Transfers

Adrien Rabiot convinced he is still joining FC Barcelona

Le Parisien report this evening that PSG outcast and French international midfielder Adrien Rabiot remains convinced that he is joining FC Barcelona this summer on a free transfer. The Frenchman has not had a good start to 2019, he was … Read more »

Idrissa Gueye: “I was ready for PSG.”

Speaking in an exclusive interview with L’Équipe that comes out tomorrow, Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye reveals that he had everything set to move to Ligue 1 leaders PSG last month. “It is a dream that sadly did not come true. Even … Read more »

OGC Nice President Ganaye on if Allan Saint-Maximin is allowed to leave: “No.”

Speaking in an interview with RMC, OGC Nice’s new president Gauthier Ganaye was asked about rumours linking French youth international winger Allan Saint-Maximin with AC Milan. “Absolutely nothing has been agreed inside the club and even less so accepted. The players … Read more »

Nantes intend to lodge a complaint to FIFA as Cardiff City continue to withhold payments for Emiliano Sala

20 Minutes report that Ligue 1 side Nantes intend to lodge a formal complaint to FIFA if Cardiff City continue to withhold transfer payments due for Argentine striker Emiliano Sala, who was officially pronounced dead last night. The first instalment, … Read more »

AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas weighs in on Eden Hazard’s future: “I think he’ll sign a new deal with Chelsea.”

Speaking in an interview with Cadena SER, AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas was asked about the future of Belgian international winger Eden Hazard. “I do not know what he will do. I know he loves Real Madrid… He is 28 and … Read more »

Yacine Adli justifies his departure from PSG to Bordeaux: “I don’t regret anything.”

Speaking in an interview with Le Parisien, 18-year-old French youth international midfielder Yacine Adli discussed his deadline day, shock transfer from PSG to Bordeaux. “My transfer happened a bit quickly, but there were no problems with PSG. I want to thank … Read more »
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