Latest Transfer News Headlines
- Wilson makes Brighton switch
Brighton and Hove Albion have completed the loan signing of Manchester United forward James Wilson, according to the Mail Online. […] [+]
- Bournemouth eyeing Gayle deal
Bournemouth are lining up a £6m move for Crystal Palace striker Dwight Gayle, according to the Mirror. Cherries manager Eddie […] [+]
- Chelsea eyeing surprise Kane move
Chelsea are ready to make a shock move for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, according to the Mail Online. Manchester […] [+]
- Rodrigo De Paul in high demand
Valencia-based newspaper Superdeporte claims that Argentine midfielder Rodrigo De Paul could be leaving Mestalla in the winter. The 21-year-old has […] [+]
- Agent rules out January move for Pogba
Juventus hotshot Paul Pogba will not be moving clubs in January, according to his official representative. The Frenchman has long […] [+]
- Lazio agree deal for Douglas Silva
Il Corriere dello Sport understands that Lazio have all but agreed to sign Brazilian centre-back Douglas Silva Bacelar from Dnipro. […] [+]
- AS Roma return for Sead Kolasinac
Italian giants AS Roma have reignited their interest in Schalke defender Sead Kolasinac, Il Corriere dello Sport has suggested. The […] [+]
- Man City to bid for Alex Sandro; Lucas Moura in Premiership link
Man City to bid for Alex Sandro La Gazzetta dello Sport has learned that Manchester City are hot on the […] [+]
- Cristiano Ronaldo: Change of course or change of scenery?
The Portuguese star has been surrounded by much of speculation for a long period of time. The embarrassing El […] [+]
- Newcastle eyeing Townsend bid
Newcastle United are confident of agreeing a January deal for out-of-favour Tottenham Hotspur winger Andros Townsend, according to the Mail […] [+]
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With important football matches on display just once or twice a week, football fans everywhere are constantly thinking of ways to fill the time until the next big game. Bearing this in mind we have dedicated a special section of our website to soccer transfers, giving you the chance to stay abreast of the latest developments from top European clubs.
Our team of experienced sports writers will go the extra mile to keep you informed of the latest football transfer news, so that you always know which players are linked with your favourite team and who are the footballers that occupy the biggest media attention in any moment in time. If a player was spotted at the club that had already shown interest in his services or dined with the president of the rival club, there is every chance that our team of writers will inform you of this, as our mission is to deliver fresh soccer news to football fans around the globe. This is also valuable information for all soccer betting enthusiasts, who like to bet on the outcome of certain transfer targets. Supporters can also see whether their club is spending enough on exciting players to justify purchasing soccer tickets for next season.
Obviously, English Premier League, Spanish La Liga and Italian Serie A take the centre stage in the football transfers section, while the rest of Europe transfers will feature confirmed deals and football transfer rumours from German Bundesliga, French Ligue 1, Dutch Eredivisie, Portuguese Liga Sagres and few other minor leagues.
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Seeing that transfer news and rumours fly like mad during the off season and within the two transfer windows, it is very likely that our soccer transfers section will be loaded with new content during those periods, but you can be sure that we will inform you of any deals waiting to happen during the regular season as well.
The confirmed football transfers will find a place on our website as soon as they have been announced by the clubs in question, whereas the football transfer rumours will often lead to confirmed deals, considering they usually arrive from very reliable sources. With English Premiership being regarded as the best league in the world and attracting huge audiences everywhere, it is only fair that Premier League Transfers have the best coverage on our website, although we'll make sure not to neglect other big leagues.
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