Gossip column: Cabaye, Henry, Falcao, Delph, Isco, Cech
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Arsenal are leading the chase for former Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye, 28, who has struggled to make an impact since moving to Paris Saint-Germain.(Daily Express)
West Ham and Swansea are monitoring the progress of Barcelona's 19-year-old Spanish starlet Munir El Haddadi.(Daily Mirror)
Manchester United will abandon a move for on-loan striker Radamel Falcao, 28, and instead go for former Monaco team-mate Edinson Cavani, 27. (Metro)
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert fears Fabian Delph could leave Villa Park in January as the 25-year-old England midfielder is yet to sign a new deal. (Birmingham Mail)
Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech could be heading to AC Milan for £7m after Arsenal hinted they were not going to pursue their interest in the 32-year-old in January. (Daily Mirror)
Real Madrid say £64m will be enough to prise Isco away from the Bernabeu, prompting interest in the 22-year-old from Arsenal and Liverpool.(Daily Express)
Malaga will make an offer to take 27-year-old West Ham striker Mauro Zarate on loan in January. (Evening Standard)
Thierry Henry wants to return to Arsenal and help them win the Champions League - but as a coach. (the Sun - subscription required)
Roy Keane offered to stay on as Aston Villa assistant manager until a replacement was found after resigning because he wanted to spend more time with his family. (Sun- subscription required)
Liverpool defender Kolo Toure, 33, says there are more similarities between manager Brendan Rodgers and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger than meets the eye. (Metro)
Manchester United's 25-year-old Spanish midfielder Ander Herrera is to be the subject of a probe into alleged match-fixing and illegal payments in Spain.(Daily Mirror)
Chelsea will finalise the second largest sponsorship deal in Premier League history by Christmas. (Daily Mail)
Jose Mourinho will grant his Chelsea side a Christmas party this season, after cancelling last year's because of results. (Guardian)
Iconic Italian defender Alessandro Nesta has come out of retirement aged 38 to join Chennaiyin for the final throes of the Indian Premier League season. (FourFourTwo)
QPR boss Harry Redknapp tips veteran defender Rio Ferdinand, 36, to be a successful manager when he retires from playing.(Daily Express)
Celtic manager Ronny Deila admits he has compromised his ideals of good football in order to get results, saying: "I have ditched those principles a lot this season." (Daily Express)
BEST OF SOCIAL MEDIA
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere hit back at critics in the media on Friday by posting a picture of the tackle by Manchester United's Paddy McNair that led to his injury on Instagram.
"As this picture clearly shows most people/players would have broken their ankle if someone tackled them like this," Wilshere, 22, wrote.
A Manchester City supporter had his back signed by in-form striker Sergio Aguero, so he rushed to a tattoo parlour on Friday to have the mark immortalised. (Manchester Evening News)
Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama, 23, received advice from his team-mates on burglar alarms after having his Hampshire house burgled and his car stolen while playing at Aston Villa on Monday. (Daily Telegraph)