Football Transfer Speculations and Highlights (26/07/13)

Chelsea are free to sign Khedira from Real Madrid for £15M according to ITV Sport.

Ian Ayre on Suarez - “It’s never been our intention to sell Luis. We’ve received 2 separate offers from Arsenal and rejected both”.
Liverpool chasing 19-year old Chelsea winger Lucas Piazon.

Norwich City:
Norwich City have signed Gary Hooper on a three-year deal after completing his medical yesterday.
Official - Norwich City have announced the signing of Ryan Tunnicliffe on loan from Manchester United until January.

West Ham United:
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce confirms that the club is in talks with Lille to sign former Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou.

Arsenal are back in the hunt for Adil Rami.
SSN - Fabregas has a £34.4M (€40M) release clause. The only team that can activate it is Arsenal.

Napoli have turned down a €5.5M bid from Juventus for wing-back Juan Zuniga, according to reports.

AC Milan:
Milan chief Adriano Galliani, “Benfica offered Ola John to us and we’re thinking about it’‘.

Sky Italia - Premier League club Fulham have made a bid of €12M for Roma’s Pablo Osvaldo.

Real Madrid:
Marca are reporting that Gareth Bale informed Daniel Levy to negotiate with Real Madrid, as he wants Champions League football.
Real Madrid are considering a move for Sevilla midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia if Sami Khedira leaves for Chelsea or Monaco.

Chelsea’s highly-rated young Brazilian right back Wallace is set for a loan to Portuguese giants Benfica according to reports.

Hull City:
Yannick Sagbo has passed his medical and signed a contract expected to be worth 2 years with Hull City. €3.8M inc. bonuses.

Manchester United:
Fabregas wants to join Manchester United according to DailyMail.

SpursOfficial - We’re delighted to confirm the signing of Nacer Chadli after the player agreed personal terms and completed his medical.

Fiorentina have been in contact with QPR over a possible more for Julio Cesar according to reports.

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