Gossip: Transfer and rumours - 18 October 2013

Fulham manager Martin Jol has ruled out a January loan move for 20-year-old Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha.
Full story: ESPN 
Benfica midfielder Nemanja Matic, 25, is interested in rejoining Chelsea during the January transfer window.
Full story: Metro 
Spanish club Valencia are ready to make Liverpool an offer to take 20-year-old defender Tiago Ilori on loan in January.
Full story: Daily Express 

Leeds United look set to open contract talks with teenager Alex Mowatt, 18, in an effort to ensure the midfielder's long-term future is at Elland Road.
Full story: Yorkshire Evening Post 
Cardiff City winger Kadeem Harris, 20, is set to join League One side Brentford on loan.
Full story: Wales Online 
French club St Etienne say they are under no financial pressure to sell 18-year-old defender Kurt Zouma, who has been linked with a move to the Premier League.
Full story: Daily Express 
Northampton manager Aidy Boothroyd expects to add a centre-forward to his squad in time for Saturday's League Two visit of Dagenham and Redbridge.
Full story: Northampton Chronicle and Echo 


Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says 33-year-old club captain Steven Gerrard is "probably the best player" he has worked with "at a high tempo".
Full story: Daily Mirror 
Mexico coach Victor Manuel Vucetich, 58, is set to lose his job to Club America boss Miguel Herrera, 45.
Full story: NBC Sports 

Former Napoli player Diego Maradona, 52, says he would like manage the Serie A club when current coach Rafael Benitez leaves.
Full story: La Gazzetta Dello Sport (in Italian) 
Newcastle fans will march in protest against club owner Mike Ashley prior to the Magpies' home game against Liverpool on Saturday.
Full story: the Guardian 

Former Brazil forward Romario, 47, has called for protests against the 2014 World Cup being held in his country because of the cost of staging it.
Full story: Daily Mirror 
A Wolves fan will miss his first home game since 1976 to attend his stepdaughter's wedding.
Full story: Metro 

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