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Juventus plot move for Nani, Sneijder willing to take pay cut to join United, Beckham to Bolivia, Spurs want Dodo and...

Last Updated: 21/12/13 at 12:10 Post Comment

Although Nani only signed a new five-year contract at Manchester United in September, the Daily Express are reporting that the winger could move to Juventus in January.

Thje 27-year-old has made only eight appearances in the Premier League so far this season and has failed to provide a single goal or assist.

However: 'Italian paper Tuttosport ascertains Antonio Conte is a fan of Nani, whom he believes could complement Juve's style of play.

'Moyes is thought to be contemplating a major clear-out in January, with Nani and Antonio Valencia believed to be considered for an Old Trafford exit.'

The Express also add that Wesley Sneijder is willing to take a £1million a year pay cut to force through a move to United when the transfer window opens.

This is a cracking story from the Daily Mirror, who report that Bolivian champions Bolivar are trying to tempt David Beckham out of retirement.

'The South American club's billionaire owner Marcelo Claure wants to sign the 38-year-old former England captain,' claim the Mirror.

'And Claure carries some clout as he is also the man helping to finance Beckham's potential purchase of a Florida-based Major League Soccer franchise in 2015.'

Bolivar president Guido Loayza is also keen on the move "even if it's only for a couple of games in the Copa Libertadores".

To be honest with you, we're struggling to picture Posh living it up in La Paz.

Quick line from TalkSPORT now, who claim that managerless Spurs are planning to kick off their January business with a move for Roma defender Dodo.

'With Danny Rose returning from injury and Jan Vertonghen out until after Christmas, Tottenham are keen to bring in another left-back and strengthen their defence,' report TalkSPORT

'Dodo, 21, was linked with a move to Manchester United back in 2010 but the move never materialised and he opted for a move to Roma.'

It's thought that Franco Baldini is pushing for the move to happen as Spurs seek to further strengthen their squad for whoever takes the reins.

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