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PAPER ROUND-UP: Man Utd’s transfer ban, as well as news from Chelsea, Man City Liverpool, Newcastle, Sunderland and more.

Another busy day of transfer news and gossip today, including how Manchester United have banned Louis van Gaal from January buys as his future grows more uncertain.

Here is the Paper Round-Up for Friday 21st January 2016.

Louis van Gaal has been banned by his club, Manchester United, from making any signings due to the uncertainty of his future. [Mirror]

Manchester United have taken Polish goalkeeper, Bartosz Mrozek, 15, on trial. [Express]

Manchester United are considering ending their interest in Lazio’s Felipe Anderson as they are put off by the price tag [Bleacher Report]

Manchester City manager, Manuel Pellegrini, is wanted by Zenit St Petersberg [Star]

Alexandre Pato’s agent has confirmed that 4 clubs still have a chance of signing his client, including Liverpool and Chelsea. [London Evening Standard]

An Atletico Madrid director has flown to London to try seal a deal for Chelsea stars, Diego Costa and Pedro [Star]

Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic is set to sign a 1 year contract extension [Express]

But Nemanja Matic is considering leaving Stamford Bridge [Mail]

Newcastle may end their interest in Andros Towsend following Tottenham’s refusal to lower the £14m asking price [Guardian]

Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce confirmed he is looking for 2 outfield players [Chronicle]

Stoke are still interested in Porto midfielder Giannelli Imbula and have submitted a £19m [Mirror]

Swansea have bid for Blackburn striker, Jordan Rhodes [Mirror]

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