Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Arsenal plot £10m swoop for Barca star: All the transfer news from Wednesday's ... -

The transfer window is here again! We've got the gossip and rumours from today's papers and around the web, and Darren Lewis is back with his video update in the Football Spy show.


Tottenham are reportedly sizing up a £10million punt on Celtic contract rebel Gary Hooper - who they rejected as a schoolboy.

Click here to read more Tottenham transfer news.

Manchester United's deal to sign Wilfried Zaha and instantly loan him back to Crystal Palace is facing a Football League probe.

Liverpool are preparing a second bid, worth £8million, for Inter Milan's Philippe Coutinho - but are unwilling to meet the Italian giants' £10m asking price.

Newcastle have completed the signing of Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa from Montpellier.

Newcastle are also set to complete moves for Nancy left-back Massadio Haidara and Bordeaux striker Yoan Gouffran.

Get the lowdown on all three new signings here, from our French football expert Andrew Gibney.

Manchester City are set to battle it out with title rivals Manchester United for Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic.

West Ham's Mohamed Diame has got 90 minutes against Arsenal on Wednesday night to earn himself a winter-window switch to the Gunners.

Chelsea winger Marko Marin is a loan target for CSKA Moscow.

Wesley Sneijder has completed his move from Inter Milan to Galatasaray, putting pen to paper on the contract yesterday after passing a club medical.

Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina's agent is heading for showdown talks over the Spanish star's future at the club.

Arsenal will attempt to land Barcelona ace David Villa in a £10m deal at the end of the transfer window. (The Sun)

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Manchester United and Arsenal are both eyeing a move for QPR's Brazilian keeper Julio Cesar. (The Sun)

Arsenal are considering a possible move for Manchester United target Victor Wanyama, though the Celtic midfielder is likely to cost more than £10m. (Independent)

Or, Manchester United are weighing up a sensational swoop for Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina. (Daily Star)

Liverpool's Luis Suarez is being readied for a shock move by Bayern Munich. (Daily Express)

QPR are set to lose Ryan Nelsen earlier than they had hoped after Toronto FC announced he will join them as head coach from February 1. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United are still in the running to poach Danish wonderkid Viktor Fischer from Ajax. (Daily Express)

Celtic have rejected an improved offer of £5million plus Steve Morison from Norwich for striker Gary Hooper. (Daily Mail)

Bursaspor have agreed a loan deal with QPR for defender Anton Ferdinand. (Daily Mail)

West Brom are leading Reading, Southampton and Aston Villa in the chase for Brentford midfielder Harry Forrester. (Daily Mail)

Wigan manager Roberto Martinez is investigating a loan move for former Celtic winger Aiden McGeady. The Republic of Ireland international, 26, is at Russian side Spartak Moscow. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United are keeping tabs on Lille's highly rated full back Lucas Digne. (Daily Express)

Former Chelsea and Tottenham star Gus Poyet has claimed he wants to become Arsenal's next manager. (Daily Star)

Sunderland face a battle to sign Mauro Zarate after his agent revealed the player is happy to stay and fight for his place at Lazio. (talkSPORT)

Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino is lining up ex-Barcelona midfielder Joan Verdu as his first signing. (The Sun)

Roman Abramovich is lining up Zenit St Petersburg coach Luciano Spalletti as Chelsea's next manager. (Corriere dello Sport)

Inter are planning to focus their attention on Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko in the summer transfer window. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

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