Everton are close to signing a pre-contract agreement to bring Marseille winger Andre Ayew to Goodison Park next summer, according to Goal.com.
The 25-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season, and so has attracted interested from several clubs from across Europe, with German duo Borussia Dortmund and Wolfsburg both linked, while Everton’s Merseyside rivals Liverpool have also been reportedly interested in Ayew in the past...More
Arsenal are lining up a £20m bid for Bayer Leverkusen central midfielder Christoph Kramer, who is currently on loan at Borussia Monchengladbach, the Daily Mail has reported.
The World Cup winner is one of several names linked with Arsenal as they search for a player who can add solidity to their midfield. Leverkusen are unwilling to sell, however, and are said to want at least £25m. They have also denied previous attempts from the Gu...More
Southampton are closing to securing a deal to sign Werder Bremen winger Eljero Elia for £4m when the transfer window opens in January, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 27-year-old has previously been linked with Merseyside duo Liverpool and Everton, but now looks set to move to the South coast and join compatriot Ronald Koeman, who is looking to add strength in depth to his squad as well as pace, with resources currently stretched....More
Milan are set to turn their attentions to signing Liverpool winger Suso in the January transfer window, with the Spaniard’s days at Anfield appearing to be numbered, according to the Daily Express.
The Serie A club are set to lose key striker Stephan El Shaarawy to Borussia Dortmund at the turn of the year, and they view Suso as a possible long-term replacement. His contract expires next summer, meaning that a pre-contract agreement ...More
According to BBC Sport, Tottenham have been fined £11,870 by UEFA following three pitch invasions during their Europa League win against Partizan Belgrade at White Hart Lane.
Tottenham issued an apology for the incident, and the men in question were arrested. Spurs went on to win the clash, but the delays irked both sets of players. The stunt in question was deemed to be an endurance test to see how long they could remain on the pitc...More
After losing 1-0 at home in their last Europa League group game against FK Krasnodar, Everton manager Roberto Martinez has admitted his team of youth players were nervous, reports BBC Sport.
The Toffees boss named a host of youngsters in their meeting against the Russian club, but they started poorly and went behind in the first-half following a goalkeeping positional error.
“I thought we saw young players with a lot of talent, but...More
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