Latest Transfer News Headlines
- Russian goal-machine set for Spartak stay
Spartak Moscow are set to offer their star player Artem Dzyuba a new four-year contract, reports Izvestia. The highly rated […] [+]
- Juventus eyeing Alves, Abate; Chelsea and Monaco battle for Bruma
Juventus eyeing Alves, Abate Juventus are keeping close tabs on highly rated defenders Daniel Alves and Ignazio Abate, Tuttosport has […] [+]
- Southampton’s Mane receives work permit
New Southampton signing Saido Mane has received his work permit though he will still have to wait for his debut, […] [+]
- Redknapp keen on Crouch reunion
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has admitted that he remains keen on being reunited with striker Peter Crouch, according […] [+]
- Alli pens new Dons deal
TalkSport understands that Dele Alli, one of the stars of MK Dons’ 4-0 thrashing of Manchester United in the second […] [+]
- De Jong wants Milan stay; N’Zonzi happy at Stoke City
Holland international midfielder Nigel de Jong has revealed he wants to retire at AC Milan. De Jong, 29, was heavily linked with […] [+]
- Juve to turn attention to Pedro
Juventus are set to move for Barcelona forward Pedro when the transfer window reopens, according to the Express. The Serie […] [+]
- Arsenal keen on Lass Diarra
Daily Express has revealed that Arsenal are considering a move for French midfielder Lassana Diarra. The 29-year-old can be signed […] [+]
- Valencia eyeing Roberto Soriano
Italian daily newspaper Il Secolo XIX is reporting that Valencia are keeping close tabs on Sampdoria midfielder Roberto Soriano. The […] [+]
- Huntelaar linked with Premier League switch
Schalke striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has hinted that he could be set for a move to the Premier League, according to […] [+]
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