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Sunday's gossip column

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TRANSFER GOSSIP

World governing body Fifa is investigating 15 top transfers involving English clubs.
Full story: Mail on Sunday

Manchester United are planning a £25m bid for Valencia's attacking midfielder David Silva.
Full story: Sunday Express

Arsenal will sign 20-year-old Wales midfielder Jack Collison from West Ham in January - and may bring Matthew Upson back to the club as well.
Full story: News of the World

The Gunners will continue what already looks like a busy January with the completion of their convoluted deal for Marouane Chamakh, who will join from Bordeaux for £1.5m.
Full story: Mail on Sunday

Martin O'Neill plans to offload Nigel Reo-Coker to Tottenham after his bust-up with the Aston Villa manager.
Full story: News of the World

Manchester City manager Mark Hughes expects to sign midfielder Yaya Toure from Barcelona once the January transfer window opens.
Full story: News of the World

Chelsea have evidence from the Football Association proving they had clearance to sign former Lens player Gael Kakuta, as the club plan their appeal against a transfer ban.
Full story: News of the World

Meanwhile, Manchester United are facing the prospect of their own transfer ban after the club's attempts to sign teenagers Paul Pogba and Alberto Massacci were referred to Fifa.
Full story: Mail on Sunday

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp will recall Jamie O'Hara from his loan deal at Portsmouth as soon as he can. "I like Jamie as a player and I didn't want him to go," said Redknapp.
Full story: News of the World

OTHER GOSSIP

Manchester City's players have already received £459,000 in win bonuses this season, with a further £9,000 each if the club beat arch-rivals Manchester United on Sunday.
Full story: News of the World

Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has lined up another mystery buyer for the club, prepared to meet his £100m asking price. Talks are said to have progressed to a more serious stage than with other recently reported bidders.
Full story: Sunday Express

That mystery bidder is Barry Moat, the Tyneside businessman previously linked with a bid for Newcastle, who has come up with the means to finance the deal.
Full story: Sunday Telegraph

Notts County have not yet provided the Football League with detailed information about their new owners, who have funded the signings of Sven-Goran Eriksson and Sol Campbell.
Full story: Mail on Sunday

Lakshmi Mittal may buy out fellow QPR investor Flavio Briatore following the latter's fall from grace over the Renault scandal in Formula 1.
Full story: Sunday Telegraph

Liverpool are hoping to earn £240m in a naming rights deal for their new stadium.
Full story: News of the World

Guus Hiddink could return to Chelsea as an executive director with sporting director Frank Arnesen set to leave.
Full story: Mail on Sunday

West Ham boss Gianfranco Zola admits Dean Ashton's long-term ankle injury has put the striker's career at risk.
Full story: Sunday Times

David Nugent, on loan at Burnley from Portsmouth, says he "made a mistake" moving south and wants to stay at Turf Moor permanently.
Full story: News of the World

AND FINALLY

Emmanuel Adebayor's row with Robin Van Persie, which boiled over during Manchester City's game against Arsenal last week, began when Adebayor walked off with his then team-mate's boots at the end of last season.
Full story: News of the World

West Ham's Calum Davenport has thanked people who donated blood for transfusions which "probably" saved his life after he was stabbed last month.
Full story: Sunday Telegraph

Pele insists he is not the world's greatest ever footballer - but says Diego Maradona isn't, either.
Full story: Mail on Sunday



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see also
Transfers - September 2009
29 Sep 09 |  Football
Saturday's gossip column
19 Sep 09 |  Gossip
Friday's gossip column
18 Sep 09 |  Gossip


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