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23/07/09: Transfer Rumors

23 July 2009 00:00

'Samuel Eto'o's agent is confident that the Barcelona striker will make Inter Milan switch with Ibrahimovic going in the opposite direction.' - Marca

'Merseyside club Everton have distanced themselves from suggestions that they are in negotiations to sell the club to a Middle East consortium.' - Various

'Manchester City will offer Chelsea captain John Terry £1m a month in wages in a final bid to land the defender.' - Daily Mail

'However, Terry will snub a move to Eastlands and sign a new contract to stay at Stamford Bridge.' - The Sun

'Espanyol player Ivan de la Pena has stated that he wants to stay for two more years at Espanyol and retire while playing for the club' - Marca

'Barcelona have reached an agreement with Palmeiras to sign Keirrison da Souza Carneiro for the next five seasons, but the Brazilian striker will be transferred for the season 2010-11' - Marca

'Manchester City could be lining up an £18m swoop for Aston Villa winger Ashley Young.' - Daily Express

'AC Milan are poised to make a £10m bid for Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner.' - Daily Express

'Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez is set to battle it out with Aston Villa for the signing of Portsmouth defender Sylvain Distin.' - Daily Mirror

'But Villa are preparing to improve their offer for the 31-year-old to £3m.' - Daily Mail

'Real Madrid, who want Xabi Alonso, could include Alvaro Negredo in the transfer as Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez is interested in the striker.' - Marca

'Esteban Granero has been re-signed by Real Madrid, after the club paid Getafe on Thursday for € 4.1m' - Marca

'Real Madrid have also signed Russian goalkeeper Akinfeev of CSKA Moscow, his teammate Alan Dzagoev attacker and Feder Smolov of Dinamo Moscow' - Sport-Express

'Real Madrid and Olympique Marseille have agreed for the transfer of Argentine international defender Gabriel Heinze, but the player is still undecided to leave Bernabeu' - Marca.

'Barcelona forward Eidur Gudjohnsen is thinking over a move to West Ham.' - Daily Mirror

'West Ham winger Julien Faubert is wanted by German side Schalke 04.' - Daily Mirror

'Portsmouth have made a £2m offer for Hull defender Sam Ricketts.' - Daily Mirror

'Pompey manager Paul Hart is lining up a bid for Reading winger Stephen Hunt.' - The Sun

'Turkish side Galatasaray are interested in signing Chelsea's Portuguese midfielder Deco.' - Turkish Press

'Former Portuguese international José Paolo Andrade could join Standard Liege' - L'Equippe

'Everton are keen on Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha.' - Daily Mirror

'Hull boss Phil Brown is lining up a £7m double swoop for Cardiff City midfielder Joe Ledley and striker Ross McCormack.' - Daily Mirror

'Former Lyon player Nilmar is edging towards a return to Europe with Wolfsburg or Villarreal being the likely destinations.' - L'Equippe

'Former Atletico Madrid player Seitaridis could be Cologne bound, after the player revealed that the Bundesliga side are pursing him.' - L'Equippe

'Phil Brown will also be looking to sign Ecuadorian winger Fernando Guerrero from Independiente Della Valle.' - Daily Mirror

'Preston are in talks with midfielder Didi Hamann after he was recently released by Manchester City.' - Daily Mirror

'Sunderland manager Steve Bruce is keen on signing Bordeaux striker Marouane Chamakh and is a lining up a £10m bid.' - The Sun

'The Black Cats are also interested in Aston Villa midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker.' - Daily Telegraph

'Stoke City are poised to sign Sunderland midfielder Dean Whitehead in a £2.5m move.' - The Sun

'Serie A side Lazio have found a successor for the Hamburg bound David Rozehnal, by signing Fenerbahce's Diego Lugano.' - Corriere dello Sport

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