Gossip: Transfer and rumour - 6 January, 2014

Liverpool and Spurs are both considering a move for former Chelsea forward Salomon Kalou with the 28-year-old Lille player set to move back to the Premier League.
Full story: Daily Mirror 
Norwich are hoping to revive a deal for Everton defender John Heitinga, 31, who last week abandoned a move to West Ham.
Full story: Daily Mail  
Bayern Munich striker Mario Mandzukic, 27 is being monitored by Manchester United and Arsenal after the German side confirmed that Robert Lewandowski will join the club at the end of the season, putting his place in the team under threat. 
Tom Ince
Ince could be set to move from Blackpool without the club getting a transfer fee for the midfielder
Full story: Daily Express 
Wealthy French club Monaco are keen to sign up England Under-21 winger Thomas Ince from Blackpool in a bargain deal with the 21-year-old's contract with the Championship side due to expire in the summer.
Full story: Daily Mirror 
Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has moved to make former Manchester United academy players Magnus Wolff Eikrem, 23, and Mats Moller Daehli, 18, his first signings. Midfielder Eikrem is due to arrive from Heerenveen for £2m with Daehil coming from his former club Molde.  
Full story: Daily Mail 
Derby chief executive Sam Rush has told suitors of teenage midfielder Will Hughes, who are believed to include Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United, that the 18-year-old will not be leaving Pride Park in January.
Full story: Daily Star 
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert admits his squad lacks a creative link between midfield and attack and insists he has identified potential players, who are expected to include Norwich's Wes Hoolahan, 31, and Porto's Steven Defour, 25.
Full story: Birmingham Mail 


Macclesfield Town will seek an explanation from Sheffield Wednesday as to why the Championship club have set admission prices for their FA Cup replay without consulting them and will try to get those prices [£10 for adults and £5 for concessions] increased.
Full story: Daily Telegraph 
West Brom striker Shane Long wants the club to sort out the managerial position as soon as possible. The Baggies have been without a permanent boss since Steve Clarke was sacked over three weeks ago.
Full story: Daily Mirror  


Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies celebrated his team's FA Cup win over West Ham by challenging a journalist to a race for a pork pie.
Full story: Metro 

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