Liverpool Chase £10m England Striker, Chelsea to Sell Torres, Man City Plan £40m Arsenal Bid, Newcastle United Star to Quit, Man United Plan Serie A Winger Bid and Tottenham Forced to Sell

Transfer Rumour Round-Up. The run-down on the latest rumours and speculation.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is considering selling striker Fernando Torres in the summer following the Spain star’s so-far unsuccessful £50m switch from Liverpool.

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Liverpool favourites to land England striker.

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Manchester City are lining up a sensational £40m bid for Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere – and the Eastlands club will tempt the 19-year-old with an offer to double his wages to £100,000 a week.

Source: News of the World

City are also keeping an eye on Udinese’s Chilean winger Alexis Sanchez.

Source: News of the World

Tottenham may sell Gareth Bale after conceding they would have to listen to offers of above £30m for the Welsh winger. The news will alert the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool as well as Real Madrid and Inter Milan.

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Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner is wanted by German side Hamburg, who may be able to prise him from north London for £8m.

Source: Mail on Sunday

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel has told a Danish newspaper that Wayne Rooney would be better off at a club such as Real Madrid.

Source: Sunday Mirror

Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio has dismissed reports he may be leaving the club for Manchester United.


Newcastle midfielder Joey Barton is on the verge of quitting the club after talks over a new deal broke down.

Source: News of the World

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is looking to get Zinedine Zidane’s teenage son Enzo, currently at Real Madrid, on the books at Old Trafford.

Read More: Sunday Mirror

Liverpool are considering offering Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Freidel a chance to return to Anfield amid rumours that Pepe Reina may be seeking a move away from Merseyside in the summer.

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