Thursday, 13 June 2013

Thursday Transfer News: Tottenham poised to move for Manchester City's Gareth Barry

 TODAY'S transfer news sees Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas line up a surprise £4m bid to replace Scott Parker with Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry, while Swansea boss Michael Laudrup has confirmed he is set to stay at the Liberty Stadium. Also, Celtic have rejected a £4m offer from Hull City for striker Gary Hooper.With last season a fading memory, clubs are making their moves in the summer transfer market with the next campaign in mind. Here is a roundup of all the latest news, rumours and gossip...

EXCLUSIVE: Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas is planning a surprise £4m summer move for Manchester City’s England midfielder Gareth Barry, 32, to replace 33-year-old Scott Parker
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup will stay as Swans manager – according to his agent Bayram Tutumlu, who has seen his ties severed by the Welsh club
EXCLUSIVE: Former Liverpool assistant boss Pako Ayestaran has applied for the vacant managerial job at Kilmarnock
Manchester United are said to have put in place a 'gentleman's agreement' with Portuguese side Benfica for the £17 million signing of centre-back Ezequiel Garay
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will discuss the future of Fernando Torres with the player this summer - before deciding whether to sell him to Napoli or Barcelona.
West Ham reject Carlton Cole is being lined up by West Brom as a replacement for Romelu Lukaku - who will return to Chelsea next season
EXCLUSIVE: Hull City will have to up the ante in their chase for Gary Hooper after seeing an opening £4 million bid booted out by Celtic yesterday
Nordsjaelland defender Jores Okore is set to join Aston Villa subject to a medical and personal terms
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Swansea manager Michael Laudrup will stay at the Welsh club for next season
Sheffield Wednesday and Wolves are battling to sign Swansea’s Leroy Lita
El-Hadji Ba will become Sunderland's fourth signing of the summer after he agreed a three-year contract with the club
Danish striker Nicklas Helenius will become Paul Lambert's second signing of the summer at Aston Villa with the deal is expected to be concluded in the next ten days
Joey Barton wants to return to Marseille on a permanent deal after making it clear there has been no contact with anyone at QPR
Manchester City have been encouraged to press ahead in their bid to sign AC Milan forward Stephan El Shaarawy by the Italian club's vice-president Adriano Galliani
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is looking to secure the services of central defender Douglas from FC Twente
The Magpies are also interested in bringing former Sunderland striker Darren Bent back to the North-East, with Alan Pardew readying a £6m offer for Aston Villa
Norwich want to pip Fulham to the signing of Swedish hitman Nils Ola Toivonen this summer
Club chat and other gossip
EXCLUSIVE: Wilfried Zaha, 20, was turned down by Arsenal before completing a £15 move to Manchester United in January, according to former Crystal Palace chairman Ron Noades
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Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha was turned down by Arsenal before joining Man United for £15m
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been boosted by the news that Spanish midfielder Oriol Romeu has returned to full fitness in time for pre-season
Everton manager Roberto Martinez wants “club icon” Phil Neville to take a leading coaching role at Goodison Park following his retirement as a player
Danny Rose says Stuart Pearce should keep his job despite the shocking performance of his England Under-21 side at the European Championships
Former Crystal Palace chairman Ron Noades believes the Premier League club must spend the money gained from promotion on Selhurst Park to keep their stars of the future
SFL clubs have been branded “reluctant heroes” for voting to join forces with the SPL and avoid the threat of civil war in Scottish football
Best of the rest
Lionel Messi has denied any wrongdoing after reports claiming the Spanish tax authorities are investigating allegations he and his father defrauded the state of £3.4million


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