Samba: ‘They must sell me now’

first_imgChris Samba has told The Sun he will no longer give his all for Blackburn and the club must let him go.Tottenham and QPR want to sign the centre-back, who said: “Blackburn need players who are 100 per cent for the club — and I’m not.“I’m at the end of the road here. I’m not going to change so, for their good and mine, they must sell me now.”Meanwhile, Wigan have told QPR they want £6m for Hugo Rodallega, the Daily Mirror reports.The Colombian forward’s contract expires at the end of the season and Wigan are determined to recoup as much cash for him as possible.Victor Moses’ agent Tony Finnigan has told The Sun that R’s boss Mark Hughes is also interested in signing Moses from Wigan.Finnigan said: “The manager likes him but it’s up to them to make an offer.”The Sun also claim that Italian clubs Roma and Juventus want Chelsea defender Jose Bosingwa.The Daily Mail say Rubin Kazan and Galatasaray are interested in signing striker Andrew Johnson from Fulham, who are said to be rivalling Aston Villa for Portsmouth’s young Australian winger Ryan Williams.The Daily Telegraph again suggest that QPR’s Anton Ferdinand is agonising over whether to shake John Terry’s hand before his team’s FA Cup clash with Chelsea on Saturday.And The Sun say Ferdinand will be given a police escort on the day of the game.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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