#TransferTalk: Round up of today’s evening transfer gossips

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  • QPR boss Harry Redknapp has warned Italian giants Napoli to forget about trying to sign goalkeeper Julio Cesar on loan and urged them to make a proper bid for the Brazil international.
  • Feyenoord manager Ronald Koeman has confirmed his interest in Arsenal winger Ryo Miyaichi, who may be deemed surplus to requirements at The Emirates.
  • If Manchester United’s bid for Barcelona star Cesc Fabregas is successful it could pave the way for Arsenal to swoop for Wayne Rooney, and begin a transfer merry-go-round.
  • Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini wants a lean Manchester City squad, trimming it to 22 or 23 players, but he must have two quality players in each position.

    Fabregas on his way to United?
    Fabregas on his way to United?
  • Everton boss Roberto Martinez is keen to develop the clubs youth players after five of the Toffees’ youngsters were part of England’s Under-20 World Cup campaign, and plans to give them a chance in the first-team.
  • Bayern Munich are planning a cash plus Xherdan Shaqiri offer for want-away striker Luis Suarez, but managing director Ian Ayre believes it is upto the club to persuade the Uruguayan to stay at Anfield.
  • Hull have lodged a bid to sign Danny Graham on a season-long loan deal as boss Steve Bruce looks to bolster his attacking options.
  • Shola Ameobi has given a further indication he is ready to quit Newcastle United this summer – by revealing a clause which was preventing him from playing international football with Nigeria is “no longer in effect.”
  • Newcastle United defender Davide Santon has told his team-mates to class their pre-season match at Motherwell as a clean slate as they look to forget their 2012/13 end-of-season woes.
  • Sunderland’s new summer signings have all been included in the Black Cats squad for next week’s Barclay’s Asia Trophy tournament, in Hong Kong.
  • Middlesbrough boss Tony Mowbray believes midfielder Grant Leadbitter will remain at the club, and that offers for him are a “good sign”.
  • Swansea are weighing up a move for Franco di Santo as boss Michael Laudrup bids to add competition in attack.
  • Ashley Westwood revealed he is delighted to have signed a new deal at Aston Villa after penning a four-year contract at Villa Park.
  • Birmingham boss Lee Clark admitted he is very impressed with trialist Liam Davis, but is unsure whether to make a move to sign him or not.
  • Brian McDermott will initiate fresh transfer talks with Leeds United when he returns home from Slovenia on Wednesday, with the club still to make progress on potential new signings.
  • Brian McDermott will initiate fresh transfer talks with Leeds United when he returns home from Slovenia on Wednesday, with the club still to make progress on potential new signings.
  • Southampton target Djamel Abdoun is expected to leave Greek side Olympiakos, with Saints boss Mauricio Pochettino poised to make a bid in the region of £1.2m to secure his services.
Former Crystal Palace striker Andre Moritz is poised to hold talks with Bolton boss Dougie Freedman over a free transfer to the Reebok Stadium.

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  • Blackburn boss Gary Bowyer has insisted that DJ Campbell is a big part of his plans for the new campaign – regardless of who actually signed the striker.
  • David Jones is on the brink of joining Burnley, but it is believed he cannot officially become a Claret until next month.
  • Sheffield United have been told they must pay £250,000 to sign Falkirk centre-forward Lyle Taylor following talks with the Scottish First Division club.
  • Boss Alan Archibald will run the rule over a handful of trialists when Partick Thistle face Livingston on Tuesday night.
  • Celtic could find an unlikely replacement for want-away striker Gary Hooper, in the form of former Monaco, Real Madrid and Barcelona striker Javier Saviola.
  • Rangers are closing in on the double capture of defenders Bilel Mohnsi and Boris Pandza.
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