Paper Chase: Spurs to wait for Krul

Paper Chase: Spurs to wait for Krul

Published Jan. 18, 2012 12:00 a.m. ET

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...


Andrey Arshavin is a cut-price £6million transfer-window target for Lazio.

Jamie Carragher accepts he is no longer a first-team regular at Liverpool.


Sir Alex Ferguson has tipped Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as his potential successor at Manchester United.

Fernando Torres was destined to fail at Chelsea, the man who paid £50million for the Spaniard has conceded.

Blackburn are ready to name Eric Black as their new No 2 today - in a big lift for boss Steve Kean.

Mark Hughes is ready to make a move for Tottenham's forgotten goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes.

Alan Pardew last night sealed the deal to ensure a strikeforce out of Africa after Newcastle completed the £10million signing of Papiss Demba Cisse.

French champions Lille have warned Chelsea and Manchester United they want at least £35million for Eden Hazard.

Stoke's Kenwyne Jones is a shock £5million target for Saudi side Al Hilal.

Hull boss Nick Barmby wants Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp but will have to find £2million.

Blackburn manager Steve Kean wants Wolves' England Under-21 winger Adam Hammill on loan.

Southampton have made a third bid for Celtic's Gary Hooper - and are offering the striker a mouthwatering salary.

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway is ready to snap up former Scotland striker Derek Riordan.


Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to gamble by signing no new stars during the transfer window.

Mark Hughes will throw Anton Ferdinand into FA Cup action against John Terry just four days before they face up in court.

Carlo Ancelotti believes Chelsea will have to sell Didier Drogba to get £50million flop Fernando Torres firing.

Harry Redknapp has urged Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to come up with a package that will tempt Emmanuel Adebayor to stay.

Alan Pardew can unleash a double dose of Demba on the Premier League after Newcastle made a £10million swoop for Papiss Demba Cisse.

Liverpool are close to signing Ghanaian midfielder Mumuni Abubakar.

Norwich have agreed a £2million deal with Leeds for captain Jonny Howson.

Bolton manager Owen Coyle is set to bid £2million for Leeds midfielder Adam Clayton.

Scott Dann is weighing up his Blackburn future after club captain Chris Samba slapped in a transfer request.


Scott Sinclair and Leon Britton's reward for shooting down Arsenal could be a shock place at Euro 2012.

Rio Ferdinand reckons the return of Paul Scholes could be the difference between success and failure for Manchester United.

Alan Pardew completed a stunning £10million swoop for Senegal striker Papiss Demba Cisse last night.

Arsenal missing out on the Champions League would not be a disaster, chairman Peter Hill-Wood said last night.

Birmingham have turned down a £1million bid from West Brom for defender Liam Ridgewell.

Blackburn are watching Derek Riordan.

Southampton have joined the race to sign Huddersfield hotshot Jordan Rhodes.

Paul Ince could make a return to management at Stevenage after applying for the job.

Fraser Forster is keen to seal a £2million switch to Celtic from Newcastle.

Bolton are set to offer £2million for Leeds midfielder Adam Clayton.


Alan Pardew could have found another iconic No 9 for Newcastle with a £10million swoop for Senegal forward Papiss Demba Cisse.

Sir Alex Ferguson has earmarked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as a future Manchester United manager.

Chelsea have been warned they must sell Didier Drogba to save Fernando Torres' career.

QPR have been offered the chance to sign Tottenham's out-of-favor goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes, while Spurs boss Harry Redknapp has taken Croatian centre-back Eduard Husinec, 17, on trial.

Lille have placed a £38million price tag on Eden Hazard and told Manchester United and Chelsea they won't be selling on the cheap.

Derby boss Nigel Clough is set to sign Premier League youngsters Ryan Noble and Tom Carroll this week.

PSG forward Loris Arnaud will not be offered a deal by Middlesbrough after failing to impress on trial.

Fraser Forster is keen to seal a £2million switch to Celtic from Newcastle.


Roberto Mancini will run the risk of FA sanction if he keeps waving imaginary red cards at referees.

Carlo Ancelotti has revealed he has been offered Fernando Torres and Carlos Tevez as he carries out a footballing revolution at PSG.

Tottenham will bid for Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul but are prepared to wait until the summer to make their move.

West Brom's offer for Birmingham defender Liam Ridgewell has been rejected.

Wolfsburg are ready to revive their interest in Everton midfielder Diniyar Bilyaletdinov.

Chelsea have signed three brothers - including 12-year-old twins - from the Luton youth squad for a five-figure sum each.

Bolton have been told they will have to pay £8million for Tottenham's Giovani Dos Santos.

Fulham are rekindling their interest in Doncaster striker Billy Sharp.

Wayne Bridge's career is still in limbo after QPR cooled their interest in the Manchester City misfit.


The Football Association considers Roberto Mancini's habit of waving imaginary cards at officials to be unsportsmanlike, though last night it was the growing criticism from his peers that looked the most likely to force him to desist from repeating the gesture.


Carlo Ancelotti has advised his successor as Chelsea manager, Andre Villas-Boas, to sell Didier Drogba.


The SPL and Hearts are still at war after wages dropped into players' bank accounts just seven hours late.

Rangers captain Davie Weir has called time on his five-year career at Ibrox but vowed he's not yet ready to hang up his boots.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon last night signed defender Jaroslaw Fojut on a pre-contract and insisted it was a fantastic piece of business.

Southampton offered to treble Gary Hooper's £12,000-a-week wages as they made a third bid to sign him.