Manchester United agreed Vidal deal, Khedira eyed by Bayern, Arsenal target Schneiderlin handed a transfer request all in today's transfer roundup.
Here are some of the important signings made by Premier League clubs this summer.
Thursday, 31 July 2014
Manchester United agreed Vidal deal, Khedira eyed by Bayern Munich, Arsenal target Schneiderlin handed a transfer request, all in today's transfer roundup.
Wednesday, 30 July 2014
Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon has put William Carvalho on sale which has alerted many big names including Arsenal.
After a season of winning the closest Premier League title in years, Manuel Pellegrini will be hoping his team will not rest on laurels this season. Having seen arsenal what happened to his predecessor Roberto Mancini when he failed to win a title after a Premier League winning season, the Chilean has taken all the necessary steps to avoid the repetition of history.
Manchester United flop Marouane Fellaini is set to leave the Old Trafford as Serie A side Napoli are showing interest in the Belgian midfielder.
Chelsea striker Lukaku on Wolfsburg's radar, Origi joined Liverpool, Kagawa set to leave United and much more in today's transfer gossips.
The news has emerged from Liverpool camp that they have failed to sign Loic Remy from QPR. This deal seemed so obvious to the last minute until it was announced that Remy has failed his medical and the deal is off. The reason for this failure is told to be his knee injury. It is a big blow not only for Loic Remy but also for Brendan Rodgers who had already made up his mind about Remy’s role in his side. But much to Liverpool fans’ amusement, Brendan Rodgers has clearly shown his intent once more to keep on spending the money. The gap created by Luis Suarez departure is big so Liverpool do need someone who can help this team to perform well in his absence.
With a season to forget behind them and certainly going into a new era, an era which will not be dictated by Xavi but that will be constructed by Rackitic and Busquets in the midfield. By announcing Luis Enrique the man to lead them, Barcelona has made it clear very much even before the start of this season that even though they adore the 2008-12 era of Pep Guardiola, they will not rue upon their history and certainly the signings made by them have made sense.