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Premier league transfer news: Daniel Sturridge, David Villa, Steven Gerrard

Written on:December 24, 2023
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Daniel Sturridge is reported to receive £1.5 million as a farewell gift from Chelsea FC

Premier league transfer news hint a busy January window for the clubs. In Chelsea transfer news, Daniel Sturridge is reported to receive a £1.5 million goodbye from the Blues. The Chelsea FC winger is making a move to Anfield as the problems surrounding his new contract seems to have been sorted out.

The England striker is reported to clear the medical formalities for finishing his move to the Reds and might be taking a price cut for the move. Liverpool FC has not disclosed any details about the contract as the club stated that the terms would be made known once the deal is officially approved by the Premier League and FA when the window opens.

In Arsenal transfer news, Barcelona FC has answered the concerns of the Gunners about the possible transfer of striker David Villa. The Spanish media reported that the striker was unhappy about his situation at Camp Nou, which alerted the premier league side. However, Barcelona sports chief, Andoni Zubizarreta stated that Villa was a key player for Barca.

In other Arsenal news, Theo Walcott and the Gunners administration are still reeling with uncertainty about the signing of a new contract, which has prompted Manchester City to make the winger a priority target during the next transfer window. Walcott has stated his intentions about a £100,000-a-week deal for a new contract, which should not be a problem for City.

In Liverpool transfer news, Brendan Rodgers has ridiculed all rumours about Steven Gerrard’s diminishing stature on the football field by offering him a new contract.

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