Italian clubs set sights on Tevez, Savic

BY foxsports • November 21, 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...


Steve Kean held talks with Blackburn owners Venky's last night but insisted his own post was not on the menu.

Andre Villas-Boas insists his job is safe despite Chelsea's worst start to a season under Roman Abramovich.

Sam Allardyce is ready to rescue Andy O'Brien from his Leeds nightmare by signing him for West Ham.

Manchester City's Stefan Savic is a January target for Roma.

Vito Mannone has told Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: Play me or sell me.


Arsene Wenger has been reassured Arsenal are keen to keep him as boss until the end of his current contract in 2014 - at least - even if they miss a Champions League place in May.

Defiant Andre Villas-Boas predicted he would not be sacked by Roman Abramovich - despite steering the Blues to their worst league start since the Russian bought the club.

AC Milan are interested in signing Carlos Tevez - if the striker manages to sort his head out.

Wolves winger Michael Kightly has extended his loan spell at Watford until January 3.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has allowed keeper Steve Harper to extend his loan deal at Brighton.

West Brom and Ipswich are monitoring unsettled Cardiff star Darcy Blake.


Andre Villas-Boas reacted defiantly to another Chelsea defeat and insisted last night he is not about to become the next victim of Roman Abramovich's trigger finger.

Blackburn will offer Andy Johnson a two-year contract on wages of around £40,000 a week if they can persuade Fulham to sell in January.

Sunderland are interested in bringing ex-Liverpool winger Albert Riera back to England.

Palermo have put a £30million price tag on Josip Ilicic as Premier League clubs step up their interest.

Doncaster are keen to arrange a loan deal for Aston Villa defender Habib Beye.


Andre Villas-Boas last night claimed it would cost Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich too much to sack him.


Arsenal's hopes of convincing Robin van Persie and Theo Walcott to sign new contracts have been hit by manager Arsene Wenger sparking fears over his long-term future.


Celtic are poised to make a quickfire signing offer to Swedish defender Mikael Lustig in a bid to trump interest from La Liga and the Premier League.

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