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Last Updated: Wednesday, 21 February 2007, 07:17 GMT
Wednesday's gossip column
Transfer rumoursOther gossipAnd finally...

TRANSFER RUMOURS

Manchester United striker Alan Smith still has a future at the club, according to manager Sir Alex Ferguson. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler will be offered a shock move to America by old team-mate and New England Revolution boss Steve Nicol. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez has targeted David Trezeguet, Vincenzo Iaquinta, Valeri Bojinov and Amauri. (The Independent)

Inverness Caledonian Thistle have targeted Hamilton striker Richard Offiong to bolster their front-line. (Daily Express)

Aberdeen midfielder Gary Dempsey mulls over an offer from English League One side Yeovil Town. (The Herald)

OTHER GOSSIP

Bolton Wanderers will reduce the prices of their season tickets for next season. (The Guardian)

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has taunted Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger by telling him he has not won the Champions League. (The Sun)

West Ham boss Alan Curbishley has got "100% backing" from owner Eggert Magnusson. (The Sun)

NBA star Steve Nash, a Canadian who plays for Phoenix, is interested in becoming a major investor in Spurs. (The Sun)

QPR goalkeeping coach Tony Roberts has been suspended by manager John Gregory. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry secured a 500,000 bonus before recommending a takeover for the club. (The Daily Telegraph)

The United States are looking to use David Beckham's image in order to promote their bid for the 2018 World Cup. (The Times)

Inverness boss Charlie Christie has called on the SPL to revamp top-flight football in Scotland. (Daily Record)

Celtic striker Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink has challenged the club to break their away day hoodoo in the Champions League by beating AC Milan. (Daily Mail)

AND FINALLY...

Wigan boss Paul Jewell said he was sent a 25 donation to help fund his feud with referee Phil Dowd by another official. (The Sun)

Former Arsenal star Robert Pires has bought a flat at old ground Highbury. (Express)



SEE ALSO
Sunday's gossip column
18 Feb 07 |  Gossip
Transfers - February 2007
02 Feb 07 |  Gossip


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