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Football Gossip Round Up Wednesday 3rd April - Latest on Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur

By: Tyrone King 03 Apr 2013 09:02:04

Football Gossip Round Up Wednesday 3rd April - Latest on Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur

Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway wants to be reunited with 27-year-old Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam, whom he managed at Blackpool, if his Eagles team gain promotion to the Premier League.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Vitesse Arnhem striker Wilfried Bony, 24, says a summer move to West Ham is "a possibility".

Full story: Metro

Real Madrid director of football Zinedine Zidane has fuelled speculation they will move for Gareth Bale, 23, in the summer.

Full story: The Sun

Newcastle, Arsenal and Manchester City will battle with Monaco for the signature of Marseille defender Nicolas N'Koulou, 23.

Full story: TalkSPORT

Sebastien Corchia, 22, has opened the door for a big-money move into the Premier League after revealing he could leave Sochaux at the end of the season.

Full story: TalkSPORT

Thibaut Courtois, 20, admits his future at Chelsea is in the balance amid speculation the goalkeeper could be offered in part-exchange for Atletico Madrid forward Radamel Falcao, 27.

Full story: Metro

Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku, 19, wants to go out on loan next season - but it is unlikely to be West Brom with the Belgian keen to join a club in Europe to boost his World Cup prospects.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez, 29, is due in court today, with his club set to face Manchester United on Monday.

Full story: Daily Mail

Demba Ba, 27, has said that he would rather win the FA Cup or Europa League with Chelsea than qualify for next season's Champions League.

Full story: The Times

Mark Hughes could replace Neil Warnock for the second time in 15 months after being lined up by Leeds.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Didier Drogba believes his former club Chelsea must restore Jose Mourinho as manager this summer if they are to put an end to the internal strife that has plagued Stamford Bridge since the Portuguese's departure six years ago.

Full story: The Times

Sunderland were under increasing political pressure on Tuesday night to review their decision to appoint Paolo Di Canio as manager following the Italian's refusal to clarify his controversial views on fascism.

Full story: Daily Telegraph


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