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Monday, 21 January 2013

TODAY'S SOCCER GOSSIPS INCLUDING TRANSFER NEWS 21/01/2013

Arsenal are weighing up a last-minute move for 23-year-old Montpellier defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa. Newcastle have already agreed a fee with Montpellier for the France international.

Arsenal have been offered 26-year-old Lyon midfielder Yoann Gourcuff on loan as the French club look to offload his £80,000 a week wages.

Wigan could move to sign defenders Sebastian Coates, 22, and Ronald Zubar, 27, from Liverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers respectively on loan.

Fulham want to sign Olympiakos defender Vasilis Torosidis, 27, for £500,000. He is out of contract in the summer.



Reading are considering a £1.5m move for Birmingham defender Curtis Davies, 27.

Wolves and Doncaster are battling it out to sign striker Jason Scotland, 33. He is a free agent after leaving Ipswich.

Mario Balotelli's Manchester City future could be decided this week, with talks expected between the champions and AC Milan on Monday. The clubs are yet to agree a fee for the 22-year-old striker.

Norwich City are set to sign goalkeeper Lee Camp, 28, on a free as he is being released by Nottingham Forest.

QPR are looking into a move for Chelsea's 32-year-old French midfielder Florent Malouda.

Liverpool have been told they will have to up their offer to land Inter Milan midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 20, after they had an £8m bid rejected.

Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha is in line to keep his place in the England squad for next month's friendly with Brazil at Wembley.

Ashley Cole, 32, has become the highest paid defender in world football after negotiating a one-year contract with Chelsea worth just under £200,000 a week.

Matt Le Tissier criticises Southampton chairman Nicola Cortese for sacking Nigel Adkins accusing the club's chairman of having "a bit of an ego problem".

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