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Gareth Bale – Premier League Match Day 24

Gareth Bale back in Premier League?

Again there are rumors that Real Madrid Superstar Gareth Bale is thinking about returning to the Premier League. Having already named Tottenham Hotspurs, but obviously Manchester United are also interested. Gareth Bale played for Southampton and Tottenham in England’s top division from 2007 to 2013, ahead of his Spain involvement. The now 28-year-old Bale will almost certainly finish his career sometime in the Premier League, but the question is “when”.

There is only one small problem for Gareth Bale: Jose Mourinho. His former coach at Real Madrid is obviously not interested in a deal – contrary to the bosses at Manchester United. They are backing for a transfer of the Super Striker – a transfer fee of £84 million was called. What is also currently speaking against a transfer from Bale to Manchester United, top star Alexis Sanchez moved from Arsenal London to Old Trafford – in exchange with Henrikh Mkhitaryan. At least in the moment Gareth Bale must probably wait – perhaps even to a time after Jose Mourinho. It remains exciting …

Match Day 24 Premier League

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Saturday, 20th January – 13:30h

  • ⇒ Brighton Albion – Chelsea FC

Saturday, 13th January – 16:00h

  • ⇒ Arsenal FC – Crystal Palace
  • ⇒ AFC Bournemouth – West Ham United
  • ⇒ Stoke City – Huddersfild Town
  • ⇒ Leicester City – Watford FC
  • ⇒ Everton FC –  West Bromwich
  • ⇒ Burnley FC – Manchester United

Saturday, 13th January – 18:30h

  • ⇒ Manchester City – Newcastle United

Sunday, 21th January – 17:00h

  • ⇒ Southampton FC – Tottenham Hotspurs

Monday, 22th January – 21:00h

  • ⇒ Swansea City – Liverpool

More Premier League News and Rumors

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang leaves Borussia Dortmund – no one has any doubts about that. The new hot address is called Arsenal London, that seems to be safe. But where is the problem? For one, Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund are not yet agreed regarding the transfer fee and probably also the high salary demands of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. On the other hand, after the sale of Alexis Sanchez to Manchester United, Arsenal London is also under pressure and will probably announce a transfer in the next few days.

Another highly sought-after player has extended his contract to Manchester City: midfield star Fernandinho. He has signed a new contract dated to 2020. This was announced by the Skyblues on Friday afternoon. “This is a club with a fantastic future and I want to be there for as long as possible,” said Fernandinho, who moved to Manchester from Shakhtar Donetsk in 2013. The 32-year-old belongs to the regular staff under Pep Guardiola. From 23 league matches he was 22 times in the starting lineup.

This player will definitely not move to the Premier League: Malcom Oliveira, known as Malcom, the Brazilian footballer who plays as a forward for Girondins Bordeaux. Arsenal is currently not ready to pay the 50 million euro transfer fee. In the summer, however, they want to continue negotiations and hopes to be able to commit the 20-year-old then. That will probably increase the chances of a certain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang …

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Premier League January Transfer Window

January transfer window: All the gossip

December is almost over, which means one thing – the January transfer window is set to open. January 1st 2018, will see the teams in the Premier League battling it out to get hold of top-rated footballers but it also gives them chance  to get rod of players who are struggling to do their job. Teams across the Premier League will be counting down the hours now, until they can buy, sell and loan players out once again. The transfer window is a difficult time to make big decisions, but the best players in this business will always find  a way to make themselves better and put in better performances. Transfer deadline day is a frantic and fascinating date in the football calendar, so let’s take a peek at what the rumors are, surrounding the teams in the Premier League.

Race is on

Premier League 2018 TransfersTottenham Hotspur are chasing fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon for £30m, this will see Ryan Sessengnon replace Manchester United target Danny Rose.

Rumour has it, that Iker Casillas is eyeing a transfer  to the Premier League in the January transfer window – but which team does  he have his eye on? According to our sources, the 36 year old has instructed his agent to move him to the Premier League, having not played for Real Madrid since October. The number 2 goalkeeper is not happy that he’s not been able to have a game for a good few months – and rightly so.

David Luis days at Chelsea seem to be numbered, after he  had a clash with Antonio Conte – the Chelsea manager. Chelsea want to see David Luis in January after the clash.

Eric Bailly’s of Manchester United, suffered an injury which will see Manchester United sensation Johnny Evans returning from West Bromwich Albion.

Christian Benteke could be set for a move to Everton, as Sam Allardyce is plotting to snatch him in the January transfer window.

Tug of war!

Arsenal London will certainly be the Premier League team to watch this January, what with Mesut Ozil and Alexs Sanchez entering into the final months of their contracts. It seems the Gunners have a battle on their hands for Thomas Lemar, as Chelsea and Liverpool booth want to seal a deal on him too. but who will he prefer to play for?

Another Arsenal player that is looking to leave the team this transfer window is Jack Wilshere – and it seems like Newcastle are set to sign the midfielder, ahead of the competition West Ham United.


It seems Jose Mourinho is after a 16-year old from Austria, having enquired about RB Salzburg teenager Ulrick Ella. Jose made the enquiry about the talented striker  on Sunday 17th December and are hoping to add the teen to their academy.

Liverpool are tirelessly searching for a new centre-back and have enquired about Lazio’s Stefan De Vrij. But, the team are searching for more talent to help them reach the top of the table this transfer window.

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