Stella Dimoko Footballer's Transfer Update


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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Footballer's Transfer Update

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas is considering leaving Chelsea after being left on the bench for their Premier League opener against West Ham. Real Madrid are considering a move for the 29-year-old Spain international.

Other transfer stories below:
- Liverpool have rejected an offer of £23 million plus £7m in add-ons from West Brom for striker Christian Benteke. (The Times)

- West Brom have made a €25 million bid for Algerian striker Islam Slimani but Sporting are holding out for €30m. (ESPN)

- Manchester United have pulled ahead of Leicester, Chelsea and Juventus in the race to sign Santos striker Gabriel Barbosa, and will pay a total of £30 million. (The Sun)

- Cesc Fabregas's representatives have offered Cesc Fabregas to Real Madrid as they look to plot a move away from Chelsea this summer.

- Valencia are demanding a fee of £25 million for defender Shkodran Mustafi from Arsenal, with the Gunners unwilling to pay such an amount. (Daily Mirror)

- Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is plotting a move for Koln left-back Jonas Hector despite the defender signing a new contract this summer. (Daily Mirror)

- Napoli are set to turn their attention towards a move for Boca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez, though the player wants to stay in Argentina and his agent would prefer him to join Inter. (Sky Sport Italia)

- Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, 33, wants to stay at the club despite being left at home for the first leg of their Champions League qualifier against Steaua Bucharest. (Daily Mirror)

- Ivory Coast international Toure stands to earn £11m from seeing out the final season of his contract at Etihad Stadium. (Daily Express)

- City are set to sign Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, 33, once the Spanish side find a replacement. (Daily Mail)

- Having had two bids rejected last month, Crystal Palace are set to make an improved offer to Liverpool for striker Christian Benteke, 25. (Times - subscription required)

- Palace also hope to sign 26-year-old Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko after selling winger Yanick Bolasie, 27, and midfielder Mile Jedinak, 32. (Daily Telegraph)

- West Bromwich Albion have made a revised £21m offer for Sporting Lisbon's Algeria striker Islam Slimani, 28. (Daily Mail)

- Arsenal expect to sign 24-year-old Valencia defender Shkodran Mustafi, despite the deal stalling over the weekend. (Goal)

- Liverpool's £25m bid for Mahmoud Dahoud has been turned down by German giants Borussia Monchengladbach. They made a move for the 20-year-old midfielder over the weekend but were told to not bother with an improved offer. (Sun)

- Reds boss Jurgen Klopp will persevere with under-fire left-back Alberto Moreno, 24, rather than enter the transfer market to bolster Liverpool's options in the position. (Daily Express)

- Watford have agreed a £13m deal to sign 25-year-old Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra. (Sky Sports)

- Leicester are preparing an improved contract for midfielder Danny Drinkwater, 26, who has already rejected an improved deal. Tottenham are among a host of clubs interested in the England international. (Sun)


  1. Fabregas u see ya life? Stay with us? U refused! Don't come back to arsenal o

    1. We don't want him at all. Well do I blame him he went for trophy that we couldn't get.

  2. I love this Stella. Nice one, please keep it coming....

    Christian Benteke is the real deal now!

  3. If my child don't play either soccer of basketball, he or she will rather face their books squarely (A student)

  4. Arsenal just spend and give us a good season joor!

  5. Lolz @the Fabregas news,if true,lobatan!


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