TRANSFER RUMOUR MILL: January 29

TRANSFER RUMOUR MILL: January 29

TRANSFER RUMOUR MILL: January 29

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FULHAM are ready to renew their interest in West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison and are preparing a £6m bid. The Hammers have already turned down a £4m offer from the Cottagers and are thought to want nearer £10m to consider parting with the ex-Manchester United man.

Tom Ince will have his pick of Premier League clubs when he leaves Blackpool on loan during January. The 21-year-old is wanted by Liverpool and Cardiff while Stoke City, Swansea City and Crystal Palace are all keen on the winger who is out of contract at the end of the season.

Manchester United remain keen to sign Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal despite the 26-year-old saying he does not want to leave current club Juventus.

SOUTHAMPTON’S out-of-favour striker Dani Osvaldo, currently suspended for fighting with team-mate Jose Fonte, is wanted by Inter Milan and Valencia.

The Saints could cut their losses on the striker they paid a record £14.5m for last summer.

ARSENAL boss Arsene Wenger is heading the race to sign Brazillian attacking midfielder Hernanes from Lazio. The 28-year-old is also wanted by Manchester United and Liverpool.

ARSENAL are still keen to sign 20-year-old Schalke 04 ace Julian Drazler but if a propsed £20m move does not happen the Gunners will turn their attention to 27-year-old Lyon midfielder Yoann Gouruff who could cost them just £12m.

MANCHESTER UNITED boss David Moyes is ready to make Germany international Toni Kroos his second big-money January signing. The 24-year-old Bayern Munich star would command a fee of £25m and is out of contract at the end of next season.

Porto star Fernando could make a move to MANCHESTER UNITED with David Moyes contemplating a £7m offer for the Brazilian midfielder.

NEWCASTLE are ready to replace Paris St Germain bound midfielder Yohan Cabaye with Lyon ace Clement Grenier. The Magpies are prepared to pay up to £12m to prise away 23-year-old Grenier.

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