Monday, 22 July 2013

Monday Transfer News: Arsenal struggle to sign Suarez and Higuain as Spurs bid for Soldado

 THIS MORNING'S transfer news sees Tottenham prepare to break the bank with an £18m bid for Spanish striker Roberto Soldado, while Luis Suarez meets up with the rest of the Liverpool squad in Australia as he waits on Arsenal to make their next move. But Arsene Wenger could
be about to miss out to Napoli for Gonzalo Higuain, as the Frenchman struggles to land top targets at the Emirates.

With last season a fading memory, clubs are making their moves in the summer transfer market with the next campaign in mind. Here is a roundup of all the latest news, rumours and gossip...
Tottenham are ready to break their transfer record this week, with chairman Daniel Levy ready to make an £18m move for Spain and Valencia star Roberto Soldado.
Luis Suarez arrived in Australia last night as both he and Liverpool wait to see if Arsenal will bid £40-plus for his services.
Arsenal will have to move quickly if they are to land transfer target Gonzalo Higuain this summer - after Napoli had a £30m bid accepted by Real Madrid.
And the frustration for Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is mounting as it looks likely he will miss out on all of his chief targets this summer, with Wayne Rooney & Higuain moving out of reach, while his pursuit of Luis Suarez will be resisted by Liverpool.
West Ham owner David Sullivan says the club are still looking for more firepower despite the signing of Andy Carroll, but would love to bring Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker back to Upton Park.
Andy Johnson would snub a Premier League reunion with Crystal Palace to help fire QPR back to the Premier League.
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Jose Mourinho thinks Romelu Lukaku could displace Fernando Torres this season
Australian striker Scott McDonald has moved a step closer to joining Millwall after quitting Middlesbrough.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon has told Nottingham Forest that their reported £1.5m bid for Kelvin Wilson is nowhere near the price the Scottish champions have slapped on the central defender.
Club chat and other gossip
Jose Mourinho feels Romelu Lukaku could start the season ahead of Fernando Torres having watched him lay down a marker with goals in each of his first two games for Chelsea.
Didier Drogba is in line to return to Chelsea as a player-coach and mentor to their strikers next summer.
Joe Kinnear has made his first signing at Newcastle – old pal Mick Harford who will come in as his assistant.
Best of the rest
WATCH: They paid £65 to watch Real Madrid play at the Goldsands Stadium and Bournemouth fans will feel it was worth it as Cristiano Ronaldo produced a one-man highlights show.
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Cristiano Ronaldo shows off his skills in Bournemouth as Real Madrid run out 6-0 winners

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