Sunday’s Transfer Rumour Frenzy! Part 2

Newcastle and England striker Michael Owen has now declared that he is happy to stay at the club, despite the revelation that his autobiography was littered with disparaging remarks about Kevin Keegan’s managerial technique. (Various)

Italian giants Lazio are chasing the signature of Chelsea’s Peruvian striker Claudio Pizarro. (News of the World)

Manchester City boss Sven Goran Eriksson is ready to rescue goalkeeper Paul Robinson from his Tottenham nighmare. (The People)
…Whilst Tottenham’s Juande Ramos is looking to bring in Le Mans keeper Yohann Pele as a replacement for gaffe-prone Robbo. (Sunday Mirror)

A heaving throng of clubs including Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid are all sniffing around 15-year-old Brazilian wonderkid Neymar. (News of the World)

Liverpool’s antipodean cripple Harry Kewell could be trotting off to a free transfer(!) move to Fulham. (The People)

Manchester City and Aston Villa are both keen to get hold of “The Beast” – Real Madrid forward Julio Baptista, the ex Arsenal player. (News of the World)

Portsmouth boss Harry Redknapp wants to bring Peter Crouch back to Fratton park and is willing to shell out £9 million for him. (Sunday Mirror)
…And Portsmouth could also be planning a raid on Real Mallorca for their £5m-rated striker Daniel Guiza. (News of the World)
…Meanwhile Newcastle gaffer Kevin Keegan wants to bag Pompey centre-back Sol Campbell (Sunday Express)

Everton and Tottenham have locked horns, both clubs are after Middlesbrough and (occasional) England winger Stewart Downing. (News of the World)
…And Everton are also having a sniff around Chelsea midfielder Steve Sidwell, but realise that he will need to take a pay cut. (News of the World)

Celtic are looking to bag Wigan midfielder Jason Koumas on a loan deal. (Mail on Sunday)

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