Tottenham Hotspurs are on red alert after hearing that Valencia’s Sofiane Feghouli’s contract is set to expire next summer, and could be ready to table a bid in January to stop other clubs getting their hands on the Algeria International’s signature.
The 25 year-old has said that he is happy to stay with the La Liga side, who thanks to his performances has earned them Champions League football, which is something the White Hart Lane club can’t offer the player this season.
Barcelona have also shown an interest in signing the midfielder but with the players agent in talks over a new deal, an agreement with his present employers looks likely.
James Wilson is poised to be loaned out to Paul Clements Championship side Derby County, who narrowly missed out on the play-off places last season.
Having failed to make a single United first-team squad this term, and he will be looking for more game time to impress the Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal, with a view to returning to fight for his place at Old Trafford in the future.
The England Under 21 international has so far made 14 appearances for the youth side, scoring six goals in the process.
The 19 year-old has made a good start to his short career, having shown a lot of promise for the future.
Manchester United are eyeing a move for Real Madrid’s Raphael Varane, having failed to sign team-mate Sergio Ramos over the summer.
The Frenchman still has more than five years left to run on his contract, which will only add to any potential fee for the player, while Chelsea are also likely to rival a move from the Red Devils, which could inflate his price even further.
This will not be the first time the Old Trafford club will have shown interest in the youngster, with Sir Alex Ferguson trying to buy the former Lens man before his move to the Santiago Bernabeu in 2011.
United were also linked with Real’s Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema this summer, but no moves materialised for either star.
Manchester City have sped off into a five point-plus lead over the so-called top five in the league, and are yet to concede a goal in the opening four matches.
The Citizens season has got off to a flyer so far, in their search to reclaim the Premier League crown they lost to Chelsea last term.
Manuel Pellegrinl’s men are clearly the best team, but is this because the other teams are weak? Or is this a case of the Sky Blues spending their way to the top?
Last years runners up, have created an impressive 48 shots on goal in the first 4 games of the campaign.
This is not as many as the Gunners, who’s fans must now be asking why their side didn’t buy another attacking option during the transfer window.
Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney broke the all-time England goalscoring record yesterday, by scoring his 50th goal for his country.
Fans of the Three Lions was made to wait in anticipation, with the record-breaking goal coming in the 84th minute, when Rooney scored England’s second goal of the night to put his country 2-0 up and break the 45-year Bobby Charlton all-time goalscoring record.
The 29 year-old made his debut aged just 17, in February 2003, and shortly after became the youngest ever player to score for the national side.
When the superstar got his goal against Macedonia, no one would have guessed the kid from Croxteth, Liverpool, would go on to be his country’s all time goal score.
Spanish expert Guillem Ballague has claimed that Real Madrid and Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign David De Gea, with Keylor Navas going in the opposite direction.
The transfer fee of £29 Million plus a replacement player, for someone with less than a season left on their contract, would be seen as a lot if not for the 24 year-old’s great talent.
The former Atletico man will be a welcome arrival at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, with the club having failed to win any sliverware last term.
Real have already allowed Iker Casillas to leave the club, with the club legend having joined Porto, while Kiko Casilla was signed from Espanyol already during the window.
Manchester City have finally landed their man, for a massive £54.5 Million from VFL Wolfsburg, in a transfer that takes City’s spending for the Summer to over the £100 Million mark, with De Bruyne having signed a six-year deal with the club.
The Belgian maybe seen as a risky buy for some, having had a spell with Premier League Champions Chelsea previously, but only making three appearances with Jose Mourinho’s men before a permanent move to Germany.
The midfielder arrives as the club’s fifth signing of the window, with Enes Unal, Patrick Roberts and Fabian Delph having joined along with England international Raheem Sterling.