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Transfer Talk Round Up: Liverpool Offload £12m Pair, Tottenham Plan Another Everton Swoop, Chelsea Close to Centre Back Signing and Arsenal to Sell Mexican

The run-down on the latest rumours and speculation

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Ryan Babel agrees Hoffenheim deal. Dutch winger to finalise move to Bundesliga on Tuesday.

Read More: Sky Sports

Chelsea defender Alex could leave Stamford Bridge for AC Milan as the Londoners step up their bid to sign Benfica centre-back David Luiz.

Read More: Metro

Liverpool’s attempt to sign striker Luis Suarez from Ajax has ended in failure, according to reports in the Netherlands.

Read More: talkSPORT

Valon Behrami’s future at West Ham will become clearer in the next 48 hours after the Swiss international midfielder landed in Italy on Monday to undergo a medical at Fiorentina.

Read More: Metro

Wolfsburg manager Steve McClaren has offered £6m for Liverpool’s Milan Jovanovic.

Read More: talkSPORT

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the club will make an offer for Lille midfielder Eden Hazard.

Read More: Metro

Under-pressure Birmingham boss Alex McLeish is set to step up his pursuit of Cardiff striker Jay Bothroyd this week.

Read More: Metro

Liverpool Prepare Surprise Move for Real Madrid Striker Karim Benzema.

Read More: Sportingo

Arsenal’s Carlos Vela is on the verge of joining Valencia after a deal was agreed in London last week, according to reports in Spain.

Full story: talkSPORT

Luis Fabiano Tottenham Bound?

Read More: Guardian

Only days after landing Steven Pienaar, Tottenham are looking to continue their raid on Everton by preparing a fresh bid for captain Phil Neville.

Read More: Daily Mirror

West Ham hope to sign controversial Blackburn striker El-Hadji Diouf before the end of the transfer window.

Read More: Daily Mirror

Manchester City midfielder Shaun Wright-Phillips is being linked with Bolton after being seen at the Reebok Stadium for their game against his former side Chelsea on Monday night.

Read More: Daily Mirror

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