Caught Offside

Arsenal Aston Villa Burnley Chelsea Crystal Palace Everton Hull City Leicester City Liverpool Man City Man Utd Newcastle QPR Southampton Stoke Sunderland Swansea Spurs West Brom West Ham

Transfer Rumour Gossip: Man United To Move for Top Notch Trio In January, Chelsea In Talks to Sign Goal Machine, Toffees Starlet to Sign New Contract, Alan Pardew Has No Plans to Sell Magpies Striker

by Richie Morgan

Comments

1 2 3Next

A round-up of Friday’s biggest transfer stories.  

Read great fanatix stories in Indonesian Bahasa! Bola berita.

Freddy Guarin

Premier League champions Manchester United have opened talks with Inter Milan over the purchase of £10 million-rated midfield player Fredy Guarin in January.

Full story: The Metro

Representatives from both Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United met with Guarin’s agent on Thursday, however, Premier League rivals Chelsea have now dropped out of the running for the Colombia international.

Full story: The Daily Express

Manchester United have no plans just yet to start negotiations with unsettled front man Wayne Rooney over a new contract for the England international, even though arch-rivals Chelsea are set on making another move for the player at the end of this season.

Full story: The Daily Mirror

Both Chelsea and Manchester United are keen on bringing experienced Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso back to the Premier League in the summer, while the Spaniard’s former club Liverpool are said to also be monitoring the player’s situation at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Full story: The Daily Star

Chelsea have already spoken to mega-rich Ligue 1 outfit AS Monaco about the possibility of signing red-hot forward Radamel Falcao when the transfer window opens again next month amid speculation that the Colombian does not currently see eye to eye with the French club’s manager Claudio Ranieri.

Full story: The Daily Express

Chelsea will try and sign highly rated young Southampton left-back Luke Shaw in the new year, with the England Under-21 international expected to cost the west London club £20m to buy.

Full story: The Daily Telegraph

West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce says that he “has not heard anything” about the Hammers signing former Newcastle United attacker Obafemi Martins on loan in January.

Full story: talkSPORT

1 2 3Next

Comments



Tagged Under:

Comments