News and Transfer Gossip on 14 December 2008

Everton could make a shock move for Gary Neville when his contract expires at the end of the season (News of the World).

Arsenal and Middlesbrough are keeping tabs on Standard Liege midfielder Steven Defour, who is Belgium's reigning Player of the Year. (News of the World)

Manchester City are favourites to sign Portsmouth's Lassana Diarra in the transfer window. (Observer)

Everton could move for Newcastle's Michael Owen in the transfer window after losing Yakubu for the rest of the season. (Express)

Arsenal could open the door for William Gallas to leave by making a bid for Roma's Philippe Mexes. (Express)

Liverpool's Jermain Pennant is prepared to see out his contract and leave for free after shunning moves to Newcastle, Blackburn and Stoke. (Mail on Sunday)

Former Spurs boss Juande Ramos wants to take Didier Zokora, Aaron Lennon and Roman Pavlyuchenko to Real Madrid. He is also interested in Aston Villa's Ashley Young. (Telegraph)


Newcastle's Joey Barton could be out with damaged knee ligaments until March. (News of the World)

Liverpool co-owner George Gillett must raise £50m within six weeks to pay off a loan he took out using his stake in the club as collateral. (News of the World)

Southampton's highly-rated Adam Lallana says he would rather play first-team football for the Saints than join a bigger club and be in the reserves. (News of the World)

Former Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini is top of Sunderland's managerial short-list. (Express)

Former Real Madrid coach Bernd Schuster and former Barcelona chief Louis van Gaal are also in the frame. (Times)

Inter Milan are considering leaving the San Siro Stadium to build their own ground. (Times)

The Football Association is investigating allegations of "irregular betting patterns" on last month's game between Blue Square North game between Redditch and Burscough. (Mail on Sunday)

Hearts will lose on-loan goalkeeper Janos Balogh unless they pay his club Debrecen £150,000 by 19 January (News of the World).

Derby boss Paul Jewell's job is under threat after complaints about his man-management style. (Mail on Sunday)

Football League clubs will vote on a quota system for home-grown players at an extraordinary general meeting this week. (Mail on Sunday)

Paul Hartley says his future lies at Celtic. The 32-year-old midfielder's contract is up at the end of the season, but Celtic have the option of a one-year extension. (News of the World)

Falkirk manager John Hughes wants his board to finance the signing of three players in the January transfer window, including extending goalkeeper Scott Flinders' loan from Crystal Palace until the end of the season. (Sunday Mail)

Scotland manager George Burley is to run the rule over English-born Ipswich defender David Wright. (Mail on Sunday)


Brazil's record appearance-maker Cafu, 38, is to turn out for Unibond First Division North team Garforth in the new year. Fellow Brazil legend Socrates turned out for the club in 2004. (News of the World)

Owen Hargreaves and Everton's James Vaughan may have to wait for their comebacks after the specialist surgeon due to perform their knee operations broke his arm skiing. (Express)

Blackburn manager Paul Ince says he tries to escape the stress of management by playing computer games with his children - but they want to play football games. (Express)

Real Madrid boss Juande Ramos says he find Tottenham's revival since his departure "very hard to understand". (Mail on Sunday).

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