Transfer Talk - News & Rumours

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    • Wen West Ham nicht alles angeblich haben will... Wobei ein Stürmer wäre schon was. Vor allem einer der oft trifft.
      Interesse an Datenbanken/Statistiken zum Fußball in den Niederlanden? Einfach fragen. ;)
    • Wen West Ham nicht alles angeblich haben will... Wobei ein Stürmer wäre schon was. Vor allem einer der oft trifft.
      Interesse an Datenbanken/Statistiken zum Fußball in den Niederlanden? Einfach fragen. ;)
    • und wir kriegen mal wieder gar nix ab... wenn wir tatsächlich tatenlos zusehen wie sich alle konkurrenten da unten verstärken setzt man den klassenerhalt fahrlässig aufs spiel. die einzigen wo's noch klappen könnte sind wright-philips und mit morison ein championship-stürmer... :look:
    • und wir kriegen mal wieder gar nix ab... wenn wir tatsächlich tatenlos zusehen wie sich alle konkurrenten da unten verstärken setzt man den klassenerhalt fahrlässig aufs spiel. die einzigen wo's noch klappen könnte sind wright-philips und mit morison ein championship-stürmer... :look:
    • Bradley vor Abflug nach Sunderland (Express.de)
      Bei Borussias Dusel-Dreier in Nürnberg schmorte Michael Bradley (Marktwert 5 Millionen €) 71 Minuten auf der Bank, Coach Frontzeck ließ lieber Roman Neustädter (Marktwert 500.000 €) ran. „Romario“ machte das goldene Tor, übernimmt somit auch im Derby gegen Leverkusen Bradleys Part.

      S04 leiht Jones nach Blackburn aus (kicker.de)
      Jermaine Jones zieht es auf die Insel. Schon seit Tagen galten die Blackburn Rovers als heißester Kandidat, am Dienstagmorgen bestätigte der Premier-League-Klub nun die Ausleihe des Mittelfeldspielers vom FC Schalke 04 auf seiner Website. Demnach wird Jones, für den S04-Coach Felix Magath keine Verwendung mehr hatte, für ein knappes halbes Jahr bis zum Sommer ausgeliehen. "Ein fantastischer Neuzugang für uns", frohlockte sein neuer Trainer bereits.
      :panthers:
    • Bradley vor Abflug nach Sunderland (Express.de)
      Bei Borussias Dusel-Dreier in Nürnberg schmorte Michael Bradley (Marktwert 5 Millionen €) 71 Minuten auf der Bank, Coach Frontzeck ließ lieber Roman Neustädter (Marktwert 500.000 €) ran. „Romario“ machte das goldene Tor, übernimmt somit auch im Derby gegen Leverkusen Bradleys Part.

      S04 leiht Jones nach Blackburn aus (kicker.de)
      Jermaine Jones zieht es auf die Insel. Schon seit Tagen galten die Blackburn Rovers als heißester Kandidat, am Dienstagmorgen bestätigte der Premier-League-Klub nun die Ausleihe des Mittelfeldspielers vom FC Schalke 04 auf seiner Website. Demnach wird Jones, für den S04-Coach Felix Magath keine Verwendung mehr hatte, für ein knappes halbes Jahr bis zum Sommer ausgeliehen. "Ein fantastischer Neuzugang für uns", frohlockte sein neuer Trainer bereits.
      :panthers:
    • Tuesday's Gossip Column - Transfers and Rumours

      Hier die Links zu den vollen Stories.

      Chelsea defender Alex could leave Stamford Bridge for AC Milan as the Londoners step up their bid to sign Benfica centre-back David Luiz.
      Full story: Metro

      Liverpool's attempt to sign striker Luis Suarez from Ajax has ended in failure, according to reports in the Netherlands.
      Full story: talkSPORT

      Valon Behrami's future at West Ham will become clearer in the next 48 hours after the Swiss international midfielder landed in Italy on Monday to undergo a medical at Fiorentina.
      Full story: Metro

      Wolfsburg manager Steve McClaren has offered £6m for Liverpool's Milan Jovanovic.
      Full story: talkSPORT

      Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the club will make an offer for Lille midfielder Eden Hazard.
      Full story: Metro

      Under-pressure Birmingham boss Alex McLeish is set to step up his pursuit of Cardiff striker Jay Bothroyd this week.
      Full story: Metro

      Arsenal's Carlos Vela is on the verge of joining Valencia after a deal was agreed in London last week, according to reports in Spain.
      Full story: talkSPORT

      Everton manager David Moyes has played down speculation linking midfielder Jack Rodwell with a move to Manchester United.
      Full story: IMscouting

      Only days after landing Steven Pienaar, Tottenham are looking to continue their raid on Everton by preparing a fresh bid for captain Phil Neville.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Real Madrid's attempts to lure former Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy back to the Bernabeu have been rejected by Hamburg.
      Full story: Daily Mail

      West Ham hope to sign controversial Blackburn striker El-Hadji Diouf before the end of the transfer window.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Inter Milan director Marco Branca has revealed that Sevilla striker and long-standing Tottenham target Luis Fabiano could join the Italian club.
      Full story: Goal.com

      Manchester City midfielder Shaun Wright-Phillips is being linked with Bolton after being seen at the Reebok Stadium for their game against his former side Chelsea on Monday night.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Birmingham's 6ft 7in Serbian striker Nicola Zigic could be heading back to former side Racing Santander after failing to impress at St Andrew's.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Rangers want to sign Portsmouth's Icelandic defender Hermann Hreidarsson as they prepare for Arsenal to make a bid for Madjid Bougherra.
      Full story: Daily Mail

      Scottish Premier League record scorer Kris Boyd could be heading back to Rangers on loan from Middlesbrough - if they cover his £25,000-a-week wages.
      Full story: Daily Express

      Blackpool are to sign former Arsenal striker Jeremie Aliadiere, who is a free agent, and Moroccan international defender Salaheddine Sbai on loan from Nimes.
      Full story: Daily Mail

      Chelsea have turned a corner after recording their first away win since October, according to boss Carlo Ancelotti.
      Full story: Sky Sports

      Blackburn goalkeeper Paul Robinson believes his club are reaping rewards from his retirement from international football.
      Full story: talkSPORT

      Sepp Blatter has been at Fifa for too long and needs to be replaced as president, according to the Asian Football Confederation president Mohamed Bin Hammam.
      Full story: the Guardian

      Tottenham's injury-plagued defender Ledley King could be out for the rest of the season with a groin injury but Jonathan Woodgate is in line for a shock return to their Champions League squad.
      Full story: the Guardian

      Rangers striker Steven Naismith has warned the club to pay up to keep Allan McGregor, Madjid Bougherra and Steven Davis at Ibrox or risk them following top scorer Kenny Miller out of the door as they come towards the end of their contracts. (Daily Record)

      New Sheffield Wednesday chairman Milan Mandaric, who had eight managers in three years at previous club Leicester, has vowed to stick with under-fire boss Alan Irvine, despite fans calling for his head (the Sun).

      Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has tipped Cesc Fabregas to be a future captain of the Spanish national team.
      Full story: Daily Telegraph

      Ipswich manager Paul Jewell has responded to the jibes from Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who claimed the Suffolk side adopted "rugby tactics" in their Carling Cup semi-final, first leg. Town hold a 1-0 advantage and Jewell quipped that the second leg should be moved to Twickenham.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Arsenal midfielder Alex Song has revealed he walked for five hours and eight miles before finding a cab when London was snowbound in December.
      Full story: the Sun

      Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn says they are being treated as "the lost tribe of East London" in the debate over the future of the Olympic Stadium, which is just two miles from their Brisbane Road home (Daily Mirror).
    • Friday's Gossip Column - Transfers and Rumours

      Hier die Links zu den vollen Stories.

      Liverpool have rejected a £40m bid from Chelsea for Spain international striker Fernando Torres. "Chelsea have made a bid for Fernando which has been turned down," a club spokesman said. "The player is not for sale."
      Full story: The Sun

      Chelsea are attempting to stage a massive transfer coup with a dramatic £60m bid for Torres.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Liverpool have rejected a "mind-boggling" offer from Chelsea for Torres, who has a £50m get-out clause in his contract.
      Full story: Daily Express

      Liverpool have told Chelsea that Torres is not for sale after rejecting a £35m offer sanctioned by the Blues owner Roman Abramovich.
      Full story: The Times (Subscription required)

      Liverpool's American owners, Fenway Sports Group, have dismissed the British transfer record bid out of hand. Full story: The Guardian

      West Ham have rejected Tottenham's offer of Robbie Keane plus £2m in return for midfielder Scott Parker, but negotiations are set to continue.
      Full story: Daily Telegraph

      Tottenham are ready to make a second bid to snatch Everton skipper Phil Neville before Monday's transfer deadline.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Spurs manager Harry Redknapp will allow defender Jonathan Woodgate to join injury-stricken Wolves on loan until the end of this season.
      Full story: The Sun

      Days after inspiring Birmingham City to a place in the Carling Cup final, striker Nikola Zigic could be about to go on loan to Racing Santander.
      Full story: talkSPORT

      Meanwhile, Birmingham are making a £2.5m bid for Aston Villa central defender Curtis Davies after ruling out offloading winger Sebastian Larsson in a player-plus cash swap deal.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Birmingham boss Alex McLeish wants the club to sanction a loan move for Rubin Kazan striker Obafemi Martins as a reward for reaching the Carling Cup final.
      Full story: the Independent

      Sunderland have turned their attention to Wigan striker Hugo Rodallega as they look to replace Darren Bent.
      Full story: Metro

      The Black Cats are on the verge of signing Stephane Sessegnon from Paris Saint-Germain and Sulley Muntari from Inter Milan.
      Full story: The Times

      Fulham are looking to buy Spurs midfielder Nico Kranjcar after a deal to buy winger Shaun Wright-Phillips from Manchester City fell through.
      Full story: Metro

      Brazilian forward Lucas Piazon has turned down a move to Chelsea in favour of Juventus.
      Full story: talkSPORT

      Blackburn are ready to launch an £8m bid for West Brom midfielder Graham Dorrans.
      Full story: Daily Mail

      Manchester United are lining up a £20m bid for Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina, as a replacement for Edwin van der Sar, who will retire at the end of the season.
      Full story: Daily Star

      United could be looking to Lyon's France international goalkeeper Hugo Lloris as a long-term successor to Van der Sar.
      Full story: Metro

      United are stepping up their efforts to sign Atletico Madrid keeper David De Gea after identifying the 20-year-old as the most promising young stopper in the game.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      De Gea, Netherlands' Maarten Stekelenburg and Germany stopper Manuel Neuer make up United's three-man shortlist.
      Full story: Daily Telegraph

      Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston has told the Premier League: "Maybe you should pick our team," after the club are fined £25,000 for fielding a weakened side.
      Full story: talkSPORT

      Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard says manager Kenny Dalglish has got the Reds winning again by putting a smile back on the players' faces.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Former Fulham boss Chris Coleman believes the return to action of striker Bobby Zamora and forward Moussa Dembele can lift the club up the Premier League table.
      Full story: talkSPORT

      Midfielder Jack Wilshere was last night told he represents "the future" of England as manager Fabio Capello revealed his new tactical masterplan is based on the Arsenal teenager.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Capello has admitted he made an error by leaving Arsenal winger Theo Walcott out of his World Cup squad.
      Full story: The Sun

      Capello is monitoring the progress of young right-backs Martin Kelly and Kyle Walker ahead of next month's friendly with Denmark.
      Full story: Daily Express
    • Saturday's Gossip Column - Transfers and Rumours

      Hier die Links zu den vollen Stories.

      Fernando Torres has told Liverpool that he wants to leave the club and the striker feels he has been "verbally intimidated".
      Full story: Daily Telegraph

      Chelsea are to make a £40m bid for Torres, having had an initial bid of about £35m rejected, and will throw in young striker Daniel Sturridge as an extra.
      Full story: The Guardian

      Alternatively, the Blues are preparing to make a British record £60m offer for the Spain international.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Times football editor Tony Evans says he believes Torres will join Chelsea before the transfer window closes on Monday.
      Full story: talkSport

      Chelsea's proposed new deal for Torres will make him the club's highest-earning player.
      Full story: the Sun

      Chelsea are also chasing Real Madrid winger Pedro Leon, 24, who joined the Spanish side from Getafe last summer for 10m euros.
      Full story: Insidefutbol.com

      Tottenham have tabled a new improved £25m bid for Newcastle's 22-year-old striker Andy Carroll.
      Full story: the Sun

      Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has urged the club's board to break the bank to hold on to Gareth Bale.
      Full story: Daily Mail

      Spurs are ready to offer £8m plus striker Robbie Keane for West Ham's 30-year-old midfielder Scott Parker.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Ajax goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg is Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson's main target as he looks to replace Edwin van der Sar.
      Full story: The Guardian

      Chelsea may make a renewed bid for Bolton defender Gary Cahill after an Arsenal overture for the player has come to nothing.
      Full story: Metro

      Blackpool have rejected an improved Liverpool bid for midfielder Charlie Adam.
      Full story: Liverpool Echo

      Adam's father, also called Charlie, claims Blackpool's decision to turn down the offer is a "revenge" attack because the Tangerines' skipper took the club to a tribunal over the bonus they owed him.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Manchester City goalkeeper Shay Given, 34, is so desperate to play first-team football that he is willing to drop down to a Championship club.
      Full story: Daily Mail

      West Ham United co-owner David Gold says it was never on the club's agenda to sack manager Avram Grant.
      Full story: The Daily Telegraph

      Arsenal's Jack Wilshere will be the lynchpin of England's next generation, national team boss Fabio Capello says.
      Full story: Daily Star
    • Monday's Gossip Column - Transfers and Rumours

      Hier die Links zu den vollen Stories.

      Chelsea are preparing to smash the British transfer record with a £50m offer for Liverpool striker Fernando Torres.
      Full story: Daily Telegraph

      Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has targeted Newcastle forward Andy Carroll as a replacement for Torres and is prepared to spend £30m to lure the 22-year-old to Anfield.
      Full story: the Sun

      The Merseysiders will only allow Torres to join Chelsea if they can secure the services of Nicolas Anelka in return.
      Full story: ESPNsoccernet

      As they prepare for life without Torres, Liverpool are ready to make an £18m swoop for Aston Villa's Ashley Young - as well as finalising the transfers of Ajax striker Luis Suarez and Blackpool midfielder Charlie Adam.
      Full story: the Guardian

      Tottenham have had a £38.5m bid for Atletico Madrid forward Sergio Aguero rejected.
      Full story: Sky Sports

      Villarreal have rebuffed Tottenham's advances for former Manchester United striker Giuseppe Rossi. The north London side have had a £30m bid rejected.
      Full story: IMScouting

      Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has also been denied in his attempts to sign Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Llorente for £33m.
      Full story: Goal.com

      Redknapp may turn his attention to £16m-rated Bayern Munich frontman Mario Gomez.
      Full story: Caught Offside

      Spurs are putting together a final-day bid to prise Everton captain Phil Neville away from Goodison Park.
      Full story: Daily Mail

      Barcelona sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta has confirmed that the Spanish champions are interested in Tottenham's left-sided player Gareth Bale. The Welsh international is also being monitored by Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
      Full story: IMScouting

      Manchester United have emerged as favourites to sign Sunderland's emerging England international Jordan Henderson.
      Full story: Daily Express

      Chelsea are preparing to upset Liverpool further by swooping for Reds target Dimitri Payet. The 23-year-old winger plays for French side St Etienne.
      Full story: Daily Mail

      Tottenham have set their sights on West Ham midfielder Scott Parker after striker Robbie Keane agreed a loan deal to Upton Park.
      Full story: Daily Mail

      Fulham are lining up Brazil-born striker Amauri, who plays for Juventus, in a move worth about £8.5m.
      Full story: IMScouting

      Birmingham hope to complete a loan deal for former Newcastle striker Obafemi Martins, who is currently playing for Russian club Rubin Kazan.
      Full story: the Sun

      Midfielder Steven Ireland, who has found himself our of favour at Aston Villa, will seal a loan move to Newcastle, with a view to completing a permanent deal in the summer.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Striker Tuncay has been offered a way out of Stoke, with Wolfsburg, managed by former England boss Steve McClaren, offering £4m for his services.
      Full story: the Sun

      Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has admitted that an injury to winger Adam Johnson may force his hand on the final day of the transfer window.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Leicester are preparing to approach Everton with a proposal to sign out-of-favour Toffees midfielder Diniyar Bilyaletdinov on loan.
      Full story: the Sun

      Foxes boss Sven Goran Eriksson is also interested in a temporary deal for Manchester City goalkeeper Shay Given. (Daily Mirror)

      Blackpool are preparing for the possibility of captain Charlie Adam heading to Liverpool by planning a bid for Sunderland midfielder Andy Reid.
      Full story: the Sun

      Chelsea will loan striker Daniel Sturridge to Bolton for the rest of the season. (Daily Mirror)

      West Brom are on the brink of agreeing a deal for Monaco's Togolese forward Serge Gakpe. (Daily Mirror)

      Chelsea are taking a "huge gamble" on Fernando Torres, says former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore.
      Full story: talkSPORT

      Former Manchester United number two Carlos Queiroz has reportedly agreed to take over as manager of Brazilian club Vasco da Gama.
      Full story: Daily Mail

      Arsenal's Samir Nasri is a doubt for the first leg of the Gunners' Champions League clash with Barcelona on 16 February after injurying his hamstring against Huddersfield in the FA Cup.
      Full story: the Sun

      In what may be his final day at Liverpool's training ground Melwood ahead of a proposed move to Chelsea, striker Fernando Torres trained alone.
      Full story: Daily Mirror

      Notts County manager Paul Ince has claimed that Manchester City counterpart Roberto Mancini rejected his invitation to share a bottle of red wine after their teams drew 1-1 in the FA Cup fourth round.
      Full story: the Sun

      Burnley defender Clarke Carlisle says he was more nervous about appearing on the BBC's Question Time programme than marking Wayne Rooney.
      Full story: Daily Mail