A round up of the transfer news, rumours and gossip from Wednesdays papers

Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumours, Gossip and speculation from all today’s newspapers….

Spurs look set to lose out to Fenerbahce in the race to sign Montpellier attacking midfielder Younes Belhanda. (The Times)

Fulham will battle it out with Club Bruges for Zulte Waregem’s 18-year-old defensive midfielder Junior Malanda. (The Times)

Rafael Benitez has warned Chelsea’s senior players that they must face up to the prospect of their inevitable departures from Stamford Bridge. (The Times)

Manchester United’s path to signing Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha, 20, looks to be clear after Tottenham pulled out of the race. (Daily Telegraph)

Swansea City are lining up a £750,000 move for Real Betis midfielder Jose Canas. (Daily Telegraph)

Birmingham have slapped a £6m price tag on England U19 international Nathan Redmond after enquiries from Newcastle, West Brom and Fulham. (Daily Telegraph)

Marouane Fellaini can leave Everton for £23m after insisting on a buy-out clause when he agreed a new five-year contract. (Daily Express)

Frank Lampard is weighing up whether to break Chelsea hearts and join arch-rivals Manchester United in the summer. (Daily Express)

Liverpool’s on-loan midfielder Nuri Sahin is set to end his spell at Anfield and rejoin former club Borussia Dortmund. (Daily Express)

Rio Ferdinand is willing to turn his back on a £10m fortune abroad and will instead pledge his future to Manchester United. (Daily Star)

Southampton fear AC Milan could hijack their £8m deal for Cagliari defender Davide Astori. (Daily Star)

England frontman Theo Walcott will be presented with a stunning five-year £25m contract by Arsenal. (Daily Mirror)

Swansea boss Michael Laudrup wants Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones to replace Danny Graham, who is being tracked by Reading and Sunderland. (Daily Mirror)

Everton and Fulham are both keen on Argentinian winger Matias Schelotto, 23, who is rated at £5m by Italian Serie A side Atalanta. (Daily Mirror)

Bolton boss Dougie Freedman is set to sign Slovakia midfielder Jan Gregus in a £200,000 deal from Banik Ostrava after he impressed on trial. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool are close to finalising a £6m deal for Blackpool forward Tom Ince, 20, after a breakthrough in negotiations. (Daily Mail)

Arsenal will this week make an improved offer of £25m to Theo Walcott in a bid to resolve the 23-year-old forward’s contract saga. (Daily Mail)

Spurs have turned down Everton’s request to take midfielder Jake Livermore on loan. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City will move for Napoli striker Edinson Cavani if Inter Milan move for Edin Dzeko. (Daily Mail)

Meanwhile, City have returned almost half of their ticket allocation for Sunday’s clash at Arsenal with fans refusing to pay the £62 admission charge. (Daily Mail)

Queens Park Rangers are ready to join the bidding for Swansea striker Danny Graham – but Sunderland are favourites to get him. (Daily Mail)

Italian giants Inter Milan are plotting a £25m move for Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko. (The Sun)

Arsenal will make a £26m offer to keep England forward Theo Walcott at the club, amid interest from Chelsea and Manchester City. (The Sun)

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is still keen to bring Chelsea duo Ashley Cole and Frank Lampard to Old Trafford. (The Sun)

Meanwhile, United’s England striker Danny Welbeck is wanted on loan until the end of the season by Premier League rivals Reading. (The Sun)

Newcastle will turn to St Etienne striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, rated at £6m, if they fail to land Loic Remy from Marseille. (The Sun)

David Beckham has been offered a bumper £20m two-year deal to join the Qatar Stars League. (The Sun)

West Ham and Hull City will battle it out to sign former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson from Blackburn. (The Sun)

1 comment to A round up of the transfer news, rumours and gossip from Wednesdays papers

  • Faruq Ozinya

    I’m sure liverpool really need to keep hold on Nuri Sahin until the season ends, the much their plans to add Paul Ince grows.