Norwich are telling clubs their 30-year-old striker Grant Holt is not for sale at any price. Full story: the Sun
David Beckham's LA Galaxy are talking to Championship side Leeds United over a move for defender Alex Bruce - son of Beckham's former Manchester United team-mate Steve.Full story: Daily Mail
Defender Danny Collins's exit from Stoke may not be signed and sealed after all, with manager Tony Pulis stating that the 31-year-old could remain in his plans. Full story: Stoke Sentinel
Manchester City are believed to be locked in a transfer tussle with Serie A giants Juventus for 16-year-old Willem II striker Jeroen Lumu, who became the club's youngest-ever scorer earlier this season. Full story: Inside Futbol
Anton Ferdinand has told friends he will not shake hands with John Terry ahead of QPR's FA Cup tie against Chelsea on Saturday. Full story: Daily Mirror
West Ham are reconsidering their plans to move to the Olympic Stadium after London 2012 - and will not submit a formal bid until they get greater clarity from the Olympic Park Legacy Company about what is being asked of potential bidders. Full story: The Times [subscription required]
Spanish giants Real Madrid have targeted under-fire Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to replace Jose Mourinho, who may leave the Bernabeu in the summer. Full story: Daily Mail
England manager Fabio Capello is set to play his Euro 2012 wild-card - by taking Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 18, to Poland and Ukraine in the summer. Full story: The Guardian
Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish has confirmed that "something like 10" of the club's players have been contacted about their possible participation at this summer's Olympic Games. Full story: ESPN
Wolves manager Mick McCarthy says he will continue to get the support he needs from the club's chief executive Steve Morgan to bring in new signings - if the right men become available. Full story: Birmingham Mail
Despite going out of the Carling Cup at the hands of Cardiff on Tuesday night, Crystal Palace manager Dougie Freedman looks set to be offered a new deal at Selhurst Park. Full story: London Evening Standard
Outgoing German Football Association president Theo Zwanziger has reportedly said it is time for gay footballers to come out. The 66-year-old has called on gay players "to have the courage to declare themselves," although he conceded it was certainly difficult to acknowledge one's homosexuality within a team. Full story: Washington Post
Aleksandr Geynrikh was dealt a double dose of embarrassment during Uzbekistan Under-23's friendly loss against Zenit St Petersburg - firstly by bungling a penalty routine, then firing his second attempt over the bar. Full story: Metro
Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler admits he still owns the infamous white suit worn by Reds players before the 1996 FA Cup final. The Anfield club are aiming to seal their first trip to Wembley since that day when they face Manchester City in the Carling Cup semi-final second leg on Tuesday night.
Full story: The Sun
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