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26 Dec 2010 09:10:04

Liverpool to rival Manchester City for Edin Dzeko - WHAT THE BACK PAGES SAY

MAIL ON SUNDAYCarlo Ancelotti, without a win in five Premier League matches, will not be allowed to bolster Chelsea's faltering title hopes by adding to his squad in the January transfer window.  Carlo's Chelsea crisis as Abramovich continues spending freeze Also: Sir Alex Ferguson is expected to be given at least£50million to spend in the transfer market and is targeting Liverpool'sPepe Reina as a replacement for goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar. Kop that! United boss Fergie targets Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina Hands on: Manchester United are interested in Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina SUNDAY TELEGRAPHLiverpool are trying to put a deal together to sign Edin Dzeko, the Wolfsburg striker, but fear they will not be able to match Manchester City's spending power. Also: Steve Bruce, the Sunderland manager, has revealed that he made an audacious bid to lure former Manchester United team-mate David Beckham to Wearside. SUNDAY TIMESSir Alex Ferguson has laid down a typically colourfully expressed challenge to his players: do they have the cojones, the "balls", to win a 19th championship for Manchester United. Also: Steve McClaren has been advised that he is unlikely to remain in charge of Bundesliga club Wolfsburg beyond the end of the season. SUNDAY MIRRORQatar Holdings will fly to the USA this week in a bid to broker a deal to buy Manchester United from the Glazer family. Also: Ashley Cole has warned Chelsea's stars: Pull your fingers out or we'll blow the title...Jose Mourinho is weighing up a sensational swoop for David Beckham...Arsenal are leading the race for Ipswich wonder boy Connor Wickham. Red alert: Liverpool are keen on Edin Dzeko DAILY EXPRESSSir Alex Ferguson insists that the tightest Premier League race in years is crying out for someone "with the guts" to snatch the title. Also: Newcastle boss Alan Pardew wants Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips on loan...Craven Cottage could turn out to be the end of the line for West Hawest m boss Avram Grant today...Strictly star Gavin Henson admits that he hasn't fulfilled his potential on the rugby pitch as he embarks on the comeback trail at Wembley today. DAILY STAR SUNDAY Manchester United have joined the £20million battle for the left winger who could prove to be the next Ryan Giggs - Belgium's Eden Hazard. Also: Stoke City are ready to launch a £5million raid for Aston Villa outcast Stephen Ireland...Amir Khan has hit back at drug rumours and insists both he and Manny Pacquiao are clean. THE PEOPLEManchester City want Newcastle and England hitman Andy Carroll to boost their title challenge. Also: Sam Allardyce is wanted by Qatar to shape a team good enough to grace the World Cup...Andrew Strauss is tipping Alastair Cook to fire England to Ashes glory and seal his place as one of cricket's all-time greats. INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAYEngland will name a squad for the Six Nations Championship on 12 January to kick off a year dominated by the World Cup in New Zealand in September and October. City gent: Newcastle striker Andy Carroll is attracting interest from Manchester City NEWS OF THE WORLDDidier Deschamps is top of Liverpool's list to replace Roy Hodgson. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has made contact with Aston Villa about Ashley Young and is close to landing him for as little as £13million...Carlo Ancelotti says the pressure is on Arsene Wenger to turn his pretty footballers into winners. THE OBSERVERGavin Henson returns to rugby today after a 21-month absence.  Sir Alex Ferguson targets Pepe Reina: Manchester United boss keen to splash part of Glazers' £50m on Liverpool goalkeeperChelsea in crisis with new £40m loss as Abramovich continues funding freezeHodgson warns Liverpool's fat cats to choose a career or big moneyHughes to offer out-of-favour Aston Villa striker Carew a Fulham lifeline  Explore more:People: Alex Ferguson, Andrew Strauss, David Beckham, Steve Bruce, Shaun Wright-Phillips, Pepe Reina, Ryan Giggs, Ashley Young, Amir Khan, Andy Carroll, Sam Allardyce, Gavin Henson, Edwin Van Der Sar, Jose Mourinho, Edin Dzeko, Manny Pacquiao, Alastair Cook, Ashley Cole, Roy Hodgson, Steve McClaren, Carlo Ancelotti Places: Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, New Zealand, Qatar, United Kingdom, Belgium


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