Latest Transfer News, Gossip & Rumors | 31 July 12, Tuesday

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Tuesday, 31 July 2012

 

Starting off is the utter ‘disgraceful’ tackle by Charlie Adam on Gareth Bale. Judge it yourselves. It looks regulation to us.

 

Arsenal Transfer News

Southampton seems like a very fruitful destination for Arsenal as they prepare to raid the club  again for Luke Shaw. Arsenal have already got Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from Southampton.

Full Story: Mirror

 

Chelsea Transfer News

Chelsea Chief Executive Ron Gourlay has admitted that the club is looking to sign at least 2 more players in this summer transfer window. Victor Moses, Edinson Cavani and  Cesar Azpilicueta are high on their radar.

Full Story: Express

 

Manchester United Transfer News

Manchester United are reportedly keen on Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama. The Kenyan has also ignited interested from various other clubs such as Arsenal and Stoke City.

Full Story: Daily Mail

 

Manchester City Transfer News

Manchester City wants Daniel Agger of Liverpool to fill in the void which would be left after the departure of Kolo Toure from the club. But they would have to shrug off strong interests from Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Full Story – Mirror

 

Liverpool Transfer News

Clint Dempsey has pulled out of Fulham’s pre season training at Switzerland to force a move to Liverpool.

Full Story: Goal

 

Other Gossip

Manchester United Team bus driver was the hero of the Red Devils, at least for a little while. The coach taking Manchester United players was stopped by Chinese Police for driving in the wrong direction, but the driver talked his way out of it it, much to the delight of the players.

Tottenham Hotspur are readying  a move for for former Chelsea player Ricardo Carvalho after Real Madrid said the the defender can leave the club.

 

 

 

 

 

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