Lakenheath Old Boys

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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

All the Summer Transfer News

Guess what, lads? We're only a month away from the start of the Premiership season, which gets up and running on Saturday, August 16th. If you're as excited as I am about the beginning of the new season, you can keep up with the transfer news on Football 365's excellent site here:

So far the big moves are:

Alexis Sanchez to Arsenal for £35 million
Cesc Fabregas to Chelski for £30 million
Diego Costa to Chelski for £32 million
Adam Lallana to Liverpool for £25 million
Ander Herrera to United for £29 million
Luke Shaw to United for £27 million

So who's got the best deal so far? Your comments please, gentlemen.


Blogger manunitedrules said...

I think the best deals so far are Bacary Sagna from Arsenal to Citeh for free and Rickie Lambert to Liverpool for 4 million pounds. They will prove to be real bargains.
The other moves that caught my eye are :

Sideshow to PSG
Snoddy to Hull City
Emra Can to Liverpool
Joleon Lescott to West Brom
Ander Herrera to Man United
Buttner to Dinamo Moscow

These were not necessarily big moves, but key moves, IMHO. I noticed that there are a lot of decent free agents available for those bargain hunters. The pre-season matches should be starting any day.

10:07 PM  
Blogger manunitedrules said...

Liverpool just signed Lazar Markovic from Benfica for 20 Million Pounds and are trying to signing Alberto Moreno from Sevilla. Real are about to sign Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez

10:12 PM  
Blogger The Blue Devil said...

Trust Real to pick up the World Cup flashes in the pan. I can't really see either Kroos or J Rod getting into the first team with any regularity.

10:07 AM  
Blogger gooner71 said...

Citeh can have Sagna. We've got Debuchy now who also took his place for les Bleus, and Bakary isn't likely to step in front of Zabaleta any time soon. This way Bakary can afford many tubes of back-side salve from all the time he'll sit on the bench.

With Sanchez coming too and Theo back by late September, we're a center back, a strong midfielder and a back-up keeper from a season where we could really challenge.

3:37 PM  

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