Latest Transfer News Headlines
- Ramires backs Mourinho
Chelsea F.C. midfielder Ramires has revealed manager Jose Mourinho has every right to criticise his players for the Blues’ dismal […] [+]
- Chelsea sign Amelia
Chelsea have completed the signing of former AC Milan goalkeeper Marco Amelia, according to the Mirror. Blues manager Jose Mourinho […] [+]
- Newcastle set to sell Sissoko
The Express understands that Newcastle United will listen to offers for Moussa Sissoko in January. Serie A giants AC Milan […] [+]
- Manchester City eyeing Coutinho bid
Manchester City have joined the race to sign Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho, according to ESPN. The Premier League leaders are […] [+]
- Bury set to decide Foulds’ future; Schelotto in Leicester talks
League One side Bury F.C. are set to decide the future of defender Matty Foulds in the next 24 hours, according to […] [+]
- Ramires in line for new Chelsea deal
Chelsea are set to offer Ramires a new contract, according to the Metro. The Brazil international moved to Stamford Bridge […] [+]
- Villa considering move for Mainz keeper
Aston Villa are readying a January move for Mainz goalkeeper Loris Karius, according to the Telegraph. Manager Tim Sherwood is […] [+]
- Barcelona considering Pogba move
Barcelona are set to enter the race to sign Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, according to the Express. The France international […] [+]
- Villarreal eyeing De Paul
La Liga leaders Villarreal are considering a January move for Valencia winger Rodrigo Javier De Paul, according to Superdeporte. The […] [+]
- Palmeiras make offer for Pirlo
The Orlando Sentinel has claimed that Andre Pirlo has been the subject of an official proposal from Palmeiras. The veteran […] [+]
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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.
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