Sunday, 8 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

8th Sept 2013

Manchester United's owners, the Glazer family, want an explanation from executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward about what went wrong in the summer transfer market, despite signing midfielder Marouane Fellaini from Everton for £27.5m.
Manchester United remain interested in re-signing Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo. The Old Trafford club had set aside £80m to complete the deal in the summer.
Southampton striker Billy Sharp is wanted by Reading, Leeds, Ipswich, Sheffield Wednesday and Doncaster when the loan transfer window opens up this week. But the player fears he may have to stay as the Saints are refusing to subsidise his £18,000-a-week wages.
Bolton are interested in Crystal Palace's Ireland midfielder Owen Garvan, who could leave Selhurst Park after he posted a message on Twitter, which appeared to criticise Eagles manager Ian Holloway.
Arsenal are reopening £15m contract talks with manager Arsene Wenger, and hope a £40m January transfer fund will persuade the Frenchman to sign.
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand says the way some Premier League clubs treat the England national team is "a disgrace".
Manchester United want striker Wayne Rooney to sign a new contract keeping him at the club "well into his thirties", despite him being linked with a move to Chelsea in the summer. The players deal expires in June 2015.
Meanwhile, United manager David Moyes is determined to push through a revamp of his Old Trafford scouting network after being frustrated in the transfer window.
Swansea City's manager Michael Laudrup and former Brighton boss Gus Poyet are on a list drawn up by Portuguese side Benfica if they decide to sack Jorge Jesus after an unimpressive start to the season.
Newcastle fans plan to protest against owner Mike Ashley before the home game with Liverpool on 19 October. The controversial appointment of Joe Kinnear as director of football, and his failure to add to the loan signing of striker Loic Remy, have angered supporters.
The Newcastle protestors hope their march will help find a new owner for the club.

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