08:57 Friday 20 December 2013

Friday's Transfer News & Gossip

Written byDOM MILLS

NO GO . . .Former Netherlands boss Guus Hiddink has reportedly turned down the vacant manager's job at Tottenham Hotspur NO GO . . .Former Netherlands boss Guus Hiddink has reportedly turned down the vacant manager's job at Tottenham Hotspur

CHELSEA and Manchester City face competition from Barcelona to land Villarreal's Argentine centre-back Mateo Musacchio, 23.

Full story: Daily Express

Brendan Rodgers believes Luis Suarez will commit his long-term future to Liverpool and warns Premier League defenders the 26-year-old striker "can get even better."

Full story: Liverpool Echo

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew denies any interest in bringing Manchester United's 21-year-old forward Wilfried Zaha in on loan.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Arsenal will go head-to-head with Italian side Roma to sign 21-year-old Auxerre striker Paul-Georges Ntep.

Full story: Daily Star

Wolfsburg forward Ivica Olic has emerged as a surprise target for Stoke City. The 34-year-old Croatia international, out of contract next summer, is also being chased by Hamburg.

Full story: Talksport

Arsenal have been scouting Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa, 25, but remain doubtful about their prospects of signing him in January.

Full story: Daily Telegraph

Manchester United face a battle with Arsenal to land Basel defender Fabian Schar, 21.

Full story: Daily Star

Liverpool and Manchester United must meet Ivan Rakitic's release clause of £33m if they are to sign the 25-year-old Sevilla midfielder.

Full story: Daily Express

Tottenham have been dealt a double blow after former Netherlands manager Guus Hiddink and current Ajax boss Frank De Boer both turned down the chance to take over at White Hart Lane.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Andre Villas-Boas has been approached by AC Milan to become their new coach despite his sacking by Tottenham Hotspur.

Full story: The Times (subscription)

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