Latest football rumours and paper talk, Monaco, Chelsea, Fulham, West Ham

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Monaco is hopefull to seal a deal for Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas, which again will make the Spanish international and previous Arsenal star reunite with Thierry Henry.

Steve Bruce looks certain to become the next Sheffield Wednesday manager after a number of spells in management with clubs such as Sunderland, Hull and Aston Villa.

Aston Villa on loan forward Tammy Abraham is a target for a number of Premier League clubs and Wolves looks as the favorite in the chase.

West Ham could be lucky in their chase for Everton midfielder James McCarthy, firstly a possible loan move out the season.

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Crystal Palace could be willing to give Nya Kirby a possible loan option, with Blackpool and Charlton both keen on a move.

Claudio Ranieri could be lucky in the chase for Chelsea central defender Gary Cahill. A perfect move just a few blocks down the road and also still be competing in the Premier League.

Ashley Young could be leaving Old Trafford on a free this January, Inter looks as the most likely destination for the England international.

Celtic could be lucky in their chase for Scotland international Oliver Burke. Burke (21) is currently with West Bromwich Albion.

Chelsea are not likely to recall Tammy Abraham and Michy Batshuayi from their loans, and not considering those as possible options even with Morata and Giroud out of action.

Steven Davis will leave Southampton for a second spell at Ibrox, signing a 18 month deal with Rangers. Celtic is eager to land Dunajska Streda forward Vakoun Isssouf Bayo.

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