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Last Updated: Tuesday, 26 September 2006, 08:23 GMT 09:23 UK
Tuesday's football gossip

Transfer rumoursOther gossipAnd finally...

TRANSFER RUMOURS

Sunderland are aiming to make a loan move for Southend striker Freddy Eastwood. (Daily Mirror)

Fulham midfielder Luis Boa Morte is wanted by Italian side Roma. (The Independent)

Arsenal have been warned they face a long wait to sign Southampton's Gareth Bale as the defender penned a two-year deal in July. (Various)

Former Celtic and Coventry keeper Magnus Hedman is ready to come out of retirement and join Newcastle as a back-up for Steve Harper. (Daily Mail)

Hedman has declined to move to Newcastle because he feels it is too soon and would be too complicated to move his family, although he was really flattered by the offer. (Swedish media)

Bolton have been linked with a January move for Paris St Germain midfielder Vikash Dhorasoo. (The Independent)

OTHER GOSSIP

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney will be told by the Football Association to mind his language on the pitch. (The Sun)

David Beckham's future at Real Madrid has been shrouded in more confusion, with the Spanish club debating the length of the new deal to be offered to the midfielder. (Times)

Arsenal may have denied takeover talks with potential suitors but large trades in its shares by investors has encouraged speculation about the club's future. (Times)

Liverpool could turn to third largest shareholder Steve Morgan, who has a strained relationship with chairman David Moores, to help guarantee funds for their new 180m stadium. (Daily Telegraph)

Norwich manager Nigel Worthington has two games to save his job in the wake of a statement released by the club's joint majority shareholders criticising recent displays. (Various)

Aberdeen striker Steve Lovell has been ruled out for six weeks in order to have an operation to cure a recurring groin injury.(Daily Express)

Former Everton and Ipswich boss Joe Royle is being lined up as the new manager of struggling Millwall. (Various)

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he has complete faith in 30m acquisition Andriy Shevchenko, despite the striker scoring only one goal in five games. (Various)

Former QPR, Newcastle and Tottenham striker Les Ferdinand has applied for the manager's job at Bournemouth. (Daily Star)

Arsenal winger Robin van Persie says he has to work twice as hard as other players to get what he wants in the game. (Daily Express)

Peter Schmeichel has urged Celtic boss Gordon Strachan not to use Thomas Gravesen as a holding midfielder. (Daily Record)

Stiliyan Petrov has no regrets at moving to the Premiership and not being involved for Celtic in their matches against Rangers. (Daily Record)

AND FINALLY...

Arsenal teenage striker Theo Walcott has bought a plasma television for each of the 10 rooms in his new home, including the bathroom. (Sun)

Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has a glass toilet, according to Sharon Osbourne, who went to see the Swede's house in London after he put it up for sale. (Sun)



SEE ALSO
Monday's football gossip
25 Sep 06 |  Gossip & Transfers
Transfers - September 2006
05 Sep 06 |  Gossip & Transfers


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