Saturday, 5 July 2008

Paper talk

My football gift to you ... all the transfer talk from today's newspapers.

Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon and Manchester United chief executive David Gill will hold talks in Switzerland next week over Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo. (Spanish sports daily AS)

Roma left-back Vitorino Gabriel Antunes has welcomed the prospect of a move to Celtic, insisting: 'If something happens that allows me to come to Glasgow I would be playing for a massive club in the Champions League. (Daily Record)

Celtic are ready to slug it out with Rangers for Watford's £2m-rated Nigerian defender Danny Shittu. (The Scottish Sun)

England striker Peter Crouch will move to Portsmouth after the south coast club relented over his valuation and had a £10m bid accepted by Liverpool. (Daily Mail)

Barcelona are the favourites to land Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor for about £30m. (The Independent)

Zenit St Petersburg have told Chelsea and Barcelona they want £20m for Andrei Arshavin, not the £12m the two clubs have offered. (Daily Express)

Manchester City's hopes of signing Ronaldinho are fading fast as he is 90% certain of joining AC Milan. (Daily Express)

Blackburn have attempted to sabotage Steven Davis' move to Rangers by tabling a £3m bid for the Fulham midfielder (Daily Record)

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