Transfer Talk & Rumours from the papers
  • 2019-06-14 10:43:30
  • Football

Transfer Talk & Rumours from the papers

The transfer window is heating up, and there are some insane bids and valuations being made. Firstly, Leicester have placed a huge £90m valuation on their skipper and England international Harry Magure. This price tag seems to have put City off as they have placed the transfer on hold to assess other options. This would make Maguire the most expensive defender of all time. When compared to the £75m Liverpool paid last year for Van Dijk, is Maguire really worth £90m? Leicester are in a strong bargaining positon with City and United desperate to bolster their defensive lines. 

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Sheffield United were yesterday rumoured with an audacious bid for Frank Ribery and were said to have held talks with the Bayern Munich and France national player. They have now made an offer to free agent Antonio Valencia following is release from Manchester United. 

Aston Villa have broke their transfer record signing Wesley from Club Bruge. The Brazilian touted wonder kid was a long term target for Newcastle and West Ham. He was also being watched by Arsenal, Lazio & Fiorentina but Aston Villa moved quickly to tie him up on a 5 year deal. They have now made a move for Jack Butland, however Stoke value the man at £20m. Stoke have targeted Joe Hart as a replacement.

Juventus staff are in London having talks with Paul Pogba and his agent about a possible return to the Italian giants. They also look set to lose Lukaku to another Italian giant in Inter Milan as they have agreed a fee for the Belgian.

Eden Hazrad was unveiled as a Real Madrid player yesterday, however Luca Modric has rejected his plea to weat the number 10 shirt. Madrid have now targeted the 'Japanese Messi' Takefusa Kubo. The 18 year old was once on Barcelona's books. 

Borussia Dortmund have targeted Arsenal captain Laurent Kosicleny and can offer him Champions League football.

Manchester United have been told to cough up £50m or face missing out on Palace's Wan Bissaka.