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William Gallas will snub Chelsea's £80,000-a-week deal and move across London to Arsenal. (News of the World)


The Gunners will add to their attacking options with the £16m capture of Marseille's wantaway international winger Franck Ribery. (The People)


Arsene Wenger will raise the necessary funds by off-loading Jose Antonio Reyes. The winger will join Real Madrid for £16m this week. (The People)


Lens' £4m-rated midfielder Alou Diarra has also caught Arsenal's eye. (NotW)


Arsenal have made enquiries about Luca Toni, who has also interested Newcastle and Manchester United. (Sunday Express)


Manchester United are in secret talks - make that were - for Argentina striker Carlos Tevez. Brazilian club Corinthians want £15m. (Sunday Express)


Marcos Senna has secured his £4m move from Villarreal to Manchester United, which will go through this week. (NotW)


Sir Alex Ferguson will then turn his attention to prising striker Fernando Torres from Atletico Madrid. (People)


Sol Campbell has agreed to join Portsmouth on £40,000-a-week. (NotW)


And Newcastle. (The People)


Pompey are also set to swoop for Danny Murphy, offering Tottenham £2m for the midfielder. (NotW)


Harry Redknapp has made a £2m offer for Bolton's Tal Ben Haim. (The People)


Are Portsmouth the poor man's Chelsea? They will also throw cash at Manchester City to sign Sylvain Distin for £4m and David James for £2m. (NotW)


Manchester City will sign Hatem Trabelsi if Ajax's Tunisian full-back drops his wage demands. (NotW)


Liverpool are also monitoring the Trabelsi situation - along with Monaco and Paris St Germain. (The People)


Stuart Pearce is also tracking Rennes goalkeeper Andreas Isaksson. The Sweden international will cost £2.5m and is also interesting Charlton. (NotW)


Wigan will let Pascal Chimbonda join Tottenham for a cut-price compromise deal - £6m down to £5.25m. (The People)

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I would call it unfortunate... He is not the same defender as two years ago and in my opinion, would not improve our defence one bit. Not only because he had a break down last year and was out for 2 months, but because he was rubbish at the world cup (came on for second half against Sweden and was to blame for (both?) goals. I wonder why Wenger let him go on a free at a time when he has no centre backs except senderos? :lol:


Best left well alone...

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