Weds 6th Nov – Premier League news round up including West Ham and Everton updates

Tottenham Hotspur forward Jermain Defoe has dropped massive hints of his wish to return to former club West Ham United. The Englishman told ITV4′s ‘Sport Life Stories’: “It was a massive mistake (to leave West Ham) – I didn’t really want to do it.” West Ham new-boy Andy Carroll has suffered a new injury, with the […]Read More »

Harry Redknapp eager to do a last minute deal for at least two Tottenham players

QPR boss Harry Redknapp is keen to raid former club Tottenham Hotspur for reinforcements following the North Londoners’ massive spending spree in the transfer market. Reports in The Daily Mirror reveal that the 66 year old has launched a double loan bid for Emmanuel Adebayor and Benoit Assou-Ekotto and hopes to bring them to Loftus […]Read More »

Arsenal on the verge of making an official offer for experienced Brazilian

Arsenal are on the cusp of making their long-standing interest in Queens Park Rangers shot-stopper Julio Cesar official by tabling a £1.5 million bid. The Gunners have been linked to the Brazilian No.1 after QPR bit the dust as they were relegated into the Championship. QPR are in dire need of taking Cesar off their […]Read More »

QPR set to approach Liverpool for out of favour star

Joe Cole is a player who excited Liverpool fans when he announced that he would be moving to the Merseyside club in 2010. Injuries have however marred the former England international’s career at Liverpool and Cole is tempted to be reunited with Harry Redknapp at QPR. The ex-Tottenham boss helped Cole climb up the ranks […]Read More »

QPR and Blackburn linked with a move for Spanish defender

Getafe’s Miguel Torres has consistently caught the eye of Premier League clubs and having played for Real Madrid, he is always considered favourably by the teams in England. The player has rubbished rumours in the past couple of years by affirming his commitment to his club in Spain but this season, the Spanish media has […]Read More »

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