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Wednesday's gossip column - transfers and rumours

TransfersOther gossipAnd finally

BREAKING GOSSIP

Breaking gossip will appear here throughout Wednesday.

1338 GMT: AC Milan striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar, who has been linked with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham, Ajax and FC Twente, says he does not mind where he goes - as long as he is guaranteed more playing time.
Full story: calciomercato.it

1244 GMT: Midfielder Yossi Benayoun is set to leave Liverpool for Spartak Moscow, according to the Russian club's sporting director Konstantin Sarsania. The clubs expect to agree a fee of £7m for the Israel international.
Full story: Daily Mail

0853 GMT: Tottenham to have talks with Eidur Gudjohnsen. The Icelandic striker, who plays for Monaco, is also the subject of a bid from West Ham. (Sky Sports)

0800 GMT: Santos midfielder Paulo Henrique Ganso has said he is not keen on joining Manchester City as part of the deal that could take Robinho back to the Brazilian club. The 20-year-old said: "I don't want to play for Manchester City. I'd prefer to play for a big club in Europe such as Milan, Real Madrid or Barcelona."
Full story: Globo Esporte

TRANSFER GOSSIP

Tottenham are set to usurp West Ham's bid for Monaco's Icelandic forward Eidur Gudjohnsen after meeting him at Stansted Airport on Monday.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Arsenal teenager Jack Wilshere's proposed loan move to Bolton is back on, despite the two clubs' managers falling out after their fiery match last week.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Tottenham midfielder Jamie O'Hara will be Avram Grant's first loan signing following the Premier League's decision to lift Portsmouth's transfer embargo, although the south-coast club will only be able to acquire players on free or loan deals.
Full story: Daily Mirror

David Bentley also looks set to leave Spurs, with West Ham interested in taking the midfielder, who scored in Tuesday's 2-0 victory over Fulham, on loan for the rest of the season.
Full story: Daily Mirror

606: DEBATE

Wolves manager Mick McCarthy is set to make a third and final offer of £3.5m for Hull winger Stephen Hunt.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce is set to renew his interest in Liverpool's out-of-favour Dutch forward Ryan Babel.
Full story: Daily Mail

Fulham plan to pip Sunderland and Celtic to sign Egypt's attacking midfielder Mohamed Gedo, who plays for Al-Ittihad Al-Sakndary.
Full story: Daily Mail

The Cottagers are also trying to resurrect a loan deal for Roma striker Stefano Okaka. Stoke manager Tony Pulis is also monitoring developments concerning the 20-year-old, whose original switch to Fulham fell through because Roma were demanding a £250,000 loan fee.
Full story: Daily Mirror

West Brom boss Roberto Di Matteo is preparing a £750,000 bid for Stoke defender Leon Cort. The Baggies will face competition from Newcastle, Middlesbrough and Ipswich for the 30-year-old.
Full story: Daily Mirror

OTHER GOSSIP

Crystal Palace defender Matt Lawrence has revealed the players found out the club is in administration via the social networking site Twitter.
Full story: Daily Mirror

AND FINALLY

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini reckons Carlos Tevez and Manchester United's Gary Neville are good friends, despite their much-publicised rift last week. Mancini also urged his players "don't look back in anger" - in reference to a song written by City-supporting band Oasis - as they prepare to take on United in Wednesday's Carling Cup semi-final second leg at Old Trafford.
Full story: Daily Mirror



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see also
Transfers - January 2010
27 Jan 10 |  Football
Tuesday's gossip column
26 Jan 10 |  Gossip
Tuesday's Scottish gossip
26 Jan 10 |  Scottish Premier
Monday's gossip column
25 Jan 10 |  Gossip
Monday's Scottish gossip
25 Jan 10 |  Scottish Premier


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