Sunday’s Transfer Rumours Part 2

The second half of our big batch of Sunday transfer rumours…
Liverpool’s interest in Czech Republic defender Tomas Ujfalusi has abrubtly stopped after he rebuffed a £500,00 move to join Rafa’s men…for now… (Observer)

Manchester City’s Sven Goran Eriksson is planning to splash his vast amounts of cash and swoop for Arsenal’s Lassana Diarra, Athletic Bilbao’s Andoni Iraola and Ajax ace Hedwiges Maduro. (News of the World)

Bolton’s Gary Megson is keen to cash in on Nic Anelka, and is awaiting a formal Chelsea offer, but Megson won’t be bringing in another striker; he’s after Sheffield United’s defender Chris Morgan and Dundee’s ‘keeper Grzegorz Szamotulski. (Daily Mail)

Wigan boss Steve Bruce reckons that signing a Derby defender will sort out Wigan’s defensive frailties, and Bruce will attempt to bag Derby’s Tyrone Mears to do just that. (News of the World)

After leading the line brilliantly in Tottenham’s stupendous 6-4 win over Reading, striker Dimitar Berbatov could yet move to Manchester United. (Daily Mail)
…Both Tottenham and Newcastle are leading the chase for Manchester United’s defender Wes Brown. Faced with losing Brown on a Bosman free in the summer, United could look to cash in. (Daily Mail)
…And 21 year old Dutch full back Urby Emanuelson wants to move from Ajax to White Hart Lane. (Sky Sports)

New Fulham boss Roy Hodgson has been given a £15m January transfer kitty and will make Watford’s goal-sniffer Marlon King his first signing. (People)

Everton’s James McFadden is after a move to Celtic and could throw in a transfer request to force Moyes into letting him go. (Sunday Mail)
…But Birmingham’s Alex McLeish has different plans, he wants to keep McFadden south of the border. (News of the World)
…While David Moyes wants to bring Bayern Munich’s defender Daniel van Buyten to Goodison. (various)

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