Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Some interesting transfer gist you might be interested in

Google Image: Karim Benzema
We hear that Manchester United are preparing to join Arsenal in the race to sign Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema this summer, who is valued at around £40m. United indeed need to sign a striker yes or yes?

From the stables of the Gunners, Theo Walcott is in the news as it is reported that the winger will hold crunch talks with Arsenal next week. 

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is monitoring Villarreal striker Gerard Moreno as a surprise summer target. Well, we all know how Wenger likes to trade, he like them cheap but with quality. The player scored 16 times for his club in the recently concluded season.

John Terry wants to finish his career at Chelsea - but would be open to joining Frank Lampard in America. You will agree that he had the best of the season and his fans and the entire Chelsea outfit would not mind having him around for another season.

Juventus hope to close on a deal for Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira. It could be said without fear of contradiction that the player is surplus to requirment at this point in time and the best option for him is to make that move away from the Bernabeau.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers wants Christian Benteke. Of course they need a goal-scorer at Anfield and the Belgian would not be a bad idea afterall, having netted 12 times in his last 12 appearances appearances. At least they won't have to rely so much on Daniel Sturridge and Raheem Sterling.

Paris Saint-German are reportedly interested in signing Xavi on loan this summer. He announced last week that he was leaving Barcelona for Al-Saad but it is also being reported that the midfield maestro might be playing in Paris next season. We understand that The president of his new club is the brother of Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, Emir of Qatar and the "real owner of PSG". 

Just like we saw in the case of Frank Lampar who joined MLS outfit but ended up playing for Manchester City.

Pellegrini insists Yaya Toure will remain at Man City. Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is confident that Yaya Toure still has unfinished business at the club, however he would not be leaving this summer despite being linked with a move away from Etihad. Time shall tell.

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