Name Your Price
Arsenal have been quoted a price of £15m for the Roma and Italy Under-21 defender Alessio Romagnoli, but they’ll face competition from AC Milan if they want to sign him.
Is he any good? He’s certainly highly-rated, and would add to an impressive defensive unit at the Emirates Stadium without coming in as an established player who would expect a first-team place.
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Cavani To Check In?
Having failed to get the best out of Colombian Radamel Falcao, Manchester United have now turned their eyes to fellow South American striker Edinson Cavani, and on paper he looks like proper Manchester United material.
Good move? The Paris Saint Germain forward scored 31 goals in all competitions last season and was also idolised in Napoli after bagging 104 goals in three sunny seasons on the south coast. He is strong, looks like a stallion and can help United sharpen their quest for Premier League glory.
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Otamendi On The Way Too?
Nicolas Otamendi is another South American on van Gaal’s shopping list. The Valencia centre back could be the ideal partner to compatriot Marcos Rojo and Valencia’s improvement in form towards the latter end of last season was largely due to a stubborn defence, led by the six foot centre back.
Interesting arrival. And a good age too. At 26 his best years are ahead of him and he can become part of the furniture at Old Trafford.
United are 6.00 to win the Premier League in 2015/16
Kane And Able?
Tottenham have lined up Marseille forward Michy Batshuayi to partner Harry Kane at White Hart Lane next season, having missed out on his fellow Belgian Christian Benteke.
Who? He’s a 21-year-old who has shown immense promise in Ligue 1, but you’d have thought that Spurs would want an older partner for Kane.
Tottenham are 7.00 to finish in the top four in 2015/16
De Bruyne To Follow Sterling
After bringing in Raheem Sterling, Manchester City are now determined to add Belgium international Kevin De Bruyne to their ranks, and are working on a £35m deal.
Another signing? Yep, well they’ve got bottomless pits of money. De Bruyne would be a great signing though.
City are 3.75 to win the Premier League in 2015/16