Latest transfers speculations Tuesday 04.11.08
All the latest football gossip
Tuesday's gossip column
Portugal winger Cristiano Ronaldo has hinted that he may be ready to sign a contract extension at Manchester United.
Manchester United defender Gary Neville could also be heading for a new deal at Old Trafford.
Striker Dirk Kuyt is hoping he will be rewarded for Liverpool's fine start to the season with a new contract at Anfield.
Bolton manager Gary Megson will offer £2m for Swansea midfielder Ferrie Bodde.
Celtic have been linked with a £1.2m January swoop for Portugese side Leixoes' 28-year-old free-scoring Brazilian striker Wesley.
Former Blackburn midfielder Robbie Savage could leave current club Derby for Beirut's top side Al-Ansar.
Leeds will sell young midfielder Fabian Delph to Arsenal as long as they loan the 19-year-old back to them for the rest of the season.
Stoke trio Glenn Whelan, Richard Cresswell and Danny Pugh want to quit the club to find first-team football.
Blackburn are keen on Egyptian midfielder Hosny Abd-Rabbo but face competition from Strasbourg.
Hull striker Dean Windass has threatened to leave the club after being axed for the trip to Manchester United.
Chelsea are about to hand midfielder John Obi Mikel a new £15m five-year contract.
Other gossip other than transfer news.............
Former Newcastle manager Sam Allardyce has rejected the chance to become the new manager at Queens Park Rangers.
Ex-Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has turned down the opportunity to become manager of SK Brann Bergen in Norway.
New Portsmouth manager Tony Adams is set to name Martin Keown as his assistant at Fratton Park.
But Adams faces competition from Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger who wants to bring Keown in as a defensive coach.
Former Chelsea manager Avram Grant is being lined up to replace Adams should he fail at Portsmouth.
Ex-Newcastle midfielder Lee Clark is the early favourite to become the new boss at Carlisle.
Carlisle are also said to be keen on Steve Cotterill as they look to replace John Ward.
Ex-Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock, who is now Crystal Palace manager, is considering joining his former Blades players in seeking compensation over the Carlos Tevez saga. An independent tribunal ruled West Ham broke Premier League rules when they played Tevez, who is now at Manchester United, at the end of the 2006/7 season and that the striker then went on to play a key role in keeping the Hammers up as Sheffield United were relegated.
Chelsea have already booked their hotel for this season's Champions League final in Rome.
AC Milan will pay for England midfielder David Beckham's bodyguards as part of the deal to secure his loan spell from Los Angeles Galaxy.