Football Transfer Gossip 1st November 2011
Yawn! Carlos Tevez now considers England to be an option with his family having joined him, the problem is who will want him and whether they will pay his extortianate wages, blah blah blah. We’ll know in January what will happen with the Argentine but in the meantime there seems to be a lot interest building in two Bundesliga players namely Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Lukas Podolski.
Here is a compilation of todays transfer gossip:
Arsenal have sent scouts to 1 FC Koln in order to keep an eye on Germany international Lukas Podolski which could mean a fee of £20m being spent by the Emirates side.
Carlos Tevez is now willing to remain in England according to his advisor which could put some Premier League sides on alert for his services but have ruled out a remove to West Ham despite his “love” for the side.
More: Daily Mirror
Bolton Wanderers wish to take two Liverpool players on loan in Raheem Sterling and Jon Flanagan although how that is possible is anyone’s guess give the Premier League rules that state one player per club?
Arsenal have discreet enquiries into Real Madrid’s versatile midfielder Esteban Granero who could be available for around the £8m mark.
Tottenham Hotspur’s Rafael van der Vaart feels Manchester City’s rise to the top could end with their being too many “ego’s” within the squad.
Andy Carroll feels that the current Liverpool squad are good enough to cope without Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher.
More: Daily Telegraph
Newcastle United are keeping tabs on a young Argentine starlet called Facundo Ferreyra and could make an offer as soon as we enter the New Year.
Chelsea and Liverpool appear to be battling it out for 14 year old Seyo Ojo and the teenage might cost about £2m!
Arsenal may look to bring Kolo Toure back to the Emirates.