Premier League Transfer News — 15 July 2013

Kuzmanovic-Inter1West Ham are being linked with a £5million move for Internazionale attacking midfielder Zdravko Kuzmanovic.

The Serbian international only joined the Nerazzurri in January from Stuttgart, but he is believed to be unsettled in Milan.

European champions Bayern Munich have confirmed that they have agreed a £21.6million fee with Barcelona for Italian-born Spanish international Thiago Alcantara.

Manchester United were believed to be chasing the playmaker, but it looks like the German giants will win the race for his signature.

According to the Guardian, Arsenal are set to bid £35million for controversial Liverpool striker Luis Suarez. The Gunners are believed to have already had a bid of £30million turned down by the Reds. The side from north London are now expected to return with an improved bid.

The deal looks like an unlikely one though, as the Uruguayan international has stated his desire to leave England this summer.

Championship QPR are being linked with a move for former-Aston Villa centre-back Richard Dunne. The Republic of Ireland international was released by Villa this summer, after his contract at Villa Park expired.

Newcastle could be set to make a £6million move for Aston Villa striker Darren Bent. The England international striker has fallen out-of-favour in the Midlands and is expected to move on this summer.

Premier League newcomers Crystal Palace are chasing Spain’s under-20 captain Jose Campana for a fee of £1.7million. The youngster currently plays for La Liga side Sevilla and is highly-rated.

The Eagles are on the verge of removing Peter Odemwingie from his West Brom hell. Odemwingie has fallen out-of-favour since January, when he drove to QPR on deadline day without the permission of the Baggies.

French giants PSG are being linked with a big money move for Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic this summer. The Blues are unlikely to sell the Serbia international though.

Will Manchester United regret not signing Thiago?


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