|Arsenal signs Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City for a fee of £45m on a five year deal. (Photo credit: Arsenal.com)
It’s that time of the season where everyone monitors breaking news and player movements, we bring to you the peak of the bunch as team try to bolster their squad ahead of the new season.
Arsenal announce Jesus, target Tielemans
After long delays that sparked agitations among Arsenal
fans, the Gunners have finally announced the signing of Brazilian forward
Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City for a reported fee of £45m.
suffered from lack of proven goal scorers last season and were linked to a host
of strikers earlier in the window including Darwin Nunez that has now signed
for Liverpool. Arsenal are believed to also be in for Youri Tielemans and will
do all they can to land him in the coming days.
Eriksen chooses Manchester United
Former Tottenham and Inter Milan midfielder Christian
Eriksen has verbally agreed to a deal to join Manchester United after leaving
Brentford at the end of the season.
Eriksen has offers from many teams, including the Brentford
he left, his former side Spurs, Everton, Aston Villa and some teams outside
England. Eriksen survived a heart problem to return to football in January and
has been a big hit since then.
City unveil Phillips
Manchester City continued their great transfer window with
the completion of a deal for Leeds United midfield enforcer Kalvin Phillips in
a deal estimated at £45m
for a period of six years and the new boy will wear the heavy Vincent Kompany shirt.
number 4 wouldn’t be too big for a player that already attended a major
tournament with England as a regular and was greatly missed last season when he
was injured at Leeds. He was one of the reasons they struggled and faced
Young dares old age with Villa extension
Ashley Young has extended his contract at Aston Villa for
another year following the expiration of his existing one after joining from
Inter Milan last season.
Young started his career at Villa and had a stellar era
before his mega move to Manchester United where he won the premier league twice
under Sir Alex Ferguson. He was pushed and shoved around before linking up with
Antonio Conte at Inter and now he’s set to end his career at Villa.
Zaniolo to Juventus?
We understand every Italian player wants to play for
Juventus but is it time for them to turn to AS Roma wonder boy Nicolo Zaniolo?
Juventus already handed the jersey number 7 to Federico
Chiesa and as he returns from injury, he would be raring to go but could he be
joined by Zaniolo?