LIVE Transfer Updates: Thursday, July 28
Major Done Deal: Higuain Completes Juventus Switch
Major Transfer Story: Pogba To Man Utd Will Be Done Within The Next Two Days [Di Marzio]
United Consider Keane Offers
According to Sky Sports, Manchester United will consider bids for young striker Will Keane.
Napoli President Slammed By Higuain
Higuain, who completed his move to Juventus yesterday, said: “I can only say that now I have no relationship with him because his way of thinking isn’t the same as mine.
“If I made this decision it’s also because he pushed me into it.
“When my three years there came to an end I felt it was time for a change. I want to thank the fans and my team-mates, but not him.
“I no longer had any kind of relationship with De Laurentiis, I can’t be clearer than that. He didn’t treat me well and we didn’t have a relationship. I couldn’t stand to be around him for another minute.”
Liverpool Target Extends Leicester Contract
BREAKING: Defender @BenChilwell signs new #lcfc contract to June 2021: https://t.co/GU3OCtMYw2 pic.twitter.com/jQpy9ScJ0U
— Leicester City (@LCFC) July 28, 2016
Guardiola Confirm City Wants Star Duo
After win against Borussia Dortmund on penalties, Pep Guardiola said: “Sane’s a Schalke player, it could happen, if he comes I’m happy, but if he stays I’m happy for Schalke fans.”
The Spaniard also talked about Stones’ pursuit, he added: “Everyone knows we are going to try, but I don’t know what’s going to happen.”
Real Madrid Close In On Newcastle Midfielder
Ulloa Interests Swansea
Sky Sports understands, Swansea City have made an enquiry for Premier League winner Leonardo Ulloa.
Gameiro Agree Atletico Move
As per Marca, Atletico Madrid have reached an agreement with Sevilla for transfer of Kevin Gameiro.
Atletico Madrid will reportedly pay €30m plus €5m in add-ons to Sevilla for the French striker.
Mourinho Interested In Signing Turkish Midfielder Ozyakup
Arsenal To Not Spend Big
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis admits the club will not compete over transfer fees with their rivals.
“We can’t afford to outgun competitors that have far more money. We have to be very careful, very selective,” Gazidis said.
“We would not be successful if we simply went out into the transfer market and tried to outgun our competitors.
“We’re run in a self-sustaining way, and a way that we believe in, because we believe it gives us certainty for the future and enables us to plan our future with confidence. That means we can’t afford to make huge mistakes in the transfer market. We can’t afford to outgun competitors that have far more money to splurge on transfer fees than we do. So we have to be very careful, very selective about how we do things.”
Perez Wanted By Barcelona
According to the Daily Mail, Newcastle striker Ayoze Perez could be subject of shock bid from Barcelona.
The La Liga champions are keen to bring a back-up striker at the Camp Nou.