Transfer talk (Wednesday, 17 June)
Wednesday 17 June 2009
Everton chase Naughton
Everton are leading the race to sign Sheffield United full-back Kyle Naughton after tabling a reported £5m bid. Naughton has also attracted interest from Manchester United and Arsenal.
Celtic tie up Mowbray deal
Tony Mowbray has been appointed Celtic manager on a rolling 12-month contract. The former West Brom manager will bring assistant Mark Venus and first-team coach Peter Grant, a former Celtic team-mate, with him to Parkhead and current Hoops coach Neil Lennon will also join the new management team.
Kelly heads for Fulham
Fulham have signed Republic of Ireland international Stephen Kelly from Birmingham on a three-year contract. The 25-year-old right-back made 37 appearances for Tottenham before joining Birmingham in June 2006.
I'm going nowhere, says Sagna
Arsenal's Bacary Sagna has distanced himself from reports of a move to Real Madrid, declaring he is "100 per cent committed" to the Gunners.
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