Found January 26, 2013 on Fox Soccer:
Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining... THE SUN West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie has slapped in a transfer request. Aston Villa forward Andreas Weimann is in talks over a new contract. David Moyes expects Everton to leave it until the last seconds of the January sales once again. Roberto Mancini has told Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli: "You are not going anywhere, so pull your finger out." DAILY STAR Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to follow up the arrival of Wilfried Zaha by convincing veteran Rio Ferdinand to stay at Manchester United . Luciano Becchio has been offered a take-it-or-leave-it £4m deal to commit his long-term future to Leeds. Brighton midfielder Liam Bridcutt is looking to get the better of Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere in the FA Cup to earn himself a Premier League move. Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard faces a five-match ban for his ball-boy bust-up. DAILY MAIL Newcastle manager Alan Pardew was delighted to announce last night that captain Fabricio Coloccini has agreed to stay. West Ham have had a £1.75million bid for Montpellier defender Henri Bedimo rejected. Liverpool have made a final offer for Inter Milan midfielder Philippe Coutinho. Swansea's enquiry for Manchester United target Kurt Zouma, of St Etienne, has been rebuffed. Free agent Kieron Dyer could join Middlesbrough after being released from his QPR contract earlier this month. DAILY EXPRESS Millwall could face an FA probe after bottles were thrown onto the pitch during their FA Cup win over Aston Villa on Friday night. David Moyes is ready to drop Nikica Jelavic on Saturday in a bid to help the Everton striker rediscover his goalscoring touch. Eden Hazard is expected to have his ban increased to six games by the FA after his midweek kick at a ball-boy. DAILY MIRROR Sir Alex Ferguson is backing Wilfried Zaha to be a Manchester United stars for many years to come. Alan Pardew feels Fabricio Coloccini's decision to stay at Newcastle could be a turning point in the Magpies' season. Neil Warnock is ready to defy Luciano Becchio's exit request by picking the striker in Sunday's FA Cup tie against Tottenham at Elland Road. Stoke boss Tony Pulis has made a move to take Carl Jenkinson on loan from Arsenal. THE GUARDIAN Eden Hazard faces the prospect of a ban of more than three matches for his altercation with the Swansea City ball-boy on Wednesday night to add to Rafael Benitez's worries about the strain on his Chelsea squad. THE TELEGRAPH Ball-boys at all of England's professional clubs are being told to avoid time-wasting or other "inappropriate behaviour" by the Football Association as a result of the Eden Hazard affair. THE TIMES Sir Alex Ferguson believes that he is being victimised by the Football Association because of his high profile at Manchester United. GOAL.COM Juventus are set to sign the former Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka from Shanghai Shenhua on a six-month deal with the option to extend his stay by a further year. The 33-year-old has been linked with a number of other clubs in the transfer window, including QPR.
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