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Robbie Keane on the move?
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11.30 BST We'll that's all we have time for this evening, but be sure to check back on Monday for more transfer updates.
10.45 BST Hibs boss Hughes might be 'disturbed' by Celtic's interest in top scorer Anthony Stokes but the two clubs have agreed a transfer fee.
21.51 BST Spanish giants Real Madrid could be set to beat Liverpool to PSV Eindhoven's 24-year-old hot-shot Ola Toivonen.
20.34 BST Sunderland are in negotiations with Rennes over the transfer of Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan. Full story.
20.10 BST Man City manager Roberto Mancini expects Roque Santa Cruz and Robinho to leave the club before the transfer window closes. Asked if there are offers on the table, he said: "For Roque and Robinho, yes."
19.34 BST Liverpool have made an official enquiry for West Ham United striker Carlton Cole, according to reports.
19.07 BST Sunderland manager Steve Bruce thinks Wigan's £9 million valuation of Charles N'Zogbia is too much. Bruce said: "I'm a big admirer of him, but that sort of money might be too rich."
18.10 BST Tuttosport are reporting that Tottenham Hotspur are on the brink of signing Sulley Muntari from Inter Milan.
17.43 BST: Juventus are in for Arsenal left-back Armand Traore. The Frenchman is not needed at the Emirates and the Italians need a defender or two. Perfect fit?
16.04 BST: Stoke are in talks to sign Eidur Gudjohnsen from Monaco. The Icelander played for Spurs last season, so he could be tempted by a Premier League return.
14.51 BST: Sami Hyypia has agreed to extend his contract with Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen by an extra year before then joining the coaching team. ''We are glad that such a key player and symbol of our team like Sami has been tied down to us for a longer term,'' said Bayer's general manager Wolfgang Holzhauser.
14.42 BST: Despite interest from Arsenal, Everton's Phil Jagielka is happy at Goodison. "I'd like to think I'm grounded. I love playing football and I love being at Everton, and I'm not going to try to bully my way into getting a transfer,'' he said. ''I've always felt loyalty. I found it really hard to leave Sheff. Here, I've been given a chance by a great club and hopefully playing here will lead to many more England appearances. Me and the gaffer spoke (about Arsenal) and he let me know where the land lay. I was more than happy with his explanation and I'd like to think the way I've played so far this season shows it's blatantly obvious that I'm happy to still be here.''
13.53 BST: Former Liverpool and Barcelona midfielder Luis Garcia has agreed terms with Greek side Panathinaikos. “It is an exceptional honour for me that I will be able to continue my career with Panathinaikos. It is a big opportunity for me to win new titles in my career with the biggest club in Greece,” he said.
13.33 BST: More from West Ham camp. Former Hammer Alessandro Diamanti has revealed why he left "No one pushed me out but when I met the new coach Avram Grant, he didn't tell me anything but I understood wouldn't have been a regular in the team. When I realised that, I asked my agent to move me as quickly as possible,'' he said.
13.12 BST: Ashley Young is still on the radar of Tottenham. Boss Harry Redknapp told the News of the World: "Ashley Young is difficult but it could all change. Someone might pop up, maybe a loan."
12.57 BST: Hammers co-owner David Gold admits signing David Beckham is no longer going to happen. "It was a possibility and we really did try to get him, but we have not heard back," Gold said to The Sunday Express. ''It would appear he has gone on to other things and now we have to move on too."
12.34 BST: West Ham have made a bid for Hamburg's defender Guy Demel. Will that help them out of their hole?
11.47 BST: Zlatan Ibrahimovic has delivered a parting shot to Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola and accused him of breaking his ''dream'' of playing for the Spanish side. “When I walk into a room, [Pep] Guardiola will walk out,'' he told journalists. ''I don’t know if he is scared of me. He is the philosopher who has broken my dream of being at Barcelona. The coach did not want me and I will not waste any more time. I want to retrieve my love of football with another team. I leave with more motivation and the strength to do better. In football, things can change within 24 hours.”
11.17 BST: Shay Given could be set to move to Fulham, as Mark Hughes has lavished praise on the stopper. "Mark Schwarzer has made it clear that he would like to go to Arsenal so we are trying to look at other options," said the Fulham manager. "I'm always interested in quality players and Shay Given is a quality player. Make of that what you will. But I have said that if we can't get anyone else in, Schwarzer will have to stay."
10.58 BST: Schalke coach Felix Magath wants to sign Dutch international Klaas-Jan Huntelaar from Milan. “Of course we have held talks with Milan. However, I can say nothing about it,” he told kicker.
10.27 BST: Liverpool may not be interested in player exchanges for Javier Mascherano, but they could offer Ryan Babel or Lucas to West Ham in exchange for Carlton Cole. My money's on Lucas.
09.59 BST: Stoke chairman Peter Coates has revealed the club have rejected an offer from Chelsea for goalkeeper Asmir Begovic believed to be around £4.5 million. ''You may have heard a rumour and it may be pretty good information, but the fact is we've rejected any offer they've made. They made an enquiry and they did make an offer and it was rejected,'' he said.
09.35 BST: Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has left out Mahamadou Diarra and Royston Drenthe from his squad to face Real Mallorca, suggesting they could be on the move.
09.11 BST: Robbie Keane is being linked with a move away from Spurs again as Villa and Newcastle show some interest.
09.00 BST: Morning all, and it's a jam-packed transfer Sunday already. Here's some paper gossip for you.
News of the World: Liverpool may drop interest in PSV Eindhoven forward Ola Toivonen because of the Dutch club's £13m asking price. But they still want Carlton Cole and Paul Konchesky. Tottenham will turn their attentions to Giuseppe Rossi if their loan move for AC Milan's Klaas-Jan Huntelaar fails. They've also asked about the availability of Rio Ferdinand (?!) Craig Bellamy wants a permanent move to Cardiff if they gain promotion this season. Charles Insomnia's move to Birmingham has collapsed over wage demands.
The Sunday Express: Mario Gomez is tempted by a loan move to Liverpool. Ajax goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg will stay in Holland despite interest from Arsenal. West Ham, Wigan and Bolton are all monitoring Robert Pires (36), who is a free agent after leaving Villarreal.
The People: Jack Rodwell, £20m, to Manchester United. Is he the new Wayne Rooney? In terms of joining United from Everton at a young age for a big fee of course... Wigan could sign Franco Di Santo from Chelsea for £2m.