A look at the football transfer gossip in Monday's national newspapers, with Spurs linked with a move for Saido Berahino.
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Manager Harry Redknapp insists QPR will rebuff any January bids for in-form striker Charlie Austin.
Jose Mourinho admits there are unhappy players at Chelsea due to lack of opportunity.
Manchester City playmaker David Silva believes the champions are now in position to turn up the heat on Chelsea.
Stoke City play host to Chelsea live on Monday Night Football and Ian Ogg believes it could be a busy night for the referee.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes has no doubt Chelsea are strong enough this season to be quadruple winners.
Brendan Rodgers says Liverpool are "are moving in the right direction" and is eyeing a strong second half of the season.
Gus Poyet has urged his Sunderland players to use their derby success as a platform to belatedly kick-start their season.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has left his role and will serve the remainder of his contract on 'gardening leave'.
Billy Davies is the odds on favourite with William Hill to be the next Rangers manager following Ally McCoist’s exit.