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Premier League transfer news: Thierry Henry, Lazar Markovic, Michu

Written on:December 10, 2023
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Thierry Henry might begin his third stint with Arsenal FC in January

Arsenal FC transfer news and rumours
The Gunners might have sealed a loan deal with Thierry Henry as rumours about him wearing the Anfield colours against Swansea on January 6 have surfaced. Arsenal FC is reported to be in talks with New York Red Bulls over a loan stint for a third time entry of Henry at Anfield, which could start earlier than expected.

Arsene Wenger is hoping for a loan deal for the striker till the end of the season, which might be a problem, as the MLS club would prefer to have Henry back for the season start in March. Wenger is looking to sign Wilfried Zaha and Huntelaar during the next transfer window, in addition to the loan deal of Henry.

Featured video: Thierry Henry talks about his return to Arsenal

Chelsea FC transfer news and rumours
The Blues are closing in on completing an £8 million initial bid for Serbia wonder kid, Lazar Markovic. Liverpool FC, Arsenal FC and Inter Milan have also been looking to sign the mid-fielder, but the 18-year-old, seems biased towards making an appearance for Stamford Bridge.

The mid-fielder, who has been inducted in the national side, has scored six goals in 12 games this season for his club, Partizan Belgrade. In other football transfer news, Chelsea FC has also been linked to Bayer Leverkusen’s Andre Schurrle, Atletico Madrid’s Radamel Falcao, Gonzalo Higuain of Real Madrid and Newcastle’s Demba Ba.

Liverpool FC transfer news and rumours
Liverpool FC boss, Brendan Rodgers, has expressed his intentions of making a move for Swansea striker, Michu if talks with Chelsea FC about the transfer of Daniel Sturridge do not yield results.

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