Latest transfer paper talk and rumours, Arsenal,
Man Utd and Everton in chase
DATE: 19.11.2017 - SOCCERVOICE - NEWS - SEASON 2017-18
transfer window is one not really giving you the most interesting
moves, but a few with interest could be happening
There are moves that never got finalised close to the transfer
window close in August, and some of them could go through and if the
snow ball starts rolling then new moves could happen.
So the snowball is of course important rolling and we all like a bit
of moves happening. Manchester United could be interested in
Tottenham defender Danny Rose. The England international would of
course consider such a move.
One move that could also be happening is the one involving Barcelona
and Liverpool. Philippe Coutinho is a player that is ready to move
to Spain if the two clubs can sort out a transfer and agree a fee.
Jose Mourinho is again linked with Paris St Germain and if he manage
to make more progress at Manchester United he will be in great
demand. Man Utd would of course not welcome such a move and a £20
million compensations must be paid to free Mourinho from his duties.
Leicester looks likely to give a couple of players a chance to move.
Ahmed Musa and Islam Slimani is linked with other clubs and a move
could be happening in January. Musa would probably consider Hull and
Aston Villa, while Slimani attracts interest from Everton and
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill is a man in demand ans is
linked to both Scotland and West Bromwich. The Scotland job is
vacant, while pressure is turning on Tony Pulis, who is the one who
could be next out among Premier League managers.
Brazilian international Bernard, currently with Shaktar Donetsk, is
a target for Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea. A move is
likely, but there will be a heavy bidding round before any club will
have his signature.
Everton are eager to land a new manager and Watford boss Marco Silva
is among the favourites, but Watford are reluctant and will demand a
fee of £13 million to let their new manager leave. Silva joined
Watford in the summer after a short period with Hull.
Patrick Van Aanholt (27) could be lined up as a target for
Manchester City. The Dutch international has done well at Crystal
Palace and earlier Sunderland, despite being in a team struggling
for life in the Premier Leauge.
Antoine Griezmann will be on top
of the list when Real Madrid consider their next big signing. Gareth
Bale is one that could be sold to free up a place in the squad for
the French international.
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