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Rumours on Saturday 23rd June 2007

last updated Saturday 23rd June 2007, 1:03 PM

All the latest football rumours from today's newspapers.

  • Arsene Wenger will attempt to recruit Carlos Tevez from West Ham or bring back Nicolas Anelka in the wake of striker Thierry Henry's expected departure from the Emirates Stadium to Barcelona. (Various)

  • Manchester City are to bid £10m to sign their former winger Shaun Wright-Phillips from Chelsea. (The Sun)

  • Striker Darren Bent is poised to complete a move to Tottenham from Charlton for £16m, a new club record fee. (Daily Mail)

  • Sunderland boss Roy Keane is holding talks to sign Preston striker David Nugent. (Daily Mirror)

  • West Ham boss Alan Curbishley wants Chelsea left-back Wayne Bridge after growing frustrated at being unable to land Nicky Shorey from Reading. (Sun)

  • Bolton's Portuguese striker Ricardo Vaz Te is a target of Derby County boss Billy Davies. (Daily Mirror)

  • Newcastle midfielder Alan O'Brien has agreed personal terms to join Scottish side Hibernian. (Daily Record)

  • Birmingham are on the verge of landing Scotland striker Garry O'Connor from Lokomotiv Moscow in a £2.65m deal. (Daily Star)

  • Celtic look set to seal the capture of AC Milan winger Massimo Donati in a £3m deal early next week. (Daily Record)

  • Wolves hope to rescue Northern Ireland striker David Healy from League One football with Leeds. (Daily Mirror)
  • Manchester City's bid to land Sven-Goran Eriksson has stalled over wages, with the former England boss demanding £2.5 over three years. (The Sun)

  • Real Madrid could be tempted to move for Arsene Wenger after the Arsenal boss allowed Thierry Henry to set up a move from the Gunners to Barcelona. (Daily Mail)

  • Sam Allardyce is prepared to give Spanish striker Albert Luque another chance at Newcastle. (Various)
  • England manager Steve McClaren has written to the official England supporters group, urging them to stop booing Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard. (The Sun)

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