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TRANSFER RUMOURS

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is threatening legal action against Real Madrid over an illegal approach for Cesc Fabregas. (News of the World)

 

Arsenal have lined-up a swoop for Celtic keeper Artur Boruc as Jens Lehmann's long-term successor. (People)

 

Liverpool are ready to fork out £5m for Real Mallorca's Argentina midfielder Jonas Gutierrez. (People)

 

Chelsea will make a £27m swoop for Porto's Ricardo Quaresma if Arjen Robben moves to Real Madrid. (News of the World)

 

Manchester City's Danny Mills is prepared to take a pay cut to ensure his loan spell at Hull becomes permanent. (News of the World)

 

Leicester chairman Milan Mandaric wants to bring striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to the club after he was a made a free agent by Charlton. (People)

 

Bolton hope to tie up a deal for Portsmouth defender Andy O'Brien. (People)

 

Newcastle midfielder Kieron Dyer's move to West Ham was aborted after he failed a medical. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Derby boss Billy Davies wants to tempt Darius Vassell away from Manchester City. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp has targeted Bolton's French striker Nicolas Anelka. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Fulham are considering a £600,000 move for Paris St Germain centre-back Sammy Traore. (News of the World)

 

 

OTHER GOSSIP

Close friends and family are concerned about Arsene Wenger's health as constant stress is taking its toll. (News of the World)

 

Leeds chairman Ken Bates is to appeal to the FA against the club's 15-point deduction. (News of the World)

 

Newcastle boss Sam Allardyce was left fuming after three of his personal guests were barred from the directors' box on his return to Bolton. (Various)

 

Jamie Carragher will not be persuaded to change his mind on his international retirement by England boss Steve McClaren. (Sunday Express)

 

 

 

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AND FINALLY

Aston Villa's new striker Marlon Harewood became annoyed when a local newspaper reporter asked him why he would have wanted to be a painter if he had not been a footballer. When told the information was on his website, Harewood muttered: "I'll kill my brother". (Sunday Mirror)

 

 

Manchester City's new striker Rolando Bianchi was picked up at his hotel and asked to be dropped off at the club's training ground - but was dropped at United's Carrington base. (Sunday Express)

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Aston Villa's new striker Marlon Harewood became annoyed when a local newspaper reporter asked him why he would have wanted to be a painter if he had not been a footballer. When told the information was on his website, Harewood muttered: "I'll kill my brother". (Sunday Mirror)

 

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Aston Villa's new striker Marlon Harewood became annoyed when a local newspaper reporter asked him why he would have wanted to be a painter if he had not been a footballer. When told the information was on his website, Harewood muttered: "I'll kill my brother". (Sunday Mirror)

 

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It's his fatha he wants a word with if Marlon's looks are anything to go by

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