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Here is a round-up of all the latest transfer news doing the rounds in today’s papers. Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man Utd and Tottenham all feature as they try and finalise their squads ahead of the new season.

Young Liverpool Move Collapses

Luke Young’s move from Aston Villa to Liverpool has collapsed, according to the Sun. A deal looked almost certain after the two clubs agreed a cut-price £2.5m fee, and the 31 year-old full-back remained in England as the Villa squad flew out to Portugal to continue their pre-season preparations. But Young and Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson couldn’t strike a deal and the transfer now looks dead.

Tottenham To Make £4m Bellamy Bid

The Daily Mail claims that Tottenham will table a £4m bid for Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy. Harry Redknapp is a known admirer of the Welshman’s and is keen to add to his strikeforce ahead of next season, and with Manchester City having to offload around 10 players to meet the new 25-man Premier League squad rules, wheeler-dealer Harry smells a bargain.

United Keen To Land Next Schmeichel

Manchester United are reportedly looking to strike a deal for goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard, according to Sky Sports News. Lindegaard currently plays for Norweigen side Aalesunds and has been in fine form, prompting some to name him the next Peter Schmeichal. The 26-year-old is expected to move on to bigger and better things soon and United are believed to see him as a long-term successor to Edwin Van der Sar.

Schwarzer Still Gunners No.1 Target

Fulham goalkeeper is still Arsenal’s main target, despite rumours the Gunners had turned their attention to other players. Several sources claim Arsene Wenger will make a move for Caliari’s Federico Marchetti, while others suggest a move for Ajax’s Maarten Stekelenburg could be on the cards. But the news today is that the Gunners still want to strike a deal for Schwarzer and are prepared to go as high as £3m to get their man.

Chelsea Close-In on Ramires

Chelsea are believed to be close to wrapping-up the signing of Benfica midfielder Ramires in a £17m deal, according to the Daily Star. Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti is keen for the deal to be concluded before his squad fly out to Germany on Saturday as part of their pre-season tour and officials are doing all they can to make it happen.

So there is your latest dose of transfer rumours. Please take them all with a pinch of salt and remember it’s just speculation at this point!



  1. mattspurs

    July 29, 2010 at 11:44 am

    i think spurs should make a bid for Robert Green, our squad looks so good these days i’m missing having at least one useless cunt in there somewhere that can be ridiculed !…the whammer Green fits the bill nicely having cost England in SA ( the butter-fingered prick!). Me-thinks 32p is overprices him.


    • lloyd yiddo

      July 29, 2010 at 1:45 pm

      ahahhaha class comment


    July 29, 2010 at 11:58 am

    Am arsenal fan.AW must understand and know that we need defenders this time.There is no need to get into a crisis when injuries hit again this season.Its time wenger drop his rigid policies and avail good defenders.I wish wenger hear this.

  3. Rob

    July 29, 2010 at 12:39 pm

    Arsenal fan too and I agree! mertesaker all the way nd ozil to join him!

  4. Rizo

    July 29, 2010 at 1:48 pm

    i agree with no.2 and 3 as well.. i just hope that AW wont be stingy this time.. this time we NEED them.. we as a fan have been waiting for far too long already.. its terribly frustrating.. we need some more well known names in the team and win some trophies..!!

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  6. ahammed safwan

    July 29, 2010 at 5:11 pm


  7. robinhood

    August 10, 2010 at 2:57 pm

    how i wish arsenal just buys a keeper in the remaining few weeks instead of speculating.

  8. Baliraine Christopher

    August 13, 2010 at 10:22 am

    Truly All those concerned should immediately consider reviving the glory of Arsenal by not making the club a shopping stock for other cup winners but rather a winning club to consolidate …winning trophies. All is well done but defence and the GOAL in particular

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