Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

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Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

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DENNIS BERGKAMP is targeting players from the Arsenal youth set-up after joining Ajax as a first team coach. The former Gunners striker is keen for some of the youngsters from the club to come to the Dutch side on loan next season.


NEWCASTLE back- up goalkeeper Tim Krul has dismissed reports that he is about to join Chelsea. Krul, , is being prepared as Shay Given's successor at St James' Park and the Dutchman said: "There's been a lot of speculation and a lot of stories. But it's just talk. I want to stay here."


KASEY KELLER is planning a move abroad. The goalkeeper wants to join a club in Germany, where he has property, or America so that his children can settle into school as he realises he would only have one year left at Fulham and is unlikely to be first choice.


STRIKER Andy Barcham is being tracked by a number of clubs. The 1-year-old spent almost six months on loan at Leyton Orient last term, scoring one goal, and has attracted interest from Millwall, Brentford and Dagenham.

Barcham is unlikely to break into the Spurs team this term.

West Ham

THE HAMMERS have been given 1 days to make an offer for Marseille forward Djibril Cisse. The club have been linked with the former Liverpool man, who could cost around [pounds sterling]8million.

Cisse is keen on a move back to England after an unhappy season in France.


ALAN PARDEW could make a loan move for Portsmouth defender Martin Cranie. The 21-year-old was due to spend some of last season on loan at QPR but broke his leg. He has now returned to full fitness and Pardew is ready to make an enquiry.

Crystal Palace

NEIL WARNOCK is interested in Coventry's Michael Mifsud. The Malta striker has handed in a transfer request after deciding he wants a new challenge but Palace face competition from Norwich and Bristol City. Boss Warnock is also tracking City target-man Kevin Kyle.


ASSISTANT boss Tim Flowers says the team spirit is great ahead of the club's first season since their high-profile takeover. …

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