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Premier League football latest transfer news and rumours, Aug 30

Written on:August 30, 2023
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Transfer window closes tomorrow…Who is busy signing whom?

With transfer window closing tomorrow, negotiations are taking place in all Premier League clubs. Speculation is gathering that Manchester United’s Dimitar Berbatov is on the verge of signing for Fulham.

The Independent reports that the Bulgarian has agreed terms with the Viola and was hence been asked to head to Florence for a medical, but Berbatov never arrived in Italy. Fiorentina is now accusing Juventus of stealing the deal.

Arsenal meanwhile is keeping options over the potential sale of Theo Walcott to Manchester City. Reportedly, Arsene Wenger is showing interest in Edin Dzeko in a case Theo Walcott makes the opposite move.

Moving on, West Ham is trying hard to sign Andy Carroll, as Liverpool is busy chasing Theo Walcott, reports The Daily Mail. Although Carroll has maintained that he does not want to leave Anfield, but his absence in Europa League qualifier against Hearts said a lot about his future in Liverpool.

According to The Daily Express, Tottenham and Chelsea are fighting it off for France striker Loic Remy, as both are desperate for an affordable frontman.

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini wants to strengthen his defense and is hence, interest in Internazionale’s Maicon. With a year remaining on his contract with Inter, the Brazilian could be taken in the region of £4.7 million, reports Guardian.

Last but definitely not the least; Pablo Hernandez is on a roll today. Swansea has signed Pablo in whopping £5.5million after chasing the Valencia wideman for several weeks, reports Mirror.

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