Manmohan Taparia
Aug 27, 2011

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

With only five days left before the end of the transfer window, most teams seam to have completed their summer deals and brought in the players they wanted.

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

 

Following the big name arrivals of Gael Clichy and Sergio Aguero, Manchester City, claim to have ended their splurging spree this week after they signed Samir Nasri from Arsenal. With this signing and the start they have made to the season, Manchester City seem look like serious contenders for this years title. Read more here

Another club that has been active during the summer transfer window is Liverpool. They seem to be close to signing highly rated Uruguayan defender Sebastian Coates. Coates will be replacing Kyrgiakos at the club. Other activity from the club came by the way of Aquilani’s loan move to AC Milan and a proposed move for Craig Bellamy. Read more here

Harry Redknapp has suggested that the Luka Modric saga has finally come to a disappointing end for Chelsea fans , as the highly influential midfielder is set to remain at White Hart Lane for atleast one more year. Read more here

Reassured of their Champions League berth by fighting off Udinese, Arsenal are linked with a potential loan move for Brazilian superstar Kaka. Real Madrid, though are looking for a permanent sale of their Brazilian playmaker. Read more here
 

Source:
Campaign India

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