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Departures Lounge: Villa set to give up on Hoolahan deal

Meanwhile, United are considering a deal for Inter’s Fredy Guarín that would involve selling Javier Hernandez.

image(Wes Hoolahan’s game time with Norwich has been limited this season — Barrington Coombs/EMPICS Sport)

Will it happen?

imageHoolahan stuck at Norwich: Despite Ireland international Wes Hoolahan handing in a transfer request, it is looking increasingly likely that he’ll have to stay at Norwich. Having had their £1million bid rejected, Villa are believed to be set to turn their attentions elsewhere.

United considering Fredy Guarin move: David Moyes is interested in signing the Colombia international, with a deal involving Javier Hernandez going in the opposite direction a possibility.

Will it happen?

imageJohn Terry planning Chelsea exit: The defender is believed to want a three-year deal, while the club are understood to be only willing to offer him a one-year contract with a reduction in pay. Consequently, he is preparing to leave the club due to his dissatisfaction with the offer.

Rooney to consider new United contract: The Red Devils are believed to be in discussions over the 28-year-old’s future, with 18 months left to run on his current deal.

Will it happen?

imageCardiff set to swoop for Fabio: With the full-back seemingly surplus to requirements at Old Trafford, the Welsh club are believed to be interested in availing of his services.

Liverpool want Romulo: The 23-year-old Spartak Moscow player, who is also being looked at by Arsenal and Chelsea, would act as cover for Lucas Leiva, who is set to be out for two months.

Irish deal of the day

The Hoolahan news aside, it’s fairly quiet as far as news on Irish transfers are concerned, with no further developments on recent rumours linking Leon Best to Crystal Palace.

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