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Gossip: Transfer and rumours - 24 January, 2014

Liverpool could turn to Spartak Moscow's Brazilian midfielder Romulo, 23, who has also been scouted by Arsenal and Chelsea, after learning that Lucas Leiva could miss up to two months with a knee injury.
Full story: Daily Express 
John Terry
John terry's career at Chelsea could be coming to an end
Stoke City's Peter Crouch could be re-united with former manager Harry Redknapp who hopes to take the 32-year-old to Queens Park Rangers.
Full story: Daily Mirror 
West Ham are closing in on a double swoop that would see Italian internationals Antonio Nocerino, 28, and Marco Borriello, 31, arrive at Upton Park on loan.
Full story: Daily Express 
Cardiff City's proposed loan move for Wilfried Zaha means they will have to sign Manchester United's Fabio da Silva, 23, on a permanent basis if they want the Brazilian.
Full story: Daily Mirror 
Monaco striker Lacina Traore, 23, could still move to Everton despite a serious injury to his team mate Radamel Falcao.
Full story: Liverpool Echo 

OTHER GOSSIP

Fabio da Silva
Fabio da Silva could sign for Cardiff in time to play against Manchester United.
Chelsea captain John Terry, 33, is resigned to leaving the club at the end of the season.
Full story: Daily Mirror 
Wayne Rooney's agent holds talks with Manchester United over a new contract for the 28-year-old England striker.
Full story: Daily Mail 
Meanwhile, Manchester United may continue to spend after the transfer of Juan Mata from Chelsea, with midfield cover for the injured Michael Carrick needed.
Full story: The Times (subscription required) 
The president of Trabzonspor says a deal to take Demba Ba, 28, to the Turkish club has been halted since his Chelsea team mate Fernando Torres suffered injury.
Full story: Daily Star 
Real Madrid's club-record signing, Gareth Bale, 24, says more British players should follow in his footsteps and move overseas.
Full story: The Sun (subscription required) 
Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston wants talks with sacked manager Paul Ince about the future of son Tom, 18, who has been linked with a move to Monaco.
Wes Hoolahan
Wes Hoolahan is unsettled at Norwich after Aston Villa's approach for him was turned down
Full story: Daily Mail 
Norwich City's Wes Hoolahan, 31, is not in the right frame of mind to play for the club after his transfer request and a bid from Aston Villa were rejected.
Full story: Metro 

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