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Premier league transfer news: Nani, Radamel Falco, Alexis Sanchez

Written on:December 11, 2023
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Radamel Falco is turning to be the top prospect for the next transfer window

Premier League transfer news suggest renewed battles for key transfer targets. In Arsenal FC transfer news, the Gunners are looking to steal Manchester United winger, Nani, after reports about his falling out with Sir Alex surfaced. The player seems to be running out of luck at the Old Trafford side as the contract renewal talks have reached an impasse.

Nani is reported to believe that his status quo with Ferguson is beyond repair and he would be considering his future elsewhere. In other Arsenal FC news, the Emirates side has been linked to Newcastle striker, Demba Ba, who has refused to sign a £70,000-a-week contract with his present club. Liverpool FC has also expressed their interest in the striker.

In Chelsea FC transfer news, the Blues will face a formidable Real Madrid, bidding for Atletico Madrid striker, Radamel Falco. The Spanish club is confident that they can outbid Manchester City FC and Chelsea FC and procure the striker during the January transfer window.

Falco has been increasing his admirers by his impressive skills on the football field, the mercurial striker netted five goals in Atletico’s 6-0 win against Deportivo recently. Real Madrid would follow a policy of no holds barred for the striker, who is priced at £45 million. Chelsea FC is not short of funds as they have shown before when they signed Fernando Torres for £50 million.

In Liverpool FC transfer news, Brendan Rodgers is reported to monitor Barcelona forward, Alexis Sanchez. The Reds boss has sent his scouts for the Barca player, who is still low on the food chain on the ranks of the Spanish club.

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