Latest Transfer News, Rumors & Gossip | 27 July 2012, Friday

Latest Transfer News, Rumors & Gossip and all the scoop | 27 July 2012, Friday

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


Arsenal Transfer News

Arsenal are ready to keep Robin Van Persie at the club at least till January. The decision has come after the club decided that they need to be tough, when it comes to selling their players.

Full Story: Daily Star


Manchester United Transfer News

Sao Paulo vice president Joao Paulo de Jesus Lopes still believes that a deal could be made with Manchester United for Lucas Moura.

Full Story: Daily Mail


Chelsea Transfer News

Chelsea has made another bid for Wigan player Victor Moses and the amount is supposed to be near £9 million mark.

Full Story: Goal


Liverpool Transfer News

Alberto Aquilani admits frustration at Liverpool but is hopeful that he will get a chance under Brendan Rodgers.

Full Story: BBC


Manchester City Transfer News

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has admitted that the club needs to buy some players quickly.

Full Story: Guardian


Other Gossip

Aston Villa fan and Hollywood legend Tom Hanks spoke with Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert before their friendly with Portland Timbers. Apparently Tom Hanks was interested in Paul Lambert’s strategy and tactics for the upcoming season.

 Edinson Cavani could be on his way to Chelsea as the Uruguayan’s wife has joined him England after she mugged in Naples.

Tim Cahill has now officially signed for New York Red Bulls from Everton, the club confirmed.

West Ham United have made a club record bid for Andy Carroll of Liverpool but the striker does not seem to be interested.

Juventus are keen on Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko as they want look to strengthen their attack.

And to wrap it up, Roberto Mancini met Jackie Chan on the club’s Asia tour.

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