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Summer Transfer Window Update: The latest rumours
We’re nearing the end of June already and it hardly feels like any time has past since the Premier League concluded and Manchester City were crowned champions. Maybe it’s the fact that Euro 2012 has taken over and football fans are enjoying the feast of footballing action that’s taking place in Poland and Ukraine. Next, it’s the Olympic’s turn to provide us with yet more football, by which time we’re likely to have most of this summer’s transfers confirmed. The summer transfer window has been a bit quiet over the last week but transfer talk is still hitting the media every day and the latest rumours to report are as follows:
Newly promoted Southampton are considering a cut price £2million bid for Glasgow Rangers midfielder Steve Davis. Ranger’s problems north of the border with administrators means they’ll be looking to cash in on their star players and 27 year old Davis is at the top the the Saints transfer shopping list.
Mark Hughes has snapped up three free agents. Ryan Nelsen, Andrew Johnson and Robert Green have all signed for QPR this week and the capture of three experience Premier League players could strengthen QPR’s chances of surviving the 2012 / 13 campaign.
Hulk still wants to move to Chelsea – this one’s getting even more boring than the Eden Hazard transfer saga!
The Daily Mail reports that Jose Mourinho has told Real Madrid to go ahead with a £30million bid for Tottenham’s wantaway midfielder Luka Modric. Modric had a bright Euro 2012 campaign but with Croatia failing to reach the knock out stages, he’ll now return to Spurs to sort his future out once and for all. Modric is also a long term target of Manchester United and more rumours surrounding a move to Old Trafford are likely to hit the media this week.
Brendan Rodgers has been targeting former Barcelona forward Bojan Krkic since he was appointed as the new boss at Anfield, however Krkic who currently plays for Italian club Roma, has stated that his future remains in Serie A for the time being, meaning Liverpool will have to press ahead with other transfer targets. For the full article, visit talkSPORT‘s website.