Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Paper Talk: Harry eyes Ruud loan deal

Van Nistelrooy: Target for Tottenham
Ruud van Nistelrooy continues to be linked with Tottenham, while Wayne Rooney could be presented with a tempting offer by suitors Barcelona.

David Beckham has told Manchester City he would never play for the club, no matter how much they offer him.
Chelsea are desperately trying to get Michael Essien back to London amid growing fears the Ghana midfielder's season is over.
Gary Neville says Sir Alex Ferguson was right in refusing to sign Carlos Tevez - because the striker was not worth the money.
Younes Kaboul is now a £10million target for French club Lille - with Portsmouth desperate to sacrifice the Frenchman to raise cash.
Jermaine Beckford is planning to walk out on Leeds this summer to join Everton.
Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez is ready to sign Kenwyne Jones from Sunderland in a £12million deal.
Gianfranco Zola is in fear of being axed as West Ham manager.
Hull are ready to move veteran Kevin Kilbane on to Sheffield United in a money-saving transfer.
Fulham's loan move for Roma striker Stefano Okaka has collapsed.
Owen Coyle's bid to sign Jack Wilshere for Bolton is on hold because of Arsenal's injury problems.
Southampton have had a £200,000 bid for Southend striker Lee Barnard accepted.
Burnley have flown in Monaco striker Frederic Nimani for talks ahead of a possible loan move.
Newcastle boss Chris Hughton is preparing a £750,000 bid for Sheffield Wednesday defender Mark Beevers.
Harry Redknapp is negotiating a deal to take Ruud van Nistelrooy on a loan deal to Tottenham from Real Madrid.
Arsenal have held talks with the father and agent of Spanish whizzkid Sergio Canales over a potential move from Racing Santander.
Wolves are trailing £3million-rated Stoke striker James Beattie.
Everton are giving a trial to Norway left-back Knut Olav Rindaroy, 24.
Michael Essien will fly back to England in the next 48 hours with Chelsea fearing he could be out for up to six weeks with knee ligament damage.
Fulham are closing in on Lincoln's rising young Scottish star Graham Hutchison.
Portsmouth manager Avram Grant has put himself on a collision course with the club's owners after promising David James he will be played while he is still at Fratton Park.
The Glazer family have gone cap in hand to Manchester United's players - effectively asking them for a multi-million pound loan.
David Gold, David Sullivan and Karren Brady are celebrating after closing in on their West Ham dream.
Fernando Torres has urged Rafa Benitez to buy a top Spanish striker - as the Liverpool boss weighs up a £12million swoop for Kenwyne Jones.
Birmingham have been told they can have Celtic winger Aiden McGeady - at the right price.
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has strongly denied making a bid for Manchester United keeper Ben Foster.
Barcelona are ready to offer Wayne Rooney £8million a season - after tax - to lure him from Manchester United.
David James has been told: drop your wage demands if you are so desperate to get out of Portsmouth to save your World Cup dreams.
Hull boss Phil Brown has challenged bad boy Amr Zaki to prove his critics wrong after signing the striker on a five-month loan deal from Egyptian club El Zamalek.
Sunderland boss Steve Bruce is ready to sacrifice Kieran Richardson in a bid to land Maynor Figueroa.
David Gold and David Sullivan are expecting to complete their takeover of West Ham - and will assure Gianfranco Zola his job is safe.
Chelsea face an anxious wait to learn the extent of a knee injury to Michael Essien amid fears he could be out for the rest of the season.
Gary Neville has declared Carlos Tevez's financial demands made it impossible for him to stay at Manchester United.
The Glazer family could take out more than £600million from Manchester United's revenues over the next seven years in dividends, interest payments and fees arising from the club's bond issue.
Portsmouth's owners will discover whether they have been successful in overturning a winding-up order issued over unpaid tax by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.
The Glazer family can take almost £130million cash out of the club next year alone if enough lenders sign up for the bond they have launched to borrow £500million for United.
Manchester United captain Gary Neville has reopened the debate surrounding the loss of Carlos Tevez across the city last summer, suggesting ahead of the keenly anticipated Carling Cup semi-final first leg at Eastlands on Tuesday night that the financial demands of the Argentine's representatives were too great for him to stay.
Celtic number two Mark Venus has claimed Aiden McGeady could be sold in January - if the price is right.
Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson has slammed critics who claim he has been slow to appoint a new boss.


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