Transfer News Today: Barca To Sign Star & Allow Pedro To Join Man Utd


Nolito To Go

Barcelona are readying a deal to re-sign wide man Nolito from Celta Vigo four years after he left the club, with the move paving the way for Pedro to join Manchester United.

Seems like a win-win situation. Well, you’d think so. Nolito has certainly improved during his time away from the Nou Camp, and Pedro appears closer than ever to moving to United.

Read: Why Van Gaal Needs To Believe In Di Maria

 

Diaby’s Fresh Start

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Marseille are going to be forced to bring in extra physios (joke) after agreeing a deal to sign the former Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby, who had terrible luck with injuries at the Gunners.

Really? Jokes aside, Diaby was a hugely promising player before his many, many problems, and it is to be hoped that he can resurrect his career in his native France.

Read: Can Benzema bring glory to the Gunners?

 

Liverpool’s Digne Deal

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Liverpool just want one more player to complete their squad before the start of the new season, and that player is believed to be the PSG left-back Lucas Digne, who is closing in on a loan switch to the Reds.

Good player? He’ll certainly provide competition for Alberto Moreno for the position, and the highly-rated youngster would be a good addition for the Reds.

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Magpies Fly Too Low

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Newcastle’s bid of £4.8m for AC Milan forward M’Baye Niang has been rejected by the Serie A giants, who want to Toon to go higher.

Will they? Well there seems to be money to spend there, so Steve McClaren will be ready to go in again for a gifted young forward.

Newcastle are 4.00 to finish in the top 10

 

McCarthy To Move?

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Everton’s James McCarthy is reportedly deeply unhappy with the club, and is looking to push through a move to Tottenham.

Will he get his wish? Perhaps it depends on the Blues selling John Stones, as they won’t want to be seen to lose two of their brightest young players in one summer. 

Everton are 3.00 to finish in the bottom 10