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In brief - Wednesday's News Round-Up


Filed: Wednesday, 11th January 2017
By: Staff Writer #3


As the transfer window enters day 11, here's our round-up of the latest media speculation...

A few more bob for Rob?
Reports suggest that United have made an improved bid for Hull’s Robert Snodgrass…

Sky Sports - Snodgrass

Ronaldo?

…is about the only attacking player in the world not mentioned here as those rumours of the club’s interest in Jermain Defoe and Michy Batshuayi refuse to go away…

Daily Star Defoe, Batshuayi Hogan etc

Hanging On For Hogan…

Meanwhile Brentford have a figure in mind for striker Scott Hogan – and they’re sticking to it…

Mailonline - Hogan

Canary Calleri?

Forgotten man Jonathan Calleri is linked with a move to the Canaries – that’s Las Palmas rather than Norwich….

Mirror - Calleri

Antonio no-go

Chelsea are linked with Michael Antonio – but we’re not interested…

Metro - Antonio

and finally…..

Tata Zaza - continued…

The long drawn-out departure of Simone Zaza continues as Fiorentina become the latest club interested in acquiring his services..

Evening Standard - Zaza






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