Tuesday’s Transfer Rumours: Part 1

Like a determined and spotty teen stalking a hot prom date Tottenham are to once again approach Rangers full-back Alan Hutton and will be praying that their fancy tux convinces the Scot that he is making the right move. (Various)
…Juande Ramos is also set to bag Juventus midfielder Tiago, after agreeing a fee with the Italians for the midfielder. (Various)

Newcastle fat cat Mike Ashley is plotting a sensational swoop for David Beckham, well it’s sensational until you see which newspaper is bringing us this story. (Mirror)

Everton boss David Moyes wants to reignite the passionate admiration that he once held for Sean Davis and take him from Fratton to Goodison Park. (Times)
…And Everton are still sniffing around Middlesbrough winger Stuart Downing, and could throw a £10m bid into the ring…Again, don’t get too excited, have a look at the source. (Lancashire Evening Post)

Fulham boss Roy Hodgson is yet again displaying the vast clientèle network that he has built up over his years in the continent by signing 30-year old former Manchester United has-been striker Erik Nevland from FC Gronigen . (Various)

Harry Redknapp wants Peter Crouch to leave Liverpool and run down to Portsmouth, and with Crouchigol’s lankiness that should be a short stroll. (Various)
…And Redknapp has also been romantically linked with a swoop for Anfield-ex Milan Baros, who is currently with Lyon. (Various)
…And ‘Arry ‘is a busy man, h’apparently ‘e is after Villa’s Patrick Berger, innit. (Various)

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will swoop for West Ham goalie Robert Green, but any bid won’t be coming until the summer. (Daily Express)

West Ham are looking towards Spain to bolster their defense. The Hammers are keen to sign the Argentine defender Leandro Somoza.The Argentine is currently on loan with the Andalucian strugglers Real Betis, and West Ham will have to battle Lazio for his signature. (Independent)

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