A round up of the transfer news, rumours a News from Wednesday’s papers!

Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumors, Gossip and speculation from all todays papers….

DAILY MAIL

Tony Pulis is on the brink of becoming the new West Bromwich Albion manager after rejecting Newcastle United.

Louis van Gaal has told Manchester United fans that 2015 will be a year to remember – for all the right reasons.

Alan Pardew wants to take charge of the Crystal Palace team for the first time in their the New Year’s Day fixture at Aston Villa.

Chelsea will consider loaning Andrej Kramaric to Leicester City as they look to close a £7.5m deal with his club for the striker on Monday.

Everton are planning a move for Wigan goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi on a short-term basis after the injury to Tim Howard.

THE SUN

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wants FA chiefs to ban penalty-box con men making life hell for referees.

Newcastle face a tug-of-war with West Brom for Tony Pulis, the ex-Crystal Palace boss is the first choice for the Toon and Baggies.

DAILY STAR

Arsenal are preparing a bid of around £25million for Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho.

Martin Odegaard – who is on the wish list of several clubs around Europe – is set to snub several offers and join Southampton.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger wants a panel to be set up to take retrospective action against players who are guilty of deliberate simulation.

Manchester City have made an inquiry about £30m Swansea striker Wilfried Bony as Manuel Pellegrini bids to boost his firepower.

Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal says ‘Chinese food and the wine list’ have been his highlights of life in England, but he criticises the Premier League Christmas fixture congestion.

DAILY MIRROR

Mike Ashley is considering making Newcastle caretaker boss John Carver the club’s manager on a permanent basis.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is keen on a deal for Luciano Vietto – dubbed ‘the new Sergio Aguero’.

Tony Pulis wants £2million a year to become the new West Brom manager after Alan Irvine was sacked.

Alan Irvine broke down in tears after his final defeat to Stoke led to him being sacked as West Brom manager.

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