#TransferTalk: All the latest football transfer rumours today

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Tottenham’s Sandro has snubbed interest from Roma and Inter and Carlos Queiroz is the latest name in the frame to replace Andre Villas-Boas.

Manchester United are willing to break the bank to keep Wayne Rooney, while Yaya Toure has urged Lionel Messi to join him at Manchester City.

The Sun

  • Hull boss Steve Bruce is still interested in signing West Brom striker Shane Long.
  • Tim Sherwood will meet Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy today to lay down his vision for the club’s future.
  • Jose Mourinho wants 12 more years to build a Chelsea dynasty – as part of his grand plan for retirement.
  • Tottenham midfielder Sandro has snubbed interest from Italian duo Roma and Inter Milan.
  • Burnley are eyeing a move for Inverness striker Billy McKay in January.
  • Fulham want to sign Manchester United left-back Alexander Buttner on loan.
Daily Star

  • Tim Sherwood will meet Spurs chairman Daniel Levy today and lay down his blueprint for becoming the club’s full-time manager.
  • Jose Mourinho has delivered a major blow to Ashley Cole by revealing he feared the England star could have been exposed by Arsenal tonight.
  • Carlos Queiroz is the latest name in the frame to replace Andre Villas-Boas at Tottenham.
Daily Mirror

  • Arsenal are losing their battle to sign Barcelona starlet Antonio Sanabria – with Roma closing in on a deal.
  • Emmanuel Adebayor handed Tim Sherwood his first win as Tottenham caretaker and backed him to land the job full-time.
  • Everton boss Roberto Martinez will make a personal check on Dundee United duo Andrew Robertson and John Souttar.
  • Arsene Wenger wants his Arsenal side to prove they are big-game players against Chelsea tonight.
  • Millwall boss Steve Lomas wants to sign Stoke defender Ryan Shotton on loan once he returns from a loan spell at Wigan
  • Hull City will make a new move for West Brom forward Shane Long in January
Daily Mail

  • Legendary Dutch coach Louis van Gaal has emerged as Tottenham’s No 1 target to replace Andre Villas-Boas.
  • Malky Mackay remains in grave danger of the sack from Cardiff City this Christmas despite the club’s owner Vincent Tan being persuaded not to pull the trigger last night
Daily Express

  • Emmanuel Adebayor bagged two goals in Tottenham’s 3-2 victory at Southampton before revealing the emotional turmoil he has endured this season.
  • Malky Mackay will stay as Cardiff manager after a stunning U-turn by owner Vincent Tan.
The Guardian

  • Jose Mourinho has set himself the ambitious target of remaining Chelsea’s manager for another 12 years despite returning to the club on his “worst contract” of the past six seasons.
  • Vincent Tan, the Cardiff City owner, has granted Malky Mackay a stay of execution after another bizarre chain of events at the club.

  • Twenty-four hours after what seemed to be his final match in charge of Cardiff City, Malky Mackay was granted a dramatic stay of execution by owner Vincent Tan yesterday when chairman Mehmet Dalman revealed the Scot will remain as manager “for the foreseeable future”.
Daily Telegraph

  • This was an impressive job audition by Tim Sherwood, demonstrating his ability to motivate mercurial players like Emmanuel Adebayor, showing his knowledge of emerging talent like Nabil Bentaleb and also setting up the team in keeping with Tottenham Hotspur’s attack-minded traditions. To dare is to do.
The Times

  • Tim Sherwood wants Daniel Levy to outline his philosophy in talks with the Tottenham Hotspur chairman this week that will determine the club’s short-term future, but there are no question marks over his own footballing creed.
Carlos Queiroz set to be named as he new Tottenham boss
Carlos Queiroz set to be named as he new Tottenham boss

London Evening Standard

  • Jose Mourinho says he does not regret his previous fall-out with Arsene Wenger when he infamously described the Arsenal manager as a ‘voyeur’, insisting their rivalry is no personal.
  • Holland coach Louis van Gaal has ruled out combining the Oranje job with a role at Tottenham, but hinted that he would welcome the challenge of taking over at White Hart Lane.
  • Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin says he is aware of Chelsea’s interest in signing him next month, but would rather stay at the Italian club.
Manchester Evening News

  • Manchester United are willing to break the bank to keep Wayne Rooney, who has been praised by his manager David Moyes yet again.
  • Marouane Fellaini will be out until February at the earliest after having an operation to repair damage to his wrist.
  • Yaya Toure has joined Sergio Aguero in urging Lionel Messi to join Manchester City.
  • Manuel Pellegrini has defended City’s away and defensive records as the 2012 champions’ bid to regain the Premier League title gathers pace.
Liverpool Echo

  • Everton have the stamina to remain in contention for the Champions League throughout the rest of the season, says Seamus Coleman.
  • Brendan Rodgers believes that Luis Suarez is capable of setting a new Premier League scoring record – even though he will play at least 10 games less than Alan Shearer and Andy Cole who set the 34-goal benchmark when top-flight teams played in a 42-match campaign.
The Chronicle

  • Alan Pardew has revealed that Newcastle United’s January transfer targets will be whittled down during a “transfer committee” meeting.
Newcastle and Sunderland

  • Alan Pardew says Newcastle United are prepared to make a “key signing” in January – if the price is right.
Sunderland Echo

  • Vito Mannone insists Sunderland must not throw in the towel in the fight for survival, despite their failure to beat Norwich City.
Birmingham Mail

  • The Wolverhampton Wanderers board will back Kenny Jackett’s plans to bring in fresh blood in January. A move for 40-year-old striker Kevin Phillips is in the pipeline with the player set to negotiate his release from Crystal Palace.
Express & Star

  • Spanish coach Pepe Mel today emerged as a contender to be Albion’s new head coach – but caretaker boss Keith Downing looks set to take charge over Christmas.
  • Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert today eased injury fears over Christian Benteke and insisted the striker will be back to his best.
The Sentinel

  • Stoke City will not try to remove Peter Crouch from their wage bill next month to help finance their on-going pursuit of Hanover striker Mame Biram Diouf.
Newham Recorder

  • Sam Allardyce admits West Ham United’s Premier League survival bid will be a “Long haul” after the Hammers lost 3-1 at Manchester United to be left just above the drop zone.
Fulham Chronicle

  • Kieran Richardson reckons Fulham’s festive fixtures could make or break their season.
South Wales Evening Post

  • Swansea City are facing crunch-time over Michu amid fears that the Spanish international frontman could be out for three months.
Wales Online

  • Cardiff City defender Ben Turner stressed his belief that Malky Mackay should stay when he said: “I’ve loved every minute playing under him – he’s doing a fantastic job.”
The Pink un

  • Chris Hughton knows the real value of a hard-fought point in a goalless draw at Sunderland will come by beating Fulham at Carrow Road on Boxing Day.
The Daily Echo

  • James Ward-Prowse admits that Saints are missing the winning feeling, but he is certain the players possess the mental strength to overcome the adversity they are currently facing.
  • Mauricio Pochettino declined to confirm why Dani Osvaldo was missing from the Saints squad to face Tottenham yesterday.
Hull Daily Mail

  • Hull City captain Curtis Davies has heaped praise on the “fantastic” Jake Livermore after the midfielder’s second goal of the season helped earn a 1-1 draw at West Bromwich Albion.
Wigan Evening Post

  • Uwe Rosler insists the Championship play-offs are ‘achievable’ after seeing Wigan Athletic continue their 100 per cent record under his stewardship.
Reading Post

  • Reading could be set for a Middle Eastern cash boost as investors from Oman eye Anton Zingarevich’s majority share in the club.
  • Absent owner Anton Zingarevich is still committed to Reading according to Sir John Madejksi. But the Royals’ chairman admits that the Russian’s future at the club ‘depends on circumstances’ amid speculation that new investment is imminent.
Evening Times

  • Celtic have bid sayonara to Hiroki Yamada – but only for the holidays.
  • Neil Lennon admits Celtic will look to cash in on Joe Ledley and Georgios Samaras next month – if the pair still haven’t agreed new deals.
  • Ally McCoist today admitted he has been surprised his record-breaking Rangers side has performed so well this season.
The Scotsman

  • Celtic have been linked with January moves for AZ Alkmaar midfielder Markus Henriksen and Dundee United ace Stuart Armstrong.


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