Premier League Transfer News — 08 July 2013

Luis-Suarez-Liverpool-FC--007Arsenal have had a £30million bid turned down for Liverpool’s wantaway striker Luis Suarez.

The striker has repeatedly expressed his desire to leave Anfield. However, the Uruguayan wants to move abroad away from the glare of the British media.

Burnley striker Charlie Austin is understood to be having a medical at Premier League newcomers Hull City ahead of a move. A fee is yet to be disclosed, but the former-Swindon striker has just 12 months left on his contract at Turf Moor.

Swansea are close to sealing a £13.7million deal for Vitesse Arnhem striker Wilfried Bony. The move had been mooted for a while, but the Swans could not agree a fee until now. The Welsh club are in Holland on pre-season training.

Championship Wigan have now agreed a fee with Norwich for striker Grant Holt. The 32-year-old is now expected in the North West to have a medical and discuss personal terms with the Latics. Holt scored eight goals in the Premier League last season.

Across the channel, and French giants PSG are locked in talks with Napoli over the signing of Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani. The two clubs are trying to thrash out a deal for the highly-rated striker.

In Germany Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp has revealed that he believes that star striker Robert Lewandowski will join arch-rivals Bayern Munich next summer. The Polish international striker had been linked with big money moves to the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea this summer.


Lewandowski was one of the stars of Dortmund’s run to last seasons Champions League final, memorable scoring four goals against Real Madrid in the competitions semi-final first leg victory.


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