Terry’s long-term Chelsea future to remain in doubt – report

The Daily Telegraph say John Terry’s long-term future will remain in doubt until the summer.

Terry has 18 months left on his Chelsea contract but the club apparently have no immediate plans to discuss a new deal.

Meanwhile, QPR and Fulham are competing for the signings of Tottenham midfielders Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore, according to the Daily Mail.

It is claimed Whites boss Martin Jol is interested in the duo but that Rangers are willing to spend more money.

Rangers have agreed the loan signing of Livermore but it is on hold because of an injury to Spurs star Sandro.

Related West London Sport story: QPR and Spurs in talks over midfielder (17 January)

The Mail also pick up on yesterday’s reports that QPR manager Harry Redknapp is interested in Dynamo Kiev’s Niko Kranjcar, who played under him at Portsmouth and Tottenham.

The Daily Mirror say Redknapp is hijacking Newcastle’s move for Toulouse midfielder Moussa Sissoko.

It comes amid reports that Rangers have missed out on the signing of Yann M’Vila, who, it is claimed, is joining Russian club Rubin Kazan from Rennes after snubbing a move to Loftus Road.

The Sun say QPR were prepared to pay M’Vila around £45,000 a week.

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