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Forget the talk of Lucas Moura and Robin van Persie for a moment, Manchester United have been linked with a new move this morning. The man in question is Argentine Ezequiel Cirigliano. The 20-year-old midfielder plays for River Plate and has also been linked with Manchester City and PSG. The Mirror reports United could get their man for as little as £5 million.
Tim Cahill is on the verge of leaving Everton, with the Goodison Park side confirming they have accepted a bid of just £1 million for the midfielder. The bid comes from MLS side New York Red Bulls, where the Australian would team with Thierry Henry. Cahill has been at Everton for eight years, and is expected to wrap up personal terms and complete the move within 24 hours.
A player Everton are linked with bringing in, is attacking midfielder Abdel Barrada. Barrada plays for Getafe and has even been linked with Real Madrid, and would set the Toffees back a fee in the region of £9 million. The Sun report that Newcastle and Tottenham are also interested in the 23-year-old Moroccan who scored four goals last season, and can play on the left, right, or through the centre.
The Mirror links Jermaine Jenas with a move out of Tottenham, and to hometown club Nottingham Forest. Forest have been taken over by rich Kuwaiti owners, who recently appointed Sean O'Driscoll as boss. Jenas was loaned to Aston Villa last season, but barely played after suffering injury, and the 29-year-old needs to rebuild, and is unlikely to be afforded regular football at Spurs next season. Forest want to take him on loan, and he would certainly be the sort of statement signing the club's owners want.
And finally, QPR have re-affirmed their interest in signing Liverpool forward Craig Bellamy. The club's vice-chairman Amit Bhatia told Sky Sports the Great Britain representative is on manager Mark Hughes' list of targets adding he is player the club have been keen on for a number of years. QPR do have several strikers on their books at present, and would need to offload a couple, potentially DJ Campbell and Jay Boothroyd, to make the move more likely.
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