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Football rumours on Wednesday 8th April 2009

last updated Wednesday 08th April 2009, 8:30 AM

Football rumours from today's newspapers.

  • Fulham striker Bobby Zamora is a target for Spanish side Villarreal. (Daily Mirror)

  • Brazilian star Kaka has opened the door to a potential move to the Premier League by admitting his desire to play in England when he leaves current club AC Milan. (Daily Star)

  • Tottenham's on-loan striker Fraizer Campbell admits he is unsure if he will remain at Spurs next season or return to Manchester United. (Daily Star)

  • Sunderland have targeted Spurs striker Darren Bent but only if the Black Cats avoid relegation. (Daily Star)

  • Everton have made inquiries about Sporting Lisbon midfielder Joao Moutinho. (Daily Mirror)

  • Manchester City will offer contract rebel Daniel Sturridge a take-it-or-leave-it final £40,000 a week offer. (Daily Star)

  • Or 19-year-old striker Sturridge will be offered a contract worth £30,000 to stay at Eastlands, with Chelsea and Aston Villa keen on the youngster. (Daily Mirror)

  • Birmingham and Reading will battle it out for Stoke striker Dave Kitson. (Daily Express)

  • Derby manager Nigel Clough will offload up to 12 players at the end of the season in a massive clear-out at the club. (The Sun)

  • Dexter Blackstock, who is on-loan at Nottingham Forest, will return to QPR to see out the final year of his contract. (Daily Mirror)
  • Former Manchester City chairman John Wardle is in talks with Oldham about helping out the club financially. (Daily Mirror)

  • Football League chairman Lord Mawhinney has shelved plans for a salary cap in the Championship. (Daily Mail)

  • Blackburn have terminated the contract of Swiss international midfielder Johann Vogel. (Daily Mail)
  • Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen McLoughlin has confirmed that she is expecting the pair's first baby. She also revealed they may adopt a child. (The Sun)

  • Shy Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka has revealed his scariest moment came when he was forced to sing for his team-mates following his £15m move from Bolton. (The Sun)

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