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Premier league transfer news: Fernando Llorente, Wesley Sneijder, Wilfried Zaha

Written on:January 17, 2024
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Pep Guardiola will be taking the reigns of Bayern Munich

Premier League transfer news bring forward a mind-boggling report, which confirms that Pep Guardiola is on his way to Bayern Munich. The former Barcelona coach was on the radar of many premier league clubs, but the German club has snatched the manager, who helped Barcelona FC win 14 trophies in four seasons.

In Arsenal transfer news, the Gunners might miss out on Athletic Bilbao striker, Fernando Llorente as Juventus is reported to hold talks for the transfer of the star. The Italian club is reported to offer a £3 million contract and the negotiations are rumoured to conclude by the weekend. Manchester City and Chelsea were the other clubs interested in the player.

In Liverpool transfer news, the Reds are linked with a transfer move of Wesley Sneijder, despite managing director, Ian Ayre stating that the Anfield side has no interest in signing the Dutch international. Turkish giants, Galatasaray has already made an offer to Sneijder, who is waiting till the end of January to make a decision.

In Chelsea transfer news, the Blues have sent forward Lucas Piazon on loan to Malaga until the end of the season. The youngster has taken the football field only three times for Chelsea FC since his move from Sau Paulo. The hopes of the Blues might be quashed as Pep Guardiola was reported to join Bayern Munich.

In Manchester United transfer news, the Red Devils are scheduled to make a formal bid in 24 hours for Crystal Palace striker, Wilfried Zaha. Palace owner, Steve Parish has rated the striker at a price of £20 million in contrast to Man U’s initial bid of £6 million.

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