#TransferTalk: All the latest football transfer rumours today

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  • England manager Roy Hodgson has hit back at Gary Lineker.
  • Mesut Ozil is in line for a shock start for Arsenal at Sunderland on Saturday.
  • Stuart Pearce has been blasted by the FA for claiming players did not want to turn out for the England Under-21s.
  • Glen Johnson may be back in half the time Liverpool first feared.
  • Wales will still offer Chris Coleman a two-year deal despite a disastrous couple of weeks.
  • Shay Given insists he still has a Premier League future despite dropping to third in the Aston Villa pecking order.
  • Gary Lineker last night backtracked over his England criticism and insisted Roy Hodgson was doing a good job.
  • Gareth Bale met Cristiano Ronaldo when he turned up for his first day with Real Madrid yesterday.
  • James McCarthy wants to see Roy Keane succeed Giovanni Trapattoni as Republic of Ireland manager.
  • Chris Coleman is still in line for a new contract as Wales manager despite fans wanting him sacked.
  • Steve Clarke is keen to see Shane Long pledge his future to West Brom and sign a new contract – just over a week after trying to sell him.
  • Cardiff boss Malky Mackay has made Craig Conway, Simon Lappin, Filip Kiss and Etien Velikonja available for loan.
  • Daniel Sturridge is on course to play for Liverpool on Monday – despite pulling out of the England squad.
  • England boss Roy Hodgson has accused Gary Lineker of having a selective memory.
  • Roberto Carlos has warned Chelsea they have signed a selfish control freak in Samuel Eto’o.
  • Martin O’Neill is the firm favourite for the Republic of Ireland job after Giovanni Trapattoni was sacked.
  • Gary Lineker is willing to sit on FA chairman Greg Dyke’s crisis commission into the state of English football after smoothing over relations with England manager Roy Hodgson.
  • Martin O’Neill will be offered the Republic of Ireland job in the next 48 hours and the former Sunderland manager is ready to discuss terms.
  • Roy Hodgson’s fractious relationship with Gary Lineker threatens to become further strained after he accused the former England striker of having a selective memory.
  • Gareth Bale refused the services of a bodyguard while he is away with Wales on international duty.
  • Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is threatening to sue former club Real Madrid over what he believes is a smear campaign against him.
  • Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish explains why club are convinced that a 40,000-seat ground is the best way forward.
  • Fulham are weighing up a new deal for veteran winger Damien Duff.
  • Charlie Austin reckons odds on his first goal in the Championship have shortened since Niko Kranjcar joined Queens Park Rangers.
  • Manchester United will be battling to avoid an unwanted scoring record against Crystal Palace on Saturday, but David Moyes will not be rushing Wayne Rooney back into action.
  • Salford Red Devils owner Marwan Koukash has revealed that he not only remains interested in taking over at Boundary Park – but that he has also set his sights on adding Championship One Roughyeds to his portfolio and wants to build a new stadium in Oldham for the pair.
  • After leaving the promise of European football behind at Wigan James McCarthy international is keen to taste continental action with Everton.
  • Alan Pardew is confident that Newcastle United’s summer “disruption” is behind them – and insists the Magpies still have a solid platform to build on for the rest of the campaign.
  • Fabio Borini insists the spotlight set to be shone on Mesut Ozil can work in Sunderland’s favour when they welcome Arsenal to the Stadium of Light on Saturday.
  • Former Milan defender Paolo Maldini was taken aback by the passion of Newcastle United fans ahead of Harper’s testimonial on Wednesday night.
  • Lee Cattermole is set to re-join the ranks at Sunderland after his future at Sunderland had been up in the air for most of the close season.
  • Steve Harper brought the curtain down on the end of an era at Newcastle United by thanking supporters for their tremendous support of his 20 years charity match.
  • Jack Colback’s Sunderland future remains up in the air, with contract talks failing to bear fruit so far.
  • Pablo Hernandez believes Swansea City can topple Liverpool and Valencia this week.
  • Steve Clarke hopes West Bromwich Albion and Shane Long will finally come to an agreement over a new contract following his failed move to Hull City.
  • Derby County Nigel Clough admits he wants to sign Birmingham City star Chris Burke.
  • Libor Kozak today admitted he is still in the dark over his Villa role but insisted it would be a dream to make his Premier league bow.
  • Wolves fans are paying almost as much as their Albion and Villa counterparts as a study showed a fall in average ticket prices around the country.
  • Alan Hudson has urged Stephen Ireland to follow his lead and become an instant hero if he gets the nod to make his Stoke debut against Manchester City on Saturday.
  • Norwich City manager Chris Hughton could be a target for the FAI as they look to fill the hole left by Giovanni Trapattoni’s departure.
  • Rickie Lambert’s season has already been filled with some treasured memories, and the Saints striker is set to add another one to the list this weekend, as he prepares to make his 200th appearance for the club.
  • Manager Brian McDermott has reaffirmed his commitment to Leeds United after he was named as a contender for the vacant Republic of Ireland job.
  • Andre Moritz has urged Bolton to bring out the heavy artillery as they aim to bounce back to form against Leeds United.
  • Callum McManaman’s return from suspension this weekend will be like a new signing for Wigan Athletic, says Owen Coyle.
  • Kei Kamara has confirmed that he now has the relevant paperwork and is set to fly into the UK today to finally begin his Middlesbrough career.
  • Danny Williams is unfazed by the possible arrival of Momo Sissoko and the increased competition it would mean for a Hearts have handed assistant manager Billy Brown a short-term contract after the experienced coach returned to the administration-hit club on a voluntary basis.
  • Dundee have signed former Celtic and Hearts striker Craig Beattie.
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