TRANSFER RUMOURS: March 14 - Sunderland Bendtner, Arsenal Podolski, Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea Torres, Ronaldo

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Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala are ready to offer striker Nicklas Bendtner a route out of Arsenal in the summer, with Sunderland unlikely to make his loan permanent – Metro

Former Sunderland boss Steve Bruce is ready to resume talks with Wolves about becoming their next manager – Daily Mail

Germany international striker Lukas Podolski, 26, has had a medical paving the way for his £10m move from Cologne to Arsenal – Daily Star

Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean says he has not given up hope of keeping 21-year-old winger Junior Hoilett, who is out of contract in the summer – Lancashire Telegraph

Liverpool and Arsenal have both joined the race to sign Spanish winger Jose Manuel Jurado, who currently plays for Schalke – Footy Latest

Carlos Tevez could remain at Manchester City beyond the end of the season after the impressing with his attitude and desire to regain match fitness since returning to the club in February – the Guardian

Lille midfielder Eden Hazard says he was “excited” to hear of Sir Alex Ferguson’s scouting trip to see him, and would be interested in joining Manchester United – The Telegraph

Roberto Carlos hopes to sign both Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala – Marca (in Spanish)

Napoli have told Chelsea and Manchester City that they will have to pay ‘crazy’ money to sign Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani – the Sun

Former Arsenal star Ian Wright believes son Shaun Wright-Phillips and his Queens Park Rangers team-mates will be relegated and will be lucky to get a point from their remaining 10 league matches – London Evening Standard

According to reports, relegation would hit QPR hard financially because most of this season’s big-name arrivals signed lucrative deals which do not include relegation clauses – the Mirror

Chelsea interim coach Roberto di Matteo believes Fernando Torres has failed to score goals because he has a “psychological problem” – Metro

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has ruled out a return to England instead insisting he will stay with the Spanish club – talkSPORT

England fans travelling to the Ukraine for Euro 2012 are being urged to make sure they are vaccinated against measles after an outbreak of the disease – Daily Mail

Yesterday’s Transfer Rumours