Saturday, September 4, 2010

Sunday's gossip column

Transfers Other gossip And finally


Liverpool will revive their interest in Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez in January, after the German club pulled the plug on an immediate loan switch to Anfield. (News of the World)

Manchester United are set to beat Real Madrid and AC Milan to the signature of 20-year-old Greek playmaker Sotiris Ninis, currently with Panathinaikos.
Full story: Sunday Mirror

Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho will attempt to lure Tottenham winger to the Bernabeu in January.
Full story: Sunday Mirror

Millwall have slapped a £3m price tag on their 27-year-old star striker Steve Morison. (Sunday Express)

Fulham are targeting Crystal Palace's Argentine goalkeeper Julian Speroni as a possible replacement for want-away stopper Mark Schwarzer. (Sunday Express)


Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Friedel and full-back Stephen Warnock will seek urgent talks with the club's hierarchy if they press ahead with their plans to appoint Gerard Houllier as manager - when in charge at Liverpool, Frenchman Houllier sold Friedel to Blackburn and loaned Warnock out to Coventry.
Full story: News of the World

West Ham's board are prepared to sack manager Avram Grant depending on how the bottom-of-the-table Hammers fare in their next three Premier League fixtures - against Chelsea, Stoke and Tottenham.
Full story: News of the World

West Ham midfielder Scott Parker, who was linked with a move to Tottenham during the summer, is set to agree a new five-year contract at Upton Park in the next few days. (Sunday Express)

Former West Ham defender Calum Davenport has signed for amateur United Counties League First Division side Wootton Blue Cross as he attempts to regain fitness and rebuild his career. (The Non-League Paper)

Dutch international Rafael Van der Vaart insists he was not a failure at Real Madrid and has vowed to become a major star for Tottenham in the Champions League.
Full story: talkSport

Jerome Boateng will make first start for Manchester City against Blackburn next Saturday, after the German defender finally recovered from the knee injury that has restricted him to only one friendly pre-season appearance.
Full story: talkSport

Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who was the subject of a failed bid from Barcelona this summer, has admitted he only stayed at the Emirates Stadium because he had no other choice.
Full story: Mail on Sunday

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes Argentine midfielder Javier Mascherano let himself down badly when he quit Anfield for Inter Milan.
Full story: talkSport

Paraguay international striker Roque Santa Cruz was left stranded at Manchester City last week because Lazio coach and friend of Fabio Capello, Edy Reja, suddenly 'got cold feet'.
Full story: Mail on Sunday

A furious Matthew Upson confronted England's management team over his axing from England's starting line-up for the 4-0 Euro 2012 qualifying win over Bulgaria at Wembley on Friday. (News of the World)

The Premier League is poised to approve a Royal Bank of Scotland takeover of Liverpool if co-owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett cannot find a buyer or repay their debt by 6 October. (News of the World)


Police evidence photographs of England and Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe driving while talking on a mobile phone are at the centre of a legal row after being used in a commercial campaign by Road Safety Support, a firm which provides advice to help prosecute drivers.
Full story: Mail on Sunday

Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard was attacked by a partygoer at a birthday bash for team-mate Jamie Carragher's wife.
Full story: Sunday Mirror

Manchester City midfielder Nigel de Jong says he does not regret his kung-fu style kick on Spain's Xabi Alonso in this summer's World Cup final. "I never intended to hurt him," said the Dutchman.
Full story: Sunday Mirror "

An investigation is under way into allegations that the passport details of thousands of football fans were sold on the black market by an official linked to Fifa.
Full story: Guardian

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