The Rumour Mill

By on November 27, 2010 - 186 views

It’s time for our weekly dose of transfer gossip in the Rumour Mill!  The feature that cuts the crap from the reality.

Everton are planning an audacious bid to lure David Beckham on loan in December. The Toffees are also keen to re-sign Becks’ LA Galaxy team mate Landon Donovan. Manager David Moyes said: “If he wants to come back and play under me and with Phil (Neville), he can do that. He knows how to get hold of us.” (Daily Mirror)

Our verdict: We can definitely foresee a return for US star Donovan but Golden Balls is a step too far for Moyesy.

The form of Bolton striker Johan Elmander has alerted Liverpool, Newcastle and Stoke. The Swede has yet to sign a new deal and Trotters boss Owen Coyle may be forced to sell the 29-year-old in order to recoup some of the £10m spent on the forward back in 2008. (Goal.com)

Our verdict: Elmander has finally found his feet in the Premier League and we reckon Coyle can help keep hold of his star man.

Roma have set their sights on Liverpool forward Dirk Kuyt. The Italians are said to be prepared to offer defender Phillipe Mexes in exchange plus cash for the Dutchman. (Daily Mail)

Our verdict: This one is a stinker.

Sam Allardyce has admitted that he would be interested in signing Manchester City’s want-away striker Roque Santa Cruz. The Blackburn manager would love to add some much needed goal-threat to his attack and sees the Paraguayan as an ideal addition. (BBC)

Our verdict: A number of clubs will be interested in Santa Cruz but we’re tipping Fulham to win the race.

Another player on the way out of Eastlands could be Emmanuel Adebayor. Reports suggest that Harry Redknapp could make a cheeky attempt to sign the ex-Gooner. But would the Togolese international face further backlash from Arsenal fans by signing for Spurs? (Caught Offside)

Our verdict: Not in a million years.

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