Big Transfer Rumours

Hello folks! This is at the behest of your yearnings for on-the-spur-of-the-moment gist in sports. As the league seasons across Europe approach the halfway mark, with the contests getting fiercer, the favourites are securing their points, leaving the strugglers at the background. While this is ongoing, major transfers of big names in the game are coming to the fore, whether as speculations or realities.

By and large, we have few of such stories here for your spicy digest.

On the coaches list of transfers are that of Mancini and Giovanni Trapattoni, who both applied for the South African vacancy.

The former Spanish champions, Barcelona seal Mina deal for 2018 in €9 million agreement with Palmeiras.

Now is the full gist at your fingertips from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, the Bundesliga and lots more.

DOMINIC SOLANKE’S POSSIBLE DEPARTURE FOR STADFORD BRIDGE

The possibility is there that Dominic Solanke could leave Chelsea to join Premier League rivals Liverpool at the end of the current season. The Blues are refusing to pay £50,000-a-week wages to the young lad.

The 19-year-old’s current contract comes to an end this summer. He is keen on leaving for Anfield in a £8 million deal, instead of a move to the Scottish champions, Celtic.

 

BAYERN JOIN BELOTTI RACE

The Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich have been in contact with Torino over striker, Andrea Belotti. On the race too for the autograph of the striker are the likes of Arsenal and Juventus, who have indicated interest in him. Andrea Belotti is regarded as one of the hottest forwards in the Serie A, this current season.

ARSENAL, JUVE CONTEST FOR BERNARDESCHI

Also at the centre of attraction is Fiorentina’s ace, Federico Bernardeschi, who is being trailed by many of Europe’s top clubs. CalcioMercato confirmed.

More clubs, specifically Inter, AC Milan, Chelsea, PSG and Bayern Munich equally hold an interest in the attacker, but the strong contenders for the defender are the Gunners and Juve.

CAN A JUVENTUS TARGET

According to the Star, Liverpool midfielder Emre Can is a target for the Serie A champions, Juventus

Borussia Monchengladbach’s youngster, Mahmoud Dahoud, a Germany Under-21 international – is also being targeted by Juve and the Reds who are on the watch for any fallout to grab him for real.

 

VERRATTI’S €80M DEAL

The French side, PSG, has billed to give out Marco Verratti to any bidder with an exchange sum of €80 million. Libero categorically informed. And those on the bidding side are Juventus and Inter, who are unrepentant on luring the Italian back home.

 

MAN CITY’S ROMANCE WITH DELE ALLI

Courtesy of reports from the Daily Express, Manchester City could win the race for the world-record bid for Tottenham’s midfielder, Dele Alli.

The Spurs midfielder has featured since his MK Dons transfer, and it is possible the deal could cost Pep Guardiola’s side a huge amount that could outplay other contenders, making the Dele Alli bid a costly one in the Premiership, displacing the £89 million Manchester United paid for Paul Pogba.

 

BARCA BAG MINA

Barcelona have sealed a deal that will see Palmeiras defender, Yerry Mina move to Camp Nou in January 2018. This is reported by Mundo Deportivo.

Though Manchester City is one of the hopeful contenders for the Colombian international yet, Yerry Mina settled for a place at Barcelona afterall.

 

DIARRA SET FOR CHINA

According to La Provence, former player with the Blues and Gunners, Lassana Diarra has become the latest player to go to the far east in recent signings.

Since his deal with the French side, Marseille has been terminated, a begging option is to head to his current Chinese side in Asia.

 

TERRY SNUBS MLS MOVE

In recent transfers, Chelsea captain John Terry turned down juicy offers from three major league soccer sides.

According to the Daily Star, the former English player’s current stay at Stamford Bridge expires in the summer. He is patiently waiting for the time to elapse other than putting pen to paper with any of LA Galaxy, New York Red Bulls or Orlando City ahead of the 2017 MLS campaign.

 

MAN CITY TRACKING LEMAR

L’Equipe has reported the keeping of an eye on Monaco’s midfielder, Thomas Lemar.

The 21-year-old is also mentioned to be attracted towards Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich after an impressing show already put up in Ligue 1 and the Champions League in the 2016/2017 season.

 

OTAMENDI TO REPLACE PEPE

Except things do not work as planned, Nicolas Otamendi has been fingered as a potential substitute for Pepe at Madrid, in case the former Madrid defender move to China. TyCSports reportedly said.

Nicholas Otamendi, an Argentine centre-back, 29, joined City from Valencia in August 2015. He has made 20 Premier League appearances this season. From the rumour mill, there were suggestions the 33-year-old Pepe could settle for the Chinese Super League but the Champions League holders, favours Otamendi as a candidate for the centre of defence.

 

CARRICK TRANSFER TALK

Report has it that Manchester United held a talk over a new contract with Michael Carrick. the Daily Mail said.

At the end of the whole episode, the midfielder could put pen to paper on a new one-year deal, should talks with the club’s management go down well in subsequent weeks.

 

ROSE REJECTED CSL

From the Publishers, the Sun, it was gathered, Tottenham’s Danny Rose waved down an offer from Chinese Super League to continue to ply his trade at Tottenham.

The full-rear player rejected the offer which would have earned him £14.5 million-a-year.

 

COSTA AGREES CHELSEA DEAL

Thanks to Diego Costa for his willingness to stay at Chelsea. He has agreed a new five-year contract at the club. And this is set to earn him not-less-than £220,000 per week. The Sun confirmed.

To quell speculations earlier brandished in the media of the striker’s leaving the Blues, the club has swung into action and renewed his deal for the next seasons at the Club.

 

SPURS’ ZAHA DEAL

Tottenham and Crystal Palace could exchange hands for the services of Crystal Palace’s winger, Wilfried Zaha after earlier shortfalls experienced in January. Courtesy The Daily Express.

The Spurs manager, Mauricio Pochettino has a major admiration for the former Manchester United player, and the club will put his plough at work to get Wilfred Zaha at the end of the season, with or without Palace’s state in the league.

By Shofuwa, Paul

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