Footy In A Week


The Rumour Mill
June 19, 2006, 2:17 pm
Filed under: The Rumour Mill

Sol Campbell looks certain to leave Arsenal, and Portmouth is reported to be his likely destination. Aston Villa are also linked with the player.

Arsenal are also ready to enter the race to sign Spur's Michael Carrick and steel him from under Manchester United's noses
Speaking of Portsmouth, Harry Redknapp has a £30m summer transfer budget, and has already launched high-profile bids for the likes of Jermain Defoe. That bid was rejected, as was the slightly less high-profile £3.75m move for Wigan's Henri Camara.

According to The Guardian, Celtic are expected to sign Chelski's Jiri Jarosik as they look to replace Roy Keane in midfield following the Irishman's decision to retire.

Potential Real Madrid president Juan Miguel Villar Mi has revealed talks with both Wenger and Capello.

Liverpool lead the race in securing the services of Argentinian Javier Saviola. Barcelona have also recently stated that, no matter how well Saviola plays at the World Cup, he will not play for Barca again. Craig Bellamy is also believed to be wanted by Liverpool, and it now appears that Rafa Benitez will be focusing on landing either Bellamy or Saviola before the season starts in August. Dirk Kuyt is another name that is still linked with Benitez.

Liverpool ace Luis Garcia says Reds boss Rafa Benitez should pull out all the stops to land his Spain team-mate David Villa.
Tunisia striker Ziad Jaziri has told skysports.com of his determination to clinch a move to The Premiership. Jaziri sparkled during his country's opening World Cup game by scoring against Saudia.

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