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Premier league transfer news: Theo Walcott, Nuri Sahin

Written on:December 13, 2023
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Premier League football

Theo Walcott has been offered £90,000-per-week deal by Juventus

Premier league transfer news hint at a few loan deals coming along this transfer window. In Arsenal transfer news, Theo Walcott has garnered more admirers as Juventus FC are offering the winger £90,000-per-week for him to move to Turin and discard offers from other English clubs.

If Juventus FC can provide Walcott with his favoured position of striker, which seems highly unlikely due to their current line-up, the deal seems to be sealed. The English player has been a major attraction for many premier clubs. Liverpool FC and Chelsea FC have their sights set on the player while Manchester United FC are planning for a swap move for Walcott with Nani.

In Liverpool transfer news, if Brendan Rodgers decides to retain mid-fielder, Nuri Sahin, then he might have to face Borussia Dortmund, as the club is planning to bring back the player to Germany. The Turkish national is on loan from Real Madrid FC. The Spanish club is also speculated to bring back the mid-fielder after his loan deal ends.

Dortmund has approached Real inquiring the availability of the player. Rodgers will have to wait for the season-long deal of the footballer to expire before making an offer to him. Liverpool FC have been strongly linked with Daniel Sturridge and Tom Ince in previous football transfer reports.

In Chelsea transfer news, Rafa Benitez is reported to spend plenty during the January transfer window to procure the best talent for the Blues. With Oriel Romeu injuring his knee ligament and John Obi Mikel on African Nations Cup duty next month, Stamford Bridge will have to look for a promising mid-fielder.

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