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Transfer speculation and tittle-tattle from the weekend tabloid press...
Sunday June 24
Ipswich want Walker
The Express links 'Walks' with a switch to Portman Road as a replacement for the Arsenal-bound Richard Wright. The 29-year-old is said to have a £3m price tag on his head.
The News of the World, however, says Ian could sign for Leicester.
NEWS OF THE WORLD
Darren to keep his Spurs
Darren Anderton's agent says he expects the midfielder to sign a new deal at the Lane this week. Leon Angel told the NOTW: "We are very close to agreeing a new deal and he is looking forward to working with Glenn to bring success to Tottenham.
Spurs sign exiled Iraqi
Spurs are set to sign a superkid goalkeeper who fled to Britain, report the People. Shwan Jalal will become the first Iraqi to join a Premiership club if Spurs complete his signing from Hastings Town.
Hans Segers and Pat Jennings are said to have run the rule over the 6ft 2in 17-year-old when he impressed during a week's trial.
Saturday June 23
Bunjevcevic beats red tape to join Spurs from Red Star
The Express says 'Bunje' has been given clearance to begin his Spurs career after being handed a work permit enabling him to complete his switch from Red Star Belgrade.
The Yugoslav recently topped up his cap count to clinch his work permit and the Express says Glenn hopes to team him up with Gareth Southgate and Christian Ziege. The German confirmed on his website that he has had talks with Glenn, but says he is considering two other options.
Spurs eye Dubs
Glenn has lined up Michael Duberry to replace Sol, according to a report in the Sun. The story says Glenn is prepared to pay £5m for his services.
Sheri: Fergie drove me out
Teddy says not being selected to play in the Champions League against Bayern Munich made his mind up on leaving Old Trafford. A number of the papers report Teddy as saying: "I don't think I am speaking out of turn by saying that I have had words with the manager. I was very disappointed that I did not play against Bayern as we had enjoyed a lot of good results in Europe when I was playing.
"I was perhaps not at the top of my form, but we already had the title in the bag and the whole team had dipped in form.
"There was also the opportunity of going back to Tottenham which was amazing for me. If I had stayed another season at United that might not have happened next year."