Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Weekly Rumours: See The Latest News From January Transfer Market

Here are the main weekly news about football transfers.
1. Next club for Messi? He will end his career with Barcelona!
The owner of five Ballon D’Or titles said: “I want to keep succeeding with the club. Now is not the time to think about whether this is (my) peak. It’s more important that we keep trying to win, that we work hard. It’s a lot to think about. I’ve always said that (I can’t leave Barcelona). It’s always my response. I want to finish my career at home. My home is Barcelona. Football changes so much. A year ago, we were all getting criticised and we ended up winning nearly everything. My intention is to terminate my career where it started, in Barcelona.”

2. Arsenal and Manchester United chasing Cavani.
According to L’Equipe, BPL clubs were after the 28-year-old in the summer but their approaches were rebuffed by PSG. The rumours say that 
the forward has reportedly fallen out with manager Laurent Blanc and could leave Paris Saint-Germain during the current transfer window.
His transfer value is about  £40million.
Cavani celebrates scoring against Malmo
3. Top clubs should forget Borussia Dortmund talent Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Hans-Joachim Watzke, the CEO of the club, said:  “I can rule out transfer of any of our top performers now. That’s definitely not on our agenda. Every week there is some nonsense [in the press]. Gundogan and Hummels, they were supposed to be gone last season. This will start all over again.”
Arsenal have reportedly launched a £44.6million transfer bid for the 2015 African footballer of the year Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang named African player of the year 2015
4. Manchester United is trying to end their crisis by a crazy number of new players.
According to the Talk Sport, the are:
Ricardo Rodriguez
Wolfsburg defender can join Red Devils for £30million.

Sadio Mane from Southampton

Saul Niguez from Atletico Madrid
United are reportedly preparing a £15m bid for the 21-year-old midfielder

Everton striker Romelu Lukaku

Felipe Anderson: Lazio’s Brazilian could cost £37m

Robert Lewandowski
A £70m offer could be enough to bring him to Old Trafford.