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Rumours on Thursday 13th September 2007

last updated Thursday 13th September 2007, 10:10 AM

All the latest football rumours from today's newspapers.

  • Chelsea are set to sign Portuguese wonderkid Kaby after agreeing a secret £5m deal with Boavista. (Daily Mirror)


  • Mark Schwarzer has postponed contract talks at Middlesbrough until January - when he could sign for free with another club. (Daily Star)


  • Justin Hoyte faces being frozen out at Arsenal despite wanting to stay for life. (The Sun)


  • Birmingham have pulled the plug on a deal to sign Sierra Leone forward Mohamed Kallon. (Various)


  • Norwich boss Peter Grant wants to sign Wigan reject Fitz Hall on loan. (Daily Mirror)


  • Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner may be loaned out in January after having showdown talks with manager Arsene Wenger. (Daily Mirror)


  • Ahmed Fathi has returned to Egypt just eight months after joining Sheffield United. (Daily Mirror)


  • Sheffield Wednesday want to hijack Graham Kavanagh's proposed switch to Leeds. (Daily Mirror)


  • English non-league side Dereham Town are trying to tempt Chris Sutton out of retirement. (Daily Record)


  • Former Dundee United midfielder Karim Kerkar, whose wife stopped him joining St Johnstone in the summer, is training with St Mirren. (Daily Record)
OTHER GOSSIP
  • The FA has been so impressed with Under-21 coach Stuart Pearce that he has been earmarked as a future England coach. (Daily Express)


  • QPR want Italy legend Alessandro Costacurta as their new manager. (Daily Mirror)


  • Gary Megson was last night appointed as the new manager at Leicester. (Various)


  • Billy Davies insists he will not crack despite persistent rumours he will be given the sack by Derby. (The Sun)


  • Tottenham's £16.5m striker Darren Bent has taunted Arsenal by saying they let Thierry Henry go on the cheap. (The Sun)


  • Florent Malouda admits he is struggling to settle in to life at Chelsea after his £13.5m move from Lyon. (Various)


  • Gary Neville says Louis Saha can be the king of Old Trafford if he can avoid injury. (Daily Star)


  • Neville also says Man Utd can only afford two more losses if they are to retain their Premier League title this season. (Daily Express)


  • Leicester's on loan defender Clive Clarke hopes to get the all-clear later this month to resume training after he collapsed in a game last month. (Daily Mirror)
AND FINALLY...
  • Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has agreed to sing at a charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall. (Daily Star)


  • The 11-year-old son of former England striker Gary Lineker is training with Chelsea's Academy. (Daily Mail)
























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