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Rumours on Tuesday 25th November

last updated Tuesday 25th November 2008, 11:08 AM

Latest football rumours from today's newspapers.

  • Manchester City will move for Arsenal defender Kolo Toure and Bayern Munich striker Lukas Podoloski in the January transfer window. (Daily Telegraph)

  • Midfielder Charles N'Zogbia could be leaving Newcastle for Paris St Germain in January but the Magpies are determined to hang on to goalkeeper Shay Given. (Daily Mirror)

  • Arsenal and Tottenham are keeping tabs on 18-year-old FC Copenhagen defender Mathais Jorgensen, who made his debut for Denmark in last week's 1-0 loss to Wales. (Daily Star)

  • West Brom could bid for Portsmouth's out-of-favour defender Hermann Hreidarsson in January. (Star)
  • Former Monaco and France player Lilian Thuram says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger "exists completely for Arsenal". (Daily Telegraph)

  • Nicolas Anelka says former Arsenal team-mate Kanu is the best strike partner he has played with. (Daily Express)

  • Manchester United and Tottenham could be on collision course after United hinted they may recall Fraizer Campbell from his loan spell in January, despite having a deal until the end of the season. (Daily Express)

  • Rugby union World Cup-winning coach Sir Clive Woodward - a one-time director of football at Southampton - says he would love another shot at working in football but would like to be a manager this time. (Daily Mail)

  • Crewe want Burton Albion's Nigel Clough to become their next manager. (Mail)

  • Former Northern Ireland and Fulham manager Lawrie Sanchez is interested in becoming Charlton's next boss. (Mirror)

  • Work on Brighton's long-awaited new stadium at Falmer is set to start in December. (Daily Star)

  • Former Derby manager Billy Davies is in the frame to become Nottingham Forest's new boss if the board run out of patience with Colin Calderwood. (Daily Star)

  • Rangers striker Jean Claude Darcheville says the club's shock elimination from Europe this season will help them win the league as they have fewer games to play. (The Guardian)

  • Blackburn's Martin Olsson says he "destroyed most things in the dressing room" in frustration after being sent off at Tottenham on Sunday - and boss Paul Ince told him it was better than not showing any emotion. (The Guardian)

  • A quick payment contract clause means former Charlton boss Alan Pardew will get £1m before Christmas as part of his pay-off following his exit from the club. (The Sun)
  • Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted he once turned down the chance to meet his hero Frank Sinatra because he was unhappy his side had lost to Charlton. (Various)

  • Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney once had his football confiscated by the police for playing in the street - when he was 16. (Daily Express)

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