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Today’s Transfer Talk: 31/05/07

The Sun

The Sun is clearly having a bad news day as it shockingly reveals that Roman Abramovich is willing to spend big at Chelsea…but here’s the kicker…NOT while Jose Mourinho is in charge. You’d think he’d just sack him wouldn’t you??

Derby County are trying to sign Aston Villa’s Lee Hendrie who’s available on a free transfer. Sounds like a pretty solid signing, a player with plenty of Premiership experience and affordable wages as there is no fee involved? Done and done.

Mark Viduka will quit Middlesbrough for Newcastle. BO-RING!

Daily Star

QPR have apparently told Fulham it will take £5million to prize highly rated winger Lee Cook away from Loftus Road. This sounds a little too like an inexperienced manager looking to unearth a gem from the little leagues to provide a ‘fresh and exciting’ impetus to their side. It was recently revealed that Fulham were going to get £10million to spend on players. Half on an untried youngster?? Don’t think so….

Daily Mirror

Chelsea, as already reported, will allow Hernan Crespo to stay at Inter for the second year of his loan arrangement. Khalid Boulahrouz will join Bayern Munich for £3.5 million, bringing to an end a highly unsuccessful spell at Stamford Bridge. He was lucky Ballack and Shevchenko were there otherwise the press would’ve given him a hiding….Chelsea, it’s worth noting, will be making a huge loss on the Dutch defender….

Daily Mail

Tottenham are attempting to scupper West Ham’s proposed transfer for Scott Parker after ending their interest in thefc100’s favourite transfer rumour Nigel Reo-Coker. Sounds a little like Spurs are being linked with Parker because they’re being linked with everyone else and with a reasonably strong midfield already in place at White Hart Lane, expect Parker to join Curbishley at West Ham. Now Reo-Coker, well that’s a different kettle of fish…..

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