#TransferTalk: All the latest football transfer rumours today

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The Transfer window is over but HEY, that doesn’t stop the rumours from flying in.. here are the latest round of transfer rumours today. ENJOY 🙂

 

  • David Moyes is facing a battle to win over Robin van Persie at Manchester United.
  • West Ham are on the verge of shock U-turn to re-sign Carlton Cole.
  • Danny Welbeck looks set to lead the England attack against Moldova on Friday night.
  • Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski has been ruled out until December.
  • Jack Rodwell insists he can still win over new Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini.
  • Newcastle tried to present a united front on Tuesday despite failing to strengthen their squad in the transfer window.
  • Marouane Fellaini says joining Manchester United is a dream come true.
  • Marouane Fellaini agreed to sacrifice £4million in bonuses to ensure his move from Everton to Manchester United.
  • Gareth Bale will not be risked in by Wales in either of their World Cup qualifiers against Macedonia or Serbia.
  • Newcastle’s Joe Kinnear has been labelled a “clueless and incompetent puppet” by Toon fans.
  • New FA chairman Greg Dyke will demand that English football makes a fundamental change of approach to revive the flagging fortunes of the national team.
  • Newcastle fans have reacted angrily to attempts by the club and Alan Pardew to justify the lack of activity in the summer transfer window.
  • Sheffield United’s owner Kevin McCabe has sold a 50% stake in the club to Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
  • Gareth Barry has revealed how he was informed that he had no future at Manchester City before Manuel Pellegrini’s appointment.
  • Marouane Fellaini sacrificed £4million in bonues to seal a move from Everton to Manchester United.
  • Hull’s Steve Bruce is furious with West Brom after his £5m move for Shane Long was scrapped.
  • Alan Pardew has tried to protect the Mike Ashley regime from the fury of disgruntled Newcastle fans.
  • Carlton Cole is poised to return to West Ham.
  • Manchester United made a last-gasp attempt to snatch Mesut Ozil from Arsenal.
  • Manchester United have told Ander Herrera they will sign him in January.
  • Alan Pardew has told Newcastle to stay positive despite their deadline day flop.
  • Peter Odemwingie reckons he can end his nine-month nightmare after joining Cardiff.
  • Ian Holloway says Crystal Palace have shown their desire to avoid the drop by signing 15 players in the transfer window.
  • Hull boss Steve Bruce is fuming at missing out on West Brom striker Shane Long.
  • Southampton will let Billy Sharp go on loan – if Leeds, Doncaster, Reading, Sheffield Wednesday or Ipswich pay all his wages.
  • Former Liverpool midfielder Momo Sissoko is on the verge of a move to Reading.
  • Manchester United will bid again for Ander Herrera and Leighton Baines in January.
  • West Brom have cancelled the contract of defender Gabriel Tamas.
  • Dutch winger Marvin Zeegelaar has joined Blackpool on loan until January.
  • Reading are continuing talks with Mohamed Sissoko.
  • Jose Mourinho will watch Benfica midfielder Nemanja Matic in Friday’s clash between Serbia and Croatia.
  • West Ham are poised to bring back Carlton Cole.
  • Fulham could bring midfielder Mahamadou Diarra back to the club.
  • Marouane Fellaini took a £4m hit in Manchester United wages to rescue his dream move.
  • Mesut Ozil says a phone call from Arsene Wenger convinced him to join Arsenal.
  • Mike Ashley faces a Toon Army mutiny over Newcastle’s transfer window shambles.
  • Liverpool’s Glen Johnson faces being out of action until the end of October.
  • Besiktas are in talks with Fulham to sign £2.5million winger Kerim Frei.
  • Harry Redknapp wants Chris Baird to sign a one-year QPR deal.
  • Southampton striker Billy Sharp is being chased by five clubs.
  • Leeds will raid Birmingham for winger Chris Burke once the loan transfer window opens on Sunday.
  • Momo Sissoko is set for a move to Reading.
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