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Deadline Day Tittle-Tattle: Aguero bid rejected, £50m Torres deal, Dalglish wants Carroll, Henderson linked, Adam future update & Chamberlain still in demand

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Tottenham Hotspur have had a bid of £38.5 million rejected for Atletico Madrid forward Sergio Aguero. The Argentine has been perpetually linked with a move to the Premier League in the last 18-months, with Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United all admirers of the diminutive La Liga star. (Sky Sports)
Premier League champions Chelsea must match Fernando Torres’ £50 million buy-out clause in order for Liverpool to consider selling their star asset. (Sky Sports)
Kenny Dalglish has reportedly earmarked Newcastle United striker Andy Carroll as the man to replace Fernando Torres should the Spaniard engineer his exit. Carroll has been with moves to Tottenham, Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal, but thus far the Magpies have resisted any bids for the Gateshead born England international. (The Sun)
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish also has his eye on Aston Villa’s Ashley Young, Blackpool FC’s Charlie Adam, Wigan Athletic’s Charles N’Zogbia and Bolton Wanderers’ Gary Cahill. Young has been coveted by Manchester United, while N’Zogbia has been linked with a late move to Sunderland. Arsenal and Chelsea have both coveted Cahill, who has been valued at £20 million. (The Guardian)
Manchester United have allegedly won the race for Sunderland midfielder Jordan Henderson, with the recently capped England international set to snub interest from Manchester City and Chelsea by signing for the Red Devils in the summer for £20 million. (Daily Express)
Arsenal, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Everton and Liverpool all still harbour ambitions to sign Southampton sensation Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain, although Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger have shown the greatest intent to sign the prodigiously gifted 17-year-old. (Daily Mail)

Tottenham Hotspur are lining up yet another overture for West Ham United midfielder Scott Parker, after the Hammers successfully completed the loan signing of Robbie Keane. Harry Redknapp is believed to have had at least two bids rejected for the former Chelsea and Charlton star in the past, but is eager to bolster his squad ahead of the Champions League next stage. (Daily Mail)
Blackpool FC are lining up Sunderland midfielder Andy Reid as a potential replacement for Charlie Adam, who could yet join either Liverpool or Aston Villa. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United have joined Liverpool, Birmingham City and Aston Villa in the race for Blackpool FC talisman Charlie Adam. Sir Alex Ferguson was hugely impressed with the 25-year-old during their recent encounter at Bloomfield Road, and has earmarked the Scottish international as a potential successor to Paul Scholes. (Mail on Sunday)

Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly bid £26 million for Athletic Bilbao forward Fernando Llorente who has also been linked with Manchester City and Chelsea as well as Real Madrid. (Mail on Sunday)

Aston Villa midfielder Stephen Ireland will complete his loan switch to Newcastle United before the end of the transfer window. (Sky Sports)

Tottenham Hotspur will launch a late bid for Everton captain Phil Neville in the hope they can finally land the Toffees star. David Moyes has rejected at least two offers for the former Manchester United fullback. (Daily Mail)
Spurs have also made a £4 million bid for Manchester City’s Shay Given, who recently conceded he may have to drop down to the Championship in order to play first team football. Given has been linked with a number of Premier League clubs throughout a frustrating campaign for the Republic of Ireland international, with Aston Villa, Fulham, and Newcastle United all mentioned as likely suitors. (News of the World)

Barcelona will follow Inter Milan’s lead in the summer by offering £40 million for Tottenham star Gareth Bale. Manchester City, Manchester United and Real Madrid are also keen on the prodigiously gifted former Southampton starlet. (Sunday Mirror)
The current Premier League leaders have also assured Atletico Madrid that they will bid for David De Gea in June should they make him available for transfer. (The People)

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