Latest Transfer News & Rumors | 17 July 2012, Tuesday

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

17 Jul 2012, Tueday

 

Manchester City Transfer News

M’Baye Niang, the 17 year old French wonder boy who plays at Caen could be on his way to Manchester City. Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are also believed to be interested in the youngster.

Full Story: Mirror

Arsenal Transfer News

Arsenal are hoping to sign Ibrahim Afellay from Barcelona. Arsenal believes the Dutch midfielder will be able to persuade Robin Van Persie to stay at Arsenal.

Full Story: Bleacher Report

Liverpool Transfer News

Liverpool striker Andy Carroll will be the main topic of Newcastle United’s renewed bid. Liverpool rejected the first bid from Newcastle for a season long loan with a clause for permanent move.

Full Story: Independent

Liverpool are getting serious about Arsenal winger Theo Walcott and are ready to outbid Chelsea, who also seem to be interested in making a move for the English international.

Full Story: The Sun

Chelsea Transfer News

Chelsea has agreed a transfer deal for Brazilian Oscar from Internacional. It is believed that Roman Abramovich has met the £25 million price tag set by Internacional.

Full Story: Sky Sports

Florent Malouda’s transfer to Santos hits a roadblock as the Frenchman’s wage demand are too high for the Brazilian club.

Full Story: Mirror

 

Other Gossip

Aston Villa could be on the verge of signing Ron Vlaar from the Dutch club Feyenoord. The defender has apparently refused a contract extension at the Dutch club and would like to move to Aston Villa.

Full Story: Goal 

Inter Milan’s striker Luc Castaignos is being linked with three Premier League clubs. The Dutch man is expected to say good bye to Inter Milan this summer. QPR, West Ham United and Everton are all looking to snap up the player.

Full Story: InsideFutbol

And that’s about it, not much happening, transfer wise at Barcelona and Real Madrid today.

 

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