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A round-up of the transfer gossip in Monday’s national newspapers.
THE SUN
Manchester United want David de Gea to sign a £36.4m five-year deal that will make him the richest keeper in history.
Liverpool’s owners are to carry out a review of the club’s transfer policy, with the club’s transfer committee in the firing line.
Reading want Steve Clarke to replace Nigel Adkins, who was sacked on Monday, as boss.
DAILY MIRROR
Chris Hughton is favourite to become the new Reading boss following the dismissal of Nigel Adkins.
Everton are in the chase for Hull skipper Curtis Davies, who is considering his future after losing his first-team place.
Emmanuel Adebayor and Benoit Assou-Ekotto lead a list of players Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino would like to offload in January. Midfielder Mousa Dembele is also likely to leave and a swap with Aston Villa for Fabian Delph has been mooted, though Stoke boss Mark Hughes is also keen on the former Fulham man.
DAILY STAR
Alex Song has given West Ham hope he will stay at the club beyond his season-long loan deal. “I want to stay,” he told a France-based newspaper.
West Brom and Bolton are tracking Lorient and Burkino Faso striker Alain Traore.
Luton have opened talks to sign on-loan QPR defender Michael Harriman.
DAILY EXPRESS
Defender Ashley Williams is worried what will happen to Swansea if Wilfried Bony’s goals dry up. “It is a worry that if Wilf doesn’t score, we don’t score as a team,” he said.
DAILY MAIL
Ravel Morrison will be forced to train with West Ham United’s U21 squad after he was sent back from his loan at Cardiff City.
Stoke City have made an enquiry about PSV Eindhoven winger Zakaria Bakkali, 18.
Premier League clubs have been alerted to the fact that Fulham are willing to listen to offers for striker Ross McCormack.
Manchester United are looking at Belgian brothers Indy and Sepp Boonen, 15 and 13 years old respectively.
QPR are weighing up a January move for Blackburn striker Rudy Gestede.

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