TRENDING TOPICS: Celebrity Crime Economy NHS Transport Weather Football

Premier League transfer news: Michel Vorm, Raheem Sterling, Thibaut Courtois

Written on:March 18, 2023
Add One
Premier League football

Arsenal FC are looking to bid for Swansea stopper, Michel Vorn

Premier League transfer news suggest that the summer transfer window is staring at major changes. In Arsenal transfer news, the Gunners are looking at a summer bid for Swansea stopper, Michel Vorm, to solve their problems between the posts. Wenger had earlier raised questions about the mental state of Wojciech Szczesny before dropping him against Bayern Munich.

Wenger apparently does not have long-term plans for Lukasz Fabianski, and is ready to bid for the Dutch international. Barcelona FC and Manchester United FC are also reported to be monitoring the progress of the player. Arsenal FC defender, Per Mertesacker, might be looking for a return to his homeland as Wolfsburg are considering a summer move for the German international.

Though the defender is criticised for his performance at the Emirates side, he is highly rated in his homeland. In Liverpool transfer news, Rodgers has reportedly rejected summer loan bids for Anfield starlet, Raheem Sterling, from Championship sides Leeds, Cardiff and Bolton. However, the Anfield side is reportedly ready to ship-off Spanish starlet, Suso on loan.

Rodgers has apparently alerted potential bidders about the availability of the 19-year-old. In Chelsea transfer news, the Blues have evaluated stopper, Thibaut Courtois at £17 million as Atletico Madrid has shown intent of retaining the goalkeeper permanently. Atletico have inquired about injecting the transfer of Courtois in the deal of Chelsea FC target, Radamel Falcao.

The Stamford Bridge side is reportedly thinking of the Belgian footballer as a successor to Petr Cech, but might be willing to loan him to Madrid.

Win a tastecard membership – 50% off your bill for a whole year!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>