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29 May 2015

MARTINEZ THE NEXT GUNNER?

Arsenal are reportedly winning the race to sign Porto striker Jackson Martinez.

Porto president Nuno Pinto da Costa said: “He’s a player we want to keep, but we cannot stop someone paying the clause."

Will Arsenal trigger the Colombian striker's £24.7 million release clause? 

via Express

29 May 2015

INGS TO CHOOSE BETWEEN WHITE OR RED

Burnley striker Danny Ings will choose between a move to White Hart Lane or Anfield in the next ten days.

Ings is set to leave Burnley but will he turn out in the red of Liverpool or white of Spurs?

via The Telegraph

29 May 2015

MOYES SNUBS SUNDERLAND APPROACH

David Moyes will not be the next Sunderland manager according to reports. 

The Real Sociedad manager has rejected the chance to become the Black Cats coach after Dick Advocaat decided against remaining at the club.

via Daily Mail

29 May 2015

CITY DESPERATE TO KEEP MILNER

James Milner is a free agent soon and will have the choice of a trio of leading Premier League clubs with Arsenal and Liverpool challenging Manchester City for his signature.

Milner is reportedly being tempted with a package worth £165,000-a-week to stay at City.

via MEN

29 May 2015

BACCA TOPS UNITED LIST?

Manchester United are "favourites to seal £21.3m Carlos Bacca transfer", according to the Metro.

The Colombian striker again showed his worth during the Europa League final where he scored a brace as Sevilla retained their crown.

Roma and AC Milan are also interested.

via Metro

29 May 2015

SAINTS REJECT BID AS REDS MOVE FOR UNITED TARGET

Liverpool have reportedly been rejected with their initial bid for England right-back Nathaniel Clyne.

Clyne, is a transfer target for Manchester United, will cost more than £10 million after Liverpool's offer was sent back by Southampton.

The Saints defender has had a fantastic season, attracting interest from a number of top clubs.

Southampton remain hopeful that Clyne will extend his stay at the club, with his current deal set to expire next season.

via Express

29 May 2015

BENTEKE PRICE SET

£32 million - that is what Liverpool or any interested club will have to pay to buy Aston Villa's Christian Benteke.

Tim Sherwood admits he will be powerless to stop Benteke if his buyout clause is met. 

via The Times

29 May 2015

KLOPP TO TAKE OVER AT ENGLISH GIANT?

The Sun report that Jurgen Klopp will NOT take a sabbatical after he leaves Dortmund paving the way for him to take the reigns at Liverpool.

Could this be the change the Merseyside giants need?

via Sun

29 May 2015

TOURE TO PLAY ON AT ANFIELD

Liverpool defender Kolo Toure has signed a contract extension, the Premier League club has announced.

Ivory Coast centre-back Toure, 34, is believed to have agreed to a one-year extension.

"Liverpool FC are pleased to announce Kolo Toure has signed an extension to his contract with the club," Liverpool said in a statement on their website.

via Sport24

29 May 2015

BORUC LEAVES SAINTS FOR PREMIER LEAGUE NEWBOYS

Premier League newcomers Bournemouth have signed Poland goalkeeper Artur Boruc on a free transfer following his release by Southampton, the club said in a statement .

via Sport24

29 May 2015

ADVOCAAT LEAVES BLACK CATS

Veteran Dutch coach Dick Advocaat has stepped down as head coach of Sunderland days after he ensured they retained their English Premier League status.

The 67-year-old - who among his many achievements has won league titles in three different countries - said he had received offers from other clubs but as he approaches his 68th birthday (September 27) he no longer wished to continue in club management.

via Sport24

29 May 2015

RIO, BARTON OUT IN THE COLD

Former Manchester United captain Rio Ferdinand and midfielder Joey Barton were among six players released by Queens Park Rangers following their relegation from the Premier League.

Joining Ferdinand and Barton in the search for a new club are Bobby Zamora, defender Richard Dunne, winger Shaun Wright-Phillips and goalkeeper Brian Murphy.

via Sport24

29 May 2015

BALOTELLI GOING...NOWHERE!

Misfiring Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli will remain at the club next season, his agent Mino Raiola claims.

The 24-year-old Italian struggled in his debut campaign at Anfield following his £16 million move from AC Milan last year, scoring just one league goal and four in all competitions.

via Sport24

29 May 2015

WIMMER SIGNS FOR SPURS

Tottenham Hotspur have signed Austrian defender Kevin Wimmer from FC Cologne, the Premier League club said on Friday.

via Sport24

27 May 2015

CARROLL KEEN ON A MOVE BACK HOME

Andy Carroll wants to engineer a summer move back to Newcastle United during the summer.

The 26-year-old striker was a youth product of Newcastle before moving to Liverpool for £35 million in 2011.

Carroll made a loan move to West Ham after failing to impress at Anfield.

In May 2013, West Ham signed Carroll on a permanent deal for around £15 million.

via Sun

27 May 2015

SAINTS AFTER ANOTHER DUTCH STAR

Southampton's Dutch manager is interested in a move for Jordy Clasie, shortly after bringing Eljero Elia to St. Mary's Stadium.

The Daily Star reports that Clasie's club, Feyenoord, have already rejected an initial bid from Southampton.

Southampton will have to up their bid from £5 million to  £12.7 million to sign Clasie. 

Clasie scored 2 goals in 33 appearances for Feyernoord this season.

via Daily Star

27 May 2015

POGBA NOT INTERESTED IN PREMIER LEAGUE MOVE

Paul Pogba is not keen on a return to the Premier League and will only leave Juventus for La Liga.

The 22-year-old midfielder is set to snub interest from Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea in favour of a move to either Barcelona or Real Madrid, reports L'Equipe

via L'Equipe (in French)

27 May 2015

SPURS WANT INGS ON A FREE

Tottenham Hotspur are tipped to rival Liverpool for the signature of England Under-21 international Danny Ings, reports the Independent.

Ings' Burnley deal expires at the end of May but Burnley will still recoup £5 million to £6 million as training compensation.

Ings scored 11 goals for Burnley but failed to help his side remain in the Premier League.

The same source hints at an Arsenal move for South­ampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin.

via The Independent

27 May 2015

TERRY AIMS TO END HIS CAREER AT CHELSEA

Chelsea legend John Terry wants to end his career at Stamford Bridge, reports talkSPORT.

Terry's remarkable 2014/15 season form ensured a further one year stay at the club and now the 34-year-old star is eyeing to finish his career at the Blues.

Terry did however say that he would consider a move to the MLS should he still feel good enough to play on and Chelsea decide otherwise.

“I would love to finish my career at Chelsea. I certainly don’t want to play for another club in the Premier League or England. I don’t think you get that loyalty within football anymore." said Terry.

via talkSPORT

27 May 2015

BALE THE KEY TO BENITEZ'S MADRID 

With media outlets widely reporting that Rafael Benitez is the man to take over from Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid, the Mirror report that the former Liverpool and Chelsea boss wants to make Gareth Bale his main man.

Bale has struggled for form this season and has found life tough at the Santiago Bernabeu with fans constantly heckling the club's record £86m signing.

This news is sure to end any and all talk of a possible Manchester United move for Bale in the summer...

via The Mirror

27 May 2015

UNITED WANT ALVES, NOT CLYNE

Manchester United are interested in Barcelona's experienced right back Dani Alves, who is a free agent in the summer. The Telegraph report that the Brazilian is Louis van Gaal's preferred choice and not Southampton's Nathaniel Clyne.

The same source reports that Manchester United are still interested in Mats Hummels while his German teammate Benedikt Howedes is also being linked with a move to Old Trafford. 

The Telegraph dismiss talk of a move for Valencia's Argentine defender Nicolas Otamendi.

via The Telegraph

27 May 2015

BENZEMA LINKED WITH RED DEVILS

Karim Benzema has been linked with a move to Arsenal in yesterday's updates and today there is talk of a move to Manchester United. 

The 27-year-old France star has four years left on his current deal so any move for the Real Madrid striker would cost in excess of £40 million.

Benzema netted 22 goals in 46 appearances this season with 10 assists.

via Guardian

26 May 2015

BENZEMA LINKED WITH ARSENAL MOVE

How's this for a transfer rumour:

Olivier Giroud sold to PSG to raise money for Arsenal's purchase of Real Madrid star Karim Benzema (£35 million).

Benzema's Madrid place then taken by Manchester City's golden boot winner Sergio Aguero (£60 million).

The piece left in the puzzle is to name Aguero's replacement...

via Express

26 May 2015

ORIGI SLAMMED BY FRENCH PRESS

Liverpool's on-loan striker Divock Origi has been named in L’Equipe’s Ligue 1 Worst Team of the Season.

The Belgium youngster signed for the Merseyside club after the Soccer World Cup for £10 million but spent the season on loan at Lille. 

The 20-year-old scored eight goals in 33 appearances but failed to scored between between October and March (20 games).

via Guardian

26 May 2015

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE OR BUST FOR SCHNEIDERLIN

Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur look set to lose out on Saints midfielder after the player's latest comments.

Morgan Schneiderlin will stay at Southampton and reject any others from Premier League clubs not involved in Champions League football next season.

"Yes, I think my decision is made," he told French radio station RMC.

"I learned a lot last season.

"The goal is to stay in England. It is a championship that I like and where I have a lot of fun."If I leave Southampton, it is for a club that plays better than the Europa League."

Over to you Arsene Wenger...

via ITV

26 May 2015

KOLO TO STAY ON AT ANFIELD

Kolo Toure, who is out of contract at the end of the month, will be offered a new one year deal at Liverpool, according to the Liverpool Echo.

The Ivorian defender told the Echo: “I think the situation will be resolved soon. We are talking,” he said.“Liverpool is a great club for me to stay at. Liverpool is going to be massive. I love Premier League football and I played all my years here. And if I can finish here it would be great."

via Liverpool Echo

26 May 2015

LITTLE PEA SENT BACK

Real Madrid have reportedly turned down the chance to sign Javier Hernandez on a permanent deal.

Hernandez will now return to Manchester United but his future at the English club appears over.

The Mexican international, who scored 9 goals in 33 games for Los Blancos, has been linked with a move to Southampton and West Ham United.

via Express

26 May 2015

KHEDIRA SNUBS PREMIER LEAGUE

Sami Khadira has reportedly agreed a deal to join Champions League finalists Juventus.

The 28-year-old German star is believed to have secured an after-tax salary of €4 million from the Italian champions.

Juventus are also reportedly making a move for Khedira's La Liga colleague, Dani Alves from Barcelona.

via One World Sports

26 May 2015

RODGERS SAFE AS REDS EYE BENTEKE 

Fenway Sports Group, the owners of Liverpool, are reportedly keen on bringing Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke to the club in the summer, reports the Independent.

Liverpool's goalscoring problems are well documented and Benteke is the man identified to solve the issues for the Merseyside club.

Benteke could cost as much as £20 million as the Belgian has more than two years left on his current Villa contract.

The same source also report that Brendan Rodgers will be kept on as manager of the club.

via The Independent

26 May 2015

RODGERS' JOB ON THE LINE

Following his side's final day humiliation at Stoke City, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers may well be looking for new work by the time the new season starts.

Rodgers said after the game, when asked if the result put his job on the line: "Absolutely. I have always said if the owners want me to go, I go. It is as simple as that. But I still feel I have a lot to offer here."

<p><strong>RODGERS' JOB ON THE LINE</strong></p><p>Following his side's final day humiliation at Stoke City, Liverpool manager <strong>Brendan Rodgers</strong> may well be looking for new work by the time the new season starts.</p><p>Rodgers said after the game, when asked if the result put his job on the line: "Absolutely. I have always said if the owners want me to go, I go. It is as simple as that. But I still feel I have a lot to offer here."</p>
See the full article HERE!

26 May 2015

PELLEGRINI CONFIDENT HE HAS CITY FUTURE

A season without silverware cost Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti his job but Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is confident over his job security.

"I'm always talking with Khaldoon every week," Pellegrini said.

"I don't need a special meeting with him.

"Of course when you finish the season you must analyse what we did, where we made mistakes and where we must improve, but we have very good communication."

See the full story HERE!

26 May 2015

WHERE TO NOW FOR FALCAO?

Manchester United will not be signing Colombia forward Radamel Falcao on a permanent basis, the Premier League club have said.

The 29-year-old will return to parent club Monaco, at least initially, after four goals in 29 appearances was not deemed good enough for United to consider splashing out the reported €55 million fee to buy him.

Read the article HERE!

26 May 2015

VAN GAAL SLAMS FELLAINI AFTER STAMP

A moment of madness from Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini may have put his Manchester United career in jeopardy.

Could the Belgian's actions see him sold in the summer?

See what Louis van Gaal said about the incident HERE!

26 May 2015

PETR CECH - WILL HE STAY OR WILL HE GO?

The Chelsea goalkeeper, 33, is keen to move in search of more regular first team football and has been strongly linked with Arsenal, but Jose Mourinho has not given up hope of keeping Cech.

Read more HERE!

26 May 2015

PREMIER LEAGUE TEAM OF THE SEASON

Sport24 journalist Wade Pretorius picked the Premier League Team of the Season - which has caused quite a stir for going with two strikers in this modern age of football. 

Here are his reasons for picking Aguero and Kane...

Sergio Aguero - (Manchester City) - I find it amazing that so many people overlooked the Argentine's immense contribution this season. Aguero was the first name "penciled in" for this team after racing away with the golden boot award.

Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) - Kane has had a brilliant season for Spurs and rightly takes his place alongside Sergio Aguero in this side. The young English striker's value sky-rocketed this term and many English fans will be hoping that the talented striker can continue his form in the national team's colours. (Kane was named the PFA Young Player of the Year this season)

See the full team HERE!

26 May 2015

DROGBA REFUSES TO JOIN ANOTHER EPL CLUB

Didier Drogba will not play for another English team when he leaves Chelsea and may follow Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard by ending his career in the United States.

The 37-year-old former Ivory Coast forward played his final game for Chelsea when the Premier League champions beat Sunderland 3-1 at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

"There are some really fantastic teams in the Premier League but my love for this club...I can't share it with another English team," he told the Daily Telegraph on Monday.

Read what Drogba said HERE!

26 May 2015

LAMPARD READY TO TAKE A BITE OUT OF THE BIG APPLE

Frank Lampard can't wait to start his new life in New York after ending his glittering Premier League career in typically stylish fashion.

Lampard said farewell to English football with the opening goal for Manchester City in their 2-0 win over Southampton at Eastlands on Sunday before his departure was acknowledged with a presentation after the match.

It was Lampard's 259th goal in 882 club matches and the perfect send-off as the former Chelsea and England midfielder prepares to join Major League Soccer outfit New York City.

Read more HERE!

26 May 2015

YAYA U-TURN

Yaya Toure's agent has performed a U-turn by declaring that the Ivory Coast midfielder would remain at Manchester City for next season.

Dimitri Seluk had previously claimed that Toure, 32, was "90 percent certain" to leave the Etihad Stadium amid reports of interest from Inter Milan and Paris Saint-Germain.

Click HERE for the full story...

26 May 2015

KANE KEEN ON WHITE HART LANE STAY

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has dismissed speculation of a move to Manchester United following his breakout season.

Kane has been Spurs' standout performer this season, scoring 21 league goals to help the club to a fifth-place finish in the English Premier League, and made it clear he would like to stay.

Read the full article HERE!
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