Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Tuesday Transfer News: Man Utd's Song uncertainty, De Rossi enquiry & Rafael fear

THIS EVENING'S transfer round up sees news that Barcelona are undecided about letting Alex Song leave for Manchester United while Athletic Bilbao want Chelsea's Cesar Azpilicueta. Meanwhile, Corinthians want United right-back Rafael and Barcelona want to keep Victor Valdes.
The summer deadline has now slammed shut, but that doesn't stop transfer speculation from churning on. Here is a roundup of all the latest news, rumours and gossip...

Corinthians think they have a good chance to take Manchester United right-back Rafael back to Brazil at the end of the season
Barcelona are still deciding whether Alex Song will be allowed to leave the club after Manchester United were linked with a move for the former Arsenal midfielder
Chelsea face a fight to hold onto Cesar Azpilicueta with Athletic Bilbao keen to take the defender back to Spain
Real Madrid boss Florentino Perez says Manchester United did make a move for Gareth Bale this summer

Barcelona hope that Victor Valdes can be persuaded to remain at the Camp Nou despite interest from Arsenal, Manchester City and Monaco

Fabio Capello was asked about Daniele De Rossi by Manchester United boss David Moyes in the recent transfer window

Andres Iniesta is unlikely to join Manchester United or City according to his father
David Moyes has been offered some respite from his Manchester United struggles with Roberto Martinez admitting that talks over Leighton Baines' new contract have been put on hold.
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Manchester City are leading the chase ahead of Tottenham and Newcastle for 20-year-old Cape Verde defender Pecks.
Former Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has declared that Arsene Wenger 'paid too much' for £42.5million star Mesut Ozil, because Real Madrid 'lost the plot' buying Gareth Bale from Tottenham for £85m.
Glen Johnson's long–term Liverpool future is set to be determined by his willingness to accept a pay cut in any new deal.
Arsenal chairman Chips Keswick has said Wenger will be given more money to spend as the club reported another season of financial profit off the pitch.
Club chat and other gossip
Jose Mourinho was outraged at being overlooked for the Manchester United job, and felt betrayed that 'friend' Sir Alex Ferguson instead backed trophy less David Moyes
Revolt! Ellis Short finally decided that Paolo Di Canio had become "unmanageable" after a delegation of leading players insisted they could no longer work under his bizarre regime.
Wayne Rooney has warned his United team-mates to learn the lessons of their shattering derby loss as David Moyes considers his first shake-up since taking over from Sir Alex Ferguson.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says striker Luis Suarez is champing at the bit to get back into action and is fully aware that he has a debt to repay to the club.
Best of the rest
Di Canio has left his mark on the Premier League during his short spell as Sunderland manager. Here are just a few of the fiery Italian's most memorable quotes...

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