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Premier league transfer news: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, Daniel Sturridge, Radamel Falcao

Written on:December 20, 2023
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Daniel Sturridge’ s transfer to Liverpool FC is facing some roadblocks

Premier league transfer news hint at big money deals for the next window. In Arsenal transfer news, the Gunners might have to stop their pursuit for Schalke striker, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, as he is reported to sign a new contract with his present club. The Holland international is reported to sign a new deal to stay at Schalke till 2016.

Liverpool FC and Arsenal FC were leading the race for signing the striker, but with the emergence of the new reports their attempts could be termed as futile. Arsene Wenger might have to change his plans for his striking options as the Gunners boss had made Huntelaar his premier target in the striking department.

In Liverpool transfer news, Daniel Sturridge’s move to Anfield is facing hiccups as the agents wrestle over fees issues. The Blues player was reported to appear for his medical on Wednesday, which would finalise the transfer move and prepare for his appearance for the Reds in January, but problems between Liverpool FC and Daniel’s advisors have halted the process.

In other Liverpool news, the Reds have been offered their target, Lucas Biglia by Anderlecht, at a price of £8.35 million. The football club has decided that the 26-year old can leave Anderlecht if their price demands are fulfilled. AC Milan is also reported to be interested in the mid-fielder.

In Chelsea transfer news, the Blues are upping the ante in their efforts for signing Atletico Madrid striker, Radamel Falcao. Chelsea FC has emerged as a top contender for signing the player as Roman Abramovich is prepared to pay the £48m release clause in his contract.

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