United claims Robin van Persie victory

United claims Robin van Persie victory

Published Jul. 19, 2012 1:00 a.m. ET

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Sam Allardyce is launching a bitter court battle against Steve Kean.

Brendan Rodgers was last night forced to admit that Liverpool have contacted Fulham about Clint Dempsey.


Andre Villas-Boas has told Luka Modric he will not be sold unless Real Madrid stump up Tottenham's £35million asking price.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is now the world's highest-paid footballer after PSG agreed to pay him £220,000 a week after tax.

Manchester City have rejected talk that Edin Dzeko will head to AC Milan as a Zlatan replacement.

Neymar has backed his Brazil team-mate Oscar to be a big hit at Chelsea.

Florent Malouda will head a Chelsea clear-out as Roberto Di Matteo makes rooms for new buys.

Derby have followed up a £500,000 swoop for Leeds left-back Aidy White with a £1million bid for Coventry's Richard Keogh.

Blackburn are attempting to hijack Ipswich's attempts to sign Watford keeper Scott Loach.


Manchester United believe they have won the £20million race to sign Arsenal's Robin van Persie.

Emmanuel Adebayor returned to training at Manchester City yesterday as the stand-off with Spurs over his £175,000-a-week wages continued.

Andy Carroll wants to thrash out his Liverpool future next week.

Former Chelsea defender Alex believes Roman Abramovich was panicked into sacking Andre Villas-Boas by the rise of Spurs and Manchester City.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has been told by former club Swansea it will take £15million to sign Joe Allen.

Newcastle are pushing for defensive reinforcements after tabling offers for Douglas and Mathieu Debuchy.

Juventus striker Vincenzo Iaquinta could be on his way to Fulham.


Liverpool have been told to stump up £10million for Fulham star Clint Dempsey.

Florent Malouda has been told he can leave Chelsea.

Steven Nzonzi has put Chelsea and Arsenal on alert by demanding to leave Blackburn.

Newcastle are poised for a double breakthrough in the transfer market next week as they close on Mathieu Debuchy and Douglas while still hoping to tie up a loan deal for Andy Carroll.

Sunderland are leading the race to sign Blackpool winger Matt Phillips.


Brendan Rodgers has confirmed Liverpool are working on a deal to bring in Clint Dempsey from Fulham and reiterated that Andy Carroll will not be allowed to leave on loan.

Emmanuel Adebayor's move to Spurs has stalled over his wage demands.

Robin van Persie is in danger of pricing himself out of a move to Juventus.

Fulham are in talks with French club Evian over striker Yannick Sagbo.

Chelsea have resumed talks with Marseille over £7million-rated right-back Cesar Azpilicueta.

Sam Allardyce has launched legal action against Blackburn boss Steve Kean.

Arsenal have had a bid for highly-rated 17-year-old Caen striker M'baye Niang rejected.

Tottenham are favourites to sign Brighton defender Grant Hall.

Wigan have signed Barcelona's Eduard Campabadal and Guillermo for their development side.

Chelsea left-back Ben Gordon is heading to Birmingham on a six-month loan.


Florent Malouda can leave Chelsea if the offer is right.

Fulham have told Liverpool to forget trying to sign Clint Dempsey on the cheap.

AC Milan will turn to Edin Dzeko as a replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has joined PSG.

Crawley have issued Nottingham Forest with a hands-off warning over boss Sean O'Driscoll.

Blackburn midfielder Steven Nzonzi has put in a transfer request.

West Brom have rejected a bid from Qatari side Al-Gharafa for Peter Odemwingie.


Neil Lennon insists Rangers should be stripped of titles if they were won by cheating.