Football transfer gossip (February 17): Manchester City, Newcastle United, Cardiff City

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Check out latest football transfer gossip around the leagues. Is your favourite player tipped for a move?

Italian side Palermo have admitted they would consider making a shock bid for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, who is reportedly unhappy with the way he has been treated in England following his eight-match ban for racially abusing Manchester United’s Patrice Evra.

Full story: Metro

American entertainment company AEG is moving in on a £450m takeover at Tottenham.

Full Story: Daily Express

Arsene Wenger launched a training ground tirade against his Arsenal flops after the 4-0 defeat to AC Milan which could lead to a clearout.

Full Story: The Daily Telegraph

And England winger Theo Walcott, 22, could be the first to be shown the door.

Full Story: Daily Mail

Manchester United watched Valencia defender Adil Radi, 26, at Stoke on Thursday with a view to a £20m bid but face competition from Barcelona.

Full Story: The Sun

Chelsea insist goalkeeper Petr Cech and striker Daniel Sturridge are part of their long-term plans and will not be leaving Stamford Bridge.

Full story: London Evening Standard

Manchester City and Manchester United are battling it out to sign Derby and England Under-17s midfield wonderkid Will Hughes.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Tottenham are locked in a battle with Inter Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus to clinch the signing of 22-year-old Brazilian striker Leandro Damiao.

Full story: Talksport

Midfielder Junior Hoilett, 21, is attracting interest from Italy as he nears the end of his Blackburn contract - but Rovers boss Steve Kean has not given up on the Canadian remaining at Ewood Park.

Full story: Lancashire Telegraph

Manchester United are believed to have approached Borussia Dortmund regarding 19-year-old midfielder Mario Gotze, according to the player’s agent.

Full story: Talksport

Cardiff City are hoping to sign Newcastle’s Danish striker Peter Lovenkrands, 32, on loan.

Full Story: Daily Mirror

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