London, Sep 30: Manchester City and Chelsea are eyeing Cristiano Ronaldo, Ashley Cole could join PSG in January, Liverpool and Manchester City ready to offer Walcott a strikers role, Liverpool are also tracking Real Madrid playmaker, all the transfers news and rumours on september 30.
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Chelsea and Manchester City are tracking the situation with Real Madrid star after the Portuguese desire to be one of the world's best paid football players in the world. The 27-year old Portuguese stars demands have created a rift between the player and the club triggering interests from other clubs like Paris Saint-Germain.
Liverpool and Manchester City are ready to offer Theo Walcott a strikers role. The 23-year old England international currently plays on the right wing with Arsenal.
Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole could be on his way to France to join cash-rich club Paris Saint-Germain. Former Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti is eyeing a move for Cole, 31, whose unhappy with the contract offered at Stamford Bridge.
Meanwhile, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is clear that no player above the age of 30 will be offered more than a one-year contract extension. The declaration could see Ashley Cole, 31, Frank Lampard, 34 and captain John Terry, 31.
Liverpool are willing to offer playmaker Suso, 18, an improved contract. The young Spaniard impressed during his first Premier League start in the 5-2 win over Norwich City.
Liverpool are monitoring the situation with Real Madrid playmaker Mesut Ozil. The German international has lost his place to Luka Modric who joined during the summer transfers from Tottenham Hotspur.
Newcastle United striker Demba Ba could be on his way out of Toons side after the club were not willing to meet his wage demands.
Sir Alex Ferguson has asked Manchester United's veteran defender Rio Ferdinand to forget about making the England cut and concentrate on his career at Old Trafford. The 33-year old will be offered a new deal.
Fergie wants to sign Blackpool starlet Thomas Ince and follow in his father's footsteps Paul Ince.