Didier Drogba on Juventus radar
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ARCHIVE: PAPER CHASE
Every morning, FOX Soccer gathers the rumors from across England's papers and presents them to you in one place: Paper Chase. Here are the archives:
Juventus have welcomed rumours linking them with Didier Drogba.
Norwich are plotting a double raid for Brighton duo Craig Mackail-Smith and Liam Bridcutt.
Leeds will offer Reading defender Ian Harte an emotional return to Elland Road.
Bristol Rovers want Steve Cotterill to be their new boss.
Marouane Fellaini will escape with a three-match ban for head-butting Ryan Shawcross.
Hatem Ben Arfa is out of Newcastle's Christmas schedule with a hamstring injury.
Former Premier League striker Peter Ndlovu is in a Bulawayo hospital with serious injuries after a car crash.
Mario Balotelli's relationship with Manchester City hit rock bottom as he enlisted the Premier League in a bid to overturn a £340,000 fine for on-field indiscipline.
Marouane Fellaini is sweating on a call from the FA as he faces up to a possible nine-match ban.
Lee Clark has warned Premier League clubs it will take more then £6m to land Birmingham keeper Jack Buckland.
Aston Villa are ready to make a move for Brentford midfielder Harry Forrester.
Bolton want to tie up Stephen Warnock to a new deal.
Norwich plan to raid Brighton for Craig Mackail-Smith and Liam Bridcutt.
Marouane Fellaini could face a fine from Everton and a massive ban for his triple assault on Stoke captain Ryan Shawcross.
Marouane Fellaini will be hit by a £150,000 fine by Everton boss David Moyes today.
Sam Allardyce has made a desperate plea to the West Ham board for funds to use in the January transfer window.
The Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has personally sanctioned the £340,000 fine and misconduct charge for Mario Balotelli, which the striker is to fight at a Premier League tribunal - pushing him closer to an exit from the club.
Chelsea's attempt to become club world champions ended in tears of regret and angry accusations of play-acting, with Gary Cahill incensed at the reaction of Corinthians' Emerson after tangling with the forward in the last minute.