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25/07/09: Transfer Rumors

25 July 2009 14:33

'Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has spoken to Real Madrid target Xabi Alonso and has requested him to stay at Anfield.' - Marca

'And Liverpool goalkeeper Charles Itandje could be back in Greece after being in discussions with Panathinaikos, AEK and Panionios Athens' - L'Equipe.

'Bolton will sign Lee Chung-Yong, 21, from FC Seoul for £2.1m once the South Korean international has been issued a work permit.' - FC Seoul statement

'Brazilian striker Nilmar is close towards joining La Liga side Vilarreal in a five year deal' - Marca

'Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor wants former Arsenal team-mate Kolo Toure to join him at Eastlands in order to strengthen City's defence.' - The Independent

'Antonio Cassano could join Serie A Champions Inter Milan as club president Moratti wants to use the money earned with the transfer Ibrahimovic to recruit the Italian international striker.' - Tuttosport

'The irreplacable defensive stalwart of AS Roma, Juan is now being tracked by rivals Fiorentina' - Gazzetta dello Sport.

'Former Liverpool and Valencia striker Fernando Morientes is on the verge of Marseille switch with the prospect of playing Champions League football' - Marca

'Another Arsenal defender, Emmanuel Eboue, is a £9m target for Fiorentina and several Spanish clubs.' - Daily Express

'Liverpool's Spanish defender Alvaro Arbeloa, 26, is expected to join Real Madrid next week in a £4.5m move.' - The Sun

'And Liverpool are in talks with Napoli to offload Italian defender Andrea Dossena.' - Daily Mirror

'Or Dossena is heading towards a AS Roma switch' - Corriere dello Sport

'Goran Pandev of Lazio is also a potential transfer target for Napoli' - Gazzetta dello Sport.

'Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp still wants to sign Real Madrid striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, however, the Dutchman will have to drop his £90,000 a week pay demands.' - Daily Mail

'Meanwhile, manager Harry Redknapp would welcome a move for former Arsenal player Patrick Vieira to White Hart Lane' - Various

'And Spurs have made a £6m bid for Newcastle's French defender Sebastien Bassong.' - Daily Express

'Former Newcastle and Portsmouth striker, Lomana LuaLua could leave Al-Arabi for Malaga.' - SkySports

'LOSC Lille remain adamant over striker Nicolas Fauvergue's € 1.5m price tag, as TSV 1860 München aren't willing to pay the price for the player' - L'Equipe.

'Everton boss David Moyes is considering a move for Hull defender Michael Turner.' - Daily Mail

'AC Milan seem to be negotiating the transfer of David Trezeguet, who plays for Turin based giants Juventus.' - L'Equippe

'Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill has said forward Ashley Young is "not going anywhere" amid reports linking the 24-year-old with moves to Liverpool and Tottenham.' - The Sun

'However, Aston Villa defender Zat knight is set to complete a £4m move to Bolton.' - Daily Mirror

'Benfica defender Luisao is going to leave the Portuguese club for Fiorentina in a deal worth € 10m.' - L'Equippe

'Portsmouth boss Paul Hart is on the verge of completing a double signing with Espanyol defender Steve Finnan joining for free while Hajduk Split striker Nikola Kalinic, 21, could sign for £6m.' - The Sun

'Hull are interested in defender Sol Campbell but Portsmouth want £2m for the 34-year-old.' - The Sun

'And Hull boss Phil Brown wants Cardiff striker Ross McCormack, 22, for £2m.' - Daily Mirror

'Fulham will enter the race for Swedish midfielder Rasmus Elm, but the £3m-rated 21-year-old is also attracting interest from Everton.' - Daily Mirror

'Ipswich boss Roy Keane has handed trials to AC Milan teenagers Alessandro Marazzi and Alessio Maneti.' - Daily Mirror

'Meanwhile, Ipswich striker Pablo Counago is in talks with Swansea over a £300,000 move.' - Daily Star

'Doncaster have offered a trial to former Manchester United midfielder Quinton Fortune.' - Daily Star

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