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Last Updated: Saturday, 29 September 2007, 07:19 GMT 08:19 UK
Saturday's gossip column
Transfer rumoursOther gossipAnd finally ...

TRANSFER RUMOURS

Manchester United are set to make a 6m bid for Sporting Lisbon's Portugese international defender Miguel Veloso. (The Sun)

Sheffield United boss Bryan Robson wants to raid former club Middlesbrough for midfielder Lee Cattermole. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists he would turn down the chance to sign Brazlian ace Ronaldinho. (Daily Mail)

OTHER GOSSIP

John Terry is furious at claims he was behind former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho's departure. (Daily Mirror)

Didier Drogba insists Jose Mourinho's departure has wrecked the harmony in the Chelsea dressing room. (Various)

Arsene Wenger was set to walk out on Arsenal after former vice-chairman David Dein's exit. (Daily Express)

Russian tycoon Alisher Usmanov insists he will continue buying Arsenal shares and take over the club within a year. (Daily Mirror)

Former Aston Villa boss Brian Little is at the centre of a tug of war between Gillingham and Port Vale. (Sun)

Thierry Henry hopes he never has to play against Arsenal in the Champions League for Barcelona. (Daily Mirror)

Mark Hughes reckons Roy Keane has joined him in the race to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson as manager of Manchester United. (Daily Star)

Iain Dowie claims he would have kept Charlton in the Premier League if they hadn't sacked him. (Daily Mail)

Celtic striker Scott McDonald is hoping Mark Viduka will stay on with the Australian national side so they can forge a striking partnership. (The Sun)

Rangers defender David Weir says he is having too much fun to plan his retirement despite being 37 years-old. (Various)

Gretna owner Brooks Mileson insist all team decisions are down to coach David Irons and not director of football Mick Wadsworth. (Various)

AND FINALLY

Newcastle striker Alan Smith is a big moto-cross fan and on his Sunday's off often gets up at 6am and heads off to meetings. (Daily Telegraph)



SEE ALSO
Friday's gossip column
28 Sep 07 |  Gossip
Transfers - September 2007
05 Sep 07 |  Gossip


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