Gossip: Transfer and rumour - 13 November 2013


Manchester City plan to buy a new defender in January. Manuel Pellegrini's side have struggled without injured captain Vincent Kompany in recent weeks.
Full story: Daily Mail 
Malaga have told former boss Pellegrini that they are not interested in selling goalkeeper Willy Caballero, 32, and midfielder Sergi Darder, 19, to City.
Full story: Daily Mirror 
Chelsea midfielder Ramires, 26, says he has little interest in a proposed transfer to Real Madrid.
Full story: London Evening Standard 


Southampton midfielder Adam Lallana, 23, and forward Jay Rodriguez, 24, could make their England debuts against Chile on Friday after a series of injuries.
Full story: Daily Mirror 
Midfielder Michael Carrick, 32, is close to signing a two-year contract extension with Manchester United.
Full story: the Guardian 
But Carrick could be sidelined until Christmas after receiving an injection to resolve a persistent Achilles tendon injury.
Dan Petrescu played for Sheffield Wednesday, Chelsea, Bradford and Southampton in England
Petrescu played for Sheffield Wednesday, Chelsea, Bradford and Southampton in England 

Full story: Daily Telegraph 
Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish flew out to Russia on Tuesday to hold talks with Dinamo Moscow head coach and former Chelsea defender Dan Petrescu about becoming the Eagles boss.
Full story: Daily Mirror 
Roberto Di Matteo, 43, is still being paid £130,000 a week by Chelsea, despite being sacked as manager 12 months ago. The Italian was unable to reach a settlement after being dismissed last November, and will continue to receive the money until June 2014 unless he takes another job.
Full story: Daily Mail 
Sunderland defender Phil Bardsley, 28, hopes to sign a new contract with the club after being reintegrated into the first team under new head coach Gus Poyet.
Full story: The Journal 


Brooklyn Beckham's ongoing trial at Fulham was set up by Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho. Mourinho's son is already at the club as a goalkeeper, and he helped former England captain David Beckham organise the trial for his 14-year-old son.
Full story: Daily Mail 

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