Here are the latest transfer rumours from the morning's papers...
Manchester United have made Benfica midfielder Nicolas Gaitan a target for the January transfer window but will have to meet a £40m release clause to capture the Argentine international. (Daily Telegraph)
Manchester United are unlikely to move for Nicolas Gaitan, who signed a contract extension with Benfica this week, before the summer, when Dimitar Berbatov is expected to leave Old Trafford. (The Independent)
Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed he wants to take Chelsea's teenage midfielder Josh McEachran on loan from his former club. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City's Spanish winger David Silva says he would snub Barcelona and Real Madrid to stay at the Etihad Stadium. (The Sun)
Manchester United are set to reduce their £4m asking price for goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak, who is expected to leave Old Trafford in the January transfer window. (The Sun)
Sunderland are continuing to monitor Senegal striker Papiss Demba Cisse but have been told by his German club Freiburg they will have to part with £18m for his services. (Daily Mail)
Brighton manager Gus Poyet is hoping to lure Newcastle midfielder Alan Smith to the south coast club after bringing in his Magpies team-mate Steve Harper on loan. (Daily Star)
Ipswich Town boss Paul Jewell is planning a fresh £1.5m bid for Doncaster Rovers striker Billy Sharp after having his first offer rejected in the summer. (Daily Mirror)
Tottenham defender Sebastien Bassong claims there are "six or seven teams" battling to qualify for the four Champions League places this season. (Daily Mail)
Footballers are thought to have privately discussed not wearing the One Game, One Community t-shirts because they are disillusioned at what they see as a lack of progress in eradicating racism. (Daily Mirror)
Leicester want to interview Huddersfield boss Lee Clark over their managerial vacancy after Martin O'Neill turned them down. Former Derby and Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies is also in the frame for the Foxes. (Daily Mirror)
Fulham have offered striker Andy Johnson a one-year extension to his contract at Craven Cottage, which runs out in the summer of 2012 but the former England striker is holding out for two more years on top of his current deal. (Daily Mirror)
Oldham mascot Chaddy the Owl was reportedly punched by one of his team's own fans during the midweek draw with Preston. (Metro)
Sunderland striker Nicklas Bendtner says his loan move from Arsenal has ruined his wardrobe because his Black Cats team-mates cut his clothes to shreds every time he wears a suit for training. (Daily Star)
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