Transfer rumours Friday August 10, 2012: Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City

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John Guidetti’s proposed loan move from Manchester City to Sunderland could be in jeopardy because the 20-year-old Swedish striker is struggling to shake off a virus – Full story: Daily Mail

John Guidetti’s proposed loan move from Manchester City to Sunderland could be in jeopardy because the 20-year-old Swedish striker is struggling to shake off a virus – Full story: Daily Mail

Luka Modric is being forced to train on his own at Tottenham’s training ground, but Real Madrid could be cooling their interest in the 26-year-old Croatian midfielder – Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester United chief executive David Gill is set for more negotiations with Arsenal this weekend over the possible transfer of striker Robin van Persie, 29 – Full story: Daily Telegraph

Chelsea are looking to sign Napoli centre-forward Edinson Cavani, 25, after Zenit St Petersburg made a move for 26-year-old Porto striker Hulk – Full story: Daily Star

Spurs hope to sign Inter Milan goalkeeper Julio Cesar, 32, on a free transfer – Full story: the Sun

However, the Italian club have asked that Spurs right-back Kyle Walker, 22, be included in part-exchange for the Brazil international – Full story: the Times (subscription required)

Dutch international Wesley Sneijder is urging Inter Milan to buy his team-mate, 27-year-old midfielder Nigel de Jong, from Manchester City – Full story: Metro

Chelsea are looking at Juventus right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner, 28, after their move for 22-year-old Spanish defender Cesar Azpilicueta of Marseille stalled – Full story: Daily Mirror

Middlesbrough hope to finalise a loan move for Chelsea’s 19-year-old midfielder Josh McEachran – Full story: Daily Mail

Celtic midfielder Ki Sung-Yeung, 23, is now a target for Atletico Madrid as well as Arsenal – Full story: talkSPORT

Caen striker M’Baye Niang, 17, is set to disappoint Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham by joining AC Milan on loan – Full story: Evening Standard

Birmingham have decided not to sign defender Lee Naylor, 32, after an unsuccessful trial period – Full story: Birmingham Mail

West Brom manager Steve Clarke hopes to add to his new club’s defensive options during the remainder of the transfer window – Full story: Express & Star