Wednesday, 11 December 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 Dec 2013

Monaco are set to test Manchester City's resolve to hold on to Belgian defender Vincent Kompany in January by making a £17m offer for the player's services.
City are believed to be ahead of Manchester United and Inter Milan in the race for Argentine midfielder Bruno Zuculini currently with Racing Club de Avellaneda in his home country.
Stoke are plotting a January move for Dutch striker Luuk de Jong and manager Mark Hughes has not given up hope of getting a work permit for American forward Juan Agudelo.
Barcelona will attempt to sign Chelsea defender David Luiz in January for £29m.
Arsenal face competition from Liverpool for the signature of Hamburg's highly rated Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu.
Newcastle United's striker Shola Ameobi, out of contract at the end of this season, is a January target for Hull City.
Tottenham new boy Erik Lamela could be set for an early White Hart Lane exit with Atletico Madrid interested in taking the Argentine former Roma winger on loan.
Barcelona striker Antonio Sanabria has decided to leave the Nou Camp and commit his future to Roma, even though Arsenal have made a major offer for him.
Chelsea and England defender Ashley Cole has told club and national bosses Jose Mourinho and Roy Hodgson he is not past his best.
Arsenal players have been put on a security lockdown amid major Champions League safety fears and have not been allowed to leave their hotel in the run-up to the game against Napoli.
Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuain says he is desperate to put one over on Arsenal in the Champions League.
Steven Gerrard hopes to be available for Liverpool again in around four weeks after suffering a hamstring injury that has ruled the Reds captain out of the festive fixture programme.

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