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England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson will ban his players from a casino near their World Cup headquarters in Baden-Baden. (News of the World)

 

Kevin Campbell will be offered a player-coach role at the Hawthorns next season. (News of the World)

 

Spurs are being linked with South Africa and Borussia Dortmund striker Delron Buckley. (News of the World)

 

Wigan striker Henri Camara says he turned down a move to Chelsea before joining Wolves. (News of the World)

 

Nobby Solano is one of 10 players set to leave Newcastle at the end of this season. (News of the World)

 

West Ham want Charlton full-back Luke Young. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Arsenal are targeting Spurs midfielder Michael Carrick. (News of the World)

 

Liverpool have opened talks with Deportivo La Coruna midfielder Victor. (News of the World)

 

Aston Villa want to buy Wolves defender Joleon Lescott. (News of the World)

 

Cardiff have joined the race to sign Celtic striker John Hartson, who wants to return south. (News of the World)

 

Blackburn striker Craig Bellamy has a £6m get-out clause in his contract which would let him join a club in the Champions League. (News of the World) :lol:

 

Derby teenager Giles Barnes is being targeted by Newcastle, Everton and Liverpool. (The People)

 

James Millner has agreed a deal to move to Villa on a permanent basis. (The People)

 

Liverpool want Florent Sinama-Pongolle, currently on loan to Blackburn, back next season. (The People)

 

Bayer Leverkusen striker Dimitar Berbatov is being tracked by Liverpool, Arsenal and Spurs. (The People)

 

Newcastle want to sign Middlesbrough's George Boateng. (The People)

 

Luton's Kevin Foley is wanted by Aston Villa, Spurs and Fulham. (The People)

 

Coventry's Stephen Hughes is wanted by Southampton and Ipswich. (The People)

 

Newcastle are in talks with gaming company Mansion House and their stadium could be re-named the Mansion at St James'. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Charlton want Colchester boss Phil Parkinson to replace Alan Curbishley next season. (Sunday Mirror)

 

Curbishley is out of the running for the England manager's job. (Daily Star)

 

Arsenal want Juventus striker Alessandro Del Piero to replace the retiring Dennis Bergkamp at the end of the season. (Daily Star)

 

Southampton want to sign Hearts winger Rudi Skacel. (Daily Star)

 

Watford want to sign Ipswich winger Darren Currie and his team-mate Dean McDonald in the summer. (Daily Star)

 

Bolton are interested in Espanyol's Ivan de la Pena. (Daily Star)

 

The actor who played Ian Beale's son in Eastenders, Eddie Savage, has joined Wycombe. (The Mail on Sunday)

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Nice edit on the Milner story. :lol:

 

However, I find the clause in Bellamy's contract outlined above more believable than the rumoured one about us having first refusal on him.

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Thought as much....

 

It'll get changed later without a mention no doubt. Don't believe the story for a minute though, Milner would be nuts to make his mind up before the new manager is installed and Villa isn't exactly a marked improvement, is it?

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Who can really trust the Sunday papers though?

 

However, Boateng would be good. Better than Parker.

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Didn't quite get the reaction you were looking for there... :lol:

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Who can really trust the Sunday papers though?

 

However, Boateng would be good. Better than Parker.

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Didn't quite get the reaction you were looking for there... :lol:

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Not really, I was just expressing my humble opinion.

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Who can really trust the Sunday papers though?

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I just pick the stories i like and believe them :lol:

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That is truly mental.

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