Rumours on Tuesday 20 December 2005

last updated Tuesday 20th December 2005, 9:41 AM

All the latest football rumours from the today's newspapers.

 

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho's row with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was sparked because of a dispute over his Christmas card to the Frenchman. (Most papers)

Barcelona president Joan Laporta has said he will do all he can to sign Arsenal's Thierry Henry. (The Sun)

Chelsea are determined to outbid Tottenham and grab Southampton's teen sensation Theo Walcott. (The Sun)

Arsenal and Manchester United are ready to battle for Ivory Coast midfield enforcer Didier Zokora. (Various)

Portsmouth and Birmingham are both interested in signing West Brom's want-away Wales international striker Rob Earnshaw. (The Sun)

Jamie Redknapp has told friends he does not want to go into football management as he wants to pursue a career in the media as a pundit. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle are ready to sell Albert Luque - and Real Madrid and Barcelona are interested. (Daily Mirror)

Midfielder Steven Davis will sign a new four-year contract with Aston Villa on Tuesday. (Daily Express)

Multiplex, the company in charge of the new Wembley Stadium, insists it is still on track despite a probable 77% drop in profits. (The Guardian)

Premiership hopefuls Sheffield United are keen to sign Portuguese centre-back Pele from Belenenses. (Daily Mirror)

Spurs striker Mido says a half-time bust-up with Paul Robinson inspired him against Middlesbrough. (Various)

Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo has been told to "grow up" by Portugal's national coach after making a gesture to Benfica fans. (The Sun)

Frank Lampard lost out again to Ronaldinho last night as he was voted runner-up to the Brazilian superstar as the best player on the planet. (Daily Mirror)

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