Thursday's gossip column - transfers and rumours
HARRY REDKNAPP AND SPURS
Harry Redknapp was apparently shown the door at Tottenham for his failure to finish higher than fourth in the Premier League.
Tottenham plan to move for Everton manager David Moyes as they seek a replacement for Harry Redknapp.
Everton fans are worried a lack of cash could see David Moyes head for the exit door at Goodison Park.
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez is also in the running alongside David Moyes to replace Harry Redknapp at Tottenham.
Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka reckons Luka Modric, 26, will be next out of the exit door at White Hart Lane.
Juventus have sent their director and former player Pavel Nedved to meet Arsenal striker Robin van Persie, 28, to discuss a move to Turin.
Manchester City and Chelsea are facing competition from Serie A champions Juventus for the signing of Napoli striker Edinson Cavani, 25.
Former Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou, 26, would be open to a move to Liverpool to link up with former Blues coach Brendan Rodgers, according to the player's agent.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has set his sights on Newcastle star Hatem Ben Arfa.
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Liverpool have been told that another target, Barcelona forward Cristian Tello, 20, will cost them £7m.
Chelsea are lining up a move for Malaga striker Salomon Rondon, 22, as they seek a replacement for Didier Drogba
Manchester City will reject Juventus's loan bid for Aleksandar Kolarov, 26.
West Ham are preparing a bid for Blackburn striker Yakubu, 29, who would cost the Hammers £1m.
Stoke are planning to battle it out with West Ham for the signature of Wolves midfielder Matt Jarvis, 26.
EURO 2012 GOSSIP
England midfielder Jordan Henderson, 21, has vowed to prove Joey Barton and all his other critics wrong.
Sweden's camp has been split in two ahead of their clash with England on Friday after captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 30, blasted his team-mates.
Denmark striker Nicklas Bendtner, 24, could be punished by Uefa after revealing the name of a bookmaker on his underwear as he celebrated his goal in his side's 3-2 defeat at the hands of Portugal.
Currently suspended striker Wayne Rooney, 26, has become England's cheerleader at Euro 2012.
Former Charlton manager Alan Curbishley and former Hull and Preston boss Phil Brown are both on the short-list to replace Chris Hughton at Birmingham City.
Crewe academy director Dario Gradi believes new Manchester United signing Nick Powell, 18, has the same match-winning ability as Eric Cantona or Wayne Rooney.
Former Republic of Ireland international Kevin Kilbane has been keeping the Irish fans entertained in Gdansk with his rendition of the Vanilla Ice song Ice Ice Baby.