Transfer News Today: Arsenal Target La Liga Winger Who’s Faster Than Gareth Bale


Speed Merchant

Arsenal are battling Everton for the signature of the Almeria winger Edgar Mendez, who has been clocked running faster than Gareth Bale in La Liga this season.

Wow, that’s quick. Sure is, and at just £2m Mendez could prove to be a bargain. He’s scored three goals this season as Almeria battle against relegation.

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Done Deal

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Liverpool have sold the Spanish midfielder Suso to AC Milan for £1m. The young Spaniard made 21 appearances for the Reds and scored his only goal on his final appearance against Middlesbrough.

A good deal? He looked promising when he broke into the team, but a move now seems best for all parties.

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London Calling

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Chelsea are ready to bring the former Tottenham midfielder Luka Modric back to London from Real Madrid, with the Croatian reportedly hoping to link up with Jose Mourinho again.

Good player. He certainly is, and he’s be a great addition for the Blues. Watch this space.

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Another United Galactico

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Manchester United want to make Dani Alves the latest star name to move to Old Trafford, and are ready to sign the Brazilian from Barcelona at the end of the season.

Would he fit in? He would. Antonio Valencia and Rafael have played in the right wing-back role this season and Alves would certainly be an upgrade on them.

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Over Eto’o Quickly

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Samuel Eto’o’s short spell at Everton is set to be ended after just a few months, with the Cameroonian off to Sampdoria in Serie A.

That was fast. Time flies for the veteran, but he was a useful backup for the Blues and this does seem a strange move unless they’ve got something lined up. 

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