Transfer gossip 14/7 pt.2

  • Ronaldo says there is no chance of him leaving Real Madrid for Manchester City.
  • There is talk of Didier Drogba being used as a makeweight in a deal to bring Luka Modric to Chelsea
  • Younes Kaboul to leave Tottenham Hottspur for Marseille
  • Micheal Essien’s agent assures Chelsea fans that his client does not want to leave London.
  • Demba Ba on the shopping list for Newcastle United as they look for a striker for next season. Ba is also wanted by Sunderland and Everton.
  • Newcastle are also keeping tabs on PSG striker Mevlut Erding.
  • New West Ham boss Sam Allardyce will not stand in Thomas Hitzlsperger way if any club comes in for him.
  • Mirko Vucinic the Roma striker is willing to leave Rome according to his agent.
  • Italian striker Amauri is linked with a number of English and Italian clubs.
  • Arsenal appear to have won the race for Lille striker Gervinho
  • New Fulham coach Martin Jol is not interested in Eidur Gudjohnson but does want Robbie Keane.
  • Jerome Boateng appears to be on his way out of Manchester City after one season. Bayern Munich are said to have made a bid for the German right-back.
  • Premier league new boys Swansea will take Spurs defender Steven Caulkner on loan.
  • Jason Roberts rubbish’s reports that he will join Ipswich Town from Blackburn.
  • Surprising rumor linking Everton with a loan move for Real Madrid’s young winger Sergio Canales.
  • QPR may offer a deal to out of contract Italian defender Nicola Legrottaglie.
  • Allan Shearer has emerged as the surprise front runner for the vacant Cardiff City job.  

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