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Football transfer rumour mill
1:00pm Tuesday 21st January 2014 in Football
Former BURNLEY midfielder Rhys Williams, who had been linked with a possible return to Turf Moor, is a £2m target for Swansea City as they seek to solve their injury crisis.
WEST HAM are keen to sign Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen but Hammers boss Sam Allardyce has admitted a deal, even a loan move, for the Belgian is unlikely.
ASTON VILLA defender Alan Hutton is a target for Premier League pair Stoke City and Fulham with both prepared to pay £3m for the Scotland international.
CRYSTAL PALACE are keen to complete a deal for Danish international forward Simon Makienok and are in talks with his club Brondby over a possible £2m move.
LIVERPOOL are continuing their pursuit of Real Madrid ace Alvaro Morata even though the 21-year-old has pledged his future to the Spanish giants. North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham are also monitoring the situation.
BLACKBURN ROVERS could sanction Crystal Palace’s move for Scott Dann if the Eagles take out of favour striker Leon Best as part of the deal. Palace chief Tony Pulis is a keen admirer of Dann.
Paris St-Germain are set to offer NEWCASTLE up to £26m for Yohan Cabaye, 27, and the France midfielder wants to return to his homeland.
LIVERPOOL are keen to sign Basel’s 21-year-old star Mohamed Salah but are bulking at the £12m asking price the Swiss club have put on the Egyptian winger’s head.
SOUTHAMPTON’S former Burnley star Jay Rodriguez is seeking clarification on his future as Liverpool prepare a bid for the England ace.
NOTTINGHAM FOREST are keen to secure a loan move for Sunderland striker Danny Graham, who is currently on loan at Hull.
Muamer Tankovic, Fulham’s 18-year-old Swedish forward, is interesting Liverpool. The teenager is out of contract in the summer.
FULHAM are keen to sign Swansea City left back Neil Taylor and are prepared to pay £4m to lure the Wales international away.
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