Paper Chase: Whitecaps wants Hargreaves

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Owen Hargreaves and Alan Smith have been linked with moves to North America.
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Each day during the summer transfer window we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...


David Beckham has identified Wesley Sneijder as the man to replace Paul Scholes at Manchester United.

Carlos Tevez has rubbished a claim he told Sir Alex Ferguson he was going to retire in 2013.

Joey Barton reckons he is almost certain to be staying at Newcastle this summer.

Nikola Kalinic snubbed a new call from Blackburn boss Steve Kean to join the team at the Asia Cup.

West Brom boss Roy Hodgson is closing in on a deal to take the £6million-rated Birmingham goalkeeper Ben Foster on a season-long loan deal.

Wolves want to sign former Aston Villa and West Ham midfielder Thomas Hitzlsperger.

Swansea have failed in a bid to sign Fulham goalkeeper David Stockdale.

Edin Dzeko has vowed to prove he is not a £27million flop and is worth every penny of his fee.

Ipswich boss Paul Jewell is set to sign Arsenal striker Jay Emmanuel-Thomas in a £1.1million deal.

Nigel Reo-Coker's move from Aston Villa to Bolton is in doubt over his wage demands.

Birmingham boss Chris Hughton wants Nile Ranger from his old club Newcastle.

Ibrahima Sonko is ready to return to Reading.

Owen Hargreaves is being chased by Vancouver Whitecaps.

French striker Rudy Gestade will sign for Cardiff today after a successful trial.


David Beckham says Manchester United should sign Wesley Sneijder.

Patrice Evra has told Samir Nasri to forget Arsenal and Manchester City and join him at Old Trafford.

Neil Warnock's future as QPR boss is in doubt after he was gagged by Bernie Ecclestone and Flavio Briatore.

Alan Smith can revive his flagging career with a switch to Orlando City.

Spurs have let defender Bongani Khumalo join Reading on loan for next season.

Cardiff have clinched the signing of Scotland striker Kenny Miller from Bursaspor.


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hit out at rival clubs for tapping up his star players.

Alberto Aquilani and David Ngog have edged closer to the exit door at Liverpool.

Edin Dzeko admits his move to Manchester City last season messed up his head.

Alan Pardew believes Joey Barton will sign a new contract at Newcastle.


Patrice Evra last night revealed he has told France team-mate Samir Nasri to move to Manchester United and not rivals City if he values success above money.

Alberto Aquilani is set to return to Serie A after Fiorentina offered to take the Liverpool midfielder on a season-long loan.

Sergio Aguero failed to show up for training at Atletico Madrid yesterday and is expected to finalise his £38million move to Manchester City over the next 48 hours.

Blackburn are interested in Partizan Belgrade midfielder Radosav Petrovic.

Newcastle are waiting to hear if Paris St Germain striker Mevlut Erdinc will agree a move after the clubs agreed a £7million deal in principle.

Leeds have revived their interest in Preston goalkeeper Andy Lonergan.

Cardiff expect former France Under-19 striker Rudy Gestede to be confirmed as boss Malky Mackay's ninth signing.

Middlesbrough are interested in Arsenal striker Rhys Murphy while Nottingham Forest are keen on Middlesbrough striker Leroy Lita.


Alberto Aquilani and David Ngog have edged closer to leaving Anfield as Kenny Dalglish delivered a blunt warning to his Liverpool players that they must earn the right to feature in his plans.

Cardiff are close to signing Scotland striker Kenny Miller from Turkish side Bursaspor.

Joey Barton has played down his chances of leaving Newcastle this summer.


David Beckham hopes that FIFA is serious about cleaning up its act after admitting that he has been left "sickened" by the allegations of corruption within football world's governing body.


Dorin Goian jetted into Glasgow last night desperate to complete his move to Rangers and plunge straight into the Champions League cauldron.

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