Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Tuesday Transfer News: Ashley Williams could be allowed to join Arsenal or Liverpool


THIS MORNING'S transfer news sees Swansea manager Michael Laudrup finally admit that Arsenal and Liverpool target Ashley Williams could be sold this summer, while Malaga pair Isco and Manuel Pellergini openly discuss their potential switches to Manchester City and Aston Villa open talks with forward Andreas Weimann over a new contract at the club, amidst interest from Newcastle, Sunderland and Norwich.

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...
Michael Laudrup is facing up to the prospect of losing Arsenal and Liverpool target Ashley Williams, to help fund Swansea’s summer spending
Manchester City target Isco admits he would relish the chance to continue playing under their new boss Manuel Pellegrini after their successful time together at Malaga, despite continued interest from Real Madrid
Aston Villa will open talks with Andreas Weimann on a new contract this week in a bid to see off interest from Newcastle, Sunderland and Norwich
Andrey Arshavin's former club Zenit St Petersburg may offer him a route out of Arsenal when his contract expires this summer
Romelu Lukaku has told Dieumerci Mbokani to consider a move to West Brom as his replacement, as he prepares to head back to parent club Chelsea
EXCLUSIVE: Lech Poznan have launched a £175,000 bid to land Motherwell attacker Henrik Ojamaa, with free transfer Barry Douglas from Dundee United also set to sign

Liverpool outcast Danny Wilson pens three-year deal at Hearts, securing a permanent move away from Anfield
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 EXCLUSIVE: Nicky Clark is finally ready to make it big at Rangers – after the Ibrox giants initially showed him the door because they thought he was too small

Kevin Thomson has admitted the Scottish Cup Final could be his farewell appearance for Hibernian, as he wants another crack at England this summer

Club chat and other gossip

Rene Meulensteen is set to become the third member of Sir Alex Ferguson’s coaching staff to leave Manchester United

Neil Lennon will hold crunch talks with Dermot Desmond this week about how Celtic progress next season

Everton defender Phil Jagielka is ready to turn up the gas on an international career that has been something of a slow-burn affair, as he bids to become England manager Roy Hodgson's choice at centre-back

Best of the rest

WATCH: Crystal Palace rise to prince Kevin Phillips, after his penalty seals the Eagles Premier League return two months short of his 40th birthday

Phillips' goal is estimated to be worth £120 million for Palace, with manager Ian Holloway saying he will keep on signing him until he is 60

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