Football - Premier League

Transfers: Race hots up for Wright-Phillips

Shaun Wright-Phillips is wanted by Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool, according to The Sun.

 
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The Manchester City and England winger could move on for £6million with his club reportedly keen to reduce its wage bill.

City could be forced to slug it out with city neighbours Manchester United to sign Inter Milan striker Mario Balotelli (The Sun).

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy wants to sign Chelsea's Michael Mancienne in a £4m deal (The Sun).

Newcastle United are considering a move for released Feyenoord midfielder Jonathan de Guzman (The Sun).

Monaco striker Eidur Gudjohnsen is set to move to Tottenham (The Sun).

Jonathan Woodgate is set to return from injury for Tottenham during their pre-season preparations (Daily Star).

Kevin-Prince Boateng's move from Portsmouth has been hit by financial demands by the player's agent (Daily Star).

Sunderland are going to battle it out with West Ham United to sign Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan (Daily Mail).

Marseille are interested in Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri (Daily Mail).

Liverpool are interested in Inter Milan's Rene Krhin (Daily Mail).

Fulham are considering a move for Hamburg striker Marcus Berg (Daily Mail).

West Ham are keen on Vitesse Arnhem goalkeeper Piet Velthuizen (Daily Mail).

Barcelona's debt could wreck any moves for Cesc Fabregas, Fernando Torres and Javier Mascherano (Daily Mirror).

Liverpool will bid for Wigan's Maynor Figueroa if they receive £5million for Emiliano Insua (Daily Mirror).

West Brom are trying to sign Lyon striker Frederic Piquionne in a £1m deal (Daily Express).

 

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