2013-09-22

A round-up of Sunday's biggest transfer stories.

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Former Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez is keen on a reunion with Juan Mata, and may look to bring the unsettled star to new club Napoli in January.

Full story: Daily Mirror.

The Spanish playmaker is also being linked with Atletico Madrid and PSG, both of whom also tried to sign him in the summer.

Full story: The Telegraph.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is reportedly unhappy with Jose Mourinho for leaving Mata out of the team, as he is a favourite of his.

Full story: Daily Mirror.

Barcelona star Andres Iniesta has surprisingly rejected a new contract from the Catalan giants, alerting Manchester City and Manchester United to his potential availability.

Full story: Daily Star.

Arsenal are plotting a sensational £64m double swoop for German pair Marco Reus and Julian Draxler in January, with Juventus also chasing the latter.

Full story: Daily Express.



Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen has revealed he turned down the chance to join Manchester City as he did not feel they would give him a chance.

Full story: The Telegraph.

Manchester City target Diego Godin is being urged to sign a new contract by Atletico Madrid.

Full story: Daily Mirror.

PSG defender Thiago Silva has urged the Ligue 1 champions to try again for Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney.

Full story: Daily Mirror.

Robin van Persie, however, says he is glad Rooney has stayed at Old Trafford, as he feels he and the England striker make a good partnership upfront.

Full story: Sky Sports.

Arsenal are lining up a move for Barcelona right-back Martin Montoya in January.

Full story: The Metro.

Tottenham are now favourites to snap up Arsenal and West Ham target Ciprian Marica on a free transfer as they seek cover upfront.

Full story: Daily Mirror.

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp is eyeing up moves for Carlton Cole and Leon Best.

Full story: Daily Mirror.

Nemanja Vidic looks set to sign a new contract extension with Manchester United.

Full story: Daily Star.

Former Charlton youngster Semi Ajayi is delighted to have secured a move to Arsenal.

Full story: Daily Express.

Manchester United manager David Moyes has played down rumours that Sir Alex Ferguson is interfering with his job.

Full story: Daily Mail.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is in favour of the proposed introduction of lower-league 'feeder clubs'.

Full story: The Telegraph.

Former Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo is being linked with the Sunderland job as pressure grows on Paolo Di Canio.

Full story: Daily Mirror.

Manchester City winger Jesus Navas believes the club are now 'equals' with rivals Manchester United.

Full story: Sky Sports.

City skipper Vincent Kompany could have been a Manchester United player as they looked to sign him when he was still with Hamburg.

Full story: Daily Star.

Fulham are set to keep faith with struggling manager Martin Jol, though former Manchester United coach Rene Meulsensteen may be brought in to assist him.

Full story: Daily Mirror.

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes feels lucky to have been given a Premier League job after his poor recent spell in charge of Queens Park Rangers.

Full story: Daily Mail.

New Liverpool signing Mamadou Sakho has been banned from the club's gym after the super-strong centre-back broke some equipment!

Full story: The Metro.

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