Tuesday’s Gossip Column

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger wants to sign Schalke striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, 29, next month and the Dutchman could be available for a cut-price £6m.

Full story: Daily Mail

Juventus have joined Manchester United in pursuit of £1m-rated Austrian striker Marcel Sabitzer, 18.

Full story: talkSPORT

Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge, 23, is demanding £80,000 a week to move to Liverpool in January.

Full story: Daily Mirror

OTHER GOSSIP

Tottenham may not lose Emmanuel Adebayor for the duration of the Africa Nations Cup after it was reported the striker had “suspended” his international career with Togo.

Full story: London’s Evening Standard

Newcastle striker Demba Ba, 27, is moving closer to an exit from St James’ Park in January as talks over a new contract have stalled.

Full story: Metro

Manchester United have added to speculation Nani will be sold in January by leaving the 26-year-old Portuguese out of their 2013 club calendar.

Full story: Daily Mirror

QPR midfielder Esteban Granero, 25, can leave the club for just £5.5m if the Hoops are relegated this season.

Full story: Metro

West Brom boss Steve Clarke has insisted he will have funds to strengthen his squad in January.

Full story: Express and Star

Manchester United defender Phil Jones, 20, says getting dumped out of the Champions League group stages last season made the side stronger in the European competition this season.

Full story: Manchester Evening News

Everton defender Sylvain Distin, 35, who is out of contract at the end of the season, hated his recent spell out of the team but says it has helped convince him he wants to extend his career in the Premier League.

Full story: Sporting Life

AND FINALLY

Arsenal’s majority stakeholder Stan Kroenke has splashed out ┬ú80m on an American ranch the size of 71,000 Emirates Stadium pitches.

Full story: Daily Mail

More pregnant women in Mexico City go into labour when Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez is on the pitch, while crime goes down according to the capital’s police chief Jorge Carlos Martinez.

Full story: Metro

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