Friday, 17 May 2013

All the latest Premier League gossip and transfer news

All the lastest news and gossip, you can use the links to go to the news paper or media which published the story, this will be a daily round up of what the papers have been saying latest Premier League gossip and transfer news

17th May 2013

Arsenal are plotting a summer move for unsettled Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney who has asked to leave the Premier League champions.
Tottenham are confident winger Gareth Bale will commit his future to the club next month by signing a new deal that will pay him £170,000 a week.
Outgoing interim Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez says Jose Mourinho will have £100m to spend this summer when he returns to Stamford Bridge.
Both Tottenham and Chelsea have made approaches for Southamptons defender Luke Shaw. The left-back has emerged as one of the Premier League's brightest talents.
Spurs are close to completing a deal for Barcelona striker David Villa.
West Ham have asked Chelsea if they can take £20m-rated Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku on loan again next season.
Manchester United face competition from Bayer Leverkusen as they target a move for £25 rated Benfica midfielder Nicolas Gaian : Daily Express
Manchester City have moved for Spain and Seville winger Jesus Navas as they rebuild ahead of next season.
Stoke are monitoring Granda left-back Guilherme Siqueira as Tony Pulis looks to bolster his defence.
Arsenal, Tottenham and Fulham are tracking Watford striker Matej Vydra who has yet to decide whether to return to parent club Udinese, stay at Watford or move elsewhere.
West Brom boss Steve Clarke is offering Wigan striker Franco Di Santo a chance to stay in the Premier League.
Christian Benteke's agent has hinted the Belgian striker expects a bumper pay day for saving Aston Villa from relegation, or he will look to move elsewhere.
Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon is a transfer target for Inter Milan.
Newly-promoted Hull City want West Bromwich Albion forward Peter Odemwingie to spearhead their Premier League attack: Daily Telegraph

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