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Everton boss David Moyes wants to sign Sheffield Wednesday left-winger Chris Brunt, but he will cost £3m. (Daily Mirror)

 

West Ham are set to join the battle for Middlesbrough's Yakubu after the striker's £10m price tag scared off Portsmouth. (Daily Mirror)

 

Barcelona striker Eidur Gudjohnsen wants £100,000-a-week from any of the Premier League clubs - West Ham, Middlesbrough, Blackburn - chasing him. (Daily Mirror)

 

Derby boss Billy Davies will smash their transfer record with the £5.5m signing of Southampton striker Kenwyne Jones. (Various)

 

Wigan boss Chris Hutchings is ready to move for Preston's left-back Matt Hill. (Daily Mirror)

 

MK Dons boss Paul Ince is set to snatch Wycombe striker Jermaine Easter from under the noses of Swindon and Millwall. (The Sun)

 

West Brom boss Tony Mowbray is ready to snatch Manchester City forward Ishmael Miller for £500,000. (Daily Mirror)

 

Spurs striker Lee Barnard will be loaned out to Crewe until January. (The Times)

 

David Unsworth will sign a one-year deal with Burnley on Monday. (The Sun)

 

Arsenal have stepped up their interest in Yoan Gouffran after watching the Caen forward in their past two matches. (The Times)

 

England and Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney faces a lay-off of about two months after suffering a hairline fracture of his left foot against Reading. (The Sun)

 

Rooney is set to miss England's Euro 2008 qualifiers against Israel and Russia in September because he faces a spell out of the game of six to eight weeks. (Daily Telegraph)

 

The 21-year-old is facing three months on the sidelines following his latest injury problem. (Daily Express)

 

United star Rooney, who was forced off at half-time in his side's Premier League opener, will be out for about two months. (Daily Mirror)

 

Rooney will be out of action for at least six weeks. (Daily Star)

 

Forward Rooney is set to be out for six weeks after suffering the third metatarsal injury of his career. (Daily Mail)

 

Further tests on Monday are set to reveal more about Rooney's recovery time. (The Times)

 

Rooney will be out for at least two months. (The Independent)

 

The official line is that Rooney faces a six-week lay-off but it could conceivably be longer. (The Guardian)

 

In other news, Bolton striker El Hadji Diouf wants showdown talks with chairman Phil Gartside and boss Sammy Lee after being left on the bench for the opening game. (Daily Star)

 

Swindon are set for a £10m takeover by mystery Portuguese investors this week. (Daily Mirror)

 

 

AND FINALLY

 

Reading striker Dave Kitson rowed with Sky pundit Ruud Gullitt in the Old Trafford tunnel after his 37-second red card against Manchester United. (Various)

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Not bothered that there's no mention of us there. Sam said he's trying to sign 2 players this week, and it's quite obvious tht the papers no longer have a notion about any of our transfer dealings. Enrique, Cacapa and Smith are examples of this.

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England and Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney faces a lay-off of about two months after suffering a hairline fracture of his left foot against Reading. (The Sun)

 

Rooney is set to miss England's Euro 2008 qualifiers against Israel and Russia in September because he faces a spell out of the game of six to eight weeks. (Daily Telegraph)

 

The 21-year-old is facing three months on the sidelines following his latest injury problem. (Daily Express)

 

United star Rooney, who was forced off at half-time in his side's Premier League opener, will be out for about two months. (Daily Mirror)

 

Rooney will be out of action for at least six weeks. (Daily Star)

 

Forward Rooney is set to be out for six weeks after suffering the third metatarsal injury of his career. (Daily Mail)

 

Further tests on Monday are set to reveal more about Rooney's recovery time. (The Times)

 

Rooney will be out for at least two months. (The Independent)

 

The official line is that Rooney faces a six-week lay-off but it could conceivably be longer. (The Guardian)

 

 

I guess they are short on news today

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I would have Diouf from Bolton. Probably not that expensive and seems to like playing for Sam, was decent when he came on Saturday....still hate him like but might change my mind if he's got a toon top on

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England and Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney faces a lay-off of about two months after suffering a hairline fracture of his left foot against Reading. (The Sun)

 

Rooney is set to miss England's Euro 2008 qualifiers against Israel and Russia in September because he faces a spell out of the game of six to eight weeks. (Daily Telegraph)

 

The 21-year-old is facing three months on the sidelines following his latest injury problem. (Daily Express)

 

United star Rooney, who was forced off at half-time in his side's Premier League opener, will be out for about two months. (Daily Mirror)

 

Rooney will be out of action for at least six weeks. (Daily Star)

 

Forward Rooney is set to be out for six weeks after suffering the third metatarsal injury of his career. (Daily Mail)

 

Further tests on Monday are set to reveal more about Rooney's recovery time. (The Times)

 

Rooney will be out for at least two months. (The Independent)

 

The official line is that Rooney faces a six-week lay-off but it could conceivably be longer. (The Guardian)

 

 

I guess they are short on news today

 

I think the BBC are just pointing out that despite what the papers say, they've absolutely no idea how long he'll be out for.

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