Let us look at the latest transfer gossips surrounding Bale, Cavani and many more which are making the headlines:
Will Bale break the world transfer record ‘Again’?
Gareth Bale broke the world transfer record in 2013 summer after signing from Spurs to Real Madrid. Despite his good form with the Los Blancos, several media are reporting him with a move to Manchester United.
While spending 150 million in the summer, the Reds already broke the British transfer record with the capture of Angel Di Maria. Hence, United will not be shy to break another record.
However, this time its a huge one, Bale is being earmarked for a whooping 150 million. But, many predict the deal might materialise only in the summer and not in winter.
When asked about it Van Gaal said: “I cannot discuss that with you. I discuss it with my CEO and not with anyone in the media.”
Ochoa could move to premier league
Brazil 2014 sensation Guillermo Ochoa’s club Malaga may consider offers in January if the right one comes along.
The 29-year-old signed a three-year deal at La Rosaleda but has so far found himself playing back-up to Carlos Kameni in La Liga, leading to speculation over a potential January move.
His agent, Jorge Berlanga said: “It’s true that there was a meeting with Malaga and it was quite positive. We will continue to talk to the club and, if a good offer arrives in January, we’ll assess it and see if we can reach an agreement that suits all parties.
Ochoa was linked with Liverpool and Arsenal in summer but, neither move failed to materialise. Now though with Liverpool reportedly in the market for a goalkeeper, they may look to seize the opportunity.
Manchester City and Arsenal are hunting for strikers
With the present attacking players injured in Manchester City and another (Negredo) on loan in Spain, City are facing a strikers crisis.
This has forced Blues of Manchester to hunt for a striker in January window. The latest name being linked is Mandzukic from Atletico. It is unclear whether Atletico will sell them, however a offer of 25 million may tempt them.
Arsenal are reportedly given a green light in their pursuit of long term target Edinson Cavani, after Laurent Blanc is said to have fed up with the Uruguyan’s poor goal tally.
Despite the positive signal, the deal may cost around 50 million. With Arsene Wenger earlier saying that he is ready to splash the cash if the right player arrives, the Gunners fans can be optimistic with this deal.
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