Going For A. Song
Reports in Catalonia claim that Liverpool are ready to step into the discussions between Barcelona and West Ham and snap up the Cameroonian midfielder Alex Song.
The Hammers have been unable to agree a fee to make the on-loan star’s switch to East London a permanent one, and the Reds are now thought to be ready to offer more money and pounce for the ex-Arsenal man who has impressed many this season.
Just what they need? Yes. With Steven Gerrard on the way out and Lucas Leiva’s future uncertain a move for Song could be just the right note for the Reds.
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Manchester City are ready to make a surprise move for Southampton’s forgotten man Jay Rodriguez, who is nearing a comeback from his cruciate ligament injury.
Even though they are getting Bony? Apparently so. City need English players to fill the quota in their squad with James Milner and Scott Sinclair apparently leaving and so that might be a factor here. Liverpool and Spurs have also long been linked to Rodriguez.
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Morgan To Manchester?
Another Southampton player again being linked with an exit is Morgan Schneiderlin, who has now completed the set by being lined up for a £25m move to Manchester United.
He loves the gossip columns. He does. The Frenchman appears oblivious to the fact that he’s already playing in a very good team and seems set to leave St Mary’s sooner rather than later. He should at least wait until the summer though.
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Tottenham forward Emmanuel Adebayor is on the brink of exiting White Hart Lane, but he’ll need to reduce his wage demands if he is to secure a move to Serie A strugglers Parma.
Adebayor wanting money? Believe it or not, yes. The Togolese’s time at Tottenham appears to be close to termination, but Serie A would seem like a strange choice for him. Watch this space.
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Ravel To Rome?
West Ham tearaway Ravel Morrison could be heading to Lazio in his latest attempt to save a troubled career which has been blighted by off-field problems.
What? Really? Apparently so. The Hammers have given up on the 21-year-old Englishman and have made him available for a free transfer, with the Serie A giants reportedly heading the queue of five clubs trying to sign him. Stranger things have happened, right?
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