#TransferTalk: All the latest football transfer rumours today

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  • England are in pole position on the road to Rio after a goalless grapple in Ukraine.
  • Sir Alex Ferguson warned of the dangers of player power six months before his relationship with Wayne Rooney completely unravelled.
  • West Ham are praying for a miracle cure as Andy Carroll is set to miss the rest of the year thanks to his latest injury shock.
  • Manchester United manager David Moyes is tracking Sheffield United defender Harry Maguire.
  • Oldham defender James Tarkowski is attracting interest from Premier League Stoke and Newcastle.
  • England boss Roy Hodgson toasted a precious point on a night of nerves in Ukraine.
  • Wayne Rooney is targeting a sensational comeback in the Manchester derby.
  • Mathieu Flamini reckons the signing of Mesut Ozil proves that Arsenal are title contenders this season.
  • West Ham striker Andy Carroll will fly to Holland today to see a specialist after his latest injury setback.
  • Real Madrid legend Zinedine Zidane has been introduced as a peacemaker to stop Iker Casillas moving to the Premier League.
  • Romania striker Ciprian Marica is poised to sign for Arsenal.
  • Manchester United boss David Moyes has picked up where Sir Alex Ferguson left off – by tracking Sheffield United’s £4million-rated defender Harry Maguire.
  • Chelsea are holding up Nathaniel Chalobah’s loan move to Watford – as they expect more cash.
  • Sheffield United boss David Weir wants to sign Coventry striker Leon Clarke.
  • England held on for a precious World Cup qualifying point – but their chances of making Brazil 2014 remain on a knife edge.
  • Daniel Sturridge faced an angry backlash from fans after appearing to suggest playing for England meant more to him than representing England.
  • Harry Redknapp last night accused the FA of hypocrisy for refusing to hammer England and Tottenham defender Kyle Walker for inhaling nitrous oxide.
  • West Ham will discover today if Andy Carroll needs foot surgery.
  • Petr Cech is weighing up his future at Chelsea as Barcelona plot a summer move.
  • West Ham have snapped up Mladen Petric – as fears grow that Andy Carroll could be out of action until next year.
  • Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa has hit out at manager David Moyes for his lack of playing time.
  • Liverpool principal owner John W. Henry insists finance is in place for the redevelopment of Anfield and that it will not impact on team strengthening.
  • Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari confirmed goalkeeper Julio Cesar will definitely be going to the World Cup next year but said there are still four or five places up for grabs in his 23-man squad.
  • Yaya Sanogo admits he must get stronger to be a success for Arsenal in the Premier League.
  • Sergio Aguero is tipping Manchester City to be the surprise package of the Champions League.
  • Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa told reporters to ask his club manager why he isn’t playing at Old Trafford after impressing again for Japan.
  • Liverpool have once again been linked with Barcelona’s Martin Montoya.
  • New Liverpool defender Tiago Ilori says he would consider an offer to play for England – but has hinted he will remain loyal to Portugal.
  • Roberto Martinez hopes that loan signing Romelu Lukaku can be the man to add a missing goal spark to the Everton front line.
  • Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew has revealed that Yohan Cabaye has been “working overtime” during the international break and should start against Aston Villa this weekend.
  • Fabio Borini is determined to put his injury nightmares behind him and prove himself at Sunderland.
  • Former Sunderland star Martin Gray wants to see Paolo Di Canio give the youngsters at his former club a chance to shine
  • Shola Ameobi could further delay Loic Remy’s full Newcastle United debut after continuing his goalscoring form in Kaduna yesterday.
  • Charis Mavrias is confident of improving this season and believes that Sunderland will end up one of the top 10 or 12 teams in the Premier League
  • Sunderland will have to splash out around £2.5million if they want to sign full-back Ondrej Celustka on a permanent deal.
  • Surplus stopper Shay Given has lifted the lid on his frustrations at Aston Villa – but has not given up on playing for the club again.
  • Nathan Baker is set to return to contention for Villa’s match against Newcastle on Saturday after overcoming his opening day injury.
  • Billy Jones is hopeful West Bromwich Albion’s new contingent can kick-start the club’s poor start to the season.
  • Tom Adeyemi believes the controversial and “crazy” night at Yeovil Town has helped galvanise Birmingham City.
  • Aston Villa are open to loan offers for goalkeeper Shay Given from Championship clubs, but will not allow the former Republic of Ireland international leave without a subsidy for his £3m a year salary.
  • Former Walsall winger Julian Gray could be in line for a return to the Banks’s after the 33-year-old made a surprise appearance for the club’s reserve side in a 5-3 win at Wigan Athletic.
  • Wolves today played down an injury scare to captain Sam Ricketts as Kenny Jackett ruled out any loan signings for at least a month.
  • Jack Butland has emerged as one England’s most eligible loan targets as lower division managers are given a chance to start wheeling and dealing again.
  • Port Vale will not be looking to strengthen their squad with loan signings, says assistant boss Mark Grew.
  • Mathieu Flamini says Arsenal are ready to challenge for the Premier League title and Champions League this season as they bid to end their trophy drought.
  • SOUTH LONDON PRESS
  • Millwall’s efforts to bag £3million striker Martyn Waghorn look to have finally borne fruit. The 23-year-old forward is set to sign a 93-day loan at The Den on Friday – meaning he will only be available until the December 14 trip to Blackburn.
  • Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish has admitted that Eagles legend Andrew Johnson is likely to still be on their transfer radar in January.
  • WALES ONLINE
  • Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay insists leaving Craig Conway out of his 25-man Premier League squad was not ‘a cold, hard decision,’ but actually done for the good of the player.
  • Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall has given the Bluebirds an injury scare ahead of their Premier League trip to Hull on Saturday, limping out of Scotland’s World Cup qualifying victory in Macedonia.
  • Cardiff is installing extra seating in the Cardiff City Stadium to take its capacity to more than 27,500 by the time Leroy Fer believes Norwich City have made a good start to the season – and there will be more to come once the action restarts.
  • Hull City trialists Conor Henderson and Matthew Fletcher are both in line to win permanent contracts after inspiring a handsome 4-0 win for the Tigers’ reserves at Doncaster Rovers.
  • City, meanwhile, will wait to see if clubs come forward for Aaron McLean. Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson would love to see his former striker return to London Road, but admits a deal is unlikely.
  • Nottingham Forest are expected to resume efforts to sign Hull City striker Matty Fryatt, while moves have been mooted for Middlesbrough’s Grant Leadbitter, Wolves’ Bakary Sako and Newcastle’s Gabriel Obertan.
  • Former Hull favourite Stephen Hunt, 32, is on the verge of signing for Blackpool.
  • Former Leeds United chief executive Shaun Harvey will resign from the club’s board of directors on September 30, 24 hours before he takes charge of the Football League.
  • Noel Hunt says he will take criticism “on the chin” after voicing disappointment with the start of his career at Leeds United.
  • DERBY TELEGRAPH
  • Derby County have started to make calls as they scour the emergency loan market to see if they can add to the squad, with Chris Burke the main target.
  • A right-sided midfielder is on Derby’s wanted list as they search the emergency loan market.
  • NOTTINGHAM POST
  • Nottingham Forest are ready to join the race to sign Chelsea wonder-kid Nathaniel Chalobah on loan. Watford and Wigan have already expressed their interest in taking the highly-regarded England under-21 international.
  • LEICESTER MERCURY
  • Leicester City striker Martyn Waghorn is set to join Millwall on a three-month loan.
  • El-Hadji Diouf has been tipped for a Reebok recall after proving his fitness to Leeds United boss Brian McDermott this week.
  • Dougie Freedman will have to look for answers from within his existing squad for this weekend’s clash with Leeds United, with no loan signings on the manager’s wishlist.
  • Owen Coyle has not ruled-out bolstering his squad further despite being satisfied the Latics have the depth to take them through to summer.
  • BLACKPOOL GAZETTE
  • Karl Oyston admits Blackpool’s approach to the last transfer window was risky and could have backfired, but he insists the squad is now stronger and more balanced.
  • Tony Mowbray was getting back down to the business of filling in the gaps today as the loan window opened. Norwich centre-back Daniel Ayala, Craig Dawson at West Brom, Shane Duffy at Everton and Manchester United youngster Michael Keane are all on Mowbray’s radar.
  • The Scot is also eyeing firepower up front, with Norwich hitman Luciano Becchio, Ricardo Vaz Te of West Ham, former Boro target Stephen Dobbie at Crystal Palace and Jonathan Obika at Spurs amongst the possibilities.
  • Former Sheffield United defender David Unsworth is a candidate for the vacant managerial position at Carlisle.
  • Sheffield United have compiled a list of potential targets as manager David Weir prepares to enter the emergency loan market.
  • Martin Taylor’s exit from Hillsborough is just the start of the Owls’ use of the emergency loan market.
  • HUDDERSFIELD EXAMINER
  • Mark Robins reckons Huddersfield Town have two hot prospects in strikers Danny Carr and Cristian Lopez, who both scored two goals in a Professional Development League II clash last night.
  • Jake Taylor accepts he may have to spend more time out on loan as he continues to chase his dream of cementing a place in Royals’ first team.
  • Ensuring there is a pathway for the club’s youngsters to progress into the first team is key for Nigel Adkins.
  • THE ARGUS
  • Keith Andrews has told Brighton team-mate Kazenga LuaLua not to under-estimate his value as an impact substitute.
  • IPSWICH
  • Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy will look to dip into the loan market if the slow start to the season continues.
  • Vladimir Romanov is still on the run from Lithuanian courts after facing claims of embezzlement relating to the bankrupt Ukio Bankas.
  • Hibs fought tooth and nail for Leigh Griffiths to stay on a permanent basis, with chairman Rod Petrie saying it took up much of Pat Fenlon’s time over the summer.
  • Ally McCoist is waiting to hear if Rangers have any money left to sign Marius Zaliukas or Boris Pandza.
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