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Last Updated: Thursday, 14 February 2008, 08:02 GMT
Thursday's gossip column
Transfer rumoursOther gossipAnd finally ...

TRANSFER RUMOURS

Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o says he would welcome Chelsea striker Didier Drogba moving to the Spanish outfit. (Daily Star)

Portsmouth striker Kanu is weighing up a move to Australian club Gold Coast Galaxy, who have close links with David Beckham's LA Galaxy outfit. (Various)

Liverpool could sell keeper Nikolay Mihaylov - bought for 225,000 - to FC Twente as the Dutch club, who have him on loan, want to sign him for 4m.

Dwight Yorke says he is playing for his Sunderland future as his deal at the club runs out in the summer. (Various)

Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill will be handed the cash to help the club break the Premier League's top four monopoly. (Daily Star)

Under-pressure Sheffield United boss Bryan Robson will get 2m to sign Lee Martin from Manchester United. (Daily Express)

Lilian Thuram could leave Barcelona in the summer and join Arsenal in a player-coach capacity. (Daily Telegraph)

OTHER GOSSIP

Sir Rod Eddington is apparently the man who came up with the '39th game' idea and now even he thinks it will not happen. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United's Ryan Giggs says the team are prepared to win ugly to catch Arsenal and claim the Premier League title. (Various)

Leicester chairman Milan Mandaric is ready to replace manager Ian Holloway with sacked Coventry boss Iain Dowie if results do not improve. (Sun)

But it could be Billy Davies, who was sacked by Derby earlier on this season, coming in for Holloway as the new Foxes boss. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool's American owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett are set to sell the club to Dubai International Capital for 460m. (Daily Mirror)

Managerless Coventry have asked Wigan if they can speak to their assistant manager Erik Black about taking over at the Ricoh Arena.

AND FINALLY

Tottenham's players still have to lose about half of the 16-stone target set by fitness coach Marcos Alvarez, who has stopped them eating cakes, chocolate muffins and sweets. (Mirror)



SEE ALSO
Transfers - February 2008
13 Feb 08 |  Gossip
Tuesday's gossip column
12 Feb 08 |  Gossip
Monday's gossip column
11 Feb 08 |  Gossip


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