Paper round-up: Arsenal again linked with Sterling

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Arsenal will make another attempt to sign Raheem Sterling from Manchester City in January, according to the Daily Mail.

The Gunners reportedly expressed an interest in England international Sterling during the summer transfer window as part of a possible deal involving Alexis Sanchez.

With City tipped to target Sanchez in January, the Mail say Gunners boss Arsene Wenger will look at a potential swap deal.

Arsenal are unlikely to continue their pursuit of Monaco midfielder Thomas Lemar, the Daily Mirror say.

It comes as Arsenal are tipped to move for Lyon playmaker Nabil Fekir, who has recently been touted as a possible replacement for Sanchez and Mesut Ozil.

Meanwhile, new West Ham boss David Moyes wants to sign Brighton defender Lewis Dunk, the Mirror say.

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There has been much speculation over which players the Hammers will target in January following the appointment of Moyes as manager.

The Mirror say he wants to being in centre-back Dunk as part of his attempt to shore up West Ham’s defence.

Dunk only signed a five-year contract in August and, according to the Mirror, Brighton would therefore demand a huge transfer fee.

And Chelsea will look to sell Willian and bring in Paris St-Germain’s Brazil winger Lucas Moura, it is claimed.

The Daily Star have picked up on a story from Le10 Sport in France, which claimed that Blues boss Antonio Conte could offload Willian to the Chinese Super League in order to fund a move for Lucas.




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