02/08/2010 – Monday’s Transfer Talk

2 08 2010

Manchester United could re-sign Villarreal’s Giuseppe Rossi for around £12m after the Old Trafford side inserted a buy-back clause in the striker’s contract when they sold him for £6.6million three years ago.

[picapp align=”left” wrap=”true” link=”term=mesut+ozil&iid=9304830″ src=”http://view2.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/9304830/afrcia-ozil/afrcia-ozil.jpg?size=500&imageId=9304830″ width=”234″ height=”351″ /] Real Madrid target Mesut Özil (left) is set to stay in Germany with Werder Bremen until his current contract runs out at the end of next season, when he can leave the club for free.

Manchester City refuse to loan Craig Bellamy to Tottenham Hostpur, forcing manager Harry Redknapp to join a bidding war with Mark Hughes at Fulham for the striker’s services.

Manchester City’s Vincent Kompany believes his future at the club could be in doubt, prompting interest from Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton.

Blackpool have had an offer of £1m for DJ Campbell rejected by Leicester City, leaving manager Ian Holloway to turn his attention to Nottingham Forest striker Nathan Tyson

Hull City boss Nigel Pearson wants to sign Tottenham wonderkid John Bostock on loan.

Barcelona’s Lionel Messi says he is confident that Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas will be playing alongside him next season at the Nou Camp.

Aston Villa could be priced out of a move for Celtic winger Aiden McGeady, 24, after Spartak Moscow bid £9.5m for the Republic of Ireland international – with Villa unwilling to bid more than £7.5m.

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is ready to sell England striker Peter Crouch for £7m – if he can find a quick replacement to help refresh his forward line for the new season.

Olympiakos are vying with Marseille and Fenerbache to sign Manchester City’s Paraguay striker Roque Santa Cruz, 28, with a loan deal most likely.

Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole will remain at Stamford Bridge next season, despite eyeing up an offer to join Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard remained at Anfield because of Joe Cole’s arrival, according to the former Chelsea midfielder.

Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry fears fans will vent their anger at the England players who performed poorly at the World Cup in South Africa once the Premier League season gets under way.

Chinese billionaire Kenneth Huang has made an offer to the Royal Bank of Scotland to buy Liverpool’s £237m debt and oust owners George Gillet and Tom Hicks.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has suggested the Gunners’ 18-year-old midfielder Jack Wilshere is ready for an England call-up after impressive pre-season displays.

Crystal Palace are in talks with Wolves to sign Wales striker Sam Vokes on loan.

Birmingham City boss Alex McLeish wants Carson Yeung to provide funds so he can sign players – starting with Charles N’Zogbia and Moussa Dembele.

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