Transfer Rumour Round-Up: Tottenham and West Ham Set for £12m Swap, Chelsea Chase Centre Back, Liverpool Consider Torres Options and Manchester United Sign £20m Rated England International

The run-down on the latest rumours and speculation.

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Tottenham and West Ham Set for £12m Swap Deal

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Chelsea are preparing to smash the British transfer record with a £50m offer for Liverpool striker Fernando Torres.

Read More: Daily Telegraph

The Merseysiders will only allow Torres to join Chelsea if they can secure the services of Nicolas Anelka in return.

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Chelsea Plot Move to Sign Bolton Centre Back Gary Cahill

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As they prepare for life without Torres, Liverpool are ready to make an £18m swoop for Aston Villa’s Ashley Young – as well as finalising the transfers of Ajax striker Luis Suarez and Blackpool midfielder Charlie Adam.

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Villarreal have rebuffed Tottenham’s advances for former Manchester United striker Giuseppe Rossi. The north London side have had a £30m bid rejected.
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Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has also been denied in his attempts to sign Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Llorente for £33m.
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Spurs are putting together a final-day bid to prise Everton captain Phil Neville away from Goodison Park.
Full story: Daily Mail

Barcelona sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta has confirmed that the Spanish champions are interested in Tottenham’s left-sided player Gareth Bale. The Welsh international is also being monitored by Inter Milan and Real Madrid.

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Manchester United have emerged as favourites to sign Sunderland’s emerging England international Jordan Henderson.

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Chelsea are preparing to upset Liverpool further by swooping for Reds target Dimitri Payet. The 23-year-old winger plays for French side St Etienne.

Read More: Daily Mail

Tottenham have set their sights on West Ham midfielder Scott Parker after striker Robbie Keane agreed a loan deal to Upton Park.

Read More: Daily Mail

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