It is little secret to much of the footballing world that Spanish super club Real Madrid are in the market for a goalkeeper, and have been for some time, despite how effective current shot stopper Keylor Navas has been in many games over the past few seasons. Having eyed Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea
While Premier League giants Manchester United are still leading the race for a second place finish in the English top flight this season, they haven’t looked at all convincing in an attacking sense for much of this season. That feeling comes despite their acquisition of Alexis Sanchez in the January transfer window, especially as the
Inter director Piero Ausilio insisted the club are in constant contact with captain Mauri Icardi and his agent regarding a new contract amid reported interest from Real Madrid. Icardi’s deal runs through to the end of the 2020-21 season but the striker’s agent and wife Wanda Nara claims two major clubs have expressed an interest
Diego Simeone acknowledged the threat of financially powerful Chinese Super League clubs buying his players has made him feel “uncomfortable”, as Yannick Carrasco nears a move to Dalian Yifang. Carrasco joined Atletico in 2015 and looked promising in his first two seasons, but the Belgium international has been more of a peripheral figure this term.
Barcelona midfielder Rafinha hopes his loan spell at Inter is converted into a permanent transfer. Rafinha joined Inter in the January transfer window but is yet to start for Luciano Spalletti’s side, making four substitute appearances in Serie A. Inter have an option to purchase Rafinha before the end of his loan in a €35million
19-year old Reece Oxford has long been considered one of the most exciting defensive prospects in world football, and the West Ham youngster has spent this season out on loan at Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach. In truth Oxford has largely struggled to establish much game time at all, but there is little doubt of his
A lot of Premier League fans believe that Arsenal were the real winners of the January transfer window, and it’s easy to see why. The Gunners added both Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, which helped minimise the impact of losing the talismanic Alexis Sanchez, and also convinced Mesut Ozil to stay put in North London.
There are rumours swirling around almost every player at Manchester United these days, perhaps owing to the style of management that Jose Mourinho employs, but it seems almost certain that there will be a mass exodus of sorts from Old Trafford in the summer. One man who could be going the other way however is
The sporting director of Barcelona, Robert Fernandez, arrives in Porto Allegre to participate in final negotiations over Gremio’s midfielder Arthur. The club wants a deal similar to Yerry Mina one: mandatory option to buy at a fixed cost with an option of bringing him early. Arthur is expected to arrive in Barcelona in 2019.
La Liga side Real Betis have confirmed desire to re-sign Dani Ceballos who moved to La Liga champions Real Madrid last summer. The 21-year-old midfielder left Real Betis in a €16 million deal following a highly successful summer with the Spanish U-21 side but his career with Los Blancos did not hit off as expected