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Monday's papers: Dean Henderson, Christian Eriksen, Eric Garcia

Monday's papers: Dean Henderson, Christian Eriksen, Eric Garcia
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Moves in and out of Old Trafford lead the Monday papers.

What the papers say

Dean Henderson is looking to leave Manchester United on loan as he seeks first-team football to be in with a shout of a spot at the delayed Euro 2020, with the Sun reporting Leeds and Brighton could look to make a move in January.

Meanwhile, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side could look to make a move for Christian Eriksen who left Tottenham for Inter Milan last January but has failed to settle in, says the Daily Star.

Chelsea may lose Olivier Giroud when the transfer window opens, with the 34-year-old said to be concerned about a lack of playing time at Stamford Bridge, according to the Daily Mirror.

Ross Barkley has scored twice since his loan move
Ross Barkley has scored twice since his loan move (Peter Powell/PA)

Sticking with Chelsea, and Frank Lampard will not let Ross Barkley sign for Aston Villa according to the Sun. Barkley has starred for the West Midlands outfit this term following a loan move.

Yusuf Yazici is wanted by Arsenal who see the 23-year-old as a similar player to Mesut Ozil, writes the Daily Mirror. Yazici is currently on the books of Lille and has 24 caps for Turkey.

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Players to watch

Eric Garcia: Barcelona may be looking to sign the Manchester City midfielder sooner than anticipated owing to an injury to Gerard Pique, reports the Manchester Evening News.

Manchester City's Eric Garcia is being tracked by Barcelona
Manchester City's Eric Garcia is being tracked by Barcelona (Martin Rickett/PA)

Eduardo Camavinga: Tottenham are said to be interested in a move for the Rennes and France midfielder, says Football London.

Sergio Romero: Manchester United could offload their Argentine goalkeeper in January, says the Star.

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