Home » Latest, Transfers » Latest Transfer News – Tuesday 27 August 2013

Manchester United are ready to offer Everton a £25million – £20m plus extras – deal for midfielder Marouane Fellaini, but Leighton Baines is left in the dark.(Daily Mirror)

Gareth Bale has been ordered back into Tottenham training on Tuesday. Furious Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy stepped in and stalled Bale’s £86million transfer in protest at what he believes to be the “arrogance” of buying club Real Madrid. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United have joined Chelsea in the battle to sign Porto’s French defender Eliaquim Mangala. (Daily Mirror)

Karim Benzema has been offered to Arsenalas part of a sensational shake-up at Real Madrid, and Ozil and Di Maria could also be up for grabs if Suarez and Bale are brought into the Spanish club. (Daily Mirror)

Cardiff are trying to sign Barcelona forward Isaac Cuenca on a season-long loan. The club are also battling Swansea in an attempt to bring Peter Odemwingie on board. (Daily Mirror)

West Brom are not only considering bids from Swansea and Cardiff for striker Peter Odemwingie, but also from Stoke City. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has been told by Denmark manager Morten Olsen that he has no future at international level until he leaves the Emirates. It could force the Dane to leave for pastures new.

If Manchester United want to enter the race for Gareth Bale, they’ll have to pay a whopping £125m. (The Sun).

Gareth Bale will finally be able to move to Real Madrid when Tottenham have brought in Eric Lamela as a replacement. (The Daily Mail).

Arsenal have reportedly joined Spurs in the battle for young Bulgarian winger Todor Nedelev. (The Daily Mail).

Carlton Cole could finally be back in work again with a move to Championship club Reading. (The Sun).

Cardiff are in talks with Heerenveen in an attempt to bring Icelandic striker Alfred Finnbogason to the Cardiff City Stadium, but they might have to fork out £6m. (The Daily Mail).


Related Posts

No comments yet... Be the first to leave a reply!

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.