Transfer Zone

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Friday, January 16, 2015

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SPECIAL REPORT: Former Real Madrid winger Amavisca urges the Welshman to raise his game as the European champions prepare a summer move for the talented German forward

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The Gunners boss confirmed the 17-year-old will undergo a medical on Friday and reiterated his desire to sign another defender in the January transfer window

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The striker has found himself on the bench for much of the season but he won't be allowed to depart the Stadio Olimpico in January

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The former Arsenal man is impressing on a season-long loan move from Barcelona, while Carl Jenkinson is also expected to stay in January

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The Reds are hoping to lure the on-loan Barcelona midfielder to Anfield, having been impressed with his form at West Ham this term, according to reports

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The Montenegrin, who moved to the Etihad Stadium from Fiorentina in 2013, has struggled to break into the Blues' starting line-up and has alerted a number of Italian suitors

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The centre-back would be open to a move to the Serie A giants, but says he is not distracted by talk of a transfer away from the club

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Reports claimed the winger had agreed to join the Champions League winners in the summer, but both his club and representative have shot down those rumours

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The former Tottenham striker has returned to the Premier League with the Black Cats, who are one point above the relegation places, after an underwhelming stay with Toronto FC

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The 17-year-old midfielder is poised to join the Gunners from Legia Warsaw and admits a potential move to Hamburg, who also made an offer, would have been risky

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The 33-year-old's representative has revealed that the player has opted to join the Serie A club after declining a late offer from Santos

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The Gunners are reportedly closing in on the Dinamo playmaker, with a €7.8 million bid mooted, and the star's representative admits he would like to move to the Emirates Stadium

Thursday, January 15, 2015

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The United States international striker is set to bring his disastrous Sunderland spell to an end with a return to the MLS, while Jermain Defoe will move in the opposite direction

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The Reds boss says the Italy international will stay at Anfield and has revealed that fellow striker Daniel Sturridge is closing in on a return to first-team action

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The Gunners' threadbare defensive options have been further weakened by injuries to Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Debuchy but they are now looking for reinforcements