Today we take a look at the Italian clubs monitoring a Premier League midfielder, the future of Shinji Kagawa, Tottenham’s hopes of landing a new striker and Chelsea’s pursuit of an international midfielder...
The Spurs midfielder Sandro is a target for Roma and Inter Milan.
Why it will happen: No one could blame Sandro if he has become disillusioned with life at the North London club.
Why it won’t happen: Tottenham would demand the type of fee that Italian clubs just don’t pay these days.
David Moyes has ruled out selling Shinji Kagawa in January.
Why it will happen: Moyes has given Kagawa chances to establish himself and needs to add to his options in January, rather than selling players.
Why it won’t happen: Borussia Dortmund are still big admirers of their former player and a bid could convince United to sell.
Tottenham are hoping to land Mirko Vucinic on loan from Juventus in January.
Why it will happen: Vucinic is struggling to get regular football at Juve and Franco Baldini has the connections to pull off the deal.
Why it won’t happen: Juventus won’t want to weaken their squad at a time when they are honing in on a third successive Serie A title.
The Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin is in talks with Chelsea.
Why it will happen: Chelsea are lacking numbers in central midfield and Guarin would help to solve this problem.
Why it won’t happen: The Blues are not the only Premier League club interested in Guarin and could face competition.
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