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Sunday's football gossip
Transfer rumoursOther gossipAnd finally...

TRANSFER RUMOURS

Arsenal want to sign Seville midfield duo Puerto and Jesus Navas. (News of the World)

West Ham have joined in the hunt for ex-England captain David Beckham. (Sunday Mirror)

But Beckham could be on his way to LA Galaxy after the American side were given the green light to break their salary cap to sign him. (Sunday Express)

And Blackburn striker Morten Gamst Pedersen has urged Becks to join Rovers. (News of the World)

Chelsea are set to steal Monaco's teenage midfielder Serge Gakpe from under Barcelona's noses. (The People)

Chelsea will fight Liverpool to sign Blackburn defender Lucas Neill. (Daily Star)

Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill will bid for Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy in January. (People)

Liverpool are lining up a 1.6m swoop for Ipswich striker Billy Clarke. (News of the World)

Tottenham are pondering a swap deal with Liverpool which would see Jermain Defoe and Craig Bellamy switch clubs. (Sunday Mirror)

Spurs are also planning a 2m move for 6ft 8in Bayern Munich striker Stefan Maierhofer. (News of the World)

Aston Villa are ready to bid 7m for Spurs striker Robbie Keane and 4m for Newcastle midfielder James Milner. (News of the World)

Watford hope to sign Sheffield United striker Ade Akinbiyi. (News of the World)

Manchester City boss Stuart Pearce is tracking Werder Bremen striker Ivan Klasnic. (News of the World)

City are also set to offer QPR 1m for winger Lee Cook. (People)

Wigan are interested in Celtic forward Shaun Maloney - but Newcastle and Sunderland also want him. (People)

Newcastle will try to sign Everton striker James Beattie in January. (News of the World)

OTHER GOSSIP

No clubs will be named and shamed in Lord Stevens' probe into football corruption. (Sunday Mirror)

Middlesbrough defender Jonathan Woodgate is not bothered if he ends up not playing for England again. (The People)

Boro boss Gareth Southgate will sign a new five-year contract this week. (News of the World)

Milan Mandaric, who is bidding to take over Leicester, wants to install Jamie Redknapp as the Foxes' manager. (News of the World)

West Ham are to open talks about moving into the 2012 Olympic Stadium. (Observer)

Hammers boss Alan Pardew will have 15m to spend on new players in the January transfer window. (People)

Patrik Berger has played his last game for Aston Villa after a row with boss Martin O'Neill led to his loan move to Stoke. (News of the World)

AND FINALLY...

Harry Kewell's wife is fronting a new glossy women's lifestyle magazine aimed at fellow footballers' wives and other rich folk. (News of the World)

The relaunch party of Manchester United's revamped TV channel was held at bar called Blue. (News of the World)



SEE ALSO
Saturday's football gossip
25 Nov 06 |  Gossip & Transfers
Transfers - November 2006
01 Nov 06 |  Gossip & Transfers


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