Monday, 3 June 2013

Monday Transfer News: Jose Mourinho to make just one big Chelsea signing this summer

 THIS MORNING'S transfer news sees Jose Mourinho claim he will be Chelsea manager by the end of the week, having told owner Roman Abramovich he needs just one blockbuster transfer this summer. Meanwhile Newcastle have joined the race for Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama..

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...
Chelsea manager-to-be Jose Mourinho has revealed that he will seal his Stamford Bridge comeback by the end of this week
EXCLUSIVE: Jose Mourinho has told Roman Abramovich he only needs one big signing to make Chelsea great again next season
Victor Wanyama race hots up as Newcastle United declare interest in the £10 million-rated Celtic midfielder
Lyon midfielder Clement Grenier is set to snub Juventus and Liverpool – hinting at a move to Arsenal after France’s tour of South America
Christian Benteke is ready to tell Aston Villa he wants to leave to try to force a move to either Arsenal or Spurs
In-demand Michael Laudrup is a wanted man this summer, but he will be staying loyal to Swansea City
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Club chat and other gossip
Neymar admits “having butterflies in my stomach” about joining Lionel Messi and co at Barcelona, after turning down interest from the Premier League
England Under-21 goalkeeper Jason Steele says the time for excuses is over as they prepare for this week’s European Championships
Daniel Sturridge fears he could miss the start of next season, which will intensify Liverpool’s striking problems as the Luis Suarez furore rumbles on
Best of the rest
WATCH: Wayne Rooney the Rio-deemer as Roy Hodgson's England come so close to Brazil win in the Maracana stadium
Graham Arnold, an A-League winning coach in Australia, claims he has turned down an approach from Sheffield United, calling the League One club “prehistoric”

source: express

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