Beckham verges on PSG move

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The representatives of Carlos Tevez have been in talks with AC Milan over a proposed transfer for the Argentina and Manchester City striker.

Roberto Mancini is keen to offload a player who is effectively on strike, with Tevez in Argentina and refusing to report for training at City.

Stuart Pearce has revealed he is keen to recruit David Beckham, Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey for his Team GB London 2012 squad.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been boosted by the news that Jack Wilshere could return from his ankle injury as soon as January.

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David Beckham is reportedly on the verge of signing for Paris Saint-Germain having been offered an 18 month contract worth £11.6m. Source:

Owen Coyle insists he will fight to keep England international Gary Cahill, amid reports Chelsea and Tottenham are mounting January bids. Source: Sky Sports

Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp has insisted Manchester United and Arsenal target Mario Gotze is going nowhere in January. Source: Give Me Football

Liverpool and Tottenham are considering bids for two young talented strikers - 17-year old Max Clayton and 15-year-old Jordan Ibe. Source: The Guardian

And finally, former Arsenal defender Martin Keown has urged Arsene Wenger to sign Thierry Henry on loan during the MLS off season. Source: BBC Sport

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