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Last Updated: Friday, 27 July 2007, 06:53 GMT 07:53 UK
Friday's gossip column
Transfer rumoursOther gossipAnd finally ...


Manchester City are closing in on the signing of Newcastle midfielder Kieron Dyer for 4.5m. (The Sun)

Sven-Goran Eriksson has also enquired about West Brom's 9m-rated centre-back Curtis Davies. (The Sun)

And he will also turn his attentions to Juventus' full-back Giorgio Chiellini, Nantes midfielder Emerse Fae and Olympiakos striker Nery Castillo. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United expect Carlos Tevez to have signed for them in time for the opening game of the season. (Daily Star)

Aston Villa are ready to rival Everton for Manchester United's England striker Alan Smith. (Daily Mail)

Man Utd have admitted defender Mikael Silvestre may leave following a 3m offer from Lyon. (Daily Mirror)

Cardiff plan to sign Middlesbrough goalkeeper Ross Turnbull, 22, on loan. (The Sun)

Bayern Munich have cleared Roque Santa Cruz to speak to Blackburn - and three other clubs - about a 4.5m move. (Daily Mirror)

Middlesbrough are preparing to revive their interest in Spurs striker Mido after he rejected Birmingham. (Daily Mail)

Wigan have made a shock 1.5m bid for Bolton defender Abdoulaye Faye. (Daily Mirror)

Portsmouth boss Harry Redknapp is ready to block Sol Campbell's hopes of a move to Villarreal. (Daily Star)

West Brom have made a renewed bid for Stoke defender Carl Hoefkens, 28, after a 750,000 bid was rejected. (The Sun)

Sheffield United will make a 4m bid for Everton striker James Beattie. (Daily Mirror)

Crystal Palace are lining up a loan deal for Benfica defender Jose Fonte. (The Sun)

Lyon have made an 8m move for Arsenal misfit Jose Reyes. (Daily Mirror)

Derby boss Billy Davies has offered Patrick Kluivert a trial at Pride Park. (Daily Mail)

Wolves, Charlton and West Brom are tracking Spurs' 1m defender Phil Ifil. (Daily Mirror)

Midfielder John Viafara is poised to quit Southampton for West Brom. (The Sun)

Bolton chairman Phil Gartside wants 13m for Nicolas Anelka, with West Ham interested. (Daily Mirror)

Slovakian Dusan Svento has been asked back for a further trial by Derby manager Billy Davies. (Independent)

Ipswich are to extend the trial of Le Harvre defender Arsene Menessou. (The Sun)

Bristol City have tabled a fourth and final bid of 1.2m for mercurial Swansea striker Lee Trundle. (Daily Mirror)

Barnsley have offered a trial to Brazilian defender Dennis Souza. (Daily Star)


Spurs' Ledley King is a doubt for England's next two Euro 2008 qualifiers after being ruled out for the first month of the season with knee surgery. (The Sun)

Brazilian midfielder Lucas claims he turned down moves to Manchester United and Everton before joining Liverpool from Gremio. (Daily Mail)

Gilberto Silva will miss the start of Arsenal's season after being given an extended break following the Copa America. (The Sun)

West Ham's 7m midfielder Scott Parker is struggling to be fit for the start of the season with a knee injury. (Daily Star)

Midfielder Sean Davis' hopes of leaving Portsmouth have been hit by a knee injury. (Daily Mirror)

Europe's big guns have snubbed Uefa president Michel Platini's plans to alter Champions League qualification. (The Sun)

Derby boss Billy Davies is fuming after learning he faces an FA disciplinary hearing which could see him banned from the touchline for the start of the Rams' campaign. (Daily Mirror)

Sheffield United plc chief Kevin McCabe has bid to buy Hungarian club Ferencvaros, which is 5m in debt but owns valuable land. (Daily Star)

Desperate Kilmarnock striker Steven Naismith has slammed in a transfer request as he continues to try to leave the club. (Daily Record)

Hearts are on course to play in front of their biggest-ever home crowd when they host Barcelona at Murrayfield on Saturday, with 51,000 tickets already sold. (Daily Record)

Falkirk trialist Roel Buikema has rejected a permanent deal at the club. (Daily Record)


Sir Alex Ferguson has told new signing Nani to stop his acrobatic back-flip goal celebration. (Various)

Jonathan Woodgate has been voted in Spain as the worst signing of the 21st century. (The Sun)

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