Football transfer gossip (May 21): Birmingham City, Manchester City, Arsenal

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Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp says they are in a three-way battle with Liverpool and Arsenal to sign West Ham midfielder Scott Parker.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Ajax’s Maarten Stekelenburg, Birmingham’s Ben Foster and Manchester City’s Shay Given are all on Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp’s list of targets to replace error-prone goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes.

Full story: Daily Mail

Aston Villa are set to move for £10m-rated Birmingham City goalkeeper Ben Foster if the Blues are relegated from the Premier League.

Full story: Daily Express

Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham are all chasing 19-year-old Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.

Full story: talkSPORT

Tottenham could offer defender Sebastian Bassong to Stoke in an effort to lure Potters defender Ryan Shawcross to White Hart Lane.

Full story: Metro

Tottenham will step up their interest in Lille’s £10m-rated striker Gervinho after boss Harry Redknapp watched the Ivory Coat international twice last week, but Everton, Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal are also tracking the 23-year-old.

Full story: Daily Mail

Manchester City and Arsenal have been told they can sign Bolton Wanderers defender Gary Cahill for £17m this summer, but are also both admirers of Blackburn Rovers stopper Phil Jones.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Wigan are set to stun Chelsea and Liverpool by slapping a £20m price tag on highly-rated midfielder James McCarthy, who is a top summer target for both clubs.

Full story: Daily Mail

Manchester United have joined Liverpool in the race for Newcastle defender Jose Enrique, who has a year a left on his Magpies contract but is yet to begin talks about extending his stay at St James’ Park.

Full story: Daily Mirror

Roma are considering a £5m move for want-away Arsenal midfielder Denilson, who has been told he can leave the Emirates.

Full story: Daily Mail

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