Monday, 2 September 2013

Monday Transfer News: Ozil set for Arsenal as Everton star Fellaini pushes for United move

THIS MORNING'S transfer news sees Marouane Fellaini tipped to submit a transfer request in order to secure a £25m move to United, with Everton told to pay £15m for Wigan's James McCarthy as a replacement. Meanwhile, Arsenal are in talks for Real Madrid's Mesut Ozil.

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...
Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini is set to submit a transfer request today in an attempt to force through a move to Manchester United.
And Wigan last night told Everton they will have to pay in excess of £15m to secure James McCarthy as Fellaini's replacement at Goodison Park.
Gareth Bale finally completed his world-record £86m move to Real Madrid last night – with a broadside from Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy ringing in his ears.
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Marouane Fellaini is to push through a move to Old Trafford today
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger remains confident of adding quality to his squad ahead of Monday night's transfer deadline - with a £40million bid for Real Madrid midfielder Mesut Ozil reportedly lodged following a 1-0 win over big-spending Tottenham.
And Arsenal have gone back in for Schalke’s brilliant teenager Julian Draxler.
Martin Demichelis admitted the chance to join Manchester City and be reunited with Manuel Pellegrini was too good to turn down.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has beaten neighbours Everton to the loan signing of Chelsea’s £9m forward Victor Moses.
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Victor Moses has joined Liverpool on loan
Club chat and other gossip
David Moyes defended his under-performing stars by saying he could see “why Manchester United were champions” – despite seeing his Anfield jinx continue.
COMMENT: Moyes must now bring in fresh talent at Old Trafford.
Brendan Rodgers shies away from any comparisons between the task confronting him at Anfield and the job Bill Shankly took on in revitalising a club that had also lost its way.
COMMENT: Clock is ticking for 'new' Spurs to settle fast for title bid
Best of the rest
Roy Hodgson was left in a rage by a perceived snub from Liverpool – and his mood darkened as injuries to key personnel piled up ahead of England’s pivotal World Cup qualifiers with Moldova and Ukraine.


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