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Robin Van Persie Saga is over, and the major clubs are bidding for Axel Witsel

Transfer Rumors:

  • The Robin Van Persie saga: The kingdom’s newspapers report Arsenal will not sell the Dutch striker in less than £20 million, and if Manchester United is the one interested, the price will go up by £5 million. Why, you ask? Because they can.
  • Meanwhile, reports in the UK also claim that Van Persie will make his way to Manchester today, to finalize his contract’s terms with the Red Devils

Mourinho may land Axel Witsel, Benfica’s and the Belgian national team player

  • Tottenham might sign Partizan Belgrade’s midfielder, Mohamed Kamara.
  • Liverpool seeks a profitable deal for Daniel Agger, who’s been approached by Manchester City. The blues will also have to Loan Liverpool Adam Johnson as part of the deal.
  • Real Madrid already has an alternative plan in case Luka Modric does not come. Mourinho may land Axel Witsel, Benfica’s and the Belgian national team player. Anzhi Makhachkala is also after the skilled midfielder in is willing to offer €40 million for his services.
  • Liverpool seeks a profitable deal for Daniel Agger, who’s been approached by Manchester City. The blues will also have to Loan Liverpool Adam Johnson as part of the deal.
  • Milan enters the fight against Liverpool and Arsenal for Nuri Sahin, Real Madrid’s midfielder, loan.
  • Fernando LIorente, the great Baskian striker, refused to sign a new contract in Bilbao, which strengthens the assessment that he will transfer to Liverpool or Chelsea.
  • QPR are trying to strengthen their lines by attempting to get Gabi Heinze from Rome to transfer to Sunderland, while the latter will let them have Kieran Richardson.
  • Fabrizio Miccoli announced that he plans to renew his contract in Palermo, even after it is over next summer.
  • Westham is close to completing the deal that would get Alou Diarra, Marseilles midfielder to London.
  • Valencia entered the race for Aly Cissokho, Lyon’s player, who is wanted this summer also by Everton, Sunderland and Naples.

 

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Christian Bright is a professional sports commentator with keen interests in football, tennis and horse racing. His experience in the reporting on professional sports makes him a key asset to OCA’s coverage of athletic events and matches.

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