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Arsene Wenger does not think Arsenal will recruit a world-class striker in the January transfer window.

The Gunners have been linked with Luis Suarez, Karim Benzema and Alexandre Pato, but Wenger thinks the return of Theo Walcott and Lukas Podolski will give his side extra options. [Le 10 Sport]

Real Madrid are plotting a move for Chelsea full-back Cesar Azpilicueta - but they'll target Pablo Zabaleta of Manchester City if the Stamford Bridge side don't play ball.

The La Liga giants want to replace Alvaro Arebola, and have identified the two Premier League stars as potential targets for January. [The Sun]

David Moyes admits Marouane Fellaini knows "he can play better" after his start to life at Old Trafford.

The talented Belgian international was signed for £27m in the summer, but a wrist injury and disrupted preseason have hampered the early stages of his time at Manchester United. [ESPN]

Andre Villas-Boas has conceded he may have to change his tactics to include two strikers after Spurs' slow start to the Premier League season.

Tottenham have struggled for goals this season, with reports suggesting Emmanuel Adebayor could be set for a recall. [A Bola]

Barcelona remain confident Andres Iniesta will sign a new £9m-a-year contract. The Spain international is out of contract in the summer of 2015, and has been linked with Manchester United and Paris St Germain.

But the La Liga giants believe he will have agreed the terms on the new deal by December. [] 

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