Andreas Pereira, dinamismo para la medular nazarí https://t.co/nrmalhel7A #PereiraNazari pic.twitter.com/2ly6sZi6ms— Granada C.F. (@GranadaCdeF) August 26, 2016
Andreas Pereira, dinamismo para la medular nazarí https://t.co/nrmalhel7A #PereiraNazari pic.twitter.com/2ly6sZi6ms
In case you missed it, Jose Mourinho has let youngster Andreas Pereira join La Liga side Granada. Jose Mourinho had tons and tons of good thigs to say about him when he joined Manchester United, but apparently, there is no place for him in the squad.He said, “I love Pereira and I wish he could be in my squad but he isn’t, he will go to Granada to play".
Can confirm @HullCity have had bid accepted for Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall.— Jim White (@JimWhite) August 26, 2016
Can confirm @HullCity have had bid accepted for Cardiff goalkeeper David Marshall.
.. and Hull have made their first signing of the season.
Arsenal fans, take a deep breath, throw your hands up in the air and celebrate. Arsenal's Official Twitter account (Spanish one) has started following Lucas Pérez.The Sun's Antony Kastrinakis wrote yesterday, that Lucas might be another Theo Walcott or Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. I can assure you, he's better than that, he has to be, doesn't he?
Herr Klopp is getting a bit naughty here, apparently, he has put in a cheeky bid for Christian Pulisic of Dortmund. Now, we all know (at least the ones who watched the Copas) how much potential the 17-year-old winger has. The Mirror reports that the Merseysiders have gone with a big money bid to signal the intention of getting the deal done before the deadline day. The small matter of where he would fit into the Liverpool line-up is none of our concern actually, but well, for Milner's sake, we hope it's left back.
Ohh dear, Calum Chambers. All the promise, and then the big money transfer. It has all gone a bit downhill since then hasn't it? He seems to be ready to be shipped off to either of the newcomers Hull City or Middlesbrough. Considering, how thin Arsenal are at the back, that's a ballsy move from Uncle Arsene. Ahead of the weekend's game when asked about the long-term future of Chambers, the Arsenal manager said "Future? No. The fact that he could go out somewhere and play? Yes.". The new Carl Jenkinson then?