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Friday's gossip - transfers and rumours

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Tottenham will get rid of David Bentley in January following a heated row between the winger and manager Harry Redknapp.
Full story: Daily Express

Redknapp has been told by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy that he will have to sell before he can make any signings in the new year.
Full story: The Guardian

Blackburn manager Sam Allardyce is preparing a new-year raid for Stoke striker James Beattie following his row with manager Tony Pulis after the defeat at Arsenal.
Full story: Daily Telegraph

Portsmouth manager Avram Grant has been ordered to offload players as the club's cash crisis mounts.
Full story: Daily Telegraph

Blackburn are poised to complete the signing of France Under-21 midfielder Amine Linganzi from St Etienne in January.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Wigan are set to allow Ghana goalkeeper Richard Kingson leave the club in the new year after failing to unseat Chris Kirkland from the number one spot.
Full story: The Sun

The entire playing staff of Crystal Palace have been put up for sale in order to solve the club's cash problems. Wigan and Sunderland are interested in midfielder Darren Ambrose, winger Victor Moses and goalkeeper Julian Speroni.
Full story: Daily Mail

Sought-after Ipswich striker Connor Wickham, 16, who has attracted the interest of Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea, is set to sign a new five-year deal at Portman Road.
Full story: Daily Mirror


West Ham striker Dean Ashton is considering whether he can sue Shaun Wright-Phillips and his then employers Chelsea for the challenge in 2006 that he will claim ended his career.
Full story: Daily Telegraph

Paul Hart, who parted company with Portsmouth last month, will take charge at Queens Park Rangers should they sack manager Jim Magilton.
Full story: The Sun

The people in charge of Notts County have days to complete negotiations over a management buy-out otherwise director of football Sven-Goran Eriksson will leave the club.
Full story: The Times

And Eriksson will need to find £500,000 of his own money if he wants to complete the buy-out.
Full story: Daily Mail

David Gold and David Sullivan will make a bid for West Ham in the next 24 hours but no money will go to the current owners. The cash will instead be used for players and debt repayments in return for a 50% stake.
Full story: The Independent

Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez has come under fire from Jurgen Klinsmann for the way he manages the club. The German, who was once lined up to take the top job at Anfield, says Liverpool lack pace, creativity, quality and consistency.
Full story: The Sun


With a name like Roque Santa Cruz, you would think finding the Christmas spirit would be easy. However, the Paraguay striker was the only player not wanting a light blue santa hat as Manchester City's stars filmed a video of them singing "Jingle Bells".
Full story: The Sun

England manager Fabio Capello says he is dreaming of a final against his home country Italy in next year's World Cup final. "The strangest moment will be during the national anthems," he said. "But, I am wearing a different shirt now and I must work for the England shirt."
Full story: Press Association

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see also
Transfers - November 2009
30 Nov 09 |  Football
Friday's Scottish gossip
11 Dec 09 |  Scottish Premier
Thursday's gossip column
10 Dec 09 |  Gossip
Thursday's Scottish gossip
10 Dec 09 |  Scottish Premier
Wednesday's Scottish gossip
09 Dec 09 |  Scottish Premier
Wednesday's gossip column
09 Dec 09 |  Gossip

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