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Gossip: Transfer and rumours - 21 January, 2014

Chelsea have told Manchester United they will have pay £40m for Spain midfielder Juan Mata, 25. who is keen to leave Stamford Bridge to secure regular first-team football ahead of the summer's World Cup.
Montpellier's Remy Cabella
Remy Cabella has been at Montpellier since the age of 14
Full story: Daily Mail 
 
Samuel Eto'o, 32, says he will sign for Mallorca when his short-term contract at Chelsea expires at the end of the season.
Full story: Daily Express 
 
Hull City manager Steve Bruce wants to sign Ghana international midfielder Sulley Muntari, 29, from AC Milan in a £3.9m deal.
Full story: Daily Star 
 
Turkish club Sivasspor are keen on signing West Ham striker Modibo Maiga. The Mali forward, 26, has been told he can leave the club by manager Sam Allardyce after scoring just twice in 19 games.
Full story: Daily Mail 
 
Stoke City forward Juan Agudelo, 21, has joined Dutch side FC Utrecht on loan until the end of the season as he awaits a work permit to play for the Potters.
Full story: The Sentinel 
 
Newcastle have reached an agreement to sign Montpellier's Remy Cabella, 23, but the French club say the £12m midfielder will not join the Magpies until the summer.
Full story: Metro 

OTHER GOSSIP

Sunderland's Wes Brown
Wes Brown returned for Sunderland in November after almost two years out with a knee injury 

Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal says he was approached by Tottenham as a potential successor to Andre Villas-Boas, and admits he is keen to coach in the Premier League in the future.
Full story: London Evening Standard  
 
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini expects Stevan Jovetic, 24, to be an important player for the club in the second half of the season after his recovery from hamstring and calf injuries.
Full story: Manchester Evening News 
 
Sam Allardyce believes that Fulham's transfer window approach for Ravel Morrison, 20, has unsettled his West Ham squad and acknowledges that the England Under-21 international could be sold in January.
Full story: London Evening Standard  
 
Sunderland manager Gus Poyet thinks that centre-back Wes Brown, 34, can play for the club until he is 40.
Full story: Daily Mirror 

AND FINALLY

South Korea were left shocked as Syria scored an unsportsmanlike goal during the AFC Under-22 Championship at the weekend.
Full story: Metro 
 
Police were called to Swansea City's training ground after defender Chico Flores, 26, allegedly picked up a brick during an argument with team-mate Garry Monk, 34.
Full story: Daily Mail 

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