Latest transfers speculations Tuesday 22.07.08

All the latest football gossip

Tuesday's gossip column

Hull striker Dean Windass will not be moving to Leeds as he wants "another crack at the Premier League".

AC Milan deny receiving a 150 million euros (120m) offer from Chelsea or any other club for Kaka.

The Italian giants have revealed that Real Madrid are also interested in Brazilian playmaker Kaka.

Chelsea deny making a bid for Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o - despite the Cameroon international's claims otherwise.

Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho has given up hope of signing Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich invited AC Milan representatives on to his personal yacht - but the Italian club still refused to sell Brazilian playmaker Kaka.

Real Madrid will not sell Robinho to Chelsea unless they can persuade Cristiano Ronaldo to sign from Manchester United.

Blackburn winger David Bentley has pulled out of the club's training camp in Germany as his frustration grows over the slow progress of his transfer to Tottenham.

Blackburn are willing to sell Bentley - but only if an offer of more than 18m comes in.

Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor refused to commit to the club during talks with manager Arsene Wenger on Monday.

Aston Villa are after 6ft 7in Valencia striker Nicola Zigic. He is available for 5m.

Villa will sign Blackburn keeper Brad Friedel for 2m as a short-term solution before snapping up Wayne Hennessey from Wolves in a year's time.

Everton remain keen on 16m Joao Moutinho despite the midfielder's club Sporting Lisbon insisting he is not for sale.

Tottenham boss Juande Ramos has been told to increase his 16m offer for Zenit St Petersburg forward Andrei Arshavin. Zenit want 21.5m.

Manchester City are poised to splash out 6m on Espanyol midfielder Pablo Zabaleta.

Defender Lucas Neill says he is not leaving West Ham, despite being linked with a move to Galatasaray.

Hull have agreed a 300,000 fee for Borussia Dortmund midfielder Delron Buckley.

Hull are close to signing Wigan striker Marlon King for 3m and are trying to persuade Bolton to reduce their 3m asking price for Abdoulaye Meite.

Bolton have had a 320,000 offer for Levante winger Mustapha Riga turned down.

Eidur Gudjohnsen says he is staying at Barcelona after turning down a 5m move to West Ham.

Fulham have finally agreed a deal for Swedish defender Fredrik Stoor. He will join from Rosenborg for 2m.

Kevin Keegan is at loggerheads with the Newcastle board, who are ready to sell James Milner for more than 10m.

Liverpool are thought to be ready to make a fresh bid for former England Under-21 player Milner.

Newcastle boss Keegan is confident Charles N'Zogbia will stay at St James' Park.

Keegan is thought to be pondering a bid for former Arsenal winger Jose Antonio Reyes, who has fallen out of favour at Atletico Madrid.

Birmingham boss Alex McLeish has put his 575,000 move for Stephen Pearson on hold because the Derby midfielder will not be fit for a month.

Sheffield United will complete the 2m signing of Watford striker Darius Henderson on Tuesday.

Carlisle have slapped a 1.14m price tag on striker Joe Garner, with Nottingham Forest ready to swoop.

Blackpool are close to a 500,000 deal for Real Sociedad's Welsh midfielder David Vaughan.

Teemu Tainio's arrival at Sunderland from Spurs could pave the way for Dean Whitehead to join Stoke.

Black Cats boss Roy Keane remains keen on Spurs striker Darren Bent.

Celtic are close to wrapping up a deal for Romania defender Gabriel Tamas of Auxerre.

Dundee United have turned down Reading's 500,000 bid for striker Noel Hunt.

Other gossip other than transfer news.............

Reading boss Steve Coppell has warned he will raise the prices of his players the nearer it gets to the transfer deadline because he would not be able to find replacements.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has backed Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson's stance against Real Madrid over winger Cristiano Ronaldo, accusing the Spanish club of being "irresponsible".

Old Trafford boss Ferguson has warned Michael Carrick he faces a battle to win a place in the England team.

Former Colombia keeper Rene Higuita's 'scorpion kick' has been voted football's greatest trick in an online poll. His audacious effort in a friendly against England at Wembley beat Ronaldinho's 'elastic dribble' into second place. Cristiano Ronaldo's step-overs tied for third.

Younes Kaboul's move from Tottenham to Sunderland is poised to go through - despite the player's agent saying Kaboul wouldn't join the Black Cats "even if there was an earthquake".