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Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Transfer Headlines - Isco, Nolito, England, berahino

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Transfer Headlines

MANCHESTER CITY AND ARSENAL - Real Madrid have told 24-year-old Isco that he will not be sold to any Premier League clubs this summer dashing the hopes of many including Manchester City and Arsenal. The offers Real Madrid were receiving were half the value they place on him so Zidane has decided not to sell him.

SOUTHAMPTON - The Saints look to be quick in spending their Sadio Mane cash with news they have made a move for 22-year-old Sadio Berahino. Crystal Palace, Watford, and Stoke City may be dismayed as Southampton can offer the European football they can't, which might help him get his career back on track. The former Tottenham target has options and you don't see him accepting a deal that may involve a relegation fight.

ENGLAND - Gareth Southgate (unfortunatly) looks as if he will be appointed the England interim coach while the FA look for a successor to Roy Hodgson with some suggestions they may even wait a year to appoint Arsene Wenger or Claudio Ranieri (Daily Express).

They are both media guesses, the Guardian guess at Brendan Rogers, so clearly nobody knows who the experienced coaches are they are going to sound out. Glenn Hoddle would be a far more sensible choice, but then the FA are not sensible people having appointed Roy 'Bungle' Hodgson simply to save money. Jamie Carrafher suggests Jurgen Klinsmann in the Daily Mail while Rio Ferdinand has expressed his desire to help his country in any way he can in the Daily Mirror.

MANCHESTER CITY - Pep Guardiola hopes to complete the £14.06-million (€17m - AUS$25.39m - US$18.82m) move from Celta Vigo of 29-year-old Spanish international striker Nolito who is travelling for a medical at City today.



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