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Tottenham are still confident of signing Newcastle midfielder Jermaine Jenas before the transfer deadline. (News of the World, Sunday Mirror)


Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez is not keen on Michael Owen as the pair fell out when the England striker left for Real Madrid last summer. (Sunday Express)


Celtic defender Bobo Balde is set for a free-transfer move to Fulham. (The People)


Chelsea are preparing an £800m redevelopment of Stamford Bridge which would increase the capacity of the ground to 70,000 plus. (Mail on Sunday)


West Brom are set to make a late swoop for Manchester United winger Kieran Richardson. (News of the World)


Wigan believe they face competition from Arsenal for Trabzonspor striker Fatih Tekke. (The People, Daily Star Sunday)


Real Madrid striker Michael Owen flies into England on Sunday to have transfer talks with both Liverpool and Newcastle. (Sunday Mirror)



Everton and Manchester City are battling it out for the signing of Porto striker Benni McCarthy. (News of the World)



Bolton have tabled a second bid for Liverpool midfielder Dietmar Hamann. (The People)


England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson is ready to drop goalkeeper David James from the squad to face Wales. (Various)



Feyenoord striker Dirk Kuyt could stay in the Netherlands until the January transfer window. (Sunday Mirror)


Aston Villa want to sign Leeds midfielder Erik Bakke on loan before the transfer window closes. (The People)



Tottenham are lining up a bid for Portsmouth striker Lomana LuaLua. (Daily Star Sunday)


Michael Owen is prepared to stay with Real Madrid if he does not secure a move to Liverpool in the next three days. (Mail on Sunday)


Arsenal want to sign Sunderland goalkeeper Mart Poom, in a loan swap with Justin Hoyte. (The People)


Spurs are also closing in on the £2m signing of PSV Eindhoven left-back Lee Young-Po. (News of the World)


West Ham are keen on signing Arsenal's highly-rated youngster Quincy Owusu. (Sunday Mirror)


Everton are concerned that manager David Moyes could be targeted by both Newcastle and Celtic. (The People)

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