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Premier League football latest transfer news and rumours, Oct 24

Written on:October 24, 2012
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Premier League transfer stories suggest that Juventus is trying to bully Arsenal

Premier League transfer stories suggest that the January transfer suspect list is taking form. In Chelsea transfer news, Florent Malouda has emerged as a major target for Brazilian club, Santos for the January transfer window. Malouda has been training along the youth team with the speculations of an imminent transfer.

Malouda has also attracted attention from Vasco Da Gama and his former club Lyon for a January transfer move, but the French player might favour the Brazilian club because of his South American wife. Malouda’s relation with Chelsea FC might prove a hindrance during the January transfer as he tweeted a picture of himself training with the youth team stating that he was frozen at the Blues club.

In Arsenal transfer news, the Gunners are facing persistent Juventus as Juve is trying to steal Fernando Llorente, a long term Arsenal target. Juventus FC is also planning to sign Arsenal left-winger, Theo Walcott, who is being pursued by the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City.

In Manchester United transfer news, the Old Trafford troops were given a go signal for PSV star, Kevin Strootman after his agent revealed his availability in summer. Sir Alex has shown interest in the Dutchman with the PSV star linked to a £15 million move during the last transfer window.

AC Milan has also been associated to the 22-year old for a January transfer move, though reports suggest that the star will complete his contract at Eredivisie and will be available in May.

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