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Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 30, has given his word to Paris St-Germain that they are the only club for whom he would quit the Bernabeu. The Portugal international has been linked with a return to Manchester United. (Sun)
Former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp, 68, could take charge at Newcastle United if Steve McClaren is sacked, but 42-year-old former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is favourite to get the job. (Daily Mirror)
Newcastle are not expected to sack McClaren, 54, but owner Mike Ashley will turn to his football board and PR chief Keith Bishop for answers after the Magpies returned to the Premier League relegation zone. (Newcastle Chronicle)
Arsenal are set to make an offer for Celta Vigo forward Nolito, but the 29-year-old would prefer a move to Barcelona. (Fichajes – in Spanish)
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has revealed he turned down several loan offers for forward Joel Campbell, 23, in the summer. (Daily Star)
Former Manchester United and Everton player Phil Neville, 38, could take temporary charge of Valencia after first-team coach Nuno Espirito Santo quit on Sunday. Neville was the 41-year-old’s assistant manager. (Daily Mail)
Serie A sides AC Milan, Inter, Juventus and Bologna are interested in Leicester City forward Andrej Kramaric, 24. (Gazzetta dello Sport)
Former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti, 56, will take over at Bayern Munich should Pep Guardiola quit the German club at the end of the season to move to the Premier League. (Sun)
Everton manager Roberto Martinez says he would not swap striker Romelu Lukaku, 22, for Leicester forward Jamie Vardy, 28, who has broken the record for scoring in consecutive Premier League games. (Daily Mail)
Barcelona do not have a clause allowing them to buy back winger Adama Traore, 19, who signed for Aston Villa for £7m in August. (Daily Mirror)
West Ham and Chelsea are both interested in Genoa midfielder Rolando Mandragora, 18, who is on loan at Serie B side Pescara. (Calcio Mercato)
Manchester United are tracking Fiorentina’s former West Brom midfielder Borja Valero, 30, and his 18-year-old team-mate Breel Embolo. (Blick – in Swiss)
Atletico Madrid will seek a replacement for injured midfielder Tiago in January, with Monaco’s Jeremy Toulalan, 32, top of their list. (Marca)
Watford forward Troy Deeney, 27, who scored against Aston Villa on Saturday, said he failed a trial at Villa Park as a youngster because he was “more interested in chasing girls”.(Daily Express)
Brighton loan signing Rajiv van La Parra has no idea why he has fallen out of favour at Wolves. The 24-year-old joined the Seagulls on Thursday. (The Argus)
QPR plan to name their new manager this week from a shortlist of three – with Burton boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, 43, favourite for the job ahead of former Charlton and Huddersfield manager Chris Powell, 46, and Walsall’s Dean Smith, 44. (Daily Star)
Best of social media
Crystal Palace’s players enjoyed a Christmas party after Saturday’s win over Newcastle, with winger Wilfried Zaha posting this picture of the team in fancy dress.
One fan is proving a social media hit after a tweet he posted about Leicester striker Jamie Vardy in 2012 was retweeted more than 24,000 times.
Vardy posted on Twitter that there is still work to be done after scoring in 11 consecutive Premier League games. He said: “Thanks to everyone for all the congratulation messages! Over the moon to have achieved this, but there is still lots of work to be done!”
Norwich City defender Ryan Bennett said he did not mean to push Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez during their 1-1 draw on Sunday, tweeting: “Genuinely was trying to stop, not push Sanchez, just to clear that up.”
Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish has been photographed partying again – but this time he was at a junior fan-club Christmas party at Dudley Zoo after a change to the training schedule prevented his team-mates from attending. (Birmingham Mail)
Jamie Vardy’s record-breaking goalscoring run has caught the eye of Adrian Butchart, the man behind the Goal! films, who believes the Leicester striker’s journey could be a Hollywood hit. (Sun)