Vieira to become Palace manager, Fernandinho extends with City, Billy Gilmour available on loan, Mourinho wants Cavani
|Patrick Vieira is set to become the next Crystal Palace manager after agreeing a three year deal with the Selhurst Park side. (Photo credit: Sky Sports)
We’ll update the list from time to time as news emerge from leading transfer news outlets across the world of football
Ramos to PSG hits the rock
Hol’up… You think former Real Madrid talismanic defender
Sergio Ramos was headed for PSG right? Well it seems that deal will not happen
over what L’equipe calls irreconcilable differences and that leaves the door
open for Ramos to consider the premiership.
Sergio Ramos left Real Madrid after 15 years of service
and became a free agent, there were talks in the past between Manchester United
and the player but does he want to join the “vibes and insha Allah” gang at Old
Jose Mourinho wants Edison Cavani
Beyond the controversial comments around Luke Shaw that
has sparked social media conversation, former Manchester United manager Jose
Mourinho has voiced out his admiration for Edison Cavani, but will his former
club appreciate the raid he wants to do?
Cavani is set to sign a new deal to keep him at Old
Trafford for another year but Mourinho is bent on taking him back to Italy
where he spent a good time with Napoli.
Patrick Vieira set to become Palace new manager
Roy Hodgson has left Crystal Palace for good, was he
under-appreciated? That’s a story for another day but the news is that Arsenal
legend Patrick Vieira is set to be announced as the new Eagles manager after
agreeing a three year deal with the Selhurst Park outfit.
Palace had considered a lot of options, starting from Chelsea
legend Frank Lampard, Lucien Favre and a host of others but they have now
settled for the former OGC Nice manager and would be seen how he fares,
especially against Arsenal.
Billy Gilmour to Norwich?
Billy Gilmour was a shining light
in the Scotland midfield in the game against England but the teenage sensation
had to miss the final group game against Croatia due to injuries.
Chelsea announced on Monday that
the young midfielder will be available on loan to gain first team experience
elsewhere before coming back to Stamford Bridge and Sky Sports understands that
Norwich has agreed a deal in principle to have Gilmour for one year, Buendia
Fernandinho signs City extension
Manchester City can confirm that Fernandinho has extended his
contract by another year and will still be the captain of the reigning
champions when the new season kicks off in August.
There were lots of talks around the contract of the Brazilian,
especially with Sergio Aguero out and everyone looking at Raheem Sterling and
Riyad Mahrez as they near the exit door following the anticlimax to the season
over a loss to Chelsea at the Estadio De Dragao.