United plot £20m Rodwell raid

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Andre Villas-Boas has today insisted Fernando Torres is not for sale at any price, amid transfer reports linking him with a transfer.

The Spanish striker has struggled for form since his £50m move from Liverpool, and has been used mainly as a substitute this season.

Kenny Dalglish today continued to pledge his support to Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, as he FA disciplinary hearing continues this afternoon.

Suarez is alleged to have directed racial abuse towards Manchester United defender Patrice Evra in October. A decision is expected tomorrow.

Elsewhere today, Harry Redknapp reiterated his commitment to Tottenham, sang talk of becoming the next England manager will not distract him.

Transfer News

Juventus are the new favourites to land Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez - who has vowed to never return to England.

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has insisted there is "no way on earth" the club will sell Luka Modric or Gareth Bale.

Arsene Wenger is prepared to loan out Ryo Miyachi to Feyernood in January in order to fie the Japenese youngster first team experience.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson could make a £20m bid for Jack Rodwell to bolster his midfield ranks.

Chelsea are said to planning an audacious bid for in form Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain.

And finally, with Lucas Leiva ruled out for the rest of the season, Liverpool are reportedly targeting Tottenham midfielder Sandro.

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