Saturday Morning Round Up @ City can go unbeaten, Gunners plan Madrid swoop, Black Cats ponder striker

Clichy insist City can go unbeaten

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Arsenal are planning a £7m swoop for Real Madrid midfielder Esteban Granero.
Full story: Daily Mirror

The Gunners are also pressing ahead with plans to sign Fiorentina’s Montenegro forward Stevan Jovetic.
Full story: Daily Mail

Abdul Razak is ready to face Derby on Saturday, having joined Portsmouth on a month’s loan from Manchester City.
Full story: Daily Mail

Napoli are the latest club to show interest in QPR playmaker Adel Taraabt.
Full story: Metro

Sunderland are considering a bid for Swiss side Sion’s Ivory Coast striker Giovanni Sio.
Full story: talkSPORT

Sunderland are also keen to sign BK Hacken’s Sweden Under-19 internationals Nikola Laden and Emilio Rossi – as are Everton.
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Goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes has said he is ready to quit Tottenham and return to Brazil.
Full story: the Sun

Newcastle have warned Liverpool that skipper Fabricio Coloccini is not for sale.

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West Ham boss Sam Allardyce admits objections from fans persuaded him not to sign controversial striker El Hadji Diouf.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Leicester City’s owners are considering a surprise management team consisting of Kevin Keegan and Huddersfield boss Lee Clark.
Full story: Daily Mail

Stoke manager Tony Pulis says the club will “look after” striker Mamady Sidibe if he is forced to retire because of a damaged patella tendon.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Former Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy claims rivals Manchester City are favourites for this season’s Premier League title.
Full story: talkSPORT

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has labelled the ruling to force Manchester City to halve the fine imposed on striker Carlos Tevez as “a bit crazy”.
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