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Football Rumours on Wednesday 13th January 2010

last updated Wednesday 13th January 2010, 11:02 AM

Football rumours from today's newspapers

  • Liverpool have beaten off their rivals by securing the signature of striker Marouane Chamakh for £25m. Arsenal, Inter Milan and Juventus were all after the Bordeaux man who is out of contract at the end of the season. (The Mirror)

  • Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is keeping a close eye on Stamford Bridge following reports that Joe Cole's contract negotiations at Chelsea were stumbling. The England midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season. (Daily Star)

  • Chelsea may be about to lose out to AC Milan in signing Wolfsburg forward Edin Dzeko, but the London club are about to turn their attentions to Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini. Fellaini's father says: "Marouane belongs at a really top club and will only get better." (Daily Mail)

  • Tottenham forward Roman Pavlyuchenko looks set to end his White Hart Lane nightmare by joining Zenit St Petersburg who have tabled a £10.2m bid for the Russia striker. (The Mirror)

  • Tottenham have agreed personal terms with Internacional's 20-year-old midfielder Sandro and are set to complete a £6m deal for the Brazilian. (The Guardian)

  • Aston Villa frontman Marlon Harewood is being lined up for a move to Leeds United with boss Simon Grayson looking for a short-term replacement for Jermaine Beckford who looks set to depart Elland Road. (The Sun)

  • Spurs are set to make a shock move to bring former Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini, who is currently at AC Milan, back to north London. (The Mirror)

  • Arsenal look to have beaten Everton to the signing of Real America's Bolivian attacking midfielder Samuel Galindo. (The Mirror)

  • Portsmouth have rejected Sunderland's bid of £5m plus Anton Ferdinand for French defender Younes Kaboul. (Daily Mail)

  • Galatasaray have tabled an £800,000 offer for defender Lucas Neill who joined Everton on a free transfer less than four months ago. (The Times)

  • Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has received assurances that he will be able to reinvest some or all of the money raised by the potential sale of forward Ryan Babel. (The Times)

  • Newcastle United want to sign Bolton defender Danny Shittu - after missing out on Sheffield United's Matthew Kilgallon. (The Mirror)

  • Middlesbrough manager Gordon Strachan is keen on QPR winger Wayne Routledge. (Daily Mail)

  • Routledge's arrival could signal the departure of Middlesbrough winger Adam Johnson to Sunderland. (Daily Mail)
  • England manager Fabio Capello is set to give a full international debut to Joe Hart in the friendly against Egypt at Wembley on 3 March. (The Times)

  • England's 2018 World Cup bid team will tread cautiously when they set off on a mission to Angola to lobby African football officials after tensions were raised by the instant reaction of figures in the English game to the terrorist attack on the Togo team that left three dead. (The Times)

  • Liverpool are set to ditch Anfield's heritage and sell naming rights for the new stadium in Stanley Park. (Daily Mail)

  • Former Birmingham City owners David Sullivan and David Gold are closing in on a £50m takeover of West Ham. (The Mirror)

  • Under-fire Blackburn manager Sam Allardyce has two games to save his job with growing unrest from the fans and the club's board. (The Mirror)
  • Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown has backed his Gunners team-mate Sol Campbell to win an England recall. Campbell is set to return to Arsenal on a season-long deal. (Daily Mail)

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