Premier League Transfer News — 29 June 2013

Mark Marin has joined sevilla on a season-long loanOut-of-favour Chelsea winger Marko Marin has moved to La Liga side Sevilla on-loan for next season.

The Germany international has hardly featured since moving to Stamford Bridge from Werder Bremen last summer.

Marin moves to Sevilla and will most likely fill the void left by Spanish winger Jesus Navas, who left the Andalusian’s to join Manchester City earlier this summer.

Swansea have agreed a deal to keep Holland international midfielder Jonathan de Guzman at the Liberty Stadium for next season. De Guzman was a massive success when he spent last season on a season long loan in Wales.

The deal happens despite De Guzman’s parent club Villarreal regaining their top-flight status for next season.

Stoke City have completed the £3million signing of another Dutch international in Erik Pieters. The defender arrives from Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven, after signing a four-year-deal at the Britannia Stadium.

Another PSV player that could be swapping the Eredivisie for the Premier League is Ola Toivonen, who is according to the Dutch club close to signing for Norwich in a deal worth just under £4million. The 26-year-old Finland international has just a year left on his PSV contract.

Premier League newcomers Hull have completed the permanent signing of Ahmed Elmohamedy from Sunderland for an undisclosed fee. The 25-year-old helped the Tigers gain promotion to the top-flight while on-loan last season and has now made the deal permanent.

The club from Humberside are also believed to be interested in signing Burnley goal machine Charlie Austin. Austin is in-demand, but it looks like Hull have moved to the front of the queue for the former-Swindon striker.

Elsewhere in Europe, Fiorentina have expressed their desire to bring Bayern Munich forward Mario Gomez to Italy. However, according to Sky Sports Manchester City are also interested in acquiring the German internationals services for next season.

Will Charlie Austin be playing in the Premier League next season?


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