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The deal for the Denmark international can be made permanent in the summer

Hull confident over Negredo deal

Real Madrid forward Alvaro Negredo heads Hull manager Phil Brown's wanted list as he continues his search for new blood before the end of the transfer window.

Huntelaar to leave Real for Milan

AC Milan have confirmed they have reached an agreement with Real Madrid for the transfer of Klass Jan Huntelaar to the Italian club.

Tottenham maintain interest in Huntelaar

Tottenham Hotspur are still interested in signing Real Madrid striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar despite having secured the services of Peter Crouch, manager Harry Redknapp said today.

Bayern end Bosingwa chase

Bayern Munich have decided not to pursue their interest in Chelsea's Portugal international defender Jose Bosingwa.

Stuttgart ready to pay 'extraordinary money for Huntelaar

Stuttgart chairman Erwin Staudt has said the club are willing to part with 'extraordinary money' to sign Klaas-Jan Huntelaar from Real Madrid.

Barcelona may drop out of Villa race

Barcelona president Joan Laporta has admitted his club's interest in Valencia striker David Villa is waning.

Stuttgart eye Huntelaar swoop

Coach Markus Babbel has admitted Klaas-Jan Huntelaar would be an ideal signing for his Stuttgart side.

Bayern maintain Ribery is going nowhere

General manager Uli Hoeness has reiterated Bayern Munich's stance on Franck Ribery, insisting the German giants won't sell the French ace.

Pearce: 'I see Capello and feel inept'

England Under-21 manager to extend contract but says talk of top job is premature

Stuttgart reveal Pavlyuchenko interest

Roman Pavlyuchenko is one of the players Stuttgart have considered as a replacement for Mario Gomez, according to their director of sport Horst Heldt.

German title joy for departing Magath

Wolfsburg coach Felix Magath was ecstatic after guiding his side to a first-ever Bundesliga title.

Mourinho made to wait as Inter fail to wrap up Serie A

Internazionale's hopes of sealing their fourth consecutive Serie A title were put on hold after drawing 2-2 at Chievo yesterday.

Babbel retains Stuttgart reins



Markus Babbel has been cleared to continue as VfB Stuttgart coach next season, despite not currently holding the required DFB qualifications.

Lehmann decides to play on

Veteran goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has penned a new one-year contract extension with VfB Stuttgart.

Savage puts boot into wounded Wales

Talk about kicking your own dog when it is down. Robbie Savage went on national radio yesterday predicting his country will be "hammered" by Germany at the Millennium Stadium this evening. A wise and brave man, is that Savage...

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