Manmohan Taparia
Aug 20, 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

As usual, but for the last time, Cesc Fabregas, Arsenal and Barcelona grabbed the headlines as the Spanish midfielder sealed a move to his boyhood club earlier this week. Fabregas, spent eight years at Arsenal to win just one trophy, but won his maiden trophy on his debut with new club when he helped Barcelona beat rivals Real Madrid to lift the Spanish Super Cup. Read more on his transfer here.

After letting go of their star midfielder Fabregas and fears of losing Samir Nasri to Manchester City,  Arsenal are linked with Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder, Jadson and have renewed their interest in English defender Jagielka from debt plagued Everton. Catch the story here.
Arsenal’s North London rivals, Tottenham Hotspurs seem confident of landing former Arsenal striker Emmauel Adebayor on loan from Manchester City.  Spurs boss, Harry Redknapp is also believed to be closing in on signing  midfielder, Lassana Diarra from Real Madrid. Read more on these speculated moves here.

Blackburn Rovers saw their bid for Spanish striker Raul turned down , as the striker has been rumoured to prefer staying at the German side, Schalke 04, and fighting for the Bundesliga title. Catch the story here.

Chelsea seem to have signed a potential replacement for their ageing striker Didier Drogba , by signing  teenager Romelu Lukaku from Anderlecht.

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