#TransferTalk: All the latest football transfer rumours this evening

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  • Danny Welbeck scored twice to fire England top of Group H – but his big night was ruined by a crazy booking.
  • Gareth Bale was an £86million cheerleader last night as he was left on the bench by Chris Coleman as Wales slumped 2-1 against Macedonia.
  • Manchester United have been forced to do a U-turn and bring Alexander Buttner in from the cold because of their failures in the transfer window.
  • Nottingham Forest are keen to sign Hull striker Matty Fryatt when the loan window reopens on Tuesday.
  • Struggling Bolton are offering Northern Ireland defender Chris Baird a way back into football.
  • Birmingham boss Lee Clark wants to sign Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard on loan – if his board let him.
  • Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert may rest goal ace Christian Benteke to prevent burn-out.
  • David Moyes has been backed to overcome his jittery start at Manchester United and build his own trophy-winning reign.
  • England mauled Moldova to boost their World Cup hopes – but boss Roy Hodgson was still fuming.
  • Gutted Danny Welbeck insisted he is not to blame for the yellow card which rules him out of England’s clash against Ukraine.
  • Gareth Bale was confronted by two pitch-invading yobs in Macedonia last night.
  • Arsenal have launched a probe after academy coach Mark Arber boasted he bet on the deadline-day signing of Mesut Ozil.
  • Roy Hodgson blew his top last night as he lost yet another striker from the squad that will fight for England’s World Cup future in Ukraine on Tuesday night.
  • The Giovanni Trapattoni era finally appears to be coming to an end after the Republic of Ireland suffered a bruising World Cup qualifying defeat to Sweden in Dublin.
  • Manchester United coach Steve Round has defended boss David Moyes after the club’s poor start to the season.
  • Juan Mata insists he is happy at Chelsea despite being heavily linked with a summer move.
  • Vincent Kompany could be sidelined until October and miss this month’s crunch Manchester derby.
  • Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio has hit back at Greg Dyke’s claim that foreigners are ruining English football.
  • Roberto Martinez has taken a dig at Manchester United by insisting that Everton did better out of the Marouane Fellaini deal.
  • Two goals by Danny Welbeck helped England back to the top of their World Cup group but a ludicrous booking rules him out of Tuesday’s crunch clash in Ukraine.
  • Tom Carroll believes FA chairman Greg Dyke is right – England can win the World Cup in 2022.
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