Eupen's 20 year old wonderkid Henry Onyekuru has snubbed West Ham and Arsenal and has joined Everton.
The Nigeria international scored 24 goals and registered 9 assists in 41 games last season which is an amazing feat considering he was in an underperforming team. Definitely one for the future and lucky for Everton fans they're future. Comment your thoughts below! Should he of joined another club? Did he make the correct choice? #transfers#transfernews#football#onyekuru#everton#premierleague#epl#westham#arsenal#onetowatch#risingstar
Nemanja Matic semble bien parti pour devenir notre deuxième recrue de l'été. À 28ans, il sort d'une saison réussie et Mourinho n'a jamais caché son désir de rapatrier son ancien joueur. Qu'en pensez-vous?
Nemanja Matic looks set to become our second transfert of the summer. At 28 years old, he emerges from a successful season and Mourinho has never hidden his desire to repatriate his former player. What do you think?
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Liverpool’s determination to sign Naby Keita is being met with difficulty as RB Leipzig have been unyielding in discussions regarding the sale of the all-action midfielder, according to Goal.com.
The 22-year-old, who has received proposals beyond the Anfield club’s interest, is open to leaving the Red Bull Arena this summer to fulfil the career trajectory he has envisioned.
Liverpool have been prepared to smash their highest spend and offer in the region of £50 million to secure Keita, whom the Reds boss believes is among the very best in the world in the centre of the park.
However, Leipzig - in a powerful financial and sporting position - want to build around the dynamo and are adamant in advancing their ambitions.
The No. 6, who is equally adept at operating in a box-to-role role or as a playmaker, would not actively seek an exit from Leipzig.
He does, however, want to explore the options he has this summer and take the next step in his career if he decides so.
It is understood that if Leipzig became resigned to losing Keita, they could potentially be enticed if Liverpool smashed the Bundesliga record for a transfer.
Money does not appeal to them, but having that bit of history might appeal while also will confirm their reputation as hardline negotiators.
The resolve of both the Bundesliga outfit and Liverpool will be tested over Keita in what could become an exhausting exercise.
Odds cut on #BrittAssombalonga @brittofficials returning to #WatfordFC from #NottinghamForest
The Nottingham #Forest striker began his career at #Watford
Odds on Britt #Assombalonga returning to Watford from Nottingham Forest have been cut to 7/1 by bookmaker Skybet
#TheHornets were previously low down the list of likely destinations for the striker, but have since risen to second favourites behind Middlesbrough [11/8]
Assombalonga began his career at #VicarageRoad , but left for Peterborough United in 2013 and was sold to Nottingham Forest a year later for around £5.5 million
Though his City Ground career has been plagued by injuries so far, the 24-year-old has still managed to score 30 goals in 69 Reds appearances - prompting reports of interest from Middlesbrough, Burnley and Huddersfield Town in recent weeks
And while #WFC are yet to be formally linked with a move for the DR Congo-born star, they could be in the market for attacking reinforcements having seen January loan signing M'Baye Niang return to AC Milan
The #Hornets have already dipped their toes in the Football League pool this summer, landing Will Hughes from Forest's local rivals Derby County
It has been reported that Forest, who have already brought in Hibernian striker Jason Cummings this summer, are seeking double what they paid for Assombalonga
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21 year old @bertrandtraore10 has moved to @ol in a deal worth £16m 👀📝⚽️
@chelseafc have started to sell as they prepare for a potential spending spree on Tiemoue Bakayoko and Alex Sandro. ✅💷💷
After his great season at @afcajax , Chelsea have inserted a buy-back clause into the deal for their departing young star. Something they failed to do when they let Lukaku go...🔵👉🏼
Lesson learnt...? 😂
Fenerbache have reportedly opened talks with Everton to sign Kevin Mirallas on a loan, but the deal is not likely as Ronald Koeman sees him in his plans for next season, and signed a long term contract last month.
"Manchester City will pay the €1.5m (£1.3m) release clause of Barcelona centre-back Eric García (16) before Friday. Carles Puyol, the agent of Eric García, told Barcelona that he and García consider City's youth project better than Barça's. Eric García is a centre-back with characteristics similar to Gerard Piqué and will follow Jordi Mboula (Monaco) out of La Masia. City are signing Eric García on the express recommendation of Pep Guardiola, who sees a player of great potential." [Marca and Esport3 via City_Watch]
Eric’s career is managed by Puyol and De La Peña, who think he’s better off leaving, and Pep supports it, but La Masia’s doing great, eh? 😒 Now watch the Catalan press media attacking Puyol and Pep for “betraying” the club and many culés will fall for this bullshit.
La Masia is declining, transition to the first team is nonexistent, and yet, it’s Puyol’s fault for doing what’s best for his client. People just don’t get that promoting Barça B to the second division with a bunch of outsiders isn’t an achievement, but meaningless. La Masia is about developing players with Barça’s ideals, giving them chances at making it to the 1st team. Not playing in the 2nd division.
It’s hard to understand how some culés prefer to think Pep and Puyol want to hurt Barça while this board is literally destroying the club. This isn’t about pessimism, but looking at the symptoms and blaming the disease rather than looking for “feel good” excuses.