Wednesday, 11 September 2013

All the latest Premier League gossip and transfer news

All the latest 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

11th Sept 2013

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech is being lined up as a successor to Victor Valdes at Barcelona.
Romania striker Ciprian Marica's agent says the is close to joining Arsenal. Marica is a free agent after leaving Schalke. Shakhtar Dontesk, Lazio and Inter Milan have all been interested.Full story: Daily Mirror
Manchester United are tracking Sheffield United defender Harry Maguire. The player is valued at about £4m.
Middlesbrough are keen to take Norwich striker Luciano Becchio and defender Daniel Ayala on loan after missing out on both targets during the transfer window.
Aston Villa will listen to loan offers for Shay Given from Championship clubs but they have no intention of allowing the former Republic of Ireland goalkeeper, whose salary is £3m a year, to leave on the cheap.
Real Madrid have asked club ambassador Zinedine Zidane to placate out-of-favour goalkeeper Iker Casillas and prevent him leaving the club. Manchester City and Arsenal are both interested in the player.
Barcelona forward Cristian Tello has revealed he rejected advances from Liverpool this summer, instead opting to fight for his place at the Nou Camp.
Oldham's defender James Tarkowski is attracting interest from Stoke and Newcastle.
Wayne Rooney is targeting a comeback for Manchester United in the Manchester derby on 22 September. The striker is currently out of action after suffering a gash to his forehead during a training ground clash with team-mate Phil Jones.
Liverpool owner John W Henry insists finance will not be an issue once the club receive the green light for their planned £150m redevelopment of Anfield and squad strengthening will not be compromised by the project.Full story: Liverpool Daily Post
Manchester United playmaker Shinji Kagawa, who has played just seven minutes for the Premier League champions this season, has voiced his frustration at his lack of playing time. "Please ask David Moyes why I am not in the side," the player asked reporters in Yokohama.

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