Thespence Posted April 12, 2009 Share Posted April 12, 2009 NEWS OF THE WORLD Andres Iniesta is the latest superstar name on Manchester City's wanted list. Manchester United have to pay back £1.1billion of debt in the next nine years. George Gillett is to make a last-ditch attempt to oust co-owner Tom Hicks from Liverpool. Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce is ready to cash in on Portsmouth's woes with a £10million bid for Peter Crouch. Daniel Agger says he is no nearer to securing his Liverpool future. Martin O'Neill has been told to brace himself for a clear-out of his first-team squad if Aston Villa miss out on the Champions League - but could make a £4million move for Coventry left-back Danny Fox. (Fox was a one time Toon Target) Bolton intend launching a new summer bid for West Brom's James Morrison. Keiren Westwood will snub Everton as he bids to stay on as Coventry keeper. Liverpool flop Sebastian Leto could be set for a shock move to Juventus. Watford star Tamas Priskin is at the centre of a three-way battle for his signature. Middlesbrough, Fulham and Hull are all tracking the Hungarian. Hull plan a swoop for Newcastle strike star Shola Ameobi. (Phil Brown deserves Shola) Leicester want to make on-loan Liverpool defender Jack Hobbs a permanent £400,000 signing. Tottenham see Colombian Wason Renteria as a target. Portsmouth and Newcastle face a battle to sign Le Mans keeper Yohann Pele. (Come on French football fans have you herd of him) Paul Ince is set to be offered the QPR job in the summer. Fabian Delph is set to turn his back on the Premier League by staying at Leeds. West Ham midfielder Lee Bowyer is considering making his loan move to Birmingham permanent. Striker Dean Windass hopes for an emotional return to Bradford. THE PEOPLE Gianfranco Zola has signed a new four-year deal as West Ham manager. Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich will give Guus Hiddink as much time as he wants to decide on becoming the permanent manager. Liverpool star Daniel Agger is holding out for a double-your-money £70,000-a-week deal to stay at Anfield. Manchester United are lining up a £22million move for Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes. Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is preparing to offload £55million quartet David Bentley, Darren Bent, Roman Pavlyuchenko and Michael Dawson. (I wouldn't mind NUFC signing some of them :-[) Portsmouth are hoping to ease their money worries by bringing forward an £8million payment for Lassana Diarra. Paul Scharner is ready to rock Wigan by looking for a move - with Aston Villa, Bolton and Fulham on red alert. Brede Hangeland has rejected a new deal at Fulham - leaving the door open for Arsenal. Everton boss David Moyes is keeping tabs on Peterborough goalkeeper Joe Lewis. Liverpool, Chelsea, Aston Villa, Blackburn, Portsmouth, Fulham, Rangers and Celtic had scouts watching Coventry midfielder Aron Gunnarson in midweek. Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce is ready to sign Espanyol goalkeeper Carlos Kameni. Ruud van Nistelrooy has vowed to resist any future approaches from Manchester City. Sunderland chiefs expect to have a top foreign coach next season - but it won't be Sven-Goran Eriksson. Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson is set for a major dilemma as QPR prepare to offer him their manager's job. DAILY STAR SUNDAY Sunderland majority shareholder Ellis Short wants a big-name continental manager appointed in the summer - and it's almost certain Martin Jol will be a target. Manchester City have made Stephen Ireland an 'untouchable' to stop interest from neighbours United. Carlos Tevez is being touted around Europe's top clubs for £30million. Manchester United face competition for Juventus in their bid to sign Franck Ribery from Bayern Munich. Newcastle are closely monitoring Lucas Neill's contract talks at West Ham. Liverpool and Manchester City are lining up raids for Glen Johnson and Peter Crouch respectively. Manchester City have been alerted by the news that Fulham centre-back Brede Hangeland has admitted he would consider leaving. Arsenal and Chelsea are tracking Lille midfielder Eden Hazard. Aston Villa and Fulham are showing an interest in Almeria star Alvaro Negredo. Watford's Tamas Priskin is a target for Hull, Middlesbrough and Fulham. Porto striker Wason Renteria claims Tottenham want to sign him in the summer. Borussia Dortmund will send on-loan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng back to Spurs this summer. German wonder boy Lewis Holtby wants to join Everton. Reading boss Steve Coppell is planning a £1.5million swoop for Derby defender Jay McEveley. QPR will make a second attempt to persuade Spanish coach Antonio Tapia to become their new manager. SUNDAY MIRROR Guus Hiddink has lined up key Dutch recruits for Chelsea's backroom staff. Newcastle are lining up a summer swoop for Manchester United's Ben Foster. Daniel Agger has told Liverpool they must pay him the going rate if he is to sign a new contract. Dennis Wise is set for a shock return to management with Brighton. SUNDAY EXPRESS Liverpool and Manchester City are ready to make £20million bids for Portsmouth duo Glen Johnson and Peter Crouch respectively. Carlos Tevez is being touted around Europe with a £30million price tag. Ricky Sbragia's days as Sunderland manager are numbered - even if they stay up. QPR will make a second attempt to persuade Spanish coach Antonio Tapia to become their new manager. MAIL ON SUNDAY David Beckham's desire to prolong his England career was cast into fresh doubt last night when he was apparently frozen out of AC Milan's win over Chievo. Chelsea have been issued a stark warning that attempting to lure Carlo Ancelotti to Stamford Bridge would be 'very, very dangerous'. SUNDAY MAIL Bolton are lining up a summer swoop for Scotland midfielder James Morrison. Jim Jefferies has put all Kilmarnock contract talks on hold. (THE FOOTBALL WORLD IS ROCKED BY THIS) Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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