Gossip: Transfer and rumour - June 11,2014

The 2014 World Cup is made for Wayne Rooney, according to Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, who thinks England could win the trophy if they survive a difficult group. The Sun (subscription) 
Wayne Rooney
Wayne Rooney has scored one goal in eight World Cup appearances 

England manager Roy Hodgson could deploy Liverpool's Raheem Sterling in a number 10 role when his side face Italy in Manaus in their World Cup Opener on Saturday. Daily Mirror 
New Aston Villa and ex-England midfielder Joe Cole says Wayne Rooney will deliver match winning performances for the Three Lions at the World Cup. Talksport 
England would be wise to move for Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers or Everton's Roberto Martinez as successor to manager Roy Hodgson, according to Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp. Talksport 


Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has identified Barcelona striker Alexis Sanchez as a £20m transfer target. The Guardian 
Inter Milan are ready to test Manchester City's resolve to keep striker Stevan Jovetic, just a year after the Premier League champions bought the 24-year-old from Fiorentina for £22m. The Mirror 
Arsenal will welcome striker Carlos Vela back to the Emirates next season as Real Sociedad's president confirmed the Gunners have expressed their desire to take up a £3.2m buy-back clause on the 25-year-old Mexican. Daily Express 
Micah Richards
Micah Richards only made 10 appearances for Manchester City in 2013-14 

Atletico Madrid defender Miranda, 29, could be set to leave the Spanish capital after stating he has had offers to move to England. InsideFutbol 
West Ham are believed to be pursuing a move for Micah Richards, with the 25-year-old defender poised to reject a new contract at Manchester City. Metro 
Tottenham and Liverpool are tracking Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Karl Darlow, 23. Daily Mail 
Liverpool's attempt to sign 21-year-old left-back Alberto Moreno from Seville for £16.2m has reached a halt because the La Liga side have reportedly demanded the bulk of the transfer fee up front. The Independent 


Southampton are closing in on appointing a new manager following Mauricio Pochettino's exit to Tottenham, according to the club's executive director Les Reed. FourFourTwo 
Hull City boss Steve Bruce is the Saints' number-one target to fill their vacant manager's role. Daily Mirror 


Netherlands striker Robin van Persie may want to stay away from the beach after being hit by a stray kite surfer while strolling on the Rio water front on Monday. Metro 

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