Transfer News – 11th July, 2015: Manchester United seal Bastian Schweinsteiger deal, Man City target Delph set to stay at Aston Villa, Stoke City complete Glen Johnson move.
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United seal Bastian Schweinsteiger deal, Man City target Fabian Delph set to
stay at Aston Villa, Stoke City complete Glen Johnson move for free, Arsenal eye Man Untied defender Jonny Evans and much more in today’s news roundup.
Bastian Schweinsteiger set to complete
Manchester United move
United are set to complete Bastian Schweinsteiger deal as it is confirmed that the
German club have agreed to sell Schweinsteiger to the Old Trafford side.
World Cup winners who entered his last year of the contract at Allianz Arena
will now be heading for a medical. Read Full Story!
Fabian Delph to stay at Villa Park
Villa captain Fabian Delph has no plans to leave the Villa Park despite of being
in link with Manchester City in the last few days, according to SkySports.
reports revealed that Man City were closing on his £8million deal, however the recent
statement from the English midfielder has denied the reports.Read Full Story!
Arsenal shock move for Jonny Evans
are planning to sign Manchester United center-back Jonny Evans for a fee around
£10million, according to Daily Star.
Fenerbahce complete Robin van Persie
van Persie has completed his move to Fenerbahce, as per Turkish reports.
Manchester United striker who was in link with several sides has reportedly sealed
his move to the Turkish club.
Stoke City sign Glen Johnson
City have signed Glen Johnson on a free transfer, according to SkySports.
The former Chelsea full-back was released by Liverpool earlier this
summer. See All Stoke Transfers!
Stephan El Shaarawy closing on Monaco
AC Milan attacker Stephan El Shaarawy is closing on his move to French side AS
Monaco, as per the reports.
Italian forward will be having a medical this weekend ahead of his move to the French
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