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Rumours on Wednesday 29th October

last updated Wednesday 29th October 2008, 8:01 AM

Latest football rumours from today's newspapers.

  • New Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp wants Manchester United keeper Ben Foster on loan. (Daily Mirror)


  • West Bromwich Albion are lining up a bid for Manchester United's Angola striker Manucho and they are also interested in Real Mallorca striker Oscar Trejo. (Daily Mail)


  • New Portsmouth manager Tony Adams says he fears an exodus at Fratton Park after Harry Redknapp's departure. (The Times)


  • Adams has also said that any player who is unsettled following Redknapp's departure can leave Pompey. (Various)


  • Stoke City are lining up a £4m January swoop for unsettled Aston Villa striker Marlon Harewood. (Daily Mirror)


  • Emile Heskey has warned that he could make a decision on his future in the summer, by which time his contract with Wigan will be up. (The Sun)


  • Hull City have turned down a loan move from Oldham for striker Dean Windass who is also wanted by Leeds United. (Daily Mail)


  • Wigan boss Steve Bruce is interested in Saudi Arabia's £5m-rated captain Yasser Al-Qahtani. (Daily Mail)
OTHER GOSSIP
  • Fulham manager Roy Hodgson feels star midfielder Jimmy Bullard is suffering from an England hangover, after his recent international call up. (The Sun)

  • Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher says he was talked out of quitting the club by manager Sir Alex Ferguson. (Daily Mirror)
AND FINALLY
  • Juande Ramos has blamed his sacking on Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy's decision to sell strike duo Robbie Keane and Dimitar Berbatov. (Daily Express)

  • A group of 15 Sheffield United players are after £5m compensation from West Ham in light of the Carlos Tevez affair. (The Sun)

  • Middlesbrough chief executive Keith Lamb fears that foreign owners will end up destroying English football. (The Sun)

  • Former Manchester United defender Gabriel Heinze has blasted Sir Alex Ferguson's claim that Real Madrid only signed the Argentine as a way of luring his close-friend Cristiano Ronaldo to the Bernabeu. (Daily Mail)

  • Manchester City manager Mark Hughes has revealed how Manchester United's Brazilian contingent are helping his South American duo Robinho and Jo settle in the north west. (The Independent)

  • Gunners midfielder Cesc Fabregas says north London rivals Tottenham would struggle to beat Arsenal's Ladies side. (The Sun)










































































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