Thursday, August 12, 2010

Friday's gossip column

Newspaper gossip


Stephen Ireland is holding Manchester City to ransom by demanding a £2m 'loyalty' payment to quit the club and join Aston Villa as part of the deal which would bring England international James Milner the other way.
Full story: Daily Mirror

West Ham's Scott Parker is close to signing an improved deal at the club and ending speculation that he could move away from Upton Park.
Full story: The Guardian

But Manchester City are beating Chelsea in the race to land Benfica's £27m-rated Brazilian defender David Luiz.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Blackburn Rovers are back on the trail of Norwegian striker Erik Huseklepp after he scored twice against France on Wednesday night.
Full story: Daily Mail

Arsenal are considering a move for Lyon's Brazil international winger Michel Bastos.
Full story:


Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has admitted falling out of love with life in England and is looking forward to the day he returns to Argentina.
Full story: Daily Mail

Chelsea have been accused of "harassment" by Brazilian club Santos over their attempted signing of teenager Neymar, with Santos threatening to report the Blues to Fifa.
Full story: Daily Mirror

England goalkeeper David James's arrival at Bristol City is believed to have contributed to Steve Coppell's shock resignation as manager.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Sunderland are pressing ahead with an £8m bid for Rennes striker Asamoah Gyan as defender Anton Ferdinand heads for Palermo on a season-long loan.
Full story: Daily Mail


Theo Walcott has revealed that David Beckham helped him to get over the disappointment of being left out of Fabio Capello's World Cup squad with a stream of phone calls and emails.
Full story: Daily Mirrorl

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