Silva seeks £200k City deal

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Manchester City could lose star midfielder David Silva, as contract talks stall over the Spaniard's wage demands.

Silva is holding out for a deal that would put him up alongside City's £200,000-a-week top earners before committing to a new long-term deal at the Etihad Stadium. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool will tell Andy Carroll to decide on his future by the end of the week, as the Reds look to avoid another deadline day drama over the Anfield striker. (Daily Mirror)

Andre Villas-Boas is showing some interest in bringing Carroll to White Hart Lane, and is also considering a season-long loan offer from Stoke City for midfielder Tom Huddlestone. (The Guardian)

Zenit St Petersburg have made a fresh approach to permanently sign Andrey Arshavin, with Arsenal seeking £10million for the 31-year-old forward. (The Times)

And finally, Alexander Buttner has completed his medical ahead of a £3.9million switch to Manchester United from Vitesse Arnhem. (Sky Sports)

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