Gossip: Transfer and rumour - 5 January, 2014

Out-of-favour Manchester United forward Wilfried Zaha, 21, is being targeted by former Old Trafford hero Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for a loan move to Cardiff City.
Full story: Sunday Mirror 
Rafa Benitez's Napoli have not made a bid for Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata and do not believe they can prise him away from Stamford Bridge this month. Benitez, who managed his Spanish compatriot at Chelsea last year, would like to take the 25-year-old on loan but Chelsea are unlikely to agree to such a request.
Full story: Mail on Sunday 
Porto's Colombian striker Jackson Martinez, 27, has revealed that he grew up supporting Arsenal and says he would love to join his boyhood club this month.
Fabio Coentrao
Coentrao is set for a switch from Real Madrid, and could be on his way to England
Full story: Metro 
Manchester United target Fabio Coentrao has been told he can leave Real Madrid for £12m. The Old Trafford club missed out on the 25-year-old Portuguese international last summer.
Full story: Sunday Mirror 
Chelsea are ready to make a £30m bid for Wayne Rooney, 28, if there are any problems with the Manchester United striker's proposed new contract talks.
Full story: Mail on Sunday 
Chelsea are also considering a move for the Nantes and Senegal centre-half Papy Djilobodji, 25.
Full story: Daily Star Sunday 
Tottenham want Juventus strikers Mirko Vucinic and Fabio Quagliarella, both 30, to replace Toronto-bound Jermain Defoe.
Full story: Sunday People 


Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott has hit back at a group of the club's fans on Twitter after Saturday's FA Cup 1-1 draw against Blackburn.
Full story: Manchester Evening News 
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes there are too many foreign managers in the Premier League and has urged British coaches to follow the lead of Steve McClaren and work abroad as they look to advance their careers.
Full story: Sunday Telegraph 


League Two side AFC Wimbledon have asked supporters to come forward and provide a loan player with a bed for a few weeks with the club operating on one of the smallest budgets in league football.
Full story: Metro 

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