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Monday's gossip column - transfers and rumours

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Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez is more determined than ever to quit the club in January after being left on the bench in the 2-0 win over Everton.
Full story: Metro

Italian side Inter Milan remain keen to sign Tevez and may make their move in the January transfer window, but only if they can make room on their wage bill by selling striker Diego Milito.
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However, City boss Roberto Mancini has told Tevez he can still have a big future at the club, starting with this week's Champions League tie against Bayern Munich. Fellow striker Mario Ballotelli's suspension could give Tevez a chance to impress.
Full story: Daily Star

Tottenham will have to pay more than £15m for Athletic Bilbao midfielder Ander Herrera if they decide to follow up their summer interest with a bid in January.
Full story: Metro

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is monitoring the progress of Aston Villa midfielder Barry Bannan with a view to a possible move for the 22-year-old.
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Frank Lampard's Chelsea future is in doubt after the midfielder appeared to storm off following manager Andre Villas-Boas' decision to drop him for Saturday's clash with Swansea at Stamford Bridge.
Full story: Metro

Former Birmingham defender Stuart Parnaby claims the Blues have pulled out of a deal to re-sign him.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Dutch forward Robin van Persie has warned Arsenal he is not ready to sign a new deal.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Arsenal are in negotiations to sign Valencia midfielder Daniel Parejo in January following talks between club representatives and the player's agent last week. The 22-year-old is a graduate of Real Madrid's academy and also had a spell at Queens Park Rangers three years ago.
Full story: Daily Mail

The Gunners are also reportedly considering launching an astonishing bid to sign Tottenham playmaker Rafael Van Der Vaart.
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Wolves are set to finalise a deal to sign former Birmingham striker James McFadden on a free transfer this week, following a successful week-long trial at the club.
Full story: Daily Mirror


Norwich midfielder Bradley Johnson wants to follow in the footsteps of Peter Crouch and Kevin Phillips by cementing his place in the Premier League after playing non-league football.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Darren Fletcher says Manchester United team-mate David de Gea can take a lot of confidence from the way he dealt with Stoke's aerial bombardment at the weekend.
Full story: Daily Mail

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech admits the club are "obsessed" with the Champions League - but in a good way.
Full story: the Guardian

Former Manchester City striker Mark Hughes, who spent a season on loan at Bayern Munich as a player in 1988, says the secret to the German club's enduring success is "to keep key personnel in influential positions because that gives the club continuity". City travel to Bayern in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Full story: Daily Mail

Former Norwich winger Darren Eadie says manager Paul Lambert's tactical shrewdness could give the Canaries the edge in their battle for Premier League survival.
Full story: talkSPORT

QPR manager Neil Warnock says that while he was enduring a difficult summer at the club, it would have been a "blessing in disguise" if he had been sacked by previous owners Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone.
Full story: talkSPORT

Liverpool have been granted another extension by Liverpool City Council as they continue to explore all options on the future of Anfield. The club were set to announce by the end of this month whether they intend to take up the 999-year lease that would allow them to build a new ground on nearby Stanley Park.
Full story: Daily Mail

Ex-Chelsea and Manchester United midfielder Mickey Thomas thinks it is too early to say it is a two-horse race for the Premier League between the Manchester clubs. He believes Chelsea and Tottenham could mount a serious challenge.
Full story: talkSPORT


Coleen Rooney and Alex Curran were among the guests at a farewell party for Sheree Murphy, who is heading to Australia after her husband - former Leeds and Liverpool winger Harry Kewell - joined Melbourne Victory.
Full story: Daily Mail

Robin van Persie has revealed the secret behind Arsenal's improved performance at the weekend, letting slip that all the players recently enjoyed a midweek boogie during a team dinner.
Full story: Metro

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see also
Monday's Scottish gossip
26 Sep 11 |  Scotland
Sunday's gossip column
24 Sep 11 |  Gossip
Sunday's Scottish gossip
25 Sep 11 |  Scotland
Saturday's gossip column
23 Sep 11 |  Gossip
Saturday's Scottish gossip
24 Sep 11 |  Scotland
Transfers - September 2011
24 Sep 11 |  Football

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