Transfer rumours and paper review – Monday, July 6

first_imgHere are the latest transfer rumours from Monday’s newspapers and beyond….Raheem Sterling will have to report for pre-season training with Liverpool on Monday, but the Reds are expecting a third bid from Manchester City for the wantaway winger this week. (The Independent)And the Reds flyer could be in line for a £4?million cut of his agent’s fee if Manuel Pellegrini’s side meet Liverpool’s £50?million asking price for the England striker. (Daily Telegraph)Manchester United are reportedly considering hijacking Chelsea’s move for Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic. (Daily Mirror)The Red Devils have also launched a 35 million euro (£25m) bid for Galatasaray keeper Fernando Muslera, 29. (Vatan – in Turkish)Arsenal have made initial contact with Pedro’s representatives over a move for the Barcelona winger, according to reports in Spain. (The Independent)The Gunners have also been given the green light to sign Arturo Vidal with Juventus willing to sell him, according to reports. (Metro)Doubts over a long-standing shoulder injury mean Newcastle United are only prepared to pay £12million for Queens Park Rangers frontman Charlie Austin. (Daily Mail)While Eddie Howe is ready to smash Bournemouth’s transfer record to land the Rs striker. The Cherries boss will pay £14million for Austin, 25, who fired 18 Premier League goals in his debut top-flight season. (The Sun)Tottenham are reportedly considering swapping club flop Erik Lamela for Juventus striker Fernando Llorente. (Metro)Spurs must pay £18million if they want to sign winger Yannick Ferreira Carrasco from Monaco. (Daily Star)Newcastle United are closing in on their first signing of the summer after PSV Eindhoven left Georginio Wijnaldum out of their squad for a pre-season friendly in anticipation of the Holland international completing a move to Tyneside. (Daily Telegraph)Brendan Rodgers will this week match the £32.5million buy-out clause in Christian Benteke’s Aston Villa contract to continue his summer spending spree, just as talkSPORT told you earlier this month. (Daily Express)last_img read more