Here are the latest transfer tales from Saturday's papers...
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has ruled out signing Gunners legend Thierry Henry on loan. The 34-year-old striker is back training with Arsenal to maintain his fitness levels after a season in Major League Soccer with New York Red Bulls. (The Sun)
AC Milan are set to go head to head with city rivals Inter for the signature of Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez. (Daily Mail)
QPR manager Neil Warnock is believed to be lining up a £3m bid for West Ham defender James Tomkins. (Daily Star)
Meanwhile, former Real Madrid defender Francisco Pavon has turned down a short-term deal with the Hammers. (Daily Mail)
Tottenham winger Gareth Bale is flattered by the transfer interest from Spanish giants Barcelona, but assistant coach Joe Jordan says the club will not be "bullied" into selling players. (Daily Mirror)
QPR owner Tony Fernandes has asked QPR's fans to give him suggestions on Twitter about just who his club should sign in the January transfer window. (Daily Express)
Former England captain David Beckham, 36, is refusing to give up his dream of playing for England again despite being ruled out of Euro 2012 by boss Fabio Capello. (The Sun)
John Terry and Luis Suarez will wear anti-racism T-shirts before Sunday's Premier League game between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge. It is the final fixture of Kick It Out's 'weeks of action' to raise awareness. Chesea captain Terry has been accused of racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand while Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has been charged by the FA with racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra at Anfield last month. (The Sun)
Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler is the shock name among the contenders to replace Nigel Worthington as Northern Ireland manager. (Daily Mail)
Striker Fernando Torres has hinted that executives at Liverpool forced him out of the club when he moved to Chelsea for £50m in January. (Metro)
Former Chelsea captain Dennis Wise is believed to have rejoined the board of Chelsea Pitch Owners, which owns Stamford Bridge. (The Sun)
QPR manager Neil Warnock says he will personally drive Adel Taarabt to France if Paris Saint-Germain offer £20m for the forward. (Daily Mirror)
The company run by Portsmouth owner Vladimir Antonov has insisted the club will not be affected after a Lithuanian bank, of which Antonov is a majority shareholder, was placed in temporary administration. (The Guardian)
Current Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich coach Josef Heynckes has hinted that sporting director Christian Nerlinger will be offered an extension to his current deal at the club in the next few days. (Bild)
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