Latest transfers speculations Tuesday 02.12.08

All the latest football gossip

Tuesday's gossip column

Manchester City's Robinho has urged the club to buy Brazilian defenders Kleber and Thiago Silva.

Everton are lining up a shock move for 37-year-old striker Henrik Larsson, who is a free agent after ending the Swedish season at Helsingborg.

Arsenal are weighing up a 6m move for Barcelona midfielder Yaya Toure, the brother of Gunners defender Kolo.

Liverpool and Manchester United have their eyes on Argentina midfielder Franco Zuculini.

Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill will be handed 18m to sign a new striker in January.

Chelsea striker Didier Drogba is at the centre of a fresh tug-of-war between the Blues and Inter Milan.

Arsenal defender Armand Traore, who is on loan at Portsmouth, is wanted by Middlesbrough.

West Ham have failed to sign Juventus striker Sebastian Giovinco as the Italians see the 20-year-old as part of their first-team plans.

Oldham striker Lee Hughes will be allowed to leave if any club matches a 400,000 get-out clause in his contract.

West Brom boss Tony Mowbray is lining up a 1m bid for Doncaster midfielder Brian Stock.

Wigan striker Marlon King is eager to make his loan move to Hull a permanent switch in January.

Hull defender Wayne Brown, 31, has been assured he does have a future at the club.

Ajax forward Klaas-Jan Huntelaar will reject a move to the Premier League in favour of joining Real Madrid in a 17m switch.

Plymouth and MK Dons will battle it out to sign QPR defender Zesh Rehman in January.

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

Roy Keane could have only three games left as Sunderland manager - if he goes on to lose a fifth successive league game, his position could be untenable.

Sheffield United want more than 30m compensation from West Ham over the Carlos Tevez affair.

Ipswich are poised to approach Alan Curbishley about succeeding manager Jim Magilton.

Leeds boss Gary McAllister will be sacked at the end of the season if he fails to win promotion.

Former Scunthorpe and Walsall boss Richard Money is one of the favourites to be the new Crewe manager.

Hearts players face a fresh row with Tynecastle bosses over missing win bonus money after receiving their wages late for the second time this season.

Livingston manager Roberto Landi found out news of his sacking by logging on to the club's website.

Birmingham will spend more than 100,000 to give all their season ticket holders free entry to their FA Cup match against Wolves as a thank you gesture for their support.