All the latest football rumours, Chelsea, Man
Utd, Swansea and more
DATE: 20.12.2017 - SOCCERVOICE - NEWS - SEASON 2017-18
Today Eden Hazard
is linked with a move to Manchester United, more unlikely moves have
happened in the past
Reports are that Jose Mourinho is planning a bid on his former
player Eden Hazard. Newcastle are
keen on another Chelsea player, David Luiz,
who they are eager to sign on loan in January.
Crystal Palace are favourites to sign Manchester United goalkeeper
Sam Johnstone. Johnstone is
currently on loan at Aston Villa. The 24 year old shot stopper is of
course eager to prove himself in the Premier League.
Swansea manager Paul Clement could
be the next Premier League manager to lose his job. The game v.
Crystal Palace on Saturday is a make or break for Clement, no less
than a draw is accepted.
To sell or not to sell that is the question regarding
Newcastle United. Mike Ashley looked
close to an agreement with Amanda Staveley, but as long as the club
is flirting with relegation, the sale could be on hold.
Diafra Sakho started the game v.
Arsenal on the bench. A dispute between the player and new West Ham
manager David Moyes regarding a bonus and the player questioning his
position in the team.
Rafael Benitez looks safe, despite
dragging Newcastle into the relegation zone.
Hirving Lozano is a target for Arsenal. Arsene Wenger is
Daily Mirror, planning a bid of £ 42 million to secure a deal
that will take the 22 year old Mexican winger to The Emirates.
looks close to a move away from Sevilla. Everton and Leicester are
two clubs linked with the former Stoke midfielder. Sam Allardyce
could be lucky in his chase, as Leicester do have a number of
contenders in his position allready.
Everton are out seeking new players when the transfer window opens.
is reported to be on a list of players considerd to be serious
targets for Sam Allardyce.
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