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Rumours on Saturday 30th June 2007

last updated Saturday 30th June 2007, 9:43 AM

All the latest football rumours from today's newspapers.

  • Fulham want to make a £2.5m bid for Blackburn striker Jason Roberts. (The Sun)

  • Liverpool are planning to hijack Juventus' move for Manchester United defender Gabriel Heinze. (Various)

  • Jose Mourinho has warned that Chelsea have to sort out Frank Lampard's future before other clubs tempt him away from Stamford Bridge. (The Sun)

  • Manchester United are leading the race to sign West Ham star Carlos Tevez. (Daily Star)

  • Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has revealed he is weighing up offers from other clubs and will make a decision on his future next week. (The Sun)

  • Blackburn midfielder Robbie Savage has turned down a move to Wigan. (Various)

  • Chelsea duo Shaun Wright-Phillips and Lassana Diarra are the latest targets for Tottenham manager Martin Jol. (The Sun)

  • Although Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill believes he can launch a £10m bid for Wright-Phillips. (Daily Mirror)

  • And you can also add Spurs striker Jermain Defoe and West Ham midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker to Villa's £30m wish list. (Daily Express)

  • Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez will have to drop his £12m asking price for Craig Bellamy if he wants to successfully offload the striker. (Daily Star)

  • Blackburn and Celtic are battling it out for Netherlands striker Maceo Rigters. (Daily Mail)
  • Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has been given the club's famous number 10 shirt for the new season. (Various)

  • England fans have been offered the chance to buy tickets for a special "singing area" at the new Wembley. (The Sun)

  • Portsmouth's Bulgarian striker Svetoslav Todorov has turned down an offer of a new one-year deal. (Daily Mirror)

  • David Beckham could miss LA Galaxy's friendly against Chelsea on 21 July because of the ankle injury he suffered playing for England. (Daily Star)
  • Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez's new beard has not been greeted well by the press with the Sun asking "is this the worst beard football has ever seen?"

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