Uncategorized — 28 July 2013

Gareth-Bale-1859031Sunderland midfielder Alfred N’Diaye has been loaned out to Turkish Eskisehirspor on a season-long loan deal.

The Senegal midfielder only arrived at the Stadium of Light in January for a fee of around £3.8million, but struggled to adapt to the English top-flight.

According to the Daily Mail, Tottenham star Gareth Bale is said to be distraught over Spurs rejection of a world record £86.3million bid for his services from Real Madrid. The 24-year-old is believed to see a move to Real as a dream one.

However, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has refused to listen to any offers for the Welshman, despite Los Blancos offering the world record fee.

Another Spanish club Barcelona are interested in signing a Premier League star. The Catalan giants are believed to be ready to bid £25million for Brazilian international defender David Luiz.

Luiz’s future at Stamford Bridge has been in doubt since Jose Mourinho’s arrival at the club. However, the Portuguese boss has stated he is not for sale.

The Spanish champions are also chasing young Manchester City midfielder Denis Suarez, who joined City from Celta Vigo for £3.5million two years ago. The youngster has struggled to break into City’s star-studded team.

Suarez impressed during the recent under-20 World Cup, but is not expected to be in Manuel Pellegrini’s plans for next season.

Arsenal are again being linked with a move for Atletico Mineiro wonderkid Bernard, after his father told a Brazilian paper that there was interest from the Gunners in his sons services. However, he also revealed that Porto are also interested in signing the highly-rated midfielder.

Costa Rican striker Joel Campbell has been sent to Olympiakos on a season-long loan deal. The young striker has yet to make his mark at the Emirates Stadium. Campbell has enjoyed a number of loan spells away from the club though.

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