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Premier League transfer news: Pepe Reina, Stevan Jovetic, Victor Wanyama

Written on:January 24, 2024
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Pepe Reina’s representatives started talks with the Reds about his future at Anfield

Premier league transfer news suggest that Liverpool FC might be looking to ship off Pepe Reina. In Liverpool transfer news, the representatives of the Reds stopper, Reina, are reported to discuss the future of the goalkeeper at the Anfield side. Pepe has been linked with Barcelona FC and a surprise bid from Manchester United FC might also surface.

Reina has three years left on his current contract with Liverpool FC and his father made headlines after he expressed that he would like to see Pepe return to Barcelona FC. Miguel Reina said, “I say it publicly: I would be delighted to see Pepe back at Barca. He has already been there but to return would be extraordinary.”

In Arsenal transfer news, the Gunners are looking to give Liverpool FC a tough fight in the pursuit of the £8 million-rated Swansea defender, Ashley Williams. Arsene Wenger has watched the 28-year-old many times on the football field and would like to sign the player to bolster his defence. Arsenal FC boss is reported to be a big admirer of the Wales defender.

The Emirates side is reported to be planning a surprise £20 million January bid for Fiorentina attacker, Stevan Jovetic. The player has found the net 14 times in 27 appearances last season and 8 times in 16 games this year. Jovetic, if reports are believed, could become the Gunners’ first January signing.

In Manchester United transfer news, the Red Devils are preparing for a £10 million summer bid for Celtic midfielder, Victor Wanyama. The Kenyan player has been continuously monitored by Sir Alex, the Man U boss was also present in Celtic’s 4-0 win over Dundee United, where the midfielder scored once.

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