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Departures Lounge: Celtic bid for Doyle rejected, Everton prepare fresh McCarthy offer

Two Ireland players hoping for moves are included in this afternoon’s transfer gossip round-up.
Jul 31st 2013, 12:52 PM 4,621 10

Doyle would relish a move to Glasgow. Credit: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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Bale saga rumbles on: He has returned to training with Tottenham today but Gareth Bale doesn’t seem to be any closer to a dream move to Real Madrid.

Doyle bid rejected: Wolves have turned down an approach from Celtic for Irish international Kevin Doyle as the Hoops are believed to have offered well short of the £1.5m the 29-year-old is valued at.

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Valencia in for Torres? There are rumours that Fernando Torres could be on his way back to his homeland as Valencia are believed to be interested in the Chelsea striker.

Reds revive interest in Papadopoulos: Martin Skrtel could be on his way to Napoli and Liverpool are looking into returning to Schalke defender Kryiakos Papadopoulos, with a £13m bid rumoured.

Cardiff after Caulker: 21-year-old Spurs defender is a target of the Bluebirds who feel they need to strengthen the centre-half position ahead of their debut season in the Premier League.

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Bayern unlikely to get Luiz: If the European champions want to sign David Luiz, they have been told they will have to part with £60m.

Barton wants return to England: Joey Barton, currently on the books at QPR but on loan at Marseille last season, has revealed he is interested in a move to boyhood team Everton.

Irish deal of the day:

Everton will return with an improved offer for Wigan Athletic and Ireland midfielder James McCarthy after being already turned down twice by the Latics.

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