English Premiership

Transfer hype

2014-06-27 10:32
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Cape Town - The transfer window is still open for another TWO months. Here is the latest happening in the international transfer football world.

Liverpool have confirmed Luis Alberto has joined Malaga on a season-long loan deal.

Arsenal can confirm that 11 players will be leaving the club when their contracts officially expire on June 30, confirmed the clubs website.

Nicklas Bendtner and Ju Young Park come to the end of their contracts, while Kim Kallstrom and Emiliano Viviano’s loan spells are set to conclude.

As already communicated, Bacary SagnaLukasz Fabianski and Zak Ansah have completed permanent moves to Manchester City, Swansea City and Charlton Athletic respectively.

Sao Paulo president Carlos Miguel Aidar has said that he is “confident” of agreeing a deal to sign Kaka on loan from Orlando City, according to Skysports.

Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa is a loan target of Lens according to the Newcastle Chronicle.

Swansea City hope the future of Bafetimbi Gomis will be settled before the weekend after his move to the Liberty was put on hold, reports the South Wales Evening Post.

A big-money bid to sign Monaco striker Emmanuel Riviere is being prepared by West Bromwich Albion according to The Express and The Star.

AC Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani insists that Mario Balotelli will stay at the club reports Skysports

According to Skysports Ecuador winger Jefferson Montero has announced he is leaving Mexican outfit Morelia to sign for a European club with a number of English club chasing the player as well.

Liverpool's pursuit of Spain left-back Alberto Moreno is off according to Skysports with the Europa League winners are understood to be looking for around £20m for Moreno.

Speaking to Manchester City's official website after Fernando confirmed his switch from FC Porto. “City fans can be assured I will give my all every time I play and I’m looking forward to many happy years in Manchester.”

According to The Guardian Luke Shaw has passed his medical and will be announced as a Manchester United player sooner rather than later. It will be Manchester United’s second signing after The Red Devils sealing a deal for Ander Herrera.

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Liverpool are prepared to beat Arsenal and Tottenham to teen sensation Divock Origi by offering to loan him back to Lille for a season after the Anfield club has been keeping track of the striker for most of last season.

Arsenal are testing Bayern Leverkusen further after The Express reports that the German outfit rejected a bid for midfielder Lars Bender.

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