Latest Transfer News, Gossips & Rumors | 18 Jul 2012, Wednesday

Find Out All the Latest Transfer News, Gossips & Rumors from the World of Football.

18 Jul 2012, Wednesday

 

Arsenal Transfer News

Carlos Vela of Arsenal has completed his move to sign permanently for Spanish side Real Sociedad. Carlos Vela signed for Arsenal in 2005 but was not a regular starter and spent his time on loan at various clubs.

Full Story: Goal

Arsenal are also trying to sign midfielder Paulinho from Corinithians. Arsene Wenger willing to show his intent of winning trophies by signing the attacking midfieder.

Full Story: Times

 

Chelsea Transfer News

Napoli striker Edison Cavani demands a whopping £150,000 a week deal to come at Stamford Bridge.

Full Story: Daily Mail

 

Liverpool Transfer News

Liverpool will not let go of Andy Carroll cheaply. The Reds want £20m from Newcastle United, if they want to get the big striker back at Sports Direct Arena.

Full Story: Guardian

 

Manchester City Transfer News

Manchester City defender Micah Richards is Jose Mourinho’s second option if the Maicon deal fails to follow through.

Full Story: talkSPORT

 

Manchester United Transfer News

Manchester United are readying themselves to be without Dimitar Berbatov next season. As, West ham United prepare bid to rescue the Bulgarian striker.

Full Story: Mirror 

 

Tottenham Hotspur Transfer News

Spurs boss Andres Villas Boas is looking get Malaga striker Jose Salomon Rondon to White hart Lane. A deal which could see Giovani dos Santos go the other way.

Full Story: Daily Mail

 

Bayern Munich Transfer News

Bayern Munich are not upbeat on Javi Martinez’s transfer from Athletic Bilbao as the Spanish club demands £31.4m for the midfielder.

Full Story: Sky Sports

 

Real Madrid Transfer News

Kaka could be out of  Real Madrid this season, with England supposedly his favored destination.

Full Story: talkSPORT

 

Other News 

And finally, PSG has captured Zlatan Ibrahimovic from AC Milan. The Deal is done, confirmed Leonardo, the sporting director of PSG.

Full Story: Goal

 

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