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  • Fulham's Diomansy Kamara is wanted by Sevilla, who will offer £5m for the midfielder. (Daily Express)
  • Collins John may also leave Fulham, with QPR keen on him. (Daily Express)
  • Sunderland have expressed an interest in signing Fulham winger Hameur Bouazza. (The Times)
  • Chelsea boss Avram Grant has vowed to sign AC Milan's Brazil forward Kaka - and he is also keen on Barcelona's Argentine star Lionel Messi. (Daily Star)
  • But Grant will miss out on striker Bojan Krkic, who is set to agree a new deal at Barcelona. (The Sun)
  • And keeper Carlo Cudicini wants to quit the Blues for Aston Villa. (The Sun)
  • Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has backed his manager Rafael Benitez's bid to sign Aston Villa midfielder Gareth Barry. (The Sun)
  • Manchester United are ready to splash £38m on four young stars in the summer - Sporting Lisbon's Joao Moutinho and Miguel Veloso and Wigan pair Wilson Palacios and Luis Antonio Valencia. (The Sun)
  • Manchester City will sell Stephen Ireland to Sunderland for about £8m in the summer. (The Sun)
  • Derby will sign Sydney FC midfielder Ruben Zadkovich after he impressed during a trial. (The Sun)
  • QPR boss Luigi de Canio is interested in signing Wolves striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake. (Daily Star)
  • Blackburn have warned Derby off striker Jason Roberts. (Daily Star)
  • Everton manager David Moyes is tracking Newcastle full-back Steven Carr, whose contract expires at the end of the season. (Daily Mirror)
  • Birmingham are eager to sign on-loan striker Mauro Zarate on a permanent basis, but his club Al-Sadd value him at £18m. (Daily Mirror)
  • Portsmouth and Wigan are keen on West Brom's Robert Koren and will move for the midfielder if the Baggies fail to win promotion. (Daily Mirror)
  • West Ham manager Alan Curbishley is ready to put big-earners Freddie Ljungberg and Lucas Neill up for sale in the summer. (Daily Express)
  • Plymouth have begun talks with Hungary internationals Peter Halmosi and Krisztian Timar in the hope of fending off QPR's interest. (Daily Star)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • Sunderland manager Roy Keane has admitted he made mistakes in the transfer market during the close season last year but says has learned from his errors. (Daily Star)
  • Chelsea midfielder Joe Cole says he would be "delighted" to stay at the club for the rest of his career. (Daily Star)
  • But not all is well at Stamford Bridge, as defender Tal Ben Haim will be hit with an £80,000 fine for saying he would not have joined the club from Bolton if he had known Avram Grant would become manager. (The Sun)
  • Benfica want Gordon Strachan to be their next manager and are ready to make a shock move for the Celtic boss. (Daily Mirror)
  • Swansea are ready to reward manager Roberto Martinez with a new contract for guiding the club into the Championship. (Various)

AND FINALLY...

  • Reading manager Steve Coppell has threatened to drop all of his 10 outfield players that started last weekend's 2-0 defeat by Fulham. Coppell says only goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann came out of the game with any credit. (Various)

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Benfica want Gordon Strachan to be their next manager and are ready to make a shock move for the Celtic boss. (Daily Mirror) (Lmfao)

Not even Benfica are that stupid are they ?

If I had the money i'd buy him out of his contract & ship him off to Portugal tomorrow. :D

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  • Chelsea are confident of signing AC Milan's Brazilian star Kaka for £50m. (Daily Mirror)
  • AC Milan have agreed a £22m fee to bring Ronaldinho to the San Siro and will pay him £200,000-a-week. (Daily Mirror)
  • Arsenal want to sign Palermo's Brazilian striker Amauri and will offer him £3.2m-a-year contract. (Daily Mail)
  • Dimitar Berbatov's agent has said the Spurs striker wants to play Champions League football and several clubs are interested in him. (Daily Express)
  • Manchester United are ready to spend £90m on wages to keep Cristiano Ronaldo, Rio Ferdinand, Wes Brown and Michael Carrick at the club. (The Sun)
  • Brown will sign a new deal worth between £50,000 and £60,000-a-week, while Ronaldo will pick up £150,000-a-week. (Various)
  • Blackburn boss Mark Hughes admits he will be the first in the queue if Man Utd pair Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes become available. (Daily Star)
  • Portsmouth are prepared to break their transfer record to sign Port striker Lisandro Lopes for £12m. (Daily Mirror)
  • Everton have been linked with a summer move for Newcastle right back Stephen Carr. (The Independent)
  • Birmingham are hoping to sign Argentine striker Gaston Sangoy from Cypriot side Apollon Limassol. (Daily Mirror)
  • Hamilton Academicals' 17-year-old prodigy James McCarthy is a target for Chelsea. (Daily Record)
  • Owen Coyle has warned Celtic off making an approach for Burnley's £3m-rated striker Kyle Lafferty. (Daily Record)
  • Kilmarnock are hopeful of signing Mehdi Taouil, Gavin Skelton and Alan Russell for next season. (Daily Record)
  • Sheffield United boss Kevin Blackwell wants to sign Blackpool's Wes Hoolahan for the Blades. (Various)
  • Kilmarnock are close to signing Gretna midfielder Gavin Skelton and Airdrie United striker Allan Russell. (Various)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • Liverpool could be forced to sell Fernando Torres and Ryan Babel if they fail to pay back a £35.1m loan used to help buy the pair. (The Times)
  • Tottenham manager Juande Ramos is prepared to let injury-prone captain Ledley King leave the club. (Various)
  • Defender Jonathan Woodgate is set to be handed the captain's armband at White Hart Lane if King leaves. (Various)
  • Nicky Shorey has refused to sign a new contract with Reading until their Premier League future is assured. (Daily Mirror)
  • Sven Goran Eriksson insists he will remain in charge of Manchester City next season. (Daily Star)
  • West Ham are prepared to subsidise Freddie Ljungberg's wages, to get him off the club's wage bill. (Various)
  • The Rangers Supporters Trust want next weekend's Old Firm derby to be played behind closed doors after the club's team doctor was struck by a coin on Wednesday. (Various)

AND FINALLY...

  • Birmingham striker Mikael Forssell will snub his usual pre-match meal of raw fish as the chef in the sushi restaurant he visits is an Aston Villa fan. (The Sun)
  • Footballer-turned-actor Vinnie Jones has recorded a motivational video for Reading in a bid to help the club avoid relegation. (The Sun)
  • Argentine striker Carlos Tevez has fully embraced the English lifestyle since his arrival at Man Utd and a cup of tea is his beverage of choice when out partying at a nightclub with team-mates. (The Sun)
  • St Mirren have ended Rangers' hopes of extending the SPL season as their players have already booked a team holiday. (Daily Mail)

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  • Aston Villa midfielder Gareth Barry's desire to play Champions League football could see him join Liverpool or Chelsea for £14m. (Daily Mirror)
  • But Barry could commit his future to Villa depending on the club's ambitions and transfer targets. (Various)
  • Tottenham boss Juande Ramos has stepped up attempts to sign Diego Capel from ex-club Sevilla with Real Madrid also chasing the winger. (Daily Mirror)
  • Ramos' transfer market plans at White Hart Lane depend on him off-loading some of his current Carling Cup-winning squad. (Daily Star)
  • Manchester City boss Sven-Goran Eriksson could respond to his job being in jeopardy by telling owner Thaksin Shinawatra he is off to manage Valencia. (The Sun)
  • Real Madrid striker Ruud van Nistelrooy is set to move to AC Milan in the summer as the Bernabeu club target Chelsea's Didier Drogba as a replacement. (Daily Mail)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has told midfielder Mathieu Flamini to make up his mind whether he is staying or going and wants to resolve the situation by the end of April. (Various)
  • Wenger is also uncertain whether William Gallas will continue as captain next season with Cesc Fabregas mooted as his replacement. (Various)
  • Reading are battling relegation and boss Steve Coppell is considering recalling striker Leroy Lita from his loan at Charlton. (Daily Mirror)
  • Newcastle boss Kevin Keegan believes rival Sunderland manager Roy Keane will one day manager Manchester United. (Various)
  • Jose Mourinho says he will return to football management next season after his sabbatical following his exit as Chelsea boss earlier this season. (Times)
  • Former Manchester United striker and current Blackburn boss Mark Hughes has told Red Devils winger Cristiano Ronaldo to resist the lure of Spain and stay at Old Trafford. Liverpool co-owner has agreed to sell his 50% stake in the club to DIC, with co-owner Tom Hicks then being squeezed out. (Daily Express)
  • QPR are set to go on a £25m summer spending spree to try to achieve promotion into the Premier League next season. (Daily Express)

AND FINALLY...

  • West Ham have had a nightmare on the injury front this season but Freddie Ljungberg may have found a cure - to eat more greens. (Daily Mirror)

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  • Diomansy Kamara, 27, is likely to leave Fulham for a loan spell in Spain or Italy. (News of the World)
  • Chelsea will make a third attempt to sign Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard if Frank Lampard, as expected, leaves at the end of the season. (Various)
  • Manchester City have had discussions with Barcelona playmaker Ronaldinho about a move to Eastlands. (Independent on Sunday)
  • Barcelona striker Thierry Henry is keen for a return to the Premier League. However, although the former Arsenal forward is thought to prefer a switch to a London club, it is unlikely he will move back to the Gunners. (Various)
  • Manchester United are to put a £100m buy-out clause in Cristiano Ronaldo's new contract to ward off potential buyers. (News of the World)
  • Meanwhile, United are keen to land Sevilla's £25m-rated right-back Dani Alves. The 24-year-old was stopped from moving to Chelsea last summer when his club turned down the Blues' offer. (News of the World)
  • Tottenham will make a British record £10m bid for PSV Eindhoven keeper Heurelho Gomes. (Sunday Mail)
  • If Gomes joins Spurs, then Middlesbrough are keen to relieve them of England stopper Paul Robinson, 29, to replace 35-year-old Mark Schwarzer whose contract runs out in June. (News of the World)
  • Sunderland striker Kenwyne Jones is attracting interest from Chelsea, Portsmouth, Manchester City and Arsenal, despite only scoring seven goals this season. Jones moved to the Stadium of Light eight months ago for £6m and signed a four-year deal. (Sunday Express)
  • Newcastle are tracking Liverpool's out-of-favour winger Jermaine Pennant and Tottenham defender Anthony Gardner. (News of the World)
  • Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill is lining up Chelsea's Steve Sidwell as a replacement for Gareth Barry who looks set to join Liverpool in the summer. Liverpool and Manchester City are eyeing Udinese's £8m-rated Swiss midfielder Gokham Inter, 23. Italian side Udinese are also ready to offload striker Fabio Quagliarella for £15m. Tottenham are facing competition from AC and Inter Milan for the 25-year-old's signature. (News of the World)
  • Benfica full-back Nelson has issued a "come and get me" plea to Aston Villa. (News of the World)
  • Birmingham will step up their pursuit of 23-year-old Argentine striker Gaston Sangoy, who plays in Cyprus for Apollon Limassol, once their Premier League future is secured. (News of the World)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • Chelsea are lining up Russia coach Guus Hiddink to succeed Avram Grant as their manager in the summer. Hiddink's contract with Russia expires after Euro 2008. (News of the World)
  • Under-pressure Manchester City manager Sven Goran-Eriksson may be offered an escape route with Italian sides AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus interested in employing the former England boss. (Various)
  • Chelsea captain John Terry has turned down an offer from club officials of a testimonial to mark his 10 years at the club, saying he would rather wait until the end of his career. (News of the World)
  • Christian Vieri says Fiorentina will be "underdogs" against Rangers in this week's Uefa Cup semi-final . (Scottish News of the World)

AND FINALLY...

  • Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez is considering legal action against Neil Warnock after the former Sheffield United boss questioned his integrity in his newspaper column. Warnock suggested that Rafa was given a yearly hamper from Harrods for his team selections as he prepared to send out an understrength Reds side at Fulham for the second year running (Harrods and Fulham are both owned by Mohamed Fayed). Last season, the Cottagers beat Liverpool to stay up at the Blades' expense. (Various)

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  • Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has agreed to become Inter Milan manager and the Special One is eyeing a £35m double swoop for Stamford Bridge duo Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba. (The Sun and Daily Mirror)
  • Samuel Eto'o has threatened to quit Barcelona, putting Chelsea on red alert. "I want to win titles and if I can't do it here then it will be in another club," said the Cameroon striker. (The Sun)
  • Juventus have offered Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini, whose contract expires at the end of the season, a five-year deal worth £3.5m a year. (Daily Mail)
  • Chelsea are looking to step up their £20m interest in Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery. (Daily Mail)
  • Everton and Middlesbrough are chasing Nuremburg's Bosnian striker Zvejdan Misimovic. The 25-year-old is believed to be available for around £1m. (Daily Mirror)
  • Veteran striker Paul Dickov, currently on loan with Blackpool from Manchester City, is in talks with Major League Soccer club Toronto. (Daily Mirror)
  • QPR and Sheffield United are interested in Plymouth's Hungarian internationals Krisztian Timar and Peter Halmosi. (Daily Mail)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • Chelsea will give Frank Lampard the option of flying up to Liverpool at the last minute for Tuesday's Champions League clash. The England midfielder's mother is seriously ill in hospital with pneumonia. (Daily Mirror)
  • Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has warned Rafael Benitez he has to deliver the Champions League or will be labelled a big-spending failure. (Daily Star)
  • Sven-Goran Eriksson is not worried about losing his job. "If the question is whether I will still have a job, it's not a worry for me at all," said the Manchester City boss after beating Portsmouth. (The Guardian)
  • Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney may have to have a painkilling injection to be fit for Wednesday's Champions League game against Barcelona. (Daily Telegraph)

AND FINALLY...

  • Derby manager Paul Jewell has not lost his sense of humour, despite his club's relegation to the Championship. As West Ham were booed off the pitch after a 2-1 win over the Rams, Jewell was asked if one of his teams had ever been jeered for winning. "Dunno," he said. "I'd just like the opportunity to find out. (The Sun)

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  • Manchester City are preparing to smash their transfer record on CSKA Moscow's Brazilian forward Jo, 21, in a move that could cost close to £20m. (The Guardian and Daily Mirror)
  • Manager Sven-Goran Eriksson could have a mouthwatering attacking line-up next season as City believe they can successfully re-enter the race to sign Ronaldinho after a breakdown in negotiations between Barcelona and AC Milan. (Daily Telegraph)
  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger fears the Gunners could lose Alexander Hleb after the midfielder - who can buy out his contract for a knockdown fee - had a secret meeting with Inter Milan. (Daily Mirror)
  • Emmanuel Adebayor could also be on his way to Italy after the Arsenal striker was linked with AC Milan and Juventus. "Milan have looked at him and so have Juventus," said the player's agent Vincenzo Morabito. (The Independent)
  • Tottenham are set to make a £3m offer for Getafe defender Daniel Diaz, 29. (Daily Mirror)
  • Spurs boss Juande Ramos is eager to boost his defensive options and is ready to end Tal Ben Haim's Chelsea nightmare. The 26-year-old has made only 17 starts for the Blues since his summer move from Bolton. (Daily Mail)
  • Japanese club Yokohama Marinos are in Glasgow for talks with Celtic midfielder Shunsuke Nakamura. (Daily Record)
  • Manager Rafael Benitez wants Newcastle's Steve Harper to battle with Pepe Reina for the number one goalkeeping spot at Liverpool. The 32-year-old could cost as little as £500,000. (The Sun)
  • Portsmouth boss Harry Redknapp is ready to offer Fulham £5m for Jimmy Bullard if the Londoners are relegated. (The Sun)
  • Derby could sign Everton midfielder Lee Carsley as manager Paul Jewell prepares for the Championship. (The Independent)
  • Bayern Munich, Juventus and Fiorentina are interested in goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer, who is set to leave Middlesbrough in the summer. (The Sun)
  • West Brom are lining up a £500,000 move for Dundee midfielder Kevin McDonald(Daily Mail)
  • St Johnstone will hold talks with Jody Morris to secure the former Chelsea midfielder on a long-term contract. (Daily Record)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • Newcastle striker Obafemi Martins is on the verge of signing the biggest boot deal for an African player. Adidas will pay him £1.7m for a three-year deal. (The Sun)
  • Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has admitted he cannot believe his class of 2005 won the Champions League, saying: "A surprise, eh? I have seen this squad 20 times and I still wonder how we did it. The squad now is much better." (The Sun)
  • Watford captain Jay DeMerit claims his team are too nervous to play at Vicarage Road. "You're so desperate to do well in front of your home fans and they are so keyed up that it can create a tough atmosphere," he said. (Daily Express)
  • Allan McGregor's season is over after the Rangers goalkeeper injured his ankle in last week's Old Firm defeat. (Daily Record)

AND FINALLY...

  • Wolves fans might get more than they bargained for if Sylvan Ebanks-Blake scores against Cardiff on Tuesday night. The striker, who celebrated scoring against Ipswich on Saturday by tearing off his shirt, said: "We need three points, if I score and we win I might take off all my clothes!" (Various)

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Bayern Munich have withdrawn the offer of a contract extension for Philipp Lahm.

The German defender opened talks with general manager Uli Hoeness earlier this month and stated that he was willing to remain with the club.

However, Lahm, who has one season remaining on his current deal at the Allianz Arena, has not been able to come to an agreement with his club bosses.

"Talks between Bayern and Philipp Lahm over the extension of his contract which expires on June 30, 2009 have been inconclusive," the club said.

"As a result, Bayern have withdrawn the offer of a contract extension."

Progression

Lahm has now admitted that he could leave Bayern and set out for a new challenge in a different country.

"I've played for two years with Stuttgart, I'm finishing my third year at Bayern, the top German club, so the logical progression is to go abroad," he told Stern.

Lahm added that one of the reasons for his decision was that he doubted Bayern could win the UEFA Champions League in 2009.

"There are in Europe a handful of clubs who have a financial power superior to that of Bayern," he explained.

"Their teams play with more rhythm and assurance than Bayern."

"Sky sports news"

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  • Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill is lining up a £5m move for Chelsea's Steve Sidwell after conceding skipper Gareth Barry may leave this summer. (Daily Mirror)
  • Spanish newspaper AS has claimed Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o, who has a £120m release clause in his contract, held talks with Tottenham last week. (The Independent)
  • Everton have been linked with moves for Zenit St Petersburg's Russia captain Andrei Arshavin and CSKA Moscow's Brazilian midfielder Dudu. (Various)
  • The Toffees are also in the chase for Portsmouth midfielder Sean Davis, who manager David Moyes sees as a replacement for the out-of-contract Lee Carsley. (Daily Mirror)
  • Davis and his Portsmouth team-mate Pedro Mendes could leave Fratton Park in the summer as boss Harry Redknapp seeks to raise cash to buy Liverpool striker Peter Crouch. (Daily Star)
  • Striker Kevin Phillips will leave West Brom to join either Wigan or Derby on a free transfer after rejecting a new pay deal. (The Sun)
  • Kevin Keegan could be poised to move for Liverpool's beleaguered John Arne Riise after the Newcastle manager admitted left-backs are high on his summer shopping shortlist. (The Guardian)
  • Fredrikstad's £4m-rated striker Tarik Elyounoussi is being watched by Tottenham, Blackburn and Wigan after firing his side to the top of the Norwegian league. (Daily Mail)
  • Manager Claudio Ranieri wants his old Chelsea goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini at Juventus. (Daily Mirror)
  • Liverpool's Rafael Benitez and Manchester City's Sven-Goran Eriksson are on Valencia's hit list to replace axed boss Ronald Koeman. (The Sun)
  • Aston Villa are ready to take on Newcastle in a £250,000 tussle for Bournemouth striker Sam Vokes, 18. (Daily Star)
  • Former Carlisle and Bohemians manager Roddy Collins, 46, is in line to be named as director of football at Livingston. (Daily Record)
  • Former Brentford boss Martin Allen is favourite to become the next manager of Huddersfield. (The Sun)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has joined football's super rich by signing two sponsorship deals that could be worth up to £25m. (Daily Express)
  • Barcelona playmaker Xavi believes Cristiano Ronaldo would improve if the Manchester United winger were to move to the Nou Camp. (Daily Express)
  • Former Newcastle defender Titus Bramble has criticised Newcastle fans, blaming the Magpies faithful for the sacking of manager Sam Allardyce. "The Newcastle fans aren't as good as everybody says," said the Wigan centre-back. (The Sun and Daily Star)
  • Georgios Samaras, who is on loan at Celtic, says he will not return to Manchester City. "All I know is I won't be going back to Manchester City, that is for sure," he said. (Various)
  • West Ham are set to offer goalkeeper Robert Green and striker Dean Ashton new deals that will take both players into the £40,000-a-week bracket. (The Sun)
  • Sheffield Wednesday striker Francis Jeffers, 27, will travel to Holland later this week for an operation on a career-threatening ankle injury. (Daily Mail)

AND FINALLY...

  • Derby boss Paul Jewell has had little luck backing winners this season. Not only has his side been relegated to the Championship but his two horses - Quite a Splash and Dame De Balme - have also been flops.
    Quite a Splash failed to finish in the first three in 11 races, while Dame De Balme was pulled up the only time she raced.
    But Jewell's luck could be about to change as he has bought Starstruck Peter - who has already won in Wolverhampton. There's nothing I can do for him at Derby but I'll be doing my absolute best to cheer him up with his horses," said Jewell's trainer Sean Curran. (Daily Express)

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  • Newcastle are close to buying highly-rated Croatia midfielder Luka Modric from Dinamo Zagreb for about £12m. (Various)
  • Tottenham and Manchester City have been sounded out about signing Brazil superstar Ronaldinho after his move to AC Milan collapsed. (Daily Mirror)
  • City are also considering Bolton striker El-Hadji Diouf. (Various)
  • But they face competition from Valencia, who will bid £5m for the Senegal international. (Daily Mirror)
  • Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez spoke to owner Tom Hicks on Wednesday and listed his transfer targets, which include Aston Villa's Gareth Barry. (Star)
  • But Villa boss Martin O'Neill is ready to smash Villa's pay structure to keep hold of his player. (Various)
  • Real Madrid have added Chelsea centre-back Ricardo Carvalho to their wanted list, along with his Blues team-mate Didier Drogba. The Spanish giants also want also want to lure Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United. (Star)
  • Chelsea and Liverpool are set to battle it out for the signature of Blackburn winger David Bentley. (The Times)
  • Arsenal midfielder Matthieu Flamini is on the verge of leaving to join Italian giants Juventus. (Independent)
  • And the Gunners' midfield could be further depleted by the departure of Alexander Hleb to Inter Milan. (The Guardian)
  • Arsenal are intersted in signing PSV Eindhoven goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes, Lyon winger Hatem Ben Arfa and Valencia striker David Villa. (Daily Star)
  • Tottenham also in the race for Gomes. However, the £10m price tag could put both clubs off. (Express)
  • Spurs' other goalkeeping targets include Espanyol's Carlos Kameni, Villarreal's Diego Lopez, Manchester United's Ben Foster and Udinese's Samir Handanovic. (Express)
  • Sporting Lisbon want Middlesbrough midfielder Fabio Rochemback. (Various)
  • Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez is tracking Argentine international Maxi Rodriguez. (Daily Mirror)
  • Marcus Bent will seek a permanent switch to Wigan, where he is on loan from Charlton, if the club stays in the Premier League. (Daily Mirror)
  • Newcastle want Chelsea midfielder Steve Sidwell, who is also being chased by Blackburn and Sunderland. (The Sun)
  • Tottenham are interested in Real Madrid's Esteban Granero and Chelsea's Tal Ben Haim. (Daily Express)
  • Chelsea could move for Inter Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, although his team-mate Mario Balotelli is being considered as an alternative.
  • But Didier Drogba, Florent Malouda, Frank Lampard, Shaun Wright-Phillips and Tal Ben Haim could all leave Chelsea in the summer. (Independent)
  • Goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini may also join the exodus from Stamford Bridge. (Independent)
  • Derby manager Paul Jewell is interested in signing Everton midfielder Lee Carsley. (Independent)
  • Crystal Palace insist youngsters Lee Hills, Victor Moses, Sean Scannell and John Bostock will not be sold if the club fails to win promotion. (Various)
  • Plymouth defender Paul Connolly will move to Charlton in the summer after seven years at the club. (Various)
  • Oldham are monitoring teenage Wigan striker Chris McCaughtrie, who will be allowed to leave the club on a free transfer. (Daily Star)
  • Cardiff and Coventry are competing for the signature of Oxford defender Luke Foster. (Daily Star)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • Liverpool co-owner Tom Hicks hedl talks with manager Rafael Benitez on Wednesday and believes the Spaniard is happy at the club and will agree a new contract. (Various)
  • Meanwhile, goalkeeper Pepe Reina says if Benitez leaves the club he is likely to follow him. (Independent)
  • Former Newcastle and Bolton boss Sam Allardyce is being chased by Portuguese giants Benfica. (Daily Mail)
  • Derby manager Paul Jewell will appoint Chris Hutchings as his number two after losing out on his first-choice Stan Ternent. (Daily Star)
  • Portsmouth striker David Nugent has begged manager Harry Redknapp to put him in the starting line-up for the FA Cup final against Cardiff after he scored his first goal for three months while playing for the reserves. (Mirror)
  • West Brom striker Kevin Phillips has called speculation he has rejected a new contract and leave the club in the summer "nonsense".
  • Sheffield Wednesday will be saved from financial meltdown next week when a foreign consortium takes over the club in a £40m deal. (Various)

AND FINALLY...

  • Liverpool defender John Arne Riise has been so distraught after his own goal against Chelsea in the Champions League semi-final that he has refused to speak to his family about it. The Norwegian ignored calls from his brother before finally sending a text saying he wants to be left alone. (Various)
  • Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hit back at fans who have turned on him after the club's third season without a trophy. "When people say you don't know what you are doing, that is disrespectful," he said. (Daily Star)
  • The Beckhams have moved three places up the Rich List following their relocation to the USA, which has netted them £13m. The couple are now worth £125m and are the 616th-richest Britons. Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney and Coleen McLoughlin are the richest celebrity pair under the age of 30 with £35m. (Daily Star)

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  • Newcastle boss Kevin Keegan will launch a £15m bid to sign Barcelona striker Thierry Henry. (The Sun)
  • Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez's summer shopping list includes Wigan winger Antonio Valencia. (Daily Mirror)
  • Benitez also wants Gareth Barry, Borussia Dortmund's Philipp Degen, Athletico Bilbao's Fernando Amorebieta and Espanyol's Albert Riera. (Various)
  • Degen has verbally agreed with Benitez to move to Anfield on a free transfer this summer. (Various)
  • Atletico Madrid midfielder Maxi Rodriguez is another target for Benitez. (The Sun)
  • Arsenal are considering selling their Swiss defender Philippe Senderos at the end of the season. (The Independent)
  • Chelsea have told Real Madrid that they must pay £18m to sign striker Didier Drogba. (Daily Star)
  • Manchester City hope to sign Liverpool's Peter Crouch, Tottenham's Aaron Lennon and CSKA Moscow duo Jo and Daniel Carvalho this summer. (Various)
  • City must pay £21m if they want Brazil striker Jo. (Daily Mirror)
  • Crystal Palace are keen on Norwich striker Darren Huckerby. (Daily Mirror)
  • Croatia boss Slaven Bilic has told Dinamo Zagreb midfielder Luka Modric to join Newcastle. (Various)
  • Chelsea midfielder Steve Sidwell is set to reject a move to Newcastle to stay at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mirror)
  • Aston Villa are the latest side to target Sidwell and they are also keen to bring in Liverpool's Peter Crouch and Benfica defender Nelson. (Star)
  • Inter Milan have confirmed they want to sign Arsenal midfielder Alexander Hleb. (Daily Star)
  • Arsenal have improved their latest contract offer to midfielder Mathieu Flamini in a bid to stop him from joining Juventus. (Daily Mirror)
  • West Ham goalkeeper Robert Green is ready to pledge his long-term future to the club. (Daily Star)
  • Bolton goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen is back in training after being told he does not need back surgery. (The Sun)
  • Tottenham have agreed to pay Espanyol £5m for Carlos Kameni but face late competition for the goalkeeper from Aston Villa. (The Independent)
  • But Spurs hope to hijack Portsmouth's £8.3m bid for Real Mallorca winger Jonas Gutierrez. (The Independent)
  • Liverpool have signed 16-year-old Tamworth goalkeeper Dean Chamberlain. (Daily Star)
  • Middlesbrough's weekly wage bill will be slashed by £130,000 if Mark Schwarzer, Fabio Rochemback and Gaizka Mendieta leave the club. (Daily Star)
  • Schwarzer looks likely to join Bayern Munich and Boro are considering a £4m move for Tottenham keeper Paul Robinson to replace him. (Various)
  • Newcastle and Liverpool are both eyeing a summer swoop for Colchester winger Medy Elito. (Daily Mirror)
  • Barcelona star Ronaldinho has told team-mates at the Spanish club that he may be leaving the Nou Camp to move to Manchester City. (The Independent)
  • Fenerbahce's London-born striker Colin Kazim-Richards wants to return to the Premier League from Turkey. (Express)
  • Dundee United have confirmed defender Christian Kalvenes is set to leave the club. (Daily Record)
  • Inverness Caledonian Thistle chairman George Fraser says the club do not have to sell striker Marius Niculae to avert a cash crisis. (Daily Record)
  • St Mirren boss Gus MacPherson fears he could lose David van Zanten to a bigger club in the summer. (Daily Record)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • Nani says his Manchester United team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo was devastated after missing his penalty against Barcelona. (The Sun)
  • But Ronaldo says he is not afraid to take another spot-kick against Barcelona in the second leg of United's Champions League semi-final. (The Sun)
  • Kolo Toure wants to replace William Gallas as Arsenal captain. (The Sun)
  • Wembley Stadium lost £22m during its first year of operation, according to accounts set to be published next month. (Various)
  • Chelsea's German international midfielder Michael Ballack, 31, wants to end his career at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Star)
  • Meanwhile, Blues defender Ricardo Carvalho says his side can blow the title race wide open by beating Manchester United on Saturday. (Mirror)
  • Manchester City are to appoint Brazilian coach Roberto Carlos de Carvalho as their international youth development chief. (Daily Mirror)
  • An unnamed football club have approached a leading sports scientist to apply genetic research to their players. (The Guardian)
  • Celtic playmaker Shunsuke Nakamura will shake off an ankle injury in time for Sunday's clash with Rangers. (Record)
  • Aberdeen boss Jimmy Calderwood says his players must prove they have a future at Pittodrie between now and the end of the season. (Daily Record)
  • East Stirling could be thrown out of the Scottish League in two years if they finish bottom of the League again this season. (Daily Record)

AND FINALLY...

  • Cardiff City have teamed up with Fame Academy star James Fox to record their FA Cup final song Bluebirds Flying High.
  • Teetotal West Brom boss Tony Mowbray will celebrate by cracking open his leftover Easter eggs instead of champagne if the Baggies win promotion to the Premier League.

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  • Midfielder Lee Cook is set for a return to QPR after failing to settle at Fulham. (Various)
  • Having captured Croatia star Luka Modric, Tottenham are targeting Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o, Espanyol keeper Carlos Kamen and Celtic midfielder Aiden McGeady. (Daily Mirror)
  • Arsenal midfielder Gilberto Silva is being chased by Roma after deciding to end his six-year stay at the Gunners. (Daily Mail)
  • Manchester United could lose out to Barcelona in the chase for full-back Philip Lahm. (Daily Mail)
  • Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is refusing to rule out bringing Thierry Henry back to the club from Barcelona. (Various)
  • West Ham are close to signing 17-year-old defender Holmar Orn Eyjolfsson from HK Kopavogur. (Times)
  • Portsmouth's Pedro Mendes looks set to move back to Portugal after putting his house up for sale in Poole. (Daily Express)
  • Liverpool's England striker Peter Crouch could still be a target for FA Cup finalists Portsmouth. (Daily Express)
  • Birmingham have jumped ahead of West Brom to sign Sean Geddes from Walsall. (Daily Mirror)
  • Blackburn are chasing midfielder Radoslaw Majewski and defender Dariusz Dudka from Polish sides Groclin Dyskobolia and Wisla Krakow respectively.
  • FA Cup finalists Cardiff are keen to re-sign Derby striker Rob Earnshaw after he failed to impress with the relegated Rams this season. (Daily Mirror)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • England boss Fabio Capello is ready to name Rio Ferdinand as England captain ahead of Chelsea defender John Terry. (Various)
  • Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is furious with Inter Milan for trying to tap-up midfielder Alexander Hleb. (Various)
  • Stoke boss Tony Pulis will scoure Europe for players good enough to play in the Premier League - should they get promoted. (The Sun)
  • Former Tottenham coach Martin Jol believes he is in the frame to replace Alan Curbishley as West Ham boss. (Daily Mirror)
  • Kevin Keegan insists his relationship with director of football Dennis Wise will be a success and says they will land four top players this summer. (Daily Mirror)
  • West Ham boss Alan Curbishley insists he will overcome the West Ham boo-boys by bringing "fantasy football" to Upton Park. (Various)
  • Aston Villa are battling hard to keep hold of England midfielder Gareth Barry and are poised to offer him a bumper new deal. (Various)

AND FINALLY...

  • Chelsea manager Avram Grant has called in a top American shrink to held his team through their make-or-break week this season. (Daily Express)
  • Jinxed Fulham striker Jari Litmanen has had heart trouble, an ankle injury and a groin strain. Now the Finnish veteran has been denied the chance of making his debut for the club in the relegation scrap against Manchester City after being injured when a ball hit his ear in training.

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  • Everton striker Andy Johnson is set to leave Goodison Park and West Ham, Manchester City and Newcastle could be interested. (News of the World)
  • Portsmouth boss Harry Redknapp has been given the green light to make a £7m summer swoop for Liverpool striker Peter Crouch. (Sunday Express)
  • Pompey are also targeting Rennes' Ghana defender John Mensah, who would cost £5m. (Sunday Express)
  • Blackburn boss Mark Hughes would rather let David Bentley rot in the reserves than sell him to Liverpool in the summer. (News of the World)
  • Tottenham boss Juande Ramos will make a big-money bid for West Ham goalkeeper Robert Green. (News of the World)
  • Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson wants Werder Bremen goalkeeper Tim Wiese. (News of the World)
  • Arsenal have joined Chelsea and Liverpool in the race for Aston Villa midfielder Gareth Barry. (The People)
  • Chelsea are willing to pay £35m to sign Atletico Madrid's Argentine wonderkid Sergio Aguero. (Daily Star Sunday)
  • CSKA Moscow striker Jo has agreed an annual salary of £3.5m with Manchester City, who are set to pay £18m for the Brazilian. (Mail on Sunday)
  • Middlesbrough have emerged as the favourites to sign £5m-rated Chelsea midfielder Steve Sidwell at the end of the season. (Mail on Sunday)
  • Chelsea are to offer Bayern Munich Florent Malouda, plus £10m, in a bid to sign Franck Ribery. (The People)
  • Middlesbrough are planning to bid £3m for Derby midfielder Giles Barnes and Fulham ace Steven Davis, who is on loan at Rangers. (News of the World)
  • Reading hope to sign £3m-rated Metz striker Rudy Gestade in the summer. (News of the World)
  • Bolton are set for a summer tug-of-war with Middlesbrough over Crewe striker Nicky Maynard. (News of the World)
  • Celtic, Newcastle and Aston Villa are vying for the signature of Bournemouth's Sam Vokes. (News of the World)
  • Aberdeen are poised to sign Darren Young and Mark Burchill after the pair leave Dunfermline. (Scotland on Sunday)
  • Inverness manager Craig Brewster says Romania striker Marius Niculae will still be at the club next season. (Sunday Mail)
  • Nottingham Forest have joined Preston, Aberdeen, Hearts and Borussia Moenchengladbach in showing interest in Dundee United's Mark Kerr. (News of the World)
  • West Brom expect to sign Roman Bednar from Hearts at the end of his loan. (Sunday Mail)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • Jose Mourinho says he has been offered the manager's job at Liverpool by the Dubai International Capital group who want to buy the club. (Mail on Sunday)
  • Tottenham are the target of a £250m takeover by Richard Peddie, the man behind Canadian ice hockey team Toronto Maple Leafs. (News of the World)
  • Manchester City owner Thaksin Shinawatra has backed boss Sven-Goran Eriksson, after weeks of speculation he was set to sack him. (Sunday Express)
  • A mystery Chinese consortium is secretly financing a proposed £40m takeover of Blackburn Rovers. (News of the World)
  • Everton boss David Moyes expects a minimum £20m summer transfer kitty. (News of the World)
  • Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has compiled a tape showing Chelsea striker Didier Drogba diving to help his defenders ahead of Wednesday's Champions League semi-final second-leg. (Various)
  • Former Rangers midfielder Rino Gattuso will reject a return to Ibrox, or moves to Manchester United or Bayern Munich, in favour of extending his stay at AC Milan. (Scotland on Sunday)
  • Rangers defender David Weir has called for an Old Firm truce and admitted he was ashamed to be sent off against Celtic earlier this month. (Sunday Mail)
  • Fiorentina striker Adrian Mutu has criticised Rangers' defensive tactics in the first leg of their Uefa Cup semi-final. (News of the World)
  • Rangers coach Iain Durrant admits he could be tempted to leave Ibrox to become a manager. (News of the World)
  • St Mirren will have to wait until 2009 before moving into their new stadium. (Sunday Mail)
  • Torquay United's Paul Buckle and Forest Green's Jim Harvey head Stevenage's shortlist to replace Peter Taylor, who will resign as manager on Monday. (The Non-League Paper)

AND FINALLY...

  • The Football Association's chief executive Brian Barwick watches Carry On films to cheer himself up after poor performances by England. (The Observer)
  • Portsmouth striker John Utaka relaxes away from football by reading the novels of Charles Dickens. (Mail on Sunday)

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  • Chelsea's hopes of landing Kaka increased when AC Milan admitted they were ready to sell him for £55m. (Daily Mirror)
  • Arsenal's midfielder Mathieu Flamini has agreed to join Milan and the Gunners are facing a crucial meeting over Alexander Hleb's future. (The Independent)
  • Newcastle boss Kevin Keegan has promised to deliver big-name players next season after missing out on Sol Campbell, Lassana Diarra and Luka Modric. (Daily Mirror)
  • Keegan wants to buy defender Richard Dunne from Manchester City. (The Sun)
  • Sol Campbell has refused to rule out moving from Portsmouth to Villarreal. (The Sun)
  • Everton boss David Moyes wants Cardiff's £3m-rated star Aaron Ramsey but faces a fight with Arsenal, Chelsea and even Manchester United. (Daily Mirror)
  • Tottenham manager Juande Ramos has made a shock £4m move for Uruguayan striker Bruno Fornaroli. (Daily Mirror)
  • Spurs youngster Adel Taarabt is a target of West Brom. (The Sun)
  • Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill will discuss the future of keeper Scott Carson at the end of the season. (Daily Mirror)
  • Derby boss Paul Jewell is hoping to persuade Arsenal to loan the Rams some of their young stars for next season. (Daily Mirror, Daily Express)
  • Jewell is ready to go back to his old club Wigan to sign Ryan Taylor. (Daily Mirror)
  • Keigan Parker is quitting Blackpool at the end of his contract, with Nottingham Forest leading the race to sign him. (Daily Mirror)
  • Gretna keeper Greg Fleming is in talks with Crewe and Oldham about joining on a free. (Daily Mirror)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • The FA has launched a probe into the Stamford Bridge mayhem which could see seven Manchester United stars facing charges. (Daily Star)
  • That figure could rise to eight as Owen Hargreaves also faces action after he hurled a tirade of abuse at fourth official Mike Riley in the tunnel. (The Sun)
  • Chelsea reacted furiously when it was suggested Patrice Evra was racially abused during the mass brawl. (The Sun)
  • United star Carlos Tevez said Evra received a "grave insult" from a member of Chelsea's staff. (The Guardian)
  • Manchester United were forced into a humiliating U-turn over claims that racist remarks sparked the bust-up. (Daily Mirror)
  • Chelsea will stand by their groundsman who fought with Patrice Evra and have said they have no plans to sack the individual. (The Independent)
  • Old Trafford boss Sir Alex Ferguson revealed his embarrassment at Saturday's events at Stamford Bridge by pulling out of Sunday night's PFA awards dinner and preventing Cristiano Ronaldo from attending. (The Times)
  • Ferguson will personally lead United's investigation into the incident by speaking to everyone that was involved in the fracas. (Daily Mail)
  • Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack has goaded Manchester United and Liverpool as he insisted Chelsea are the best team in Europe. (Daily Express)
  • United star Wayne Rooney has only a 30% chance of facing Barcelona on Tuesday. (The Sun)
  • But the England striker is set to play through the pain barrier to line-up in the second leg game. (Daily Telegraph)
  • Ferguson is furious at the appointment of German referee Herbert Fandel for the second leg tie, after his performance in their defeat to Roma last season. (Daily Mirror)
  • Chelsea manager Avram Grant is demanding showdown talks over his future at the club. (Daily Star)
  • Grant has no idea whether he will be at Chelsea next season - at least according to his wife Tzofit, who is a TV presenter in Israel. She said: "I've learned something important in the last year - not to make plans." (The Sun)
  • Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has spoken enthusiastically about managing at Barcelona and Real Madrid. (The Independent)
  • Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy wants about £400m for the club and assurances the future of the club would be in safe hands before selling. (Daily Mail)
  • Manchester City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson held "cordial" talks with chairman Thaksin Shinawatra following recent comments over the Swede's future at the club. (The Independent, Guardian)
  • Former England boss Glenn Hoddle could be set for a second spell as boss of Southampton if Rupert Lowe returns as chairman. (Daily Mail)
  • Kevin Blackwell will be confirmed as Sheffield United's permanent manager at a board meeting on Friday. (Daily Mail)
  • West Ham's Swedish midfielder Freddie Ljungberg faces a fight to be fit for Euro 2008 after breaking a rib. (The Sun)

AND FINALLY...

  • Theo Walcott's girlfriend Melanie Slade has slammed fellow Wags as desperate wannabes. She also says Walcott calls her "waggy" as an insult. (Daily Mirror)

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  • Liverpool could capture Brazil winger Amanatino Mancini for a cut-price £4m as he looks set buy out the last year of his contract at Roma. (Mirror)
  • Tottenham have begun talks with Valencia over £16m-rated striker David Villa, who they see as a perfe3ct replacement for Dimitar Berbatov. Spurs also want to sign Sevilla winger Diego Capel. (Daily Mail)
  • Newcastle want West Ham striker Dean Ashton, and are also interested in Everton left-back Leighton Baines and Rangers defender Carlos Cuellar. (Various)
  • Spaniard Cuellar could be landed as part of a swap deal involving £5m-rated Alan Smith. (Mirror)
  • Magpies boss Kevin Keegan is also looking at bringing in Manchester City defender Richard Dunne. (The Independent)
  • Sunderland will hand manager Roy Keane an £80m transfer kitty. (The Sun)
  • Blackburn striker Roque Santa Cruz has pledged his long-term future to the club, despite reported interest from Manchester United. (Various)
  • Bolton manager Gary Megson will bid £5m for Birmingham midfielder Fabrice Muamba if he keeps the Trotters in the Premier League. (Various)
  • Juventus want Portsmouth midfielder Sulley Muntari. (Daily Star)
  • Middlesbrough are lining up a move for Cardiff centre-back Roger Johnson and will pay £1.2m for him. (Mirror)
  • Sheffield United striker James Beattie has turned down an £8m move to Middlesbrough. (Daily Star)
  • Nottingham Forest and Leeds are locked in a battle to sign Doncaster left-back Gareth Roberts. (Mirror)

OTHER GOSSIP

  • Sven-Goran Eriksson will be sacked as Manchester City boss after only one season in charge. The Swede came away from an "unpleasant" meeting with club owner Thaksin Shinawatra on Monday feeling shell-shocked. (Various)
  • Blackburn striker Roque Santa Cruz has pledged his long-term future to the club, despite reported interest from Manchester United. (Mirror)
  • Former Italy boss Marcello Lippi believes his compatriot Fabio Capello faces a difficult time in charge of England because of the lack of home-grown players in the Premier League. (Mirror)
  • Cesc Fabregas is clinging on a to a tiny hope that Arsenal could still leapfrog Chelsea and Manchester United to claim the Premier League title. "Nothing is impossible," he said. "We have to win our last two games and the we will see. We are not the favourites but you never know." (Various)
  • However, the Spain midfielder admitted he will feel very jealous when he watches the Champions League semi-finals. Of the four teams left in the competition, he said: "I really want to be in their position right now." (Mirror)
  • Dutch legend Johan Cruyff has backed Barcelona to triumph over Manchester United on Tuesday to make it through to the Champions League final. "I am convinced it will be a great day for Barcelona," he said. (Mirror)
  • And Barca striker Thierry Henry has stoked up the rivalry by claiming Old Trafford is not as intimidating as playing at Liverpool's home ground Anfield. (The Sun)
  • However, United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed suggestions his side are feeling the pressure and snapped: "We are not cracking up. I remain confident we can come out on top." (Various)
  • Leicester will replace manager Ian Holloway with Iain Dowie at the end of the season if they are relegated from the Championship. (Various)
  • Stevenage boss Peter Taylor is set to quit in the hope of securing a position at a Football League club. (Mirror)
  • Barnsley skipper Brian Howard, who has been named in the PFA's Championship team of the year, is eager to sign a new deal with the club. (Mirror)

AND FINALLY...

  • Relegation-threatened Sheffield Wednesday have slashed admission prices for their must-win last game of the season, against Norwich on Sunday, to just £10 in an effort to get a 40,000 full-house. (Daily Star)
  • Everton's Joleon Lescott has had a bet with his Aston-Villa supporting cousin over which team will finish highest in the league. Should he lose, the defender's forfeit is to wear a Villa shirt while sitting down to Christmas dinner with the family. (Various)

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Mancini From Roma to Liverpool

Franck Ribery from Bayern to Chelsea

Florent Malouda from Chelsea to Bayern

Kaka from Milan to Chelsea

David Villa from Valencia to Tottenham

Richard Dunne from Man City to Newcastle

Cuellar from Rangers to Newcastle

Alan Smith from Newcastle to Rangers

Aiden McGeady from Celtic to Tottenham

Stephen Ireland Man City to Sunderland

Santa Cruz from Blackburn to Man Utd

Marco Borriello from Genoa to Milan

Gianpaulo Pazzini from Fiorentina to Genoa

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