The Rumour Mill
Speculation, conjecture, whisperings, half-truths and outright nonsense. Disclaimer
The notoriously fictional 'Caught Offside' website now claims that Manchester United are set to go head-to-head with Chelsea for Everton?s big-haired Belgian Marouane Fellaini.
Sky Italia reported last night that Everton are in talks with Internazionale about signing striker Luc Castaignos.
In trying to get to the source of the revelations of apparent disharmony in the Dutch squad and their disastrous Euro2012 performance, a football site in the Netherlands is citing John Heitinga's wife as the leak.
The latest nonsense name conjoured up by the newspapers is that of Olof Mellberg, 34-year-old defender who just happened to have scored against England in the Euros...
This highly speculative article suggests Everton could negotiate a longer loan deal for Landon Donovan next season and have him boosting the side from mid-November to mid-February.
Wigan Athletic could move for Everton's Victor Anichebe this summer if they decide to sell Victor Moses.
David Moyes is after Inter Milan's young forward Luc Castaignos according to the unreliable talkSPORT and his chances of landing the 19-year-old have got better now that Feyenoord have dropped out of the race to sign him.
While Joseph Yobo is confident his future will "be settled soon", KickOff.com report that Everton and Fenerbahçe are still gridlocked over a fee for the 31 year-old defender.
Tottenham have "ruled out" an approach for David Moyes and added Laurent Blanc to their shortlist according to The Telegraph.
In the Express, John Richardson reports that David Moyes is "poised to sign a new lucrative three-year contract" to stay at Goodison Park.
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