Everton sets sights on Shea

BY foxsports • November 14, 2011

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...


Roberto Mancini reckons England's young squad can win Euro 2012.

John Terry is set to break his silence today - but is under strict orders not to discuss his police case.

Blackburn's Indian owners are split over selling the club - with wealthy Qataris interested in buying.

Paul Scholes is set to move up the Manchester United managerial pecking order - as his 'boss' Warren Joyce heads back to Hull City.

Sunderland manager Steve Bruce is in the race to sign Swiss striker Ahmed Mehmedi.

Everton manager David Moyes is planning a bargain raid for United States midfielder Brek Shea.

Crystal Palace boss Dougie Freedman is ready to snap up Norwich striker Chris Martin in a loan deal.

Brighton and Ipswich are monitoring Cardiff's former England Under-21 goalkeeper Tom Heaton.


John Terry will speak publicly today for the first time since the Anton Ferdinand race row kicked off - but has been ordered not to answer questions about his alleged racist comments to the QPR defender.

Cesc Fabregas last night warned Robin van Persie: If you don't quit Arsenal now you never will.

Carlos Tevez is not planning a Manchester City return this week.

Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has staged showdown talks with manager Arsene Wenger.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce plans to ease his goalkeeping worries by raiding old club Birmingham for £1million-rated Jack Butland.

Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers hopes to add four new players to his squad in January.

MK Dons manager Karl Robinson will ask the FA to investigate Premier League teams and agents trying to poach the club's superkids.


Cesc Fabregas has told Robin van Persie: You'll never have another chance to quit Arsenal.

Luis Suarez claims he should not be facing a race charge - because what he said to Patrice Evra is not offensive back home in Uruguay.


Blackburn want Andrew Johnson to bolster their attack as the Fulham forward edges closer to a move away from Craven Cottage.

Sochaux striker Modibo Maiga has confirmed he is hoping to finalise his £7million move to Newcastle.

Everton's Diniyar Bilyaletdinov says he is ready to quit the club in January if he does not play more games.

Hull are pressing ahead with interest in having Manchester United coach Warren Joyce as their new manager.

Manchester City technical director Mike Rigg has confirmed his interested in Borussia Monchengladbach winger Marco Reus.


Cesc Fabregas has criticised England's "defensive" style of football in the victory over Spain and claims they are boring without Wayne Rooney and Jack Wilshere.

John Terry will be banned from speaking today about his race row with Anton Ferdinand when he faces the media for the first time since the flashpoint.

QPR manager Neil Warnock has given up on signing David Beckham.

Cesc Fabregas has told Arsene Wenger he cannot afford to see Robin van Persie become the next player to leave Arsenal.


Fabio Capello has warned his England squad that their victory over world champions Spain on Saturday will count for little unless they can beat the less formidable Sweden team whom they face at Wembley tomorrow.


England could play the Republic of Ireland in a Euro 2012 warm-up game in Dublin after the football associations of both countries revealed they are hopeful a fixture can be arranged. There would be clear security implications around the match, potentially the first between the teams since a friendly at Lansdowne Road in 1995 was abandoned because of crowd violence.


Cesc Fabregas, the former Arsenal captain, has offered a damning assessment of the England side fielded by Fabio Capello, dismissing the team that beat Spain as "lacking in talent to make things happen".


Manchester City could sue Carlos Tevez for compensation should they decide to terminate his contract on grounds of gross misconduct, The Times has learnt.


The senior cop who complained to UEFA about IRA chanting at Parkhead was former top-flight referee Eddie Smith.

Sone Aluko will report to Murray Park this morning as he bids to nail down a dream move to Rangers.

Celtic were last night sweating on the return of Ki Sung-Yeung after doctors refused to give him the all-clear to fly home.

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