Football transfer gossip (January 2): Crystal Palace, Queen’s Park Rangers, Newcastle United

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Arsenal are closing in on the £2m signing of Fulham’s 32-year-old former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov.

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And the Gunners could also sign France striker Loic Remy, 27, after Queens Park Rangers player said that he does not know if he will return to Loftus Road after his loan at Newcastle ends.

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Turkish club Besiktas are trying to prise defender Joleon Lescott, 31, away from Manchester City but manager Manuel Pellegrini does not want him to leave.

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Newcastle’s £22m-rated midfielder Yohan Cabaye, 27, will only move to Paris St-Germain if the French club can offload players in the January transfer window.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to bring 18-year-old midfielder Mats Moller Daehli with him from Molde once he has been named manager of Cardiff City.

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Jose Mourinho has left the door open for midfielder Juan Mata, 25, to quit Chelsea this month, despite insisting he doesn’t want the Spaniard to leave.

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Manchester United are considering a club record bid to sign Juventus’ Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal, 26.

Full story: Daily Mirror

And United manager David Moyes is also closing in on Dinamo Zagreb’s £6m-rated striker Robert Muric, 17, for a bargain £300,000.

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Arsenal are preparing a January bid for Manchester United’s Mexico striker Javier Hernandez, 25.

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Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis is lining up a £2.5m bid for Blackburn defender Scott Dann, 26.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp wants to use the January transfer window to ease the pressure on 24-year-old top-scorer Charlie Austin.

Full story: Daily Telegraph

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