Manmohan Taparia
Aug 06, 2011

Transfer gossip: Who’s going where in the Barclays Premier League

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Transfer gossip: Who’s going where in the Barclays Premier League

The Fabregas –Barcelona transfer saga continues this week , with Barcelona reportedly having their latest bid for the Arsenal captain rejected. Read more on this story here.

Arsenal’s woes seem to continue, as Manchester City look certain to continue to splash the clash in their attempt to sign midfielder Samir Nasri. Read more here.

While Sir Alex Ferguson continues to write-off a transfer for Wesley Sneijder, the player and the media continue to state otherwise. Sneijder himself hasn’t ruled out a move to the English champions and a move could be imminent. Read more on this story here.

Another transfer which has been on right since the start of the transfer window, is Luka Modric’s transfer to Chelsea. Harry Redknapp has stated publicly that the player is very much a part of his plans for next season and doesn’t want him to leave the club, but an offer from Chelsea, could be one Modric wouldn’t be able to turn down. Read more here.
 

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