Premier League Transfer News — 30 June 2013

Gino Peruzzi is in talks over a move to SunderlandSunderland are in talks with Argentinian club Velez Sarsfield over the prospective signing of highly-rated young full-back Gino Peruzzi.

The 21-year-old has been tracked by a number of European clubs and is believed to be excited by a move to the English top flight.

Wolves winger Bakary Sako has revealed that he wishes to talk to Premier League Fulham about a move to Craven Cottage.

Sako won the Player of the Year award at Molineux last season and is expecting to exit the club this summer.

According to his agent, Yossi Benayoun could be on the move to West Brom this summer. The Israeli playmaker was released by Chelsea this summer, after three years at Stamford Bridge. The 33-year-old has also previously played for Arsenal and Liverpool.

Swansea have completed the signing of 17-year-old Croatian keeper Gregor Zabret from NK Domzale for an undisclosed fee. The youngster told Sky Sports that he turned down offers from West Brom and Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon to move to the Liberty Stadium.

Former-Liverpool youngster Danny Wilson has joined Hearts on a permanent deal, after his contract with the Reds expired. The SPL club are currently in the midst of a transfer embargo, due to going into administration. However, Wilson was previously registered with the Jambos, after spending time on-loan at Tynecastle last season.

Reports in a number of British newspapers are suggesting that Manchester City could be about to sign Benfica striker Oscar Cardozo for a fee in the region of £20million. Cardozo has been the scourge of English clubs in the Europa League, scoring an impressive 10 goals against English teams in the competition.

The Sunday Mirror reports, that Arsenal have made a £20million bid to sign Manchester United’s wantaway striker Wayne Rooney this summer.  The England striker has also been linked with a move to Spanish giants Barcelona.

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