Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Latest Paper football Transfer Talk


  • Striker Luis Suarez refuses to apologise to Liverpool and sees no way back for him at the Merseyside club.
  • Barcelona will make a final offer for Chelsea defender David Luiz, 26, this week, amid reports he wants reassurances about his future from Blues boss Jose Mourinho.
  • David Moyes won his first Manchester United trophy - then hit out at claims that absent Wayne Rooney was actually fit to play.
  • Wolves striker Kevin Doyle is heading for a £3m move to Hull City - if he agrees to a 50 per cent wage cut.
  • Meanwhile, League One side Wolves are ready to snap up Australian frontman Patrick Anteimi, 19, after he failed to agree terms at Blackburn.
  • West Brom are close to signing Udinese striker Matej Vydra on loan after missing out on Lille's former Chelsea frontman Salomon Kalou.
  • QPR have had a bid of around £1m accepted for striker Duvan Zapata, 22, according to his Argentine club Estudiantes.
  • Sheffield Wednesday have joined the hunt to sign Southampton striker Billy Sharp - a lifelong Sheffield United fan.

  • Manchester United boss David Moyes insists he has not had a bust-up with Wayne Rooney and claims the unsettled striker is staying at the club.
  • Liverpool winger Stewart Downing, 29, is set to join West Ham today in a £6m deal.
  • Meanwhile, the Hammers are giving a trial to 22-year-old Central Coast Mariners striker Mitchell Duke.
  • West Brom are stepping up their bid to sign winger Scott Sinclair from Manchester City.
  • Blackpool want to take 30-year-old right-back Tyrone Mears on loan from Championship neighbours Bolton.
  • Charlton are to step up their interest in Tottenham striker Jon Obika, 22, who impressed during a loan spell at The Valley last season.

  • Jose Mourinho is looking at making a shock move for Samuel Eto'o - if Chelsea fail in their bid to land Wayne Rooney.
  • David Moyes admitted he cannot afford to become over-reliant on Robin van Persie whose double strike won Manchester United the Community Shield.

  • David Moyes' first trophy as Manchester United manager was overshadowed by an angry outburst over his handling of Wayne Rooney.
  • Liverpool defender Daniel Agger, 28, would be interested in a move to Barcelona, according to his representatives.
  • Meanwhile, the Reds are tracking Paris Saint-Germain defender Mamadou Sakho, 23, and hope to sign Granada left-back Guilherme Siqueira for £5m.
  • Aston Villa are tracking Sochaux's Algerian winger Ryad Boudebouz and watched him in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Evian.
  • Swansea want Middlesbrough striker Marvin Emnes, 25, with Leroy Lita wanted by Sheffield Wednesday.
  • Hull City want to take Tottenham's Jake Livermore on loan and sign Tom Huddlestone on a permanent deal.
  • Sunderland will sign 24-year-old Trabzonspor right-back Ondrej Celustka on a season-long loan today.

  • Sheffield Wednesday want to take Southampton striker Billy Sharp, 27, on a six-month loan deal with view to a permanent switch.

  • Arsenal are set to complete the £14m signing of Bayern Munich's Brazil midfielder Luiz Gustavo and are set to bid £50m for Liverpool's Luis Suarez.
  • Manchester United defender Rafael da Silva is set to miss the opening month of the season with a hamstring injury.
  • Liverpool winger Stewart Downing is set to leave Anfield with West Ham and Newcastle both tracking him.

  • Daniel Agger's agent Per Steffensen has confirmed that Barcelona have made a 17m Euros bid for the Liverpool defender.
  • Tottenham have been told that Roma's Argentina forward Erik Lamela will cost them £30m.
  • LA Galaxy have joined Chelsea and Inter Milan in showing an interest in Anzhi Makhachkala striker Samuel Eto'o who is valued at £13m.
  • Sunderland have entered the race to sign Juventus striker Fabio Quagliarella and have also enquired about taking Alessandro Matri on loan.

  • Manchester United may offer competition to Real Madrid in the pursuit of Gareth Bale this week, with Tottenham Hotspur seemingly more receptive to the English champions, having become deeply frustrated by negotiations with the Spanish side.

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