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Rumours on Sunday 17th February 2008

last updated Sunday 17th February 2008, 8:50 AM

All the latest football rumours from today's newspapers.

  • Juventus are set to launch a summer raid for Arsenal left-back Gael Clichy. (Sunday Mirror)

  • Liverpool are keen on £20m-rated Real Madrid midfielder Mahamadou Diarra. (News of the World)

  • Tottenham expect to sign Espanyol defender Dani Jarque in the summer. (News of the World)

  • AC Milan are interested in bringing Chelsea striker Andriy Shevchenko back to Italy. (Sunday Express)

  • Barcelona will swoop for Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso in the summer. (Sunday Express)

  • Manchester City boss Sven-Goran Eriksson is eyeing up Celtic midfielder Aiden McGeady. (News of the World)

  • Lyon striker Karim Benzema says he will snub a move to Manchester United. (News of the World)

  • Welshman Freddie Eastwood will be offered the chance to re-build his career at Crystal Palace after finding first-team chances limited at Wolves. (News of the World)

  • Seville defender Daniel Alves says he has not given up hope of a move away from the club. (News of the World)

  • Manchester United defender Wes Brown could be on his way out of Old Trafford unless he lowers his wage demands. (Mail on Sunday)
  • Alan Shearer is being lined up to front a £250m takeover bid for Newcastle. (News of the World)

  • Premier League boss Richard Scudamore's job could be on the line if he continues to push the controversial plan for a 39th game. (News of the World)
  • Barnsley's most famous fan - former cricket umpire Dickie Bird - has called Saturday's 2-1 FA Cup victory over Liverpool "the best day of his life." (Sunday Times)

  • Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul could face the wrath of fitness-mad boss Juande Ramos after being pictured tucking into a well-known brand of high-street hamburger. (News of the World )

  • Bristol City's Brazilian keeper Adriano Basso has thrown his hat in the ring to be England's number one, insisting he's lived in the country long enough to qualify. (News of the World)

Source BBC Sport

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