Top Transfer Rumours Of The Day: Rudiger, Joe Hart, Ceballos, And More

1. Dani Ceballos to Real Madrid

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What’s the story?

The player has been a target for Zinedine Zidane for the past few weeks, and after his recent performances for Spain in the U-21 European Championships, the interest has been fully justified. However, after his side’s loss in the final to Germany, the player opened up to the media, and as mentioned by Goal.com, he will take his time to make a decision on his future.

Should the deal take place?

The Real Betis midfielder has been in prime form in the past couple of seasons, and is eyed as a perfect fit at the Santiago Bernabeu. The Player of the Tournament in the international championship was instrumental in bringing Spain to the final, and deserves every bit of attraction coming his way. Los Blancos might be bidding goodbye to Kovacic and James in the summer, hence making it the perfect time to bring in a youngster eager to make it big.

Possibility of it happening

“I want to disconnect, spend my holiday with the family and, after a couple of weeks, I’ll start to see proposals and think about my future,” is what Ceballos said while speaking in an interview, hence leaving a possibility of a deal at 5/10.


2. Riyad Mahrez To Arsenal

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What’s the story?

With latest reports coming in from various sources, The Sun included, Arsenal are a step away from welcoming Riyad Mahrez into their ranks during the summer transfer window. The PFA player of the year in 2015-16 is expected to sign for the London club in the week to come, with the price assumed to be £35 million.

Should the deal take place?

The winger is keen to find regular Champions League Football next season, as he is prepared to say goodbye to the Foxes. Although Arsene Wenger does not have that to offer, the boss has still managed to convince the Algerian to come to the Emirates and help change things around. A huge amount of spending is demanded by the fans of Arsenal, and Mahrez could be a positive step to head towards the season to come.

Possibility of it happening

The chances of the winger signing seems to be strongly placed at 9/10 currently.


3. Antonio Rudiger To Chelsea

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What’s the story?

Chelsea seem to be on the verge of welcoming a new centre-back at Stamford Bridge, as rumours coming in from the Metro suggest that Antonio Rudiger is ready to be Conte’s first major signing of the summer. After 72 appearances for Roma, the player is set to make a switch to England for a fee of £33 million.

Should the deal take place?

The Germany international has been a rock solid defender for the Italian giants since 2015, and he sparked the rumours of his move by liking Nike’s Instagram post, which revealed Chelsea’s new home kit for next season. The German is the Italian boss’ dream, and hence, could be a straight entry into the Blues’ starting line up on his arrival.

Possibility of it happening

Alex Sandro and Bakayoko are also on Chelsea’s huge summer transfer list, and given Champions League ambitions to cope up with next season, players are expected to flow in as soon as possible. The possibility of Rudiger arriving is a strong 8/10.


4. Joe Hart To Manchester United

Reuters / Lee Smith

What’s the story?

As shocking as it may sound, Manchester City’s goalkeeper Joe Hart could well be on the way to join his arch-rivals Manchester United, and in the news mentioned by the Express, Pep Guardiola seems to have given the green signal in favour of the deal.

Should the deal take place?

The English shot stopper is being eyed as a potential replacement for David De Gea if the latter leaves for Real Madrid. Hart has run out of favour at the Etihad, and with Everton and West Ham interested in his services, a move will be the most practical decision to make.

Possibility of it happening

The chances of Joe Hart joining the arch-nemesis of his side seem to be low, with the possibility being 2/10.

 



Written by Vikram Gupta  

An attacker with his words, and defends each of them with pride. A love for the game which goes hand in hand with his will to forever write. A graduate in the course of advertising and a hopeful to be author. Herrera for the win.

 

1 Comment

  1. Martin Ivar Larsen on July 4, 2017 at 3:08 pm

    Manchester United not need him
    Oblak is good
    Hørte is like garbage
    He comming from City
    Only one player i want from City is aguero

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