Latest Transfer News, Rumors & Gossip | 10 Aug 12, Friday

Latest Transfer News, Rumors & Gossip | 10 Aug 12, Friday

Catch all the latest transfer scoop from around the globe. The best transfer stories from Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1..

Starting Off

1) Daniel Agger rubbishes leaving Liverpool rumors as he gets a new YNWA tattoo on his fingers.

2) Tony Hibbert scores first goal for Everton, invites mass pitch invasion.

3) Holger Badstuber grabs Emre Can nastily in training.


Arsenal Transfer News

Arsenal have put their foot down and have said that they will not sell Robin Van Persie for anything less than £20 million and will demand an extra £5 million if the offer is from a rival Premier League club.

Full Story: Mirror

Manchester City Transfer News

Manchester City has told the Serbian full back Aleksander Kolarov that he can leave the club but only when the deal is completed between Manchester City and Juventus.

Full Story: talkSPORT

Manchester United Transfer News

In a move to force Robin Van Persie’s transfer to Manchester United, the club will offer the Dutch striker wages equaling Wayne Rooney. Manchester United have offered Van Persie a £220,000 per week salary.

Full Story: Telegraph

Liverpool Transfer News

Liverpool are reportedly looking to get Nuri Sahin from Real Madrid. Jose Mourinho has already admitted that he is ready to let Sahin go.

Full Story: Bleacher Report

Chelsea Transfer News

Romelu Lukaku won’t be leaving Chelsea to go to Fulham, revealed his agent. The striker will probably end up with another Premier Club as he seeks out a season long loan.

Full Story: talkSPORT


Other Gossip

Roberto Di Matteo is ultra impressed with Lucas Piazon in the pre season. And the manager is now ready to draft in the Brazilian to the 25 man Premier League squad list for 2012/13.

Liverpool are pushing hard to make a move for Barcelona forward Cristian Tello.


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