Latest Transfer News, Rumors & Gossip | 26 July 2012, Thursday

Latest Transfer News, Rumors & Gossip | 26 July 2012, Thursday

All the latest football transfer news & rumors from Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga …..

 

Arsenal Transfer News

Arsene Wenger admits, again, that he is keen to keep Robin Van Persie at the club despite no contract renewal by the player.

Full Story: Daily Mail

 

Manchester United Transfer News

Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted that the club is looking to sign at least 2 more players before the summer transfer window closes. United have  already signed Shinji Kagawa and Nick Powell so far.

 

Liverpool Transfer News

Liverpool’s offer of £10 million and Jonjo Shelvey on loan for Joe Allen of Swansea has been rejected by the club.

Full Story: BBC 

 

Chelsea Transfer News

Chelsea formally announces the signing of Brazilian international player Oscar from Internacional.

Full Story: ChelseaFC

 

Tottenham Hotspur Transfer News

Spurs have accused Arsenal of making a fake bid for Lyon’s keeper Hugo Lloris to shoot the player’s price up.

Full Story: Metro

 

AC Milan Transfer News

AC Milan chief Adriano Galliani has admitted that he wants Kaka back at San Siro in a dream return for the player and the club.

Full Story: ESPNStar

 

Barcelona Transfer News

Barcelona has completed the loan signing of Boca Juniors striker Sergio Araujo.

Full Story: TribalFootball

 

PSG (Paris Saint-Germain) Transfer News

PSG are all set to hijack Real Madrid’s transfer deal for Luka Modric as the French big money spenders are ready to meet Tottenham’s price of £40million.

Full Story: Daily Mail

 

Other Gossip

Thierry Henry could make a sensational return back to Arsenal, either as a player or coach, the Frenchman hinted.

Everton’s Johnny Heitinga is all set to move to Turkey with Fenerbahce in a £5 million deal.

Loic Remy of Marseille move to Newcastle United might eventually see the light of the day as Alan Pardew is ready to splash the cash.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has said that Gareth Bale could be banned over his decision to not play in the Olympics.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has given a lifeline to Andy Carroll‘s future at Anfield as he said that Carroll is one of the best young players in the World.

 

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