Latest Transfer News, Rumors & Gossip | 25 Aug 2012, Saturday

Latest Transfer News, Rumors & Gossip | 25 Aug 2012, Saturday

Arsenal Transfer News
Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the club will spend the money again in this transfer window. And also said that their would be departures too.

Full Story: The Guardian

Manchester United Transfer News
Sir Alex Ferguson, on the other hand, has said that the club won’t be buying or selling anyone in this transfer window.  Angelo Henriquez will be the last player to come in Manchester United.

Full Story: BBC

Liverpool Transfer News
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has dismissed reports that the club needs to buy a goal scoring striker.

Full Story: talkSPORT

Chelsea Transfer News
Chelsea has completed the signing of Nigerian player Victor Moses from Wigan Athletic, thus becoming Chelsea’s 6th signing of this transfer window.

Full Story: ChelseaFC

Manchester City Transfer News
Bayern’s failure to capture Javi Martinez from Athletic Bilbao has sparked interest from Manchester City.

Full Story: Manchester Evening News

Other Gossip

Tottenham Hotspur will go head to head with Manchester United, as they prepare to trigger the £15 million fee for Fulham midfielder Moussa Demblele.
Arif Naqvi, the Dubai based chief executive of Abraaj Capital, is Scottish club Rangers largest shareholder. Mike Ashley, too, will be one of the shareholders as the Newcastle owner is expected to invest in the club.
Swansea City has broken the club record for Ki Sung-Yeng of Celtic. The fee is expected to be around £6 million.
And Michael Laudrup does not want to stop the spending their as he plans to bring Pablo Hernandez from Valencia.
Both West Ham United and Sunderland are looking to sign West Bromwich Albion striker Peter Odemwingie.
Michael Dawson, may now, move to Sunderland as the deal with QPR hits a roadblock.

Transfer Deals Completed on 24 Aug 2012.
Matt Jarvis (Wolverhampton Wanderers to West Ham United)
Cesar Azpilicueta (Marseille to Chelsea)
Steven Fletcher (Wolverhampton Wanderers to Sunderland)

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