Transfer talk: Zola after reinforcements
Friday 31 July 2009
Zola after reinforcements
West Ham are monitoring strikers Eidur Gudjohnsen and Mario Balotelli. "It would be in both our interests if he came to West Ham," Zola said of Balotelli, although the Hammers manager admits the Barcelona forward Gudjohnsen "is one of those players not only West Ham would be interested in".
Addicks Dailly dose
Charlton are close to completing the signing of recently released Rangers defender Christian Dailly.
Stern signs up at Selhurst
Trinidad and Tobago international Stern John has signed for Crystal Palace after leaving Southampton. "It's a new challenge for me and one I'm looking
forward to," the 32-year-old said.
Italian impresses in Hoops
QPR have signed former Avellino striker Alessandro Pellicori on a three-year deal after the Italian impressed on trial.
Trotters veer off Veloso
Bolton have conceded defeat in the race to sign Sporting Lisbon midfielder Miguel Veloso. "We're not capable of doing the kind of deal they are talking about," Trotters manager Gary Megson said. "We're just not in that league."
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