Manchester City are considering a move for
Real Madrid's 24-year-old Argentine striker
Gonzalo Higuain.

Juventus have hinted that they are losing interest in
buying Arsenal striker Robin van Persie, 28.

England international Andy Carroll only wants to
leave Liverpool if it means rejoining old club
Newcastle United.

West Ham United have offered to pay Carroll £90,000
a week over eight years in a bid to lure him away from

Tottenham Hotspur are also said to be
preparing a bid for Carroll, 23.

Spurs could also move for Inter Milan's Brazilian
goalkeeper Julio Cesar, 32, after failing to sign Hugo
Lloris from Lyon.

Sunderland's £10m bid for Wolves striker Steven
Fletcher, 25, has been rejected by the
Championship club.

Barcelona are planning an £11.7m move for 24-year-
old Arsenal midfielder Alex Song.

Real Madrid are threatening to end their
interest in Tottenham's Luka Modric and turn
their attentions to Inter Milan's Wesley Sneijder

Manchester City have told Emmanuel Adebayor they
will not give him a pay-off in order to finally seal his
move to Tottenham.

Stoke City are in talks with Aston Villa over
bringing defender Alan Hutton, 27, to the
Britannia Stadium after just 12 months at Villa

The Potters also want to sign Michael Kightly, having
bid £2m for the Wolves winger.

Liverpool will allow Craig Bellamy to rejoin
Cardiff City - where he spent time on loan two
seasons ago - on a permanent basis.

West Ham United will complete the £2.5m signing of
defender James Collins, 28, from Aston Villa today.

Meanwhile, the Hammers have ended their
interest in Real Mallorca centre-half Ivan Ramis,
who could move to Wigan.

Charlie Adam's agent has defended the
Liverpool midfielder after he was labelled a
coward by Tottenham winger Gareth Bale.

Sir Alex Ferguson is facing mounting anger from
Manchester United supporters for his public defence of
the club's owners, the Glazer family.

Former Wolves manager Mick McCarthy says he
turned down the chance to take over at
Nottingham Forest because he hopes for a
return to the Premier League.

Portsmouth are hopeful that Balram Chainrai's deal to
buy the club for a second time will go through in the
next couple of days.

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini showed
that he still has many of his old skills with a clever
back heel in training.

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