Gossip: Transfer and rumour - 14 January, 2014

Chelsea will re-sign Serbia midfielder Nemanja Matic, 25, from Benfica for £22m - three years after selling him to the Portuguese giants for £3m.
Full story: Guardian 
Sporting Lisbon have entered the race for Manchester United winger Nani, 27.
Full story: Daily Star 
But Fulham are ready to hijack the deal with their own move for the Portugal international.
Xavi has been with Barcelona since the age of 11
Full story: Metro 
Manchester City want to sign Barcelona central midfielder Xavi, 33, to play for their new Major League Soccer franchise New York City FC in 2015.
Full story: Daily Telegraph 
Manchester United boss David Moyes has held talks with Juventus over a planned double move for 20-year-old Paul Pogba - who left Old Trafford 18 months ago - and fellow midfielder Arturo Vidal, 26.
Full story: Daily Mail 
But Moyes is set to miss out on Benfica's Argentine defender Ezequiel Garay, 27, who is poised for a move to Russian club Zenit St Petersburg instead.
Full story: Daily Express 
Borussia Monchengladbach's Netherlands international striker Luuk de Jong, 23, has admitted that he is open to joining Newcastle.
Luuk De Jong
Luuk de Jong joined Borussia Monchengladbach from FC Twente in 2012
Full story: Newcastle Chronicle 
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert will make Wigan striker Grant Holt, 32, his first signing of the transfer window.
Full story: Daily Mirror 
Fulham's Costa Rica international forward Bryan Ruiz, 28, is set to join PSV Eindhoven following talks last weekend.
Full story: London Evening Standard 
Burnley's 21-goal top scorer Danny Ings, 21, is staying at Turf Moor at least until the end of the season as they bid for promotion to the Premier League, says manager Sean Dyche.
Full story: Lancashire Telegraph 


Manchester United manager David Moyes will offer captain Nemanja Vidic, 32, a new 12-month deal in a bid to keep him at Old Trafford beyond this summer.
Full story: Daily Mirror 
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says he wants to stay at Stamford Bridge for the rest of his career.
Raheem Sterling
Winger Raheem Sterling has started Liverpool's last 10 matches
Full story: London Evening Standard 
Andre Villas-Boas is taking a break from the game after losing his job as Tottenham manager last month.
Full story: Sun (subscription required) 
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has admitted that selling Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil, 25, to Arsenal in September was a mistake.
Full story: Daily Express 
Winger Raheem Sterling, 19, has what it takes to win a place in England's World Cup squad, according to his Liverpool team-mate and national team captain Steven Gerrard.
Full story: Liverpool Echo 
Paul Ince insists he will not quit as Blackpool manager despite a run of seven defeats in eight Championship games.
Full story: Blackpool Gazette 
Stoke keeper Jack Butland, 20, has posted an appeal on Twitter for help to track down his car - which was stolen hours before he made his full Premier League debut in Sunday's 5-3 defeat at home to Liverpool.
Full story: Stoke Sentinel 


Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has enjoyed a happy atmosphere  during a sunshine break in Barbados - after being joined by comedian Russ Abbot.
Russ Abbot
Russ Abbot is well-known for his 1984 UK top-10 hit Atmosphere and his BBC sketch show
Full story: Metro 
Ex-England keeper Paul Robinson's match-winning display for Blackburn against Doncaster on Saturday has won the 34-year-old a famous fan - One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson, who watched from the stands at Ewood Park.
Full story: Lancashire Telegraph 
QPR midfielder Joey Barton, 31, caused a storm on Twitter by cheekily suggesting he was a certainty to win the Ballon d'Or.
Full story: Irish Independent 

source: bbcsport 

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