Transfer news: PSG sign Sergio Ramos, Newcastle renew five!
|Sergio Ramos joins PSG for two years with an option of another year, is champions league coming? (Photo credit: L'equipe)|
We’ll update the list from time to time as news emerge from leading transfer news outlets across the world of football
PSG signs Ramos, Champions league coming?
Yesterday we reported PSG’s acquisition of Achraf Hakimi and we can confirm that they have added Spanish living legend Sergio Ramos to their rank and does that mean they will have all it takes to land the elusive champions league trophy?
If they’re able to keep Kyllian Mbappe and Neymar, they have a galactico set up that will challenge anyone, the question will be around the quality of Mauricio Pochetino.
Ramos joins on a two year deal with an option of another, PSG is building. Watch them.
Liverpool turn to Traore
The baby oil bender Adama Traore is has been rumored to be the latest name Anfield folks are considering as the Kops try to snatch their trophy from the men in blue that raided them and relinquished them of their prized asset.
Liverpool have decisions to make on their front three and you can guess one of them might leave with their interests getting quite vocal on a forward, Wolves is a good ground for Liverpool to raid from experience, this shouldn’t be a problem if they’re ready to pay the price.
Newcastle’s busy day saw five renewals
There may not be too many incomings at Newcastle but they Tyneside club has made sure that five of their players aren’t leaving just yet with an announcement of five contract renewals in one day, it was a busy Wednesday.
Jacob Murphy, Federico Fernandez, Fabian Schar, Dwight Gayle and Paul Dummet all renewed yesterday and now the club can consider few names to add to the squad, comfortable season is the goal, they will want to have a season without relegation battles, it is possible, they must believe.
Balotelli moves again
Football’s enfante terrible Mario Balotelli has joined newly-promoted Turkish Super Lig side Adana Demirspor on a three-year deal.
The 30-year-old former Liverpool and Manchester City striker was a free agent after leaving Serie B side Monza.
He scored five goals in 12 appearances for the club, owned by former AC Milan chairman Silvio Berlusconi, as they missed out on promotion to Serie A after losing out in the play-offs.
Jerome Boateng to Roma?
Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng is set to leave the Bavarians and his next destination is not likely to be Tottenham as envisaged, Roma has thrown their hat in the ring and it feels a lot like they means business.
Jose Mourinho according to Sky Sports already spoke with the former Germany international and is willing to head to the Italian capital instead of north London. The Mourinho influence strikes again and this time, it’s against the club that booted him out in January.