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Monday's gossip column - transfers and rumours

TransfersOther gossipAnd finally

TRANSFER GOSSIP

Real Madrid are ready to offer striker Carlos Tevez an escape from his Manchester City nightmare, with the Premier League club seeking at least £35m.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester City will allow Tevez to join Real Madrid but only in a player-plus-cash deal for Angel Di Maria, who has been interesting Chelsea.
Full story: Footy Bunker

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is set to recruit another Spanish prospect, Jose Rodriguez, after setting up a deal with his club Real Madrid.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Chelsea are leading Manchester City and Arsenal in the hunt for Real Madrid's 15-year-old striker Jose Angel Pozo.
Full story: Daily Mail

Bayern Munich want Chelsea striker Didier Drogba on a free transfer.
Full story: Caughtoffside

Tottenham are going up against Newcastle in a bid to sign Blackburn's versatile forward Junior Hoilett.
Full story: Metro

Manchester United are facing competition from AC Milan in the race for promising Santos midfielder Paulo Henrique Ganso.
Full story: Metro

Chelsea are tracking 17-year-old Chilean defender Igor Lichnovsky, who has been impressing scouts with his performances for Universidad de Chile.
Full story: Footylatest

Liverpool want even more central midfielders and are ready to sign Borussia Dortmund's Shinji Kagawa and Toulouse's Moussa Sissoko.
Full story: Footybunker

And Bologna's Uruguayan midfielder Gaston Ramirez is also a target for the Anfield club.
Full story: Inside Futbol

Chelsea are ready to enter the chase for Lazio's highly rated Romanian defender Stefan Radu.
Full story: Inside Futbol

Tottenham are plotting a move to lure Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand to White Hart Lane.
Full story: Caughtoffside

OTHER GOSSIP

Blackburn Rovers co-owner Balaji Rao is paying the expenses of three fans who made the trip to see their team in Pune, India.
Full story: Daily Mirror

St Johnstone's Derek McInnes and former Hibernian boss John Hughes are on Bristol City's five-man shortlist for a new manager but are competing with former City player Mark Robins, Sean O'Driscoll, who recently left Doncaster Rovers, and favourite Dave Jones, formerly of Cardiff City. (Daily Record)

Portsmouth boss Steve Cotterill is a surprise target for the Bristol City job.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Hearts midfielder David Obua has vowed never to play again for national manager Bobby Williamson after being dropped following a per-match row with the Scotsman ahead of the weekend draw with Kenya that ended Uganda's chances of qualifying for the African Cup of Nations finals for the first time in 34 years. (Daily Record)

Uefa claims it will put an end this week to the legal wrangling over Sion's attempt to be reinstated into the Europa League at Celtic's expense after the Swiss club were thrown out for fielding ineligible players. (Daily Record)

AND FINALLY

Manchester City outcast Carlos Tevez has been soaking up the sun on a golf course in Argentina while team-mates wave goodbye to summer temperatures in Britain.
Full story: Metro

A football fan has made a 1,800km round trip from Italy to watch Ebbsfleet United.
Full story: Metro



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see also
Monday's Scottish gossip
10 Oct 11 |  Scotland
Sunday's gossip column
08 Oct 11 |  Gossip
Sunday's Scottish gossip
09 Oct 11 |  Scotland
Saturday's gossip column
07 Oct 11 |  Gossip
Saturday's Scottish gossip
08 Oct 11 |  Scotland
Transfers - October 2011
07 Oct 11 |  Football


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