|Diego Carlos has agreed to join Aston Villa from Sevilla for a fee in the region of £30m, what does this mean for Danny Ings, Bertrand Traore and Ollie Watkins? (Photo credit: Sky Sports)
The champions league final is here and it will be a box office affair between Liverpool and Real Madrid but this article is about chopping and shoving; the transfer season is here, brace up for ridiculous rumors and surprise moves but one thing is certain, we’ll bring you every bit of it.
Aston Villa targeting the title?
Steven Gerrard may not have achieved a top ten finish in his
first attempt but he certainly has a plan for the second opportunity with his
team signing three players already and you wouldn’t even believe that the
window isn’t officially open yet.
Kamara joined on a free, Phillippe Coutinho completed a permanent
move from Barcelona and we can now confirm that Diego Carlos has signed for
Aston Villa from Sevilla… Should we be worried?
The rumor mill toys with Arsenal fans
We know the Julian Draxler annual link to Arsenal and some standard
click baits but how did Alvaro Morata and Arsenal enter the same sentence?
Hector Bellerin has said he wants to stay at Betis, William
Saliba will come back and Fiorentina won’t sign Lucas Torreira; take all that
to the bank but whoever started the Morata news need some meeting with Arsenal
fans, it would be peaceful trust me.
Newcastle means business!
There’s money to spend and there’s a buzzing manager to
believe in, expect some big names to join Newcastle and that means big trouble
for the existing top six.
We can confirm that Eddie Howe’s side are back in Lyon to
lure Bruno Guimaeres’ former teammate, Lucas Paqueta to St. James’s Park and we’re
hearing the Tyneside club is also raiding Wolves for Raul Jimenez, interesting
Patrick Schick extends at Leverkusen
Lots of players will be moving this season and we can guess
a lot of them, but one player that has decided to stay, at least for now is
Bayern Leverkusen striker Patrick Schick.
The Czech Republic forward has signed a new deal at the
German side till 2027, and that ends a long period of speculation of a possible
move away to the premier league where Arsenal, Newcastle and Tottenham have
been rumored to be interested.
Wait what? Leeds United sign a left back for £28m?
What is going on at Elland Road? Leeds United have completed the
signing of RB Salzburg left back Brenden Aaronson for a mammoth £28m and
we’re wondering what the rationale is.
lots of defenders, their run with the relegation battle was strictly down to
their inability to defend but a left back from Salzburg for that much? How much
will they buy midfield supports and attacking talents? We wait to see.