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BERBATOV WANTS A MOVE - AGENT

Dimitar Berbatov could leave Tottenham for a club "which matches his ambition".



UNITED EYE PORTO ACE BOSWINGA

Carlos Quieroz has confirmed Manchester United are tracking Porto's Jose Bosingwa.



BAGGIES WILL LET HARTSON GO

Championship leaders West Brom are prepared to let John Hartson leave in January.



SOUTHGATE SUPPORT FOR RIVAL ALLARDYCE

Gareth Southgate has backed his under-pressure Newcastle manager Sam Allardyce.



FRUSTRATED HINKEL EYES EXIT

Celtic target Andreas Hinkel admits he is frustrated by his lack of opportunities at Sevilla.



DEMIR TO JOIN EXCELSIOR

Excelsior have agreed a six-month loan deal for NAC Breda defender Aykut Demir.



FLAMENGO PREPARE RONALDO BID

Brazilian giants Flamengo have confirmed that they will make an offer to sign Ronaldo in the next fortnight.



JEWELL ANXIOUS TO IMPROVE RAMS

Derby manager Paul Jewell is anxious to strengthen his hand when the transfer window opens.



BENITEZ CLOSE TO NEW SIGNINGS

Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez says he may look to bring in "one or two" players in January.



LEVY - SPURS NOT A SELLING CLUB

Tottenham look to have ruled out any chance of Dimitar Berbatov leaving in January.



MODRIC SNUBS PREMIER LEAGUE

Luka Modric has disappointed a host of English clubs by staying at Dinamo Zagreb.



DECO HINTS AT BARCA EXIT

Barcelona midfielder Deco has hinted that he could be interested in a move to England.



URBY EYES SPURS SWITCH

Ajax's Urby Emanuelson has set his heart on a move to Spurs, according to his agent.



EZQUERRO EYES BRITISH MOVE

Barcelona midfielder Santiago Ezquerro has said he would like to move to a club in England or Scotland.



CELTIC MAKE ROBSON MOVE

Celtic have reportedly contacted Dundee United about a deal for Barry Robson.



AL QAHTANI REJECTS CITY MOVE

Asian Player of the Year Yasser Al Qahtani says he has turned down Manchester City.



AMAURI EYES SUMMER SWITCH

Palermo striker Amauri admits it would be "an honour" for him to play for Juventus or AC Milan.



ALLARDYCE MUST EVOLVE - SIR BOBBY

Sir Bobby Robson believes Sam Allardyce needs a more expansive style at Newcastle.



O'CALLAGHAN BACK IN TOWN

George O'Callaghan is back at Ipswich having confirmed he will not be staying at Brighton.



RUSCULLEDA SET FOR HOOPS SWITCH

QPR are on the verge of signing Argentinian midfielder Sebastian Rusculleda, according to the player's agent.