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Premier league transfer news: Hatem Ben Arfa, David Villa, Neymar

Written on:February 6, 2024
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Premier league transfer rumours today bring news from Anfield. Liverpool transfer news suggests that the club might sign Newcastle forward Hatem Ben Arfa when transfer window opens in summer. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers could get Hatem Ben Arfa in exchange deal for Andy Carroll as Newcastle seems interested in re-signing Carroll.

Ben Arfa, who has a contract at Newcastle to the summer of 2015, was stayed put in January transfer window as he was recovering from a hamstring injury. The only obstacle in Liverpool’s way to sign Ben Arfa can be Newcastle’s asking price, but that can be handled by prospect of Andy Carroll returning to St James’ Park.

Moving to Arsenal transfer news, Gunner’s chances of landing David Villa in summer faces another threat as Atletico Madrid also seems to be interested in Barcelona striker.

David Villa is currently in demand with Manchester City also reported to be interested in the man. But, seems like Arsene Wenger will not let Villa get out of hands so easily. With David Villa keen on moving to the Europa League champions, this race between Atletico Madrid, Arsenal and City would provide him perfect opportunity to get the best.

Chelsea transfer news hints that the Blues might try to land Neymar after the World Cup next year. Neymar, who is being tipped as world’s best, has expressed his desire to play in Premier League or Spain. Oscar, David Luiz and Ramires are reported to be repeatedly persuading Neymar to join London club.

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