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The Sun: Arsenal are lining up a £22million January raid for Porto defensive midfield starlet Ruben Neves.

Also: Paul Gascoigne has revealed he snorted 14 lines of cocaine before his infamous Raoul Moat moment — in an astonishing interview.

And: Agents pocketed £130million from Premier League clubs in the last 12 months.

Daily Mirror: Chelsea are ready to rival Manchester United for Bayern Munich striker Thomas Muller.

Also: Southampton are ready to raid south-coast neighbours Brighton for wonderkid Solly March.

Daily Star: Ander Herrera wants showdown talks with Louis van Gaal after becoming disillusioned at Manchester United.

Daily Mail: Chelsea fear they will be lumbered with Radamel Falcao until the end of the season.

Daily Express: Paul Lambert is to use a study of Liverpool and Bayern bosses to transform Blackburn.

Also: Arsenal’s season was plunged into crisis last night as Alexis Sanchez and Santi Cazorla were ruled out of next week’s crucial Champions League showdown with Olympiakos.

And: Liverpool paid more in agents’ fees than any other Premier League side during the last two transfer windows with top flight clubs lavishing almost £130m to football’s middle men.

Metro: Chelsea have reportedly joined Manchester United in the race to sign Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller with Jose Mourinho ready to axe striker Diego Costa next summer.

Also: Louis van Gaal is determined to sign Basel forward Breel Embolo and Manchester United will reportedly go all out to sign the 18-year-old in the January transfer window.

The Times: Branislav Ivanovic has backed Diego Costa to come back stronger after the striker was dropped to the substitutes’ bench for the first time this season in Chelsea’s goalless draw against Tottenham Hotspur.

The Guardian: Diego Costa is expected to return to the Chelsea starting lineup for the Premier League game against Bournemouth on Saturday despite making his frustrations clear at being dropped to the bench for the draw at Tottenham.

Also: Arsenal spent £7.6m more on agent fees in this year’s two transfer windows than they had done in 2014, with Manchester United’s outlay also rising nearly £6m during the same period.

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Ian Horne
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