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Last Updated: Tuesday, 17 July 2007, 05:42 GMT 06:42 UK
Tuesday's gossip column
Transfer rumoursOther gossipAnd finally ...

TRANSFER RUMOURS

Manchester United will defy the Premier League and push ahead with the signing of Carlos Tevez this week. (Daily Star)

Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has rocked the club by admitting he could leave Stamford Bridge. (The Sun)

The Blues have admitted they are in no rush to sign up Frank Lampard, John Terry and Arjen Robben. (Various)

Real Madrid have claimed they will sign Robben within the next 48 hours. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson is keen to land Inter Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. (Daily Mirror)

Spurs are closing in on the 12m signing of Chelsea winger Shaun Wright-Phillips. (Daily Mirror)

Bulgarian winger Martin Petrov will be Spurs' priority signing this summer. (The Independent)

Manchester United defender Gabriel Heinze was given a clause in his contract allowing him to leave for 6m. (Daily Mirror)

Andy Cole has been told he can leave Portsmouth for free - with Hull leading the chase for his signature. (Daily Mirror)

West Ham have made an audacious move to sign Bayern Munich striker Roque Santa Cruz from under the noses of Manchester City. (Daily Mirror)

Derby are in talks to sign Portsmouth defender Andy Griffin. (Daily Mail)

Marlon Harewood became Aston Villa's second summer signing after manager Martin O'Neill hijacked his move to Wigan. (Various)

Pompey boss Harry Redknapp has ordered Kanu to decide his future by Friday or face being shown the door. (Daily Star)

Robbie Fowler is ready to snub a move to Leicester after agreeing to join Cardiff. (Daily Star)

Motherwell boss Mark McGhee has stepped up his bid to sign Celtic's Adam Virgo and Leicester's Stephen Hughes. (Daily Record)

OTHER GOSSIP

Newcastle manager Sam Allardyce has claimed he has missed out on all his top targets because of the club's takeover. (Various)

Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has written off last season as a "disappointment" and told manager Jose Mourinho he wants the next three Premiership titles. (Daily Mirror)

Ryan Giggs says his place at Manchester United is under threat after their summer additions. (Various)

Bolton skipper Kevin Nolan has taken a swipe at former boss Sam Allardyce by claiming the players were behind the club's recent success. (Daily Mirror)

Southampton are in such a mess that executives have quietly sounded out former club chairman Rupert Lowe about a return. (Daily Mail)

Everton are giving their fans the chance to vote on the proposal for a move from Goodison Park to a new stadium in Kirkby. (Various)

Former Real Madrid coach Fabio Capello could be about to join David Beckham in Major League Soccer. (Various)

Rangers number two Ally McCoist is heading to Montenegro to watch FC Zeta and FBK Kaunas for a Champions League spying mission. (Daily Record)

AND FINALLY

Chelsea have been winding up David Beckham by saying they will kick lumps out of him when they play his new club LA Galaxy this weekend. (The Sun)

But Beckham is in doubt for the game as he failed to complete his first training session because of his long-running ankle injury. (Daily Mirror)

French coach Raymond Domenech has branded Julien Faubert 'unspeakably stupid' for signing for West Ham. (Various)



SEE ALSO
Monday's gossip column
16 Jul 07 |  Gossip
Transfers - July 2007
01 Jul 07 |  Gossip


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