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Football rumours on Saturday 13th June 2009

last updated Saturday 13th June 2009, 10:02 AM

Football rumours from today's newspapers.

  • Manchester United are lining up a move for Barcelona's Samuel Eto’o to fill the void left by Cristiano Ronaldo’s impending departure. (The Times)

  • Man United will also try to tie up a deal for Wigan winger Antonio Valencia once they have completed the £80m transaction with Real Madrid for Ronaldo. (The Guardian)

  • Bayern Munich have slapped an incredible £90m price-tag on France winger Franck Ribery, who Sir Alex Ferguson sees as a potential replacement for Ronaldo at Old Trafford. (The Sun)

  • United could also face the prospect of losing Carlos Tevez following the exit of Ronaldo after Robinho urged the Argentine to quit Old Trafford and join him at rivals Manchester City. (The Sun)

  • Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez will step up his efforts to buy Glen Johnson this weekend. (Daily Mail)

  • New Sunderland boss Steve Bruce are planning a shock £15m raid on Tottenham for striker Robbie Keane. (Daily Mirror)

  • European Champions Barcelona have offered striker Samuel Eto'o to Liverpool in exchange for midfielder Javier Mascherano. (Daily Mirror)

  • Real Madrid are set to step up their astonishing spending spree after an £8m offer for Liverpool's Alvaro Arbeloa. (Daily Mail)

  • Liverpool have made a £6m offer for Real Madrid's Alvaro Negredo, but face stiff competition from Spanish club Valencia. (Daily Mirror)

  • Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is trying to set up deals for Toulouse midfielders Moussa Sissoko and Etienne Capoue. (Times)
  • Carlo Ancelotti wants to bring legendary AC Milan and Italy fullback Paolo Maldini to join his coaching staff at Chelsea. (Daily Star)

  • David Beckham's revelation he is interested in a move back to the Premier League has put top clubs, including Tottenham on alert. (Daily Star)
  • Fifa president Sepp Blater believes Real Madrid-bound Cristiano Ronaldo is football's "Picasso" and is worth his £80m price tag. (The Sun)

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