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Tottenham have offered Robbie Keane plus £2m to West Ham in exchange for Hammers captain Scott Parker. (Daily Telegraph)

After Edwin van der Sar confirmed he will retire at the end of the season, Manchester United are ready to make a £20m move for Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina as his replacement. (Daily Star)

Or, United will target Lyon’s French international goalkeeper Hugo Lloris as Van der Sar’s successor. (Metro)

Ajax have turned down another bid from Liverpool for striker Luis Suarez, believed to be around £17m. (Independent)

Blackburn’s new owners Venky’s are prepared to show they mean business by sanctioning an £8m bid for West Brom midfielder Graham Dorrans, who was a target for West Ham in the summer. (Daily Mail)

Tottenham defender Jonathan Woodgate could join Wolves on loan for the rest of the season. (The Sun)

Liverpool forward Milan Jovanovic is understood to have turned down the chance to join Bundesliga club Wolfsburg. (Goal.com)

Chelsea are going to miss out on Brazilian forward Lucas Piazon, who has rejected their advances and will instead join Juventus. (talkSPORT)

Sunderland are now targeting Wigan striker Hugo Rodallega in their search for a replacement for Darren Bent. (Metro)

But Black Cats boss Steve Bruce is on the brink of signing Stephane Sessegnon from Paris Saint-Germain. (The Times)

With Fulham’s bid for Shaun Wright-Phillips having stalled over wage demands, Cottagers boss Mark Hughes is now targeting Spurs midfielder Nico Kranjcar. (Metro)

Birmingham striker Nikola Zigic could be set for a loan move to Spanish side Racing Santander. (talkSPORT)

Middlesbrough have rejected a £1m bid for Leroy Lita from Wigan. (The Sun)

Aston Villa are interested in Celtic left-back Emilio Izaguirre. (Daily Mail)

Real Madrid have said unsettled striker Karim Benzema will not be leaving the Bernabeu despit being linked with moves to Tottenham and Liverpool. (The Times)

Inter Milan are preparing a £40m summer swoop for Tottenham star Gareth Bale. (Guardian)


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