A round-up of Friday’s biggest transfer stories.
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Liverpool are eyeing up a possible move for in-demand Spartak Moscow midfielder Romulo, who has been interesting both Chelsea and Arsenal too of late, to replace the injured Brazilian Lucas Leiva at Anfield – Daily Express
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp is keen to work again with striker Peter Crouch, with the England international expected to join the west London club in the January transfer window – Daily Mirror
Premier League strrugglers West Ham United are lining up a double swoop for Italian duo Antonio Nocerino and Marco Borriello – Daily Express
Cardiff City’s proposed loan move for Manchester United wide man Wilfried Zaha means that the Bluebirds will have to now buy Reds Devils left-back Fabio da Silva instead of also taking the Brazilian on a six-month loan deal as a club is not allowed to take two loanees from the same club – Daily Mirror
AS Monaco front man Lacina Traore could still be given permission to move to Everton in January, despite the recent serious knee injury sustained by the Ligue 1 club’s striker Radamel Falcao – Liverpool Echo