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Southampton's chairman insisted on Tuesday that Morgan Schneiderlin and Jay Rodriguez will NOT be leaving the club. However, with Schneiderlin still edging for a move away from St Mary's, talkSPORT reports that Liverpool are looking to hijack any potential deal involving Jay Rodriguez to sign their FOURTH Saints player of the summer. Surely not?
Transfer Talk: Liverpool plot Rodriguez move
Liverpool have been compared to Gareth Bale-less Tottenham this transfer window after splashing out on several new players to replace Luis Suarez - but Brendan Rodgers ain't having any of it. He told Sky Sports News: "It's a different club and different vision we have here. At Liverpool there's a strategy behind what we are doing."
Rodgers: Don’t compare Liverpool to Tottenham
West Ham co-owner David Sullivan has confirmed that the club are still looking for strikers despite the arrivals of Mauro Zarate and Enner Valencia, and Goal now understands that the Hammers have emerged as favourites to sign Argentine Shakhtar Donetsk forward Facundo Ferreyra. The 23-year-old has only been at the club for a year but is concerned by the violent unrest in eastern Ukraine.
West Ham leading Ferreyra chase
Wherever Romelu Lukaku is going, he is set to cost A LOT of cash. According to the Daily Telegraph today, such is the interest in the Belgian striker that Chelsea are now demanding £30 million for him. Yowzers.
Transfer Talk: Chelsea want £30m for Lukaku
Ahem. Or maybe not. Romelu Lukaku is on a plane, but what's the next chapter in his career? Everton, Juventus, Wolfsburg and Real Madrid have all been linked. Stop teasing us, Romelu! The Belgian was due to join up with Chelsea today along with his international team-mates. Interesting...
Speaking to Goal following the inclusion of Marco Reus and Mats Hummels in the Goal 50, Borussia Dortmund chiefs Hans-Joachim Watzke and Michael Zorc insisted the players will NOT be leaving the club this summer. Watzke has confirmed that Reus has decided to stay, while Zorc says Manchester United target Hummels has also committed his future to the Bundesliga club. Happy days for Kloppo.
Reus and Hummels staying at Dortmund
Including a #NewEntry at No.1, here are today's editor's picks...
1. Reus and Hummels going nowhere, insist Dortmund
2. Man Utd close in on Cavani - latest rumours
3. YOU ARE HERE RIGHT NOW! WELL DONE!
4. Saints to sign Taider in exchange for Osvaldo
5. Van Gaal's Man Utd has a very different feel to it
Goal has learned that Morgan Schneiderlin could still force through a move to Tottenham and is preparing to hand in a transfer request to make it happen. The midfielder is frustrated by Southampton's stance after being told when he agreed a new deal in February 2013 that they would not stand in his way if a bigger side wanted him.
Schneiderlin could hand in transfer request
Louis van Gaal said earlier this week that new signing Luke Shaw was not fit enough for Manchester United and made him take part in extra training on his own. OUCH. However, Shaw said: "It's something I totally agree with. Playing in this formation [3-5-2] you really have to be fit. I am fit but not at [Van Gaal's] high demands. I know I have got to get fitter to get up and down."
Shaw: I deserved Van Gaal criticism
Arsenal's new signing told the club's official website: "It has been a bit of a whirlwind for me. I have managed to keep my feet on the ground and worked hard but it has been quite a mad eight months! From Under-21s to first-team football is such a big step. I think it is more mentally than physically challenging, and over the Christmas period as well it is very tough."
Chambers hails 'whirlwind' journey to Arsenal
You know what, Fernando Torres hasn't been a COMPLETE disaster at Chelsea. His European record - 17 goals in 40 games - is actually pretty good. And, according to AS, beaten 2013-14 Champions League finalists Atletico Madrid are keen to re-sign their former fan favourite... but he will have to take a pay cut.
Transfer Talk: Atletico want Torres back
Juventus can say what they like - the rumour mill ain't going away. Arturo Vidal continues to be linked with a move to Manchester United and you, the Goal readers, reckon he should still be Louis van Gaal's No.1 midfield target this summer. Full poll results below.
Vidal should be top target for Van Gaal
Please, make it stop. Please. One day a move is possible, the next he's staying put. According to El Mercurio, Arturo Vidal's agent is due to meet with Juventus to tell the Serie A champions that he wants to join Manchester United.
Transfer Talk: Vidal wants Man Utd move
Louis van Gaal said at his first Manchester United press conference that he would not make any plans in the transfer window until he had seen his players in training. Well, having had two weeks to assess the squad, the Dutchman has confirmed he will be looking to bring in new defenders to replace Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic.
Van Gaal: We need defensive reinforcements
QPR manager Harry Redknapp did not sound at all confident about signing Ajax striker Kolbeinn Sigthorsson last week, claiming the player's demands were too high, but Marc Overmars - flying winger-turned-director of football - told Voetbal International: "I have had some good talks with QPR over Kolbeinn. We are pretty close to each other regarding the transfer fee. But the player's demands are obviously important as well."
QPR close to agreeing Sigthorsson fee
We've got some good news and bad news for Daniel Agger. Good news: Barcelona have agreed a £12 million deal with Liverpool to sign the defender, according to Sport. Woohoo! Dream move. Party time. Bad news: They actually want Marquinhos instead. Oh. More info below.
Transfer Talk: Barcelona agree Agger deal
Plenty of transfers have gone through over the last few days - Antoine Griezmann, Divock Origi, Harry Maguire, Antonio Donnarumma (best name ever) - and you can check out a full list below.
Transfer Zone: Latest confirmed deals
Business is about to pick up! Spanish newspaper AS is reporting that Manchester United could be close to completing the signing of Edinson Cavani. HUGE rumour. The reason why? Well, apparently Paris Saint-Germain must sell before they buy and are keen to offload Cavani before splashing out on Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid.
Transfer Talk: Cavani set for Man Utd
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