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Monday's gossip column

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TRANSFER RUMOURS

 

Birmingham will decide this week whether to sign former Monaco striker Mohammed Kallon. (Daily Mirror)

 

West Brom are planning a cheeky loan bid for Portsmouth striker David Nugent. (Daily Mirror)

 

LA Galaxy will block any attempts to bring David Beckham back to Europe on a short-term loan at the end of the MLS season. (Daily Star)

 

Tottenham winger Wayne Routledge is on his way out of the club - despite turning down a move to Celtic. (Daily Mirror)

 

Spurs are ready to let Phil Ifil go out on loan after Paul Stalteri did not leave in the transfer window. Bournemouth are interested. (The Sun)

 

Fitz Hall will be allowed to leave Wigan and find a Championship club - probably Charlton - in the next few weeks. (Daily Mirror)

 

Leeds midfielder Jonathan Douglas is a shock £400,000 target for League One rivals Walsall. (Daily Mirror)

 

OTHER GOSSIP

 

Injured Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has told England coach Steve McClaren he will be fit to face Russia on 12 September. (Independent)

 

Spurs boss Martin Jol is back on the brink of the sack after their calamitous 3-3 draw at Fulham on Saturday. (Daily Mirror)

 

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich walked out of Villa Park after his side conceded their second goal on Sunday. (Various)

 

Emile Heskey made an astonishing return to the England fold on Sunday - after a personal plea from his former partner Michael Owen. (Various)

 

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger hailed Cesc Fabregas as "the new Paul Scholes" after the Spaniard's display against Portsmouth. (The Sun)

 

Everton's Victor Anichebe has turned down England Under-21s to play for Nigeria's Super Eagles. (The Sun)

 

West Ham could be ordered to pay huge compensation to Sheffield United if the latest inquiry into the Carlos Tevez affair rules in the Blades' favour. (Daily Mail)

 

Manager Gordon Strachan has denied reports that Kenny Miller was forced out of Celtic. (Daily Record)

 

Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston has told fans the club could not afford not to sell Steven Naismith to Rangers. (Daily Record)

 

AND FINALLY

 

Bayern Munich's Oliver Kahn set a Bundesliga record for goalkeepers by playing his 535th game in the German top division as they drew 1-1 with Hamburg. (The Guardian)

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