EPL: Top transfer news and rumours on October 21

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Top transfer news and rumours on Oct 21
London, Oct 21: Chelsea won't renew John Terry's contract, Real Madrid eye Ashley Cole, Manchester City want Barcelona midfielder, Tottenham eye starlet Zaha, all the transfer news and rumours from the Barclays Premier League on October 21.

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  • Chelsea will not offer a contract extension to captain John Terry at the end of the season following the recent controversy which sees him serving a four-match ban for racially abusing Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand.
  • Meanwhile, the European Champions will bid £25 million for Barcelona and Spain midfielder Sergio Busquets. Blues owner Roman Abramovich is ready to splash huge amounts to land the 24-year old.
  • After Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool, now Tottenham are eyeing to sign Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha. The 19-year old starlet is valued at £20 million.
  • Dutch striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar, who is a target for top Premier League clubs, has said he will make his mark against Arsenal when Schalke take on the Gunners in the UEFA Champions League next week.
  • Fiorentina are plotting a move for Manchester United misfit Javier Hernandez during the January transfer window. Chicarito has lost his spot in the United line-up as manager Alex Ferguson opts for Danny Welbeck, Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie.
  • Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho is eyeing a move for Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole. The Blues are not willing to extend his contract which ends this year while Real have a problem at back with Marcelo sidelined and Alvaro Arbeloa and Fabio Coentrao injured.
  • Everton have signed former Aston Villa and West Ham midfielder Thomas Hitzlsperger on a short-term contract.
  • Liverpool are planning a move for unhappy Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge and Arsenal winger Theo Walcott. Manager Brendan Rodgers has to cope with one striker Luis Suarez until the January transfer window re-opens.

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