Wednesday, 9 October 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 Oct 2013

West Ham will offer Ravel Morrison a new contract in January following his superb start to the season. The midfielder has a £19m release clause which the Hammers want to remove to ward off interest.
Manchester United are favourites to sign Brazilian striker Bruno Gomes from Desportivo Brasil, despite interest from Real Madrid, Udinese and Sao Paulo.
Derby County boss Steve McClaren has accepted he will struggle to keep Will Hughes past the January transfer window with Liverpool and Manchester United vying to sign the winger.
Tottenham are lining up a move to sign Italy playmaker Andrea Pirlo from Juventus.
Cameroon midfielder Alex Song would consider a move back to his old club Arsenal, having struggled to cement a place in the Barcelona first team.
Arsenal's South Korea striker Park Chu-Young is set to join Championship side Wigan Athletic on loan for the rest of the season. Park has not started a Premier League game for the Gunners since joining them from French side Monaco in August 2011.
Schalke remain confident they can keep midfielder Julian Draxler, despite interest from Arsenal and Chelsea.
Manchester United's Brazilian right-back Rafael says he wants to stay with the Premier League champions, despite being linked with a return to Brazil and a move to Corinthians.
Fulham boss Martin Jol is ready to battle Arsenal and Liverpool for highly rated defender Alexander Milosevic who plays for AIK in Sweden.
Manchester United will try to sign attacking midfielder Sergi Roberto from Barcelona in January. Roberto, who has represented Spain at under-21 level, is also wanted by Tottenham.
Manchester City defender Micah Richards will not plead with England manager Roy Hodgson to pick him for the national team.
Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj will not be rushed into a decision over his international future - but he is unlikely to select England. Januzaj has already rejected a chance to play for Belgium.
Southampton midfielder Adam Lallana says he remains confident of playing for England and has been inspired by Saints striker Rickie Lambert gaining international recognition.
Manchester City midfielder James Milner says England's players cannot bear the thought of watching the World Cup finals in Brazil on television should they fail to qualify.

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