Transfer Rumors

5 Clubs Thorgan Hazard Could Play For Very Soon

Thorgan Hazard has been a revelation for Borussia Mönchengladbach this season. The Belgian has scored 12 goals and assisted 12 in all competitions in Germany and has attracted suitors from across Europe.

Hazard left Chelsea on loan to Möchengladbach in 2015, where he would earn a permanent stay.

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The Return Of The Next Ibrahimovic: Sweden’s 19-Year-Old Phenom Is Lighting It Up

Hop into The18 time machine and travel back to Jan. 23, 2017, to see “Borussia Dortmund Beat Real Madrid To The Signing Of 17-Year-Old Swedish Phenom” Alexander Isak. After breaking through with AIK and scoring 10 goals during his debut Allsvenskan season, “the next Zlatan Ibrahimovic” made further waves by becoming Sweden’s youngest-ever international goalscorer. 

Ander Herrera Set For Manchester United Exit After Failing To Agree To New Contract

Ander Herrera has been a key player for Manchester United, especially under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær. From a fan, many believe Herrera is one of the most underrated players at Manchester United and in the Premier League. No matter what the fans think, Herrera is a proper team player and will be out of contract in the summer.

BREAKING: Usain Bolt Signs Three-Year Barça Deal As Luis Suarez Replacement

After eight hugely successful weeks on trial with Australia’s Central Coast Mariners, the secret was out: Usain Bolt is a raw talent, but the greatest sprinter of all time can also do work on the football pitch.

Apparently FC Barcelona saw enough to take a chance on the Jamaican, and the 32-year-old has now touched down at the Camp Nou on a three-year contract as the ideal longterm replacement for Luis Suárez.

Tata Martino Believes Chucky And Edson Álvarez Are Ready For Europe’s Biggest Clubs

Fresh off scoring an excellent goal in Mexico’s 3-1 friendly win over Chile last Friday, El Tri boss Gerardo “Tata” Martino is confident that now’s the time for Hirving “Chucky” Lozano to make a move to one of Europe’s bigger leagues.

Neymar Seeking To Extend PSG Contract While Real Madrid Prepares Outrageous Bid For Mbappé

This story is only going to dominate the entire summer transfer window from start to finish, so we might as well keep abreast of it now. We know that Real Madrid has its eyes on both Neymar and Kylian Mbappé, but which PSG star will ultimately makes his way to the Santiago Bernabéu?

The latest reports say that it won’t be Neymar.

Presently, it looks like Real will turn to Chelsea’s Eden Hazard — who only has one-year remaining on his current contract at Stamford Bridge, so the club might have to sell this summer — to remedy the left-hand side of the attack.

Milan Škriniar Wants How Much Exactly? Inter CB Drawing Big Interest

The bidding war for center back Milan Škriniar has officially gone berserk. 

While teams have been bidding on the defender for a few months now, his agent has come out with some numbers.

“Real Madrid and Barcelona both want (Škriniar); Manchester City offered €55 million but he’s worth €100 million,” Škriniar’s agent Mital Halis said.

The Disgruntled XI: A Starting Lineup Of Players Looking For Transfers

It’s a bit strange, but for the likes of Real Madrid, PSG, Atlético and Napoli, there’s not much to play for with two months remaining in the season. Maybe a Coupe de France here and a triggering of an Arsenal crisis there, but it’s really silly season time for the aforementioned giants of the European game. 

5 Potential Destinations For An Alexis Sanchez Loan Move

Alexis Sanchez, right now, is a disappointment, and that’s not up for debate.

Since signing for Manchester United, his performances have been inconsistent and for the most part poor. While he has contributed to some important goals for United, Sanchez still makes the Red Devils play like they have 10 men on the pitch. United’s recent injury crisis could have been Sanchez’s chance to prove himself, but yet again he has fallen short.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been rumored to want to offload the Chilean in the summer, as he’s racking up quite the wage bill in Manchester.

Wolves Will Reportedly Pay $46 Million To Sign Raúl Jiménez Permanently From Benfica

According to Portuguese media outlet Record, Wolverhampton has agreed to a deal with Benfica and Raúl Jiménez to sign the on-loan striker permanently in the summer.

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