Monday, 19 August 2013

Monday Transfer News: Spurs and Liverpool in for Willian as Chelsea up bid for Rooney

THIS MORNING'S transfer news sees Tottenham set to rival Liverpool for the signing of Brazilian playmaker Willian, who is up for sale at Russian club at Anzhi. Chelsea are set to make an improved £28m bid for Wayne Rooney as Everton reject a similar offer from Manchester United for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines

The new season is here, but clubs have until September 2 to add to their squads in the transfer market. Here is a roundup of all the latest news, rumours and gossip...

Tottenham are going head-to-head with Liverpool for the signing of Anzhi Makhachkala's Brazilian midfielder Willian.
Chelsea are set to make a third offer for Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney worth in the region of £28m.
Everton have turned down a joint bid worth £28million from Manchester United for star duo Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines.
Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal are all attempting to bring 17-year-old PSV Eindhoven winger Zakaria Bakkali to the Premier League.
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Borussia Dortmund have tripled Robert Lewandowski's wages in a bid to prevent the Pole leaving the club this summer.
Atletico Madrid's Turkish winger Arda Turan appears to be closing in on a move to the Premier League after his agent, Ahmet Bulut, said a move to England this summer was 'likely'.
Manchester United could be about to step up their chase for midfield reinforcements this summer by making a £45m bid for Real Madrid's Mesut Ozil and Kaka.
Arsene Wenger admits the negativity swirling around Arsenal could envelop the team, as Gunners fans vent their displeasure at the lack of transfer activity at the club this summer.

Club chat and other gossip
Roman Abramovich appeared in the Chelsea dressing room to usher in Jose Mourinho’s new era, as the Special One warned his team: “We must get better.”
Simon Mignolet had a 'dream' debut to remember for Liverpool after his late penalty saved earned Brendan Rodgers' side all three points against Stoke.
Rio Ferdinand has dismissed Jose Mourinho’s taunts and vowed to silence the critics who have predicted Manchester United’s demise.
Andre Villas-Boas backed Roberto Soldado to match Gareth Bale’s goal haul from last season after his penalty handed Tottenham a winning start yesterday.

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