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Last Updated: Thursday, 16 August 2007, 07:00 GMT 08:00 UK
Thursday's gossip column
Transfer rumoursOther gossipAnd finally ...

TRANSFER RUMOURS

West Brom have told Tottenham they will have to shell out 10m if they want to land defender Curtis Davies. (Sun)

Kieron Dyer is set to move to West Ham after Newcastle finally accepted a 6m bid. (Mail)

Chelsea are adamant they will not pay more than 17m for Daniel Alves. Sevilla want 25m. (Times)

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is heading for Cardiff after his move to Leicester fell through. (Sun)

Newcastle midfielder Nolberto Solano is considering a move to Portsmouth. (Sun)

Blackburn are planning contract talks with Morten Gamst Pedersen - to ward off interest from Arsenal. (Sun)

Liverpool have signed 17-year-old keeper Peter Gulacsi from MTK Budapest on a one-year loan, according to reports in Hungary. (Independent)

Southampton will pay 1.2m for Burnley defender Wayne Thomas. (Star)

West Ham are still waiting to hear if Eidur Gudjohnsen will join them after Barcelona accepted their 7m bid. (Independent)

Chelsea's negotiations with Real Madrid over Arjen Robben have reached an impasse. The Blues are demanding 27m. (Times)

Cash-strapped Leeds are poised to sell Eddie Lewis and Jonathan Douglas. (Star)

Juan Sebastian Veron could join David Beckham in the MLS. He is considering an offer from DC United. (Mail)

OTHER GOSSIP

Spurs boss Martin Jol's future may be in jeopardy after he had crisis talks with chairman Daniel Levy about the losing start. (Independent)

Spurs striker Dimitar Berbatov may need surgery on a groin injury, putting him out for six weeks. (Sun)

Newcastle defender Steven Taylor will be called into the England squad for the friendly against Germany. (Star)

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard could miss the England game with a toe injury. (Sun)

England boss Steve McClaren has not decided whether to pick David Bentley - who pulled out of an Under-21 squad claiming he was tired. (Sun)

Bolton chairman Phil Gartside and his former manager Sam Allardyce have held peace talks following their war of words. (Mirror)

Aston Villa keeper Thomas Sorensen wants showdown talks with manager Martin O'Neill. He is unhappy at the arrival of Scott Carson. (Star)

Former QPR defender Rufus Brevett is part of the consortium who have taken over Swindon. (Various)

QPR will go into administration in two weeks unless a rescue package is agreed. (Star)

AND FINALLY

Teddy Sheringham's ex-girlfriend Danielle Lloyd agrees with Roy Keane that most Wags make their partners join clubs where the best shops are. "I can imagine most Wags would want their other halves to be somewhere like London," says Lloyd. "It's different for girls like me, Cheryl Cole and Victoria Beckham who make their own money."



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