AGUERO SIGNING TO TRIGGER MANCHESTER MERRY-GO ROUND?
It seems that everybody has a theory this summer, a transfer they are certain will happen. Well here is our two-pennies worth.
Having finally been confirmed as Manchester City player, Sergio Aguero’s arrival could pave the way for Carlos Tevez to get his move away, to Inter Milan perhaps?
However, the Italians may not have £50 million at the ready, but they will should they sell their most valuable asset – Wesley Sneijder – a target for City’s neighbours United.
So, City get their number one centre forward target, Tevez gets his route out of England and United replace Paul Scholes… clever aren’t we?!
TWO IN, ONE OUT AT ARSENAL
The Daily Telegraph and The Sun claim that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is keen to tie up deals for Everton centre back Phil Jagielka and Valencia playmaker Juan Mata.
The duo will set the Gunners back around £35 million.
Meanwhile, Nicklas Bendtner looks to be heading out of the Emirates, with a £9 million switch to Sporting Lisbon in the offing.
PASTORE AGENT TO MEET CHELSEA
The agent of Javier Pastore will be in London today to hold discussions with Chelsea, according to Palermo president Mauricio Zamparini.
The Sicilian club have reportedly slapped a £35 million price tag on the player’s head, a fee which Chelsea are expected to haggle over.
Paris Saint Germain are also interested in taking the player to the French capital.
BELLAMY RETURNING TO NORTH-EAST
Sunderland manager Steve Bruce is preparing to offer Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy a move back to the North-East of England.
The former Newcastle United frontman is no longer wanted a City, although how Sunderland will be able to pay his sky-high wages is beyond us!
QPR IN TAKEOVER TALKS
No disrespect to Queens Park Rangers fans, but what a mess your club is in at the moment!
For the second time this year the club are in takeover talks, a deal which could see current owner Bernie Ecclestone sell his 69 per cent share.
We can’t help but think that losing the Formula One influence can only be a positive thing.
ON THE CONTINENT
Paris Saint Germain have completed the signings of Juventus midfielder Mohamed Sissoko and goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu from Palermo.
AS Roma are close to completing the transfer of Genoa centre forward Rodrigo Palacio.
Arjen Robben has moved to play down fears that his ankle injury could rule him out for a few weeks.
IN OTHER NEWS
After five years in charge of the United States of America national side, Bob Bradley has been relieved of his duties.
Stoke City made their return to European football yesterday evening after a 37-year absence, beating Hajduk Split 1-0 at the Britannia Stadium. Martin Jol’s Fulham battled out a 0-0 draw at RNK Split.
FIFA have announced that they will make a decision on whether goal-line technology will be implemented into the professional game in March 2012.
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