Thursday, 30 May 2013

Thursday Transfer News: Real Madrid to make £100m swoop for Gareth Bale and Luis Suarez


 THIS MORNING'S transfer news sees Real Madrid send Zinedine Zidane to London to broker a deal with Tottenham for £60m forward Gareth Bale whilst Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is eyeing up a move to the Spanish capital club for a figure of around £40m. Also, Mark Hughes has been appointed Stoke manager.

As the end of the season approaches, clubs are preparing to make their moves in the summer transfer market. Here is a roundup of all the latest news, rumours and gossip...
Zinedine Zidane is set to fly to London to broker a £60 million deal to take Tottenham’s Gareth Bale to Real Madrid
And Luis Suarez last night opened the door to a blockbusting move to Real Madrid by admitting he would find an offer from the Spaniards hard to turn down
Stoke City have appointed Mark Hughes as their new manager and will formally unveil him at a press conference today
Manuel Pellegrini has admitted he has a verbal agreement to become the new manager of Manchester City
Rafa Benitez wants to take David Luiz with him to Napoli, as Chelsea open talks with Roma over a £10 million move for Italy midfielder Daniele De Rossi
Joe Cole has urged Andy Carroll to do what he did and end his Liverpool nightmare by signing for West Ham
Marouane Fellaini has handed incoming boss Roberto Martinez a huge boost by pledging his future to Everton
transfer news, transfer rumours, transfer talk, transfer gossip, Thursday transfer newsMark Hughes is to be formally unveiled as the new Stoke City manager later today
Aston Villa have entered the race to sign Celtic target Aleksandar Tonev
Liverpool have completed the signing of Iago Aspas for a reported fee of £8m
Arsenal could make an approach for unsettled Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel in the summer
Club chat and other gossip
Crystal Palace have managed to tie down Peter Ramage and midfielder Owen Garvan, after the pair signed two-year contract extensions
Manchester United boss David Moyes was last night revealed as a key player in shaping the SFA’s new coaching plans
Best of the rest
WATCH: Roy Hodgson struggles to find his best England team as Ireland earn Wembley draw
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has been named as the new manager of Belgian second division side Royal Antwerp


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