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Gonzalo Higuain making Arsenal transfer, says Napoli hero Jose Alberti

June 11, 2015 admin No comments

Gonzalo Higuain making Arsenal transfer, says Napoli hero Jose Alberti Gonzalo Higuain is apparently set to join Arsenal (Picture: Getty) Gonzalo Higuain is set to leave Napoli and sign for Arsenal on a huge contract, according former Naples star Jose Alberti. Higuain is one of the most sought after players this summer and has alerted clubs by apparently demanding a move away from Serie A. Arsenal are keen but Chelsea are said to have made a £30million bid, while Manchester United are believed to have agreed terms on a contract. But Napoli hero Alberti says Higuain is set to become a Gunners player, after saying he’s 90% certain of a […] Read more →

Abou Diaby ‘in talks over new Arsenal contract, he’s set to stay put’

June 10, 2015 admin No comments

Abou Diaby ‘in talks over new Arsenal contract, he’s set to stay put’ Abou Diaby is said to be in talks over a new contract (Picture: Getty) Arsenal are reportedly in talks with Abou Diaby over a new contract – despite the Frenchman apparently being released. Diaby, who’s Gunners contract expires next month, appeared on the Premier League’s list of players being given free transfers, signalling his exit. However, L’Equipe correspondent Bruno Constant says that the midfielder is talking to Arsenal about a potential new deal to stay. That’s right – Diaby now looks like he’ll be staying at the Emirates Stadium with a new contract set to be sorted out. #Diaby hasn't […] Read more →

Manchester United transfer news: David De Gea fee agreed, Mario Mandzukic close, Gregory Van Der Wiel expected to join

June 10, 2015 admin No comments

Manchester United transfer news: David De Gea fee agreed, Mario Mandzukic close, Gregory Van Der Wiel expected to join LVG is expecting some big transfers to go down this summer (Picture: Reuters) Manchester United officials are working hard behind the scenes to get some serious transfer business done – but they’re not having it all their own way. Some major stars look like they’re going to leave or miss out on a move to Manchester, and the club are working hard to make sure Louis van Gaal has some quality additions in his squad for the start of the new seasons. Here are the latest rumours coming out of Old Trafford: David De Gea fee agreed with Real Madrid […] Read more →

Nine reasons why Petr Cech can win Arsenal the title

June 10, 2015 admin No comments

Nine reasons why Petr Cech can win Arsenal the title Petr, what a guy! (Picture: Reuters) Arsenal are closing in on a £10million deal to sign Chelsea’s former No.1 goalkeeper Petr Cech this summer, according to reports. Cech, having already stated his intentions to leave Chelsea this summer, will undoubtedly be inundated with offers from Europe’s top clubs who will be vying for the Czech international’s signature. But for Arsenal, who already have the likes of Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina on their books, the question will be asked as the whether they actually need another goalkeeper or not. We’re about to prove exactly why Petr Cech will be the missing link […] Read more →

Liverpool’s owners will prove they have ‘no ambition’ if they don’t sign Jurgen Klopp

June 10, 2015 admin No comments

Liverpool’s owners will prove they have ‘no ambition’ if they don’t sign Jurgen Klopp Jurgen Klopp left Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season (Picture: Getty Images) Jurgen Klopp would be interested in a move to the Premier League and would not be restricted to a top four club, his agent has claimed. The former Dortmund coach is currently taking a break from the game after ending his successful tenure at Borussia Dortmund after German Cup final defeat to Wolfsburg. Klopp had been linked with a possible move to Liverpool prior to club owners FSG backing Brendan Rodgers to continue in the role next season. Interestingly though, Klopp’s agent Marc Kosicke has suggested he […] Read more →

Hearts still beating fast as Rangers and Ally McCoist stumble into further shambles

November 22, 2014 admin No comments

Hearts still beating fast as Rangers and Ally McCoist stumble into further shambles Rangers manager Ally McCoist (Picture: Getty Images) Just over a week since Scotland and the Republic of Ireland showed us that modern day football can still encapsulate the spirit of days gone by, Saturday afternoon’s events at Tynecastle provided us with further evidence this version of the sport should not necessarily be classified as historic. For those of us used to gorging on a feast on the quality and excitement served up to us on a weekly basis from the likes of the FA Premier League, La Liga and the Bundesliga, a Scottish Championship clash was never going to be […] Read more →

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