Transfer News – 7th July, 2015:Simone Zaza joins Juventus on five year deal, Manchester United agree Matteo Darmian deal, Iker Casillas eyeing Porto move.
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Zaza joins Juventus on five year deal, Manchester United agree Matteo Darmian
deal, Iker Casillas eyeing Porto move,Southampton
still eyeing Toby Alderweireld, Arsenal to fight for Isco and much more in
today’s transfer gossips.
Juventus add another
striker Simone Zaza
have sealed the deal of strikerSimone
Zaza from Sassuolo, as per the official website.
24-year-old striker who scored 11 goals last term will be competing Paulo
Dybala and Mario Mandzukic who both recently joined the Turin side. Read Fully Story
Arsenal and Chelsea to
fight for Isco
and Chelsea are keen to fight for Real Madrid midfielder Isco. The Daily Mirror
reported that the Los Blancos are in no mood to sell their star player.
side Juventus are also interested in his move.
Manchester United agree
Matteo Darmian deal
League side Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign Matteo Darmian from
Torino, according to SkySports.
rejected two bids but accepted the third one which is around £12.7million. The
full-back will now be moving for the medical soon.Read Fully Story
Newcastle United yet to make bid for Georginio Wijnaldum
Newcastle Untied have not submitted a bid for PSV Eindhoven midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum but the reports believe that the Magpies will be reigniting their interest next week.
Russian side Zenit St Petersburg are also interested in his move.
Southampton keen on Toby
are keen to sign Toby Alderweireld from Atletico Madrid despite of knowing that
Tottenham Hotspur are set to win the race.
Belgian spent last season at the Saints on loan but he is closing on to seal his
move to Spurs, as per SkySports.
Iker Casillas eye Porto
Real Madrid veteran Iker Casillas is eyeing to join Portuguese side Porto, as per
his agent comments.
34-year-old has two years left on his current contract with the Spanish giants but
the veteran is keen to leave as Real eye Man Untied stopper David de Gea.