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<b>Marek Hamsik</b><br/>
Hamsik has allegedly been interested in a move to Stamford Bridge according to the players' agent. The 24-year-old could cost the Blues £35m. The Napoli forward is a versatile attacker with the ability to play in a number of positions which would add youthful flair to Chelsea's ageing team.

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Lord Sugar loses tribunal counter-claim against Apprentice winner Stella English

BBC TV show winner said she is now unemployed and on benefits after rejecting the prize role as an 'overpaid lackey'

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BBC is criticised for ‘trivialising’ plastic surgery by backing contestant’s project

Apprentice 2013 runner-up Luisa Zissman

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Apprentice 2013 finalist Luisa Zissman

Apprentice 2013: The candidates that couldn't resist caricature...

Decision time is fast approaching for Sir Alan Sugar who decides which eager business person will become his new partner in The Apprentice final airing tonight.

Leah Totton (right) and Luisa Zissman (left) set for series climax

The Apprentice 2013 final: Leah Totton and Luisa Zissman set for series climax

Apprentice finalists Leah Totton and Luisa Zissman swap the boardroom for the chess board as they plot their final moves ahead of the climax to the series.

Apprentice 2013: Margaret Mountford questions Leah Totten

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Leah does battle with Luisa Zissman in the show's final tonight

The many facial expressions of Lord Sugar's aide Nick Hewer

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As Alan Sugar’s would-be apprentices squabble, pitch and panic, there is always one constant: the quietly observing face of Nick Hewer.

Neil Clough in the Boardroom after being fired

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Katie Hopkins speaking on Channel 5's 'The Wright Stuff'

Katie Hopkins stirs up more outrage with comment that 'Gazza should crack on with drinking'

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Nick Hewer, left, said Lord Alan Sugar, centre, could soon quit The Apprentice

Lord Alan Sugar could quit The Apprentice, says sidekick Nick Hewer

Countdown host says Sugar's involvement in the show could be 'to the detriment of his other business interests'

Credo: Margaret Mountford: 'I was once called the nation's favourite headmistress'

The ex-lawyer, ex-'Apprentice' adviser and reluctant celebrity on ambition and debt

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