Football transfer gossip (January 27): Chelsea, Liverpool, Fulham

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Chelsea believe they can beat Inter Milan to Manchester United’s 18-year-old midfielder Paul Pogba, who will soon be out of contract and has rejected a new deal, with a bid of around £3m.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is plotting a move to bring Napoli’s Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani, 24, to Anfield before the end of the transfer window.

Full story: Footybunker

Tottenham are holding transfer talks with Sao Paulo about Brazil Under-20 defender Bruno Uvini. Full story: Daily Mail

West Brom want Russia striker Pavel Pogrebnyak, 28, on loan from Stuttgart with a view to a permanent move.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Fulham manager Martin Jol is looking to bolster his midfield with a move for 25-year-old Colombian Carlos Sanchez from French side Valenciennes.

Full story: talkSPORT

Chelsea have not given up in their attempts to sign Ajax’s 23-year-old defender Gregory van der Wiel. Full story: talkSPORT

Fulham striker Andy Johnson, 30, has attracted attention from Russian club Rubin Kazan and Turkish side Galatasaray.

Full story: Daily Mail

Sunderland are considering offering Bolton Wanderers’ 34-year-old striker Kevin Davies a permanent deal in order to clinch his move to the Stadium of Light.

Full story: Sunderland Echo

Meanwhile, rivals Newcastle have made an improved offer for Watford defender Adrian Mariappa after a £2m bid was rejected.

Full story: Daily Mail

Wayne Rooney’s 21-year-old brother John has left the New York Red Bulls to sign for Orlando City.

Full story: Sports Illustrated

Manager David Moyes’s search for a striker to revive Everton’s season has led to an enquiry about taking 27-year-old Guillaume Hoarau on loan from Paris St-Germain.

Full story: the Guardian

Swiss international right-back Scott Sutter , 25, is closing in on a move from Young Boys of Bern to Blackburn Rovers.

Full story: Lancashire Telegraph

Leeds boss Thomas Christiansen ponders his next move in the 1-0 defeat to Reading on Saturday.  Picture: Tony Johnson.

Phil Hay: Leeds United and Christiansen must prove they have more tricks up their sleeve