Monday, December 24, 2007

transfer rumours-II

this is in continuation of the post that i have posted already ,

  • Celtic will lose out on Andreas Hinkel despite an improved bid because the defender wants to join Borussia Dortmund. (Daily Mail)
  • Bobo Balde will hold showdown talks with Celtic to find out if he has a future at the club or should join Birmingham or Sunderland during January. (Daily Express)
  • Bobo Balde wants his future sorted out before the African Nations Cup starts on 6 January and the defender hopes to remain with Celtic. (The Herald)
  • Celtic have offered out-of-favour striker Maciej Zurawski to Maccabi Tel-Aviv. (various)
  • Rangers are hoping to sign England Under-21 striker Luke Moore, but Aston Villa would prefer a permanent transfer to a loan deal. (The Sun)
  • Midfielder John Rankin has been told he can leave Inverness and hopes to move in January despite a recent return to the first-team. (The Sun)
  • Reading manager Steve Coppell is set to land Nigerian striker Udo Nwoko from Portuguese club Leixoes for £1.25m. (Daily Mirror)
  • Middlesbrough boss Gareth Southgate will add Sheffield United's Rob Hulse to his squad for around £2.2m (Daily Mirror)
  • Cesc Fabregas' agent has said there is "no chance" the young Arsenal star will move to Real Madrid despite interest from the Spanish giants. (The Sun)
  • Chelsea are eyeing up a move for Barcelona's 16-year-old starlet Thiago Alcantara, who has yet to sign a pro deal at the Nou Camp. (The Sun)
  • Bryan Robson is hoping new signing Gary Speed can persuade former Bolton colleague Ivan Campo to join him at Bramall Lane. (The Sun)
  • Tottenham striker Darren Bent is keen to link up with his former Charlton boss Alan Curbishley at West Ham. (Daily Star)
  • Dundee United hope to secure Leicester striker Eric Odhiambo on loan until the end of the season. (Daily Express)
  • Gretna will be paid £20,000 by Dundee United for left-back Danny Grainger, who will sign a two-and-a-half year contract. (Daily Express)
  • St Mirren are close to securing New England Revolution midfielder Andrew Dorman on an 18-month contract. (various)

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