Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Wednesday Transfer News: Kagawa hits out at Moyes, Barca want Cech & Boro eye Norwich pair


THIS MORNING'S transfer round-up sees Barcelona target Chelsea's Petr Cech to replace the departing Victor Valdes, as Shinji Kagawa questions why David Moyes is not picking him at Manchester United. Meanwhile, Middlesbrough are keen to take Norwich striker Luciano Becchio and defender Daniel Ayala on loan. 

The summer deadline has now slammed shut, but that doesn't stop transfer speculation from continuing. Here is a roundup of all the latest news, rumours and gossip...

Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa has hit out at manager David Moyes for his lack of playing time at Old Trafford.
Barcelona are set to replace current No 1 Victor Valdes with either Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech or Liverpool's Pepe Reina next summer.
Middlesbrough are plotting to take Norwich pair Luciano Becchio and Daniel Ayala on loan after missing out on both targets during the transfer window.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has turned to former Fulham star Mladen Petric to fill the gap left by Andy Carroll’s heel injury.
Manchester City's midfield enforcer Yaya Toure has revealed he was approached by Chelsea in 2005.
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Barcelona are plotting a bid for Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech [GETTY]
Club chat and other gossip
Wayne Rooney could be set to make his comeback when Manchester United take on bitter rivals City in the Premier League later this month.
A fresh picture emerged of injured striker Rooney yesterday with the gash on his head showing signs of healing.
Stuart Pearce has hit out at Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Phil Jones for refusing to be part of his England Under-21 squad for the Euro 2013 tournament – and criticised Gareth Bale for doing the same for Team GB.
Liverpool principal owner John W Henry insists finance is in place for the redevelopment of Anfield and that it will not impact on team strengthening.


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