The Rumour Mill - July 19

First published in Football transfer rumour mill

Peter Crouch is being tracked by QPR after Tottenham signalled they would be willing to sell the striker this summer.

Everton are weighing up a bid to take Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner on loan.

Cardiff City could be set to make a move to sign hometown hero Craig Bellamy, left, on a free transfer with the Welshman desperate to negotiate a release from his Manchester City contract.

West Brom are closing in on swoop for Owen Hargreaves after the former England star was released by Manchester United.

Newcastle want to sign Chelsea forward Daniel Sturridge on loan as manager Alan Pardew looks for a solution to his striker problems.

Aston Villa lead Juventus and Liverpool in the race to sign Fiorentina’s 27-year-old winger Juan Manuel Vargas.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce could be set to continue his summer spending spree by buying Peterborough United goalkeeper Joe Lewis, right, who has attracted interest from a host of clubs.

Atletico Madrid striker Sergio Aguero is prepared to take a pay cut to join Manchester City.

Blackpool are closing in on a deal for Manchester United’s Senegalese international forward Mame Biram Diouf, who spent last season on loan at Blackburn Rovers.

Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle, left, is set to sign Sheffield United’s former Manchester City striker Ched Evans and believes he could flourish at the Reebok Stadium.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger expects to see midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who has been linked to Barcelona, in a Gunners shirt on Saturday when the team play Cologne in a friendly.

ROTHERHAM UNITED striker Tom Pope could complete a switch to boyhood club PORT VALE.

COLCHESTER midfielder Andy Bond is a target for COVENTRY CITY.

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