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The top stories and transfer rumours from Thursday’s national newspapers
Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku wants to leave Everton for ‘a top club’ despite only moving to Goodison Park eight months ago.
Former Bournemouth manager Sean O’Driscoll is the favourite to land the Barnsley job following Danny Wilson’s sacking.
Jose Mourinho believes Chelsea winger Eden Hazard, who this week signed a new five-and-a-half year contract at Stamford Bridge, can become the best player in the world.
Andy Carroll is facing two months out with the knee injury he sustained during West Ham’s 0-0 draw with Southampton.
Vincent Kompany believes Manchester City are getting back to their best and can mount a challenge in the Premier League title race.
Tim Sherwood is the favourite for the vacant Aston Villa manager’s job. Burnley boss Sean Dyche, USA coach Jurgen Kilnsmann and ex-England manager Glenn Hoddle are also in the frame.
Lee Cattermole will return to full training on Monday after missing the first nine games of 2015 with knee and groin injuries.
Carlton Cole has revealed a shouting match with West Ham boss Sam Allardyce over the striker’s failed move to West Brom.
Roy Hodgson has told Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal that Wayne Rooney’s best position is at centre-forward.
Celtic manager Ronny Deila says English football is boring compared to the Scottish game.
Wolves striker Kevin Doyle is weighing up a move to Colorado Rapids, who also want Fulham forward Hugo Rodallega.
West Brom’s £10m record signing Brown Ideye says he would have resisted a move to Qatar in the January transfer window.
Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling has taken up yoga in a bid to limit injuries.
Celtic’s on-loan Manchester City defender Jason Denayer wants to return to the Etihad to fight for a first-team place next season.
Hearts defender Kevin McHattie has returned following three months out with a knee injury.

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