Latest Transfer News, Rumors & Gossip | 16 July 2012, Monday

All the latest round up of transfer news, rumors & gossip 

Monday, 16 July 2012

 

Arsenal Transfer News

Crunch time for Arsenal! Robin Van Persie all set to join gunners in their pre season tour of Asia, which starts on Saturday unless the club receive any bids from interested parties Manchester City, Manchester United or Juventus.

Full Story: Mirror

Barcelona Transfer News

Arsenal and France defender Laurent Koscielny could be moving to Nou Camp, as Barcelona boss Tito Vilanova has made a central defender his priority summer signing.

Full Story: Metro

Liverpool Transfer News 

Liverpool has rejected a Newcastle United’s bid for Andy Carroll. Newcastle United had bid for a season long loan with an option to buy the player at the end of the loan spell.

Full Story: Sky Sports

Manchester City Transfer News

Carlos Tevez looks likely to leave Manchester City this summer, with AC Milan the preferred choice. A move which will also allow Roberto Mancini to buy Robin Van Persie from Arsenal.

Full Story: Daily Mail

Manchester United Transfer News 

Dimitar Berbatov has had enough at lack of chances at United and will be leaving the club this summer.

Full Story: Sky Sports

Manchester United and Ajax all set to talk upon transfer of Danish international Christian Eriksen. But the player is also interested in a Barcelona move.

Full Story: Mirror

Real Madrid Transfer News

Real Madrid are all set to complete the move for Luka Modric from Tottenham Hotspur. The deal is expected to be completed in the next two days.

Full Story: Sun

Chelsea Transfer News

Brazilian wonder boy Oscar, looks likely to go to Chelsea as Roman Abramovich puts his foot down again displacing former employee Andres Villas Boas out of the race.

Full Story: Express

 

And in other football gossip, Everton legend Graeme Sharp has said that Michael Owen could be perfect for Everton and will be great support to Nikica Jelavic at Goodison Park.

Full Story: talkSPORT

 

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