Swansea won't sell striker Michu to Russians

BY foxsports • February 24, 2014

Each day 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...

Jose Mourinho last night ruled out making a move for Zlatan Ibrahimovic or Edinson Cavani.

Alan Pardew admits he will struggle to keep Loic Remy at Newcastle.

Garry Monk believes his old boss Brendan Rodgers may be on the brink of delivering Liverpool an incredible title.

Norwich boss Chris Hughton saved his job with the crucial win over Tottenham.

Manchester United are offering Toni Kroos £250,000-a-week to quit Bayern Munich and join David Moyes' cash-laden revolution.

Swansea aren't interested in selling Michu to Anzhi Makhachkala, who want to sign the striker before Russia's transfer window closes on Monday.

Samuel Eto'o has taken to Instagram to deny rumors of a summer exit from Chelsea.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has admitted on-loan Loic Remy will be "hot property" in the summer - and that every goal he scores for the Magpies is making it harder for them to buy him.

Holland coach Louis van Gaal has again hinted at a sensational move to Tottenham this summer.

Bacary Sagna wants Arsenal to "wake up" and offer him a £24m deal if they do not want to avoid losing him to a Premier League rival.

Louis van Gaal yesterday dropped the biggest hint yet he is going to be Spurs' next manager.

Wayne Rooney's fantastic February got even better yesterday when Roy Hodgson tipped him to lead England to France in 2016.

QPR are considering sacking Harry Redknapp after picking up only one point in four matches in the Championship.

Joleon Lescott admits he's now out to impress potential suitors as his days at Manchester City "are numbered".

Louis van Gaal opened the door on taking over at Tottenham in the summer on a day when they lost vital ground in the race for the Champions League.

Arsenal should rest players during the second leg of their Champions League tie with Bayern Munich, according to former boss George Graham.

Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky has committed his future to the club by agreeing a new 12-month contract.

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