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Manchester United are chasing Barcelona's latest prodigy - in the shape of 18-year-old Mexican sensation Giovani Dos Santos. (Daily Mirror)

 

Stoke want to sign Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Glenn Whelan on loan after failing with a permanent offer. (Daily Star)

 

Tell us your transfer rumours

 

OTHER GOSSIP

 

Owen Hargreaves has emerged as a doubt for England's crucial Euro 2008 qualifiers after being sent for a scan on a damaged thigh. (The Sun)

 

Actually, Hargreaves has suffered a recurrence of a hamstring problem and has no chance of being fit for Saturday. (Daily Mirror)

 

Aston Villa's Gareth Barry has been put on standby to start his first competitive England game for seven years. (Various)

Wigan boss Chris Hutchings will ask refs' chief Keith Hackett to help overturn the red card Kevin Kilbane picked up at Newcastle. (The Sun)

Martin O'Neill is ready to offer injury-plagued defender Martin Laursen a new deal at Aston Villa. (The Sun)

 

Sir Alex Ferguson reckons David Beckham has no chance of making soccer a major sport in the US. (Daily Star)

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Manchester United are chasing Barcelona's latest prodigy - in the shape of 18-year-old Mexican sensation Giovani Dos Santos. (Daily Mirror)

 

Stoke want to sign Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Glenn Whelan on loan after failing with a permanent offer. (Daily Star)

 

Tottenham are ready to sign Ghana starlet Ransford Osei - the top scorer at the Under-17 World Cup. (Daily Mirror)

 

QPR have tried to bring Lee Cook back on loan from Fulham. (Daily Express)

 

Manchester City reject Hatem Trabelsi is set to sign for French side Le Mans after turning up for a trial. (Daily Mirror)

 

Nottingham Forest are lining up a loan move for Leicester striker Matty Fryatt after their horror start to the new season. (Daily Mirror)

 

Cameroon World Cup star Patrick Suffo has gone on trial at Dundee United. (Daily Record)

 

Dundee trialists Nathan Koo-Boothe and Marc Elston have been told they are not being offered deals. (Daily Record)

 

Released Hibernian striker Gerard Rossi has snubbed Dundee and moved to Slovakian third division side FC Neded. (Daily Record)

 

OTHER GOSSIP

 

Owen Hargreaves has emerged as a doubt for England's crucial Euro 2008 qualifiers after being sent for a scan on a damaged thigh. (The Sun)

 

Actually, Hargreaves has suffered a recurrence of a hamstring problem and has no chance of being fit for Saturday. (Daily Mirror)

 

Aston Villa's Gareth Barry has been put on standby to start his first competitive England game for seven years. (Various)

 

Israel midfielder Gal Alberman believes his side can win at Wembley. (Daily Mirror)

 

Chelsea striker Andriy Shevchenko claims he is fit - but boss Jose Mourinho will not play him. (Various)

 

Wigan boss Chris Hutchings will ask refs' chief Keith Hackett to help overturn the red card Kevin Kilbane picked up at Newcastle. (The Sun)

 

Martin O'Neill is ready to offer injury-plagued defender Martin Laursen a new deal at Aston Villa. (The Sun)

 

Patrick Vieira has claimed clubs like Arsenal are damaging the future of the English game by not bringing local talent through. (Daily Star)

 

Sir Alex Ferguson has finally admitted he was wrong to drive Jaap Stam out of Man Utd because of a personal vendetta. (Daily Mirror)

 

Meanwhile, Ferguson reckons David Beckham has no chance of making soccer a major sport in the US. (Daily Star)

 

Sheffield United are poised to buy Hungarian club Ferencvaros in a £20m deal. (Various)

 

Falkirk chiefs hope manager John Hughes will find time over the international break to sign a two-year contract extension. (Daily Record)

 

AND FINALLY

 

Sir Alex Ferguson says David Beckham was never the same after he got married to Victoria. (Various)

 

Stop posting it too early you cock.

Edited by Besty

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Manchester United are chasing Barcelona's latest prodigy - in the shape of 18-year-old Mexican sensation Giovani Dos Santos. (Daily Mirror)

 

Stoke want to sign Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Glenn Whelan on loan after failing with a permanent offer. (Daily Star)

 

Tottenham are ready to sign Ghana starlet Ransford Osei - the top scorer at the Under-17 World Cup. (Daily Mirror)

 

QPR have tried to bring Lee Cook back on loan from Fulham. (Daily Express)

 

Manchester City reject Hatem Trabelsi is set to sign for French side Le Mans after turning up for a trial. (Daily Mirror)

 

Nottingham Forest are lining up a loan move for Leicester striker Matty Fryatt after their horror start to the new season. (Daily Mirror)

 

Cameroon World Cup star Patrick Suffo has gone on trial at Dundee United. (Daily Record)

 

Dundee trialists Nathan Koo-Boothe and Marc Elston have been told they are not being offered deals. (Daily Record)

 

Released Hibernian striker Gerard Rossi has snubbed Dundee and moved to Slovakian third division side FC Neded. (Daily Record)

 

OTHER GOSSIP

 

Owen Hargreaves has emerged as a doubt for England's crucial Euro 2008 qualifiers after being sent for a scan on a damaged thigh. (The Sun)

 

Actually, Hargreaves has suffered a recurrence of a hamstring problem and has no chance of being fit for Saturday. (Daily Mirror)

 

Aston Villa's Gareth Barry has been put on standby to start his first competitive England game for seven years. (Various)

 

Israel midfielder Gal Alberman believes his side can win at Wembley. (Daily Mirror)

 

Chelsea striker Andriy Shevchenko claims he is fit - but boss Jose Mourinho will not play him. (Various)

 

Wigan boss Chris Hutchings will ask refs' chief Keith Hackett to help overturn the red card Kevin Kilbane picked up at Newcastle. (The Sun)

 

Martin O'Neill is ready to offer injury-plagued defender Martin Laursen a new deal at Aston Villa. (The Sun)

 

Patrick Vieira has claimed clubs like Arsenal are damaging the future of the English game by not bringing local talent through. (Daily Star)

 

Sir Alex Ferguson has finally admitted he was wrong to drive Jaap Stam out of Man Utd because of a personal vendetta. (Daily Mirror)

 

Meanwhile, Ferguson reckons David Beckham has no chance of making soccer a major sport in the US. (Daily Star)

 

Sheffield United are poised to buy Hungarian club Ferencvaros in a £20m deal. (Various)

 

Falkirk chiefs hope manager John Hughes will find time over the international break to sign a two-year contract extension. (Daily Record)

 

AND FINALLY

 

Sir Alex Ferguson says David Beckham was never the same after he got married to Victoria. (Various)

 

Stop posting it too early you cock.

I like how all Trabelsi had to do to get a team was turn up :lol:

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