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Sunday Transfer Rumour Gossip: Liverpool Make Sensational Dutch Playmaker Bid, Man United Close In On £15m Youngster, Arsenal Want Inter Milan Veteran, Chelsea to Axe Ten In Major Clear-Out, Tottenham Demand Real Madrid Fork Out £55m for Gareth Bale, Newcastle United Striker Bid Accepted, Man City Strike Pair Could Both Leave, Italian National Team Coach Linked With AC Milan Switch and Much Much More

by Mr Neutral

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Transfer rumour round-up.

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Tottenham demand £55m from Real Madrid for Gareth Bale as Jose Mourinho looks for Cristiano Ronaldo replacement.

Full story: CaughtOffside

Manchester City are privately discussing how much money they would receive if they sold controversial striker Mario Balotelli, 22, despite public statements to the contrary about his future.

Full story: Observer

Newcastle have had a bid accepted for Marseille striker and QPR target Loic Remy, 26.

Full story: Mail on Sunday

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp and chief scout Ian Broomfield travelled to France on Saturday night to watch defensive midfielder Yann M’Vila, 22, in action for Rennes against Bordeaux.

Full story: Sky Sports

Aston Villa are to refuse to sell £24m club record signing Darren Bent to any of their relegation rivals. The 28-year-old striker has featured in only 10 Premier League games this season due to injury and manager Paul Lambert’s preference for fellow centre forward Christian Benteke, 22.

Full story: Sunday Mirror

Stoke manager Tony Pulis could be tempted to bring in overseas loan replacements for striker Kenwyne Jones, 28, and winger Jermaine Pennant, 29, if he decides to sell the pair in the current transfer window.

Full story: Stoke Sentinel

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce admits he needs defensive reinforcements following Saturday’s 3-0 defeat at Sunderland.

Full story: talkSPORT

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