Transfer Rumors

Barca Presidential Candidate: Pogba Will Not Come This Summer

The most sought after midfielder in the world, Paul Pogba, will not go to Barcelona this summer, according to former Barcelona President and current Barcelona presidential candidate Josep Maria Bartomeu.

"This year we will not sign Pogba because he is not part of our sporting plans,” Bartomeu told Marca

Brendan Rogers Is The Most Productive Premier League Manager

Liverpool squeaked by in sixth place at the end of the Premier League season, which secured them the last qualifying spot in the Europa League. Brendan Rodgers has walked a fine line with Liverpool’s Board of Directors of whether or not he will continue to lead the Red’s in the future. Fighting for his job is his number one priority, and with no more Luis Suarez and a limited Daniel Sturridge, Rodgers has a lot of goals to make up for. 

Could Paul Pogba Be Headed To Barcelona Next Summer?

Paul Pogba might be in the Blaugrana in two seasons. 

According to Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, representatives from Barcelona and Juventus sat down to lunch and hammered out a deal to transfer the 22-year-old midfielder from the Champions League runner-ups to the champs. 

Because Barcelona are under a trensfer ban, the move would take place next summer, Pogba commanding a fee of $112 million.

Ex-Liverpool Defender Warns Ramos Ahead Of Move To United

The buzz surrounding Sergio Ramos’ departure from Real Madrid has all signs pointing to him arriving at Old Trafford with Manchester United. The club’s back three or four, depending on van Gaal’s formation, has been criticized throughout the entire season with Marco Rojo, Chris Smalling, and Phil Jones stumbling to make a solid partnership during the year. 

Gervinho's Transfer Fell Through Because He Wanted A Helicopter

Give Gervinho credit for this: he's nothing if not ambitious.

According to Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, the former Arsenal attacker, while negotiating a move from Roma to United Arab Emirates-based club Al-Jazira, reportedly demanded a helicopter, a private beach, plane tickets to his home country the Ivory Coast, and accomodations (including tickets) for his family.

Ronaldinho And Samuel Eto'o Are Reuniting In Turkey

Look out world, or at least Turkey. Turkish club Antalyaspor has announced the signing of Barcelona and Brazil national team legend Ronaldinho, to be made official within the next few days. 

Did we mention that Antalyaspor already has Samuel Eto'o committed for next year? 

He also alluded to a third big-name signing, so let the speculation begin. We think it'll either be Didier Drogba, or someone who played with Ronaldinho and Eto'o at Barcelona, like Carles Puyol or Rafa Marquez. 

American Defender DeAndre Yedlin Will Grow In England

When DeAndre Yedlin was transferred to Tottenham Hotspur in 2014, it was music to Jurgen Klinsmann’s ears as he finally began to see more American national players move to Europe. As the MLS continues to grow and develop into an elite league, it becomes very important for players on Klinsmann’s current roster to play big European matches. 

Chicharito Might Be Back In Madrid Next Season, But Not For Los Blancos

The highlight of Chicharito's Real Madrid career has to be the goal he scored against city-rivals Atletico Madrid during the second leg of the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League.

That strike in the 88th minute took Real Madrid to the semifinal against Juventus. Thanks to the hard work of their Mexican forward, Los Blancos had finally defeated their tough as nails hometown rivals.

With that strike, Chicharito had proven himself an asset to Real Madrid’s season, a season that saw him for the most part banished to the bench.

3 Undervalued Transfer Targets Overshadowed By Paul Pogba

The summer transfer market has become clouded by news of Paul Pogba, David de Gea and Ilkay Gundogan as every club across the world vies for their signatures. But, while the deep pockets of Manchester City, Real Madrid, and Bayern Munich could help them land one of these superstars, it's likely that your club will come up a little short. Fear not: there are other top class players who are (lucky for you) overshadowed by the mass media feeding frenzy around the top players. 

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