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As the January transfer window draws ever closer, Edmund Crosthwaite takes a look at some of the rumours about next month’s possible movers.

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Arsene Wenger appears to be ready for an overhaul of his squad as the Telegraph reports he is looking at five new players for his side with three of them already playing in the Premier League.

The trio of Southampton’s Luke Shaw, Stoke’s Asmir Begovic and Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling are apparently interesting the Frenchmen who could also turn to Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Thierry Henry in order to improve Aresnal’s fortunes.

Ill discipline could spell the end of Mario Balotelli’s time at Manchester City. The Italian was suspended for 11 of City’s 54 games last season and is now refusing to pay a £340k fine dished out by his employers; both Milan clubs are showing interest in the striker.

Another bad boy who could be on his way is Marouane Fellaini following his antics against Stoke on Saturday. Fellaini’s repeated clashes with opposition defender Ryan Shawcross could lead to a retrospective ban from the FA and a six-figure fine from Everton.

Reports that Chelsea and Paris St Germain could be willing to pay £30m for the Belgian might make selling him an attractive proposition for manager David Moyes.

Birmingham manager Lee Clarke has told the Mirror that it will take a “substantial figure” to prise19-year-old Jack Butland away from St Andrews.

Potential suitors Liverpool and Everton will have to stump up more than the £6m offered in the summer by Southampton if they really want to add the young England ‘keeper to their ranks.

In the Championship the Sun believe Gianfranco Zola will show Watford trio Chris Iwelumo, Joe Garner and Paul Dickinson the door while Leeds may offer Reading defender Ian Harte an opportunity to return to the Yorkshire club.

They’re also reporting a potential move away from Manchester United for Federico Macheda with second-tier sides Blackpool and Brighton leading the chase.

South East Suffolk Magistrates' Court

A nuisance neighbour who even kept ducks in her house has been given 14 days to get out of her east Ipswich home by the town’s magistrates.

The scene of a fight at Barclays Bank in Ipswich - photos Jess Portway

Frightened staff and customers at an Ipswich town centre bank locked themselves in offices during a violent brawl between two groups of men from rival Romanian families, a court has heard.

Val Burgess, of Sanctuary Home Care Limited, Sidegate Lane Nursing Home resident Wendy Thomas and Sidegate Lane Nursing Home manager Michala Hartley Brown in the home's sensory room. Photo: Paul Nixon/Sanctuary Home Care Limited.

Carers at an Ipswich nursing home have been praised for their “lovely” nature – with some even helping residents decorate their bedroom.

Cycle Ipswich is encouraging people to car share, walk, bike or use public transport every Friday during June.

A new campaign launched today is challenging people in Suffolk to go car-free on every Friday during June.

Trains will be disrupted for the day

Passengers on the region’s trains today could face disruptions due to a number of engineering works taking place.

Archie Hall

Three Suffolk MPs are to take safety concerns about the Orwell Bridge to the boss of Highways England in a bid to reduce the number of deaths at the site.

Local election count at Corn exchange Ipswich

Politicians are preparing for a busy week with elections for police and crime commissioners and some council seats on Thursday.

Professor Peter Odell.

Former Ipswich Society chairman Prof Peter Odell died last month. This obituary was written by his friend and fellow Ipswich Society committee member Mike Cook and his son, Mark Odell, a journalist on the Financial Times.

Two teenagers have been arrested following the death of a 14 year old boy after an incident at an address in Thurston.

A peaceful Suffolk village is tonight in shock after the death of a 14-year-old boy from gunshot wounds.

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