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United on 'red alert' for Van Persie

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England take on Montenegro tonight, needing just one point in order to secure qualification for the Euro 2012 Championships next summer.

Fabio Capello faces a dilemma at the back, with Phil Jones, Kyle Walker and Phil Jagielka in contention to join John Terry and Ashley Cole in defence.

The Italian must also decide who will partner Wayne Rooney up front, with Danny Welbeck, Andy Carroll and Darren Bent vying for a starting place.


 

Another day, another Carlos Tevez transfer rumour, with the wantaway striker today linked with a loan move to Italian giants Juventus.

Arsene Wenger is reportedly so determined to land Lille's Eden Hazard, he is prepared to offer Sebastian Squillaci and Marounne Chamakh, plus cash.

Manchester City are believed to be closing in on teenage PSV Eindhoven striker Zakaria Bakkali, recently voted the world's "best young player".

Real Madrid midfielder Pedro Leon has claimed that Jose Mourinho blocked a move to Stamford Bridge in the summer transfer window.

Tottenham target David Beckham says he is "flattered "by interest from PSG - but hinted family considerations will influence his next career move.

And finally, Man United are apparently on "red alert" after Robin van Persie admitted he would like to stay in England if he ever leaves the Gunners."

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