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Transfer Rumour Roundup

2014-06-24 10:48
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Cape Town - There is no better time to be a football fan, the Soccer World Cup is in full swing and the transfer window is open.

Manchester United have increased their offer to £34 million for Southampton youngster Luke Shaw as the Saints defender prepares to face Costa Rica, says the Mirror.

Rio Ferdinand has joined Queens Park Rangers according to the Telegraph.

The Sun are reporting that Arsenal are looking to keep Thomas Vermaelen from making a move to Manchester United by offering him a new deal.

The future of Romelu Lukaku is as uncertain as ever as the Sun reports that the young Belgian may be on the move with Atletico Madrid the destination. Could this be due to the imminent arrivial of Diego Costa at Stamford Bridge?

Liverpool fans, look away now. Luis Suarez's father-law-law is suggesting that the player could be trading Liverpool for Spain, with Real Madrid and Barcelona both keen on securing the goal scoring machine's signature. 

@indykaila on Twitter is reporting that Alvaro Negredo is looking to leave Manchester City.

Also on Twitter, @footiewriter is onto the speculation regarding Mario Balotelli's future with Arsenal said to be leading the chase. He says AC Milan will allow the Italian to leave the San Siro for £28 million.

Leaving Europe now, SAFA have released the shortlist for the national team coaching position. Already, Stephen Keshi's name has been sent to the top of the list but this has been denied as pure speculation by SAFA. 

Kaizer Chiefs have signed Platinum Stars striker, Siphelele Mthembu, on a three year deal, this according to Soccer Laduma

More Kaizer Chiefs news, Kickoff.com are speculating on the future of Abia Nale. Nale spent some time on loan at Mpumalanga Black Aces last season and the player seemed to regain his form. Aces now await word from Chiefs who must decide whether Nale will return on loan or form part of the Amakhosi first team squad.

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