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Well weather we like them or not the two players doing the rounds are Doyle and Ashton and i think Doyle is the most likely of the two.

However, i personally would put in a cheeky bid for Michael Owen, hes yet to agree a new deal at Newcastle so anythings possible.

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we'd have to pay him 120k a week... not sure that is very likely,

doyle scored a hat-trick at the weekend but before that he only score 1 in 27 games, that is nowhere near good enough imo.

ashton would be the better option but like owen his fitness is a worry.

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i'm looking for three players a striker hopefully ashton or santa cruz or Even Huntelaar cant see that one but well who knows

a Midfielder still think we are short here and need a midfield maestro

And a defender one to replace Laursen and Knight as someone who will give competition to Davies and Cuellar

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We are short of a midfielder? When fit we have 4 central midfielders fighting over 2 spaces in Reo-Coker, Petrov, Barry and Sidwell.

Wingers wise we have A Young, Milner, Routledge and if need be Barry can play out on the left also.

We also have 4 decent defenders when on top of there game could be very very good. Knight has improved since hes been here.

Personally i think MON's spending is over, however i wouldnt mind a quality striker and the 4 that have been mentioned in this post i cant see happening or dont want.

Ie. Ashton and Doyle - for me similar players as Carew and Doyle isnt good enough imo.

Hunterlaar - Cant see this one happening.

Santa Cruz - hes going nowhere just yet anyway.

Mind you saying that.. Ive just read this from MON's press conferance after yesterdays game..

"We will work through now. Mr Lerner is here. He's been to the game and he'll be staying around.

"Leave it with us and see what develops. But we will try, if at all possible, to do some business."

Sounds promising maybe?

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Heres some more names doing the rounds..

Nedum Onuoha (Man City)

Michael Owen (Newcastle)

Peguy Luyindula (Paris SG)

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Dean Ashton rumour is hotting up. Reported fee of around £16million..

ASTON Villa have been warned that they will have to smash their transfer record for the second time in a week to tempt Dean Ashton away from West Ham.

The England striker has emerged as a prime target for Martin O’Neill who views the targetman as the final piece of the jigsaw in Villa’s push for a top four place.

But Ashton, who signed a new five-year deal at Upton Park in the summer, would command a fee nearer to £16m if West Ham could be persuaded to sell their prized asset.

Hammers boss Alan Curbishley has reportedly rejected Villa’s £12m bid for Ashton and is reluctant to part with him after being forced to sell Anton Ferdinand to Sunderland for £8m.

And sources close to Ashton say the 24-year-old will be unwilling to actively push for a move unless one of the established top four clubs make a late bid for his signature.

But O’Neill will be encouraged by the turnaround at Newcastle which allowed him to capture James Milner for a Villa club record fee believed to be around £12m on Friday despite the Geordie’s initial refusal to sell.

And the Villa boss is hoping to capitalise upon similar turmoil at West Ham where Curbishley is believed to be on borrowed time after cost-cutting by the Icelandic owners, who have also offloaded Bobby Zamora and Freddie Ljungberg.

O’Neill will hope his growing band of English talent will persuade former Crewe and Norwich forward Ashton to advance his international career at Villa Park.

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Huntelaar deal wont be happening. Ajax have just said this..

Dutch giants Ajax have played down speculation suggesting Klaas Jan Huntelaar could leave the club.

With European sides having until midnight on Monday to conclude their summer transfer dealings, rumours are rife regarding the continent's biggest stars.

Holland international Huntelaar certainly falls into that bracket, with Arsenal, Tottenham and Real Madrid all linked with the 25-year-old in recent times.

However, his current employers are reluctant to part with the much sought-after striker as they would have no time in which to find a reasonably priced replacement.

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