Liverpool FC have confirmed via their official Twitter account that Dutch striker Dirk Kuyt has left the club and signed a three-year contract with Turkish club Fenerbahce. The move comes after Dirk Kuyt had limited opportunity in Liverpool’s campaign last season.
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Tottenham star Gareth Bale has taken time off to decide about his future, subject to Harry Redknapp’s tenure at the club. Reports claim that Bale might not stay at Spurs next season, with Manchester City keeping a close tab on the winger. Rumours suggest Harry Redknapp might not be manager at the club next year and this coupled with the non-qualification to the Champions League could provide even more impetus for Bale to move. Barcelona are also said to be monitoring the situation.
Nicolas Anelka could be headed back to the EPL after just a few months with wealthy Chinese giants Shanghai. Sources say that Anelka has not settled at his new club which pays him £250,000 a week; but is willing to come back to the EPL for a much lower salary after WEst Ham and Tottenham have revealed interest in the Frenchman.
Manchester City have emerged as potential employers of Newcastle’s central defender Fabio Coloccini in a bid to bolster their back line. Coloccini has signed a contract at Newcastle recently but a high salary and the temptation of Champions League football might lure the Argentine to the Etihad. The fee in question is said to be about £8 million which could be qutie a bargain.
Manchester clubs’ target Matts Hummels has signed a new contract with German champions Borussia Dortmund, hence ending all speculation about a transfer this summer. The deal is a long-term one and will keep the defender at the club till 2017.
English goalkeeper Robert Green has left West Ham and is now a free agent.