Monday, 5 August 2013

Monday Transfer News: Spurs buy Soldado while Man United reject Chelsea's Wayne Rooney bid

THIS EVENING'S transfer news sees Manchester United rejected a fresh £25m bid from Chelsea for Wayne Rooney, while Spurs smash their club transfer record after spending £26m on Roberto Soldado. Elsehwhere, Cristiano Ronaldo has cast doubt over his Real Madrid future while Mikel Arteta has urged Arsene Wenger to make some new additions to the squad.

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...
Chelsea have seen an improved bid of around £25m for Wayne Rooney rejected by Manchester United Spurs have completed a £26m deal for Valencia frontman Roberto Soldado
EXCLUSIVE: Wayne Rooney has dropped a transfer bombshell by telling manager David Moyes
that he wants to quit Manchester United - and his formal transfer request will prompt a fresh bid from Chelsea.
And the simmering tension between Wayne Rooney and Sir Alex Ferguson is at the heart of the player’s desire to leave United.
Cristiano Ronaldo has appeared to cast doubt over his future after refusing to confirm reports in Spain that suggested he had agreed a new five-year deal with Real Madrid.
Arsene Wenger insisted last night he had done nothing wrong after Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers accused him of "lacking class" in his attempts to sign Luis Suarez.
Former Arsenal full-back Lee Dixon believes the business done during the rest of the transfer window will have a decisive factor in where the Premier League trophy ends up - though he doesn't expect his old club to sign Luis Suarez.
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Roberto Soldado joined Spurs for £26m
Jose Mourinho has warned his Chelsea stars that no one is safe as he plots a path through a hectic season.
Aston Villa deny Newcastle have made a bid for Darren Bent, with the striker available at £6m this summer.
Wenger has confirmed that moves away for Gervinho and Marouane Chamakh are getting closer but that Nicklas Bendter looks set to remain at the Emirates.
Barcelona are prepared to splash the cash as they look to bolster their defence with Manchester City's Vincent Kompany and Chelsea centre-back David Luiz on their radar.
Newcastle director of football Joe Kinnear has confirmed that the club are closing in on the signings of QPR's Loic Remy and Aston Villa's Darren Bent.
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Jose Mourinho is ready to rotate his squad for success at Chelsea this season
Club chat and other gossip
Wayne Rooney will miss Manchester United's friendly in Sweden after sustaining a shoulder injury
Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta has called for Arsene Wenger to make additions to the squad before the window closes
Cardiff could be without Denmark striker Andreas Cornelius for the Premier League kick-off after he damaged his ankle in training.
Leeds United's new chairman spoke exclusively to the Daily Express, and Salah Nooruddin came across as polished, engaging, diplomatic and unexcitable. But the best way to describe him to Leeds fans in just four words is, “Everything Ken Bates isn’t”.
Nigel Pearson is tipping his “special squad” to use last season’s play-off pain to put Leicester right back in the promotion hunt.
It is 1pm on Friday at Coventry’s training ground and their raw, young squad are called to a meeting. Ambition is high, a new season is a few hours away and the expectation is of making a bid for the top six in League One...then came the hammer blow of a points deduction.
Best of the rest
Man United target Cesc Fabregas touches down in Thailand for Barca's pre-season friendly in Bangkok
Gareth Bale's impending move to Real Madrid is down to one man’s obsession with capturing the best players on the planet - club president Florentino Perez.
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Real Madrid chief Florentino Perez is desperate to make Gareth Bale his latest 'Galactico' signing


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