Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has praised the signings made by the Eagles this summer, admitting that he hopes they have found value in an inflated transfer market. Alan Pardew has brought in three players to improve his squad, goalkeeper Steve Mandanda, defender James Tomkins and winger Andros Townsend. All three signings fix a problem
Newcastle have announced the signing of Mo Diame from Hull City for an undisclosed fee. The Senegalese midfielder, 29, has signed on a three-year deal, becoming the ninth arrival at St James’ Park this summer, and the second today following the signing of Aston Villa defender Ciaran Clark. Since signing for Wigan in 2009, Diame has
QPR: The Hoops are keen on Liverpool’s Luis Alberto, the Liverpool Echo claim Reading: Japp Stam admits he can’t guarantee Danny Williams, Chris Gunter and Oliver Norwood will stay at the club this summer. “Hopefully they are going to be staying,” he said. “But you never know what happens in football. It’s difficult.” Rotherham: Former
Carlos Tevez claims to have turned his back on a move to Chelsea in favour of staying in Argentina with Boca Juniors. The 32-year-old is currently back in his homeland with Boca, but his future was called into question after they crashed out Copa Libertadores semi-finals at the hands of minnows Independiente del Valle.
Liverpool are reportedly close to securing a deal for Augsburg’s Ragnar Klavan as they look to address their defensive crisis. Reports claim that the Merseyside outfit have offered a fee in the region of £4.2million for the centre-back and the deal should be completed this week.
Jurgen Klopp has been left short of options defensively
Adam McDonnell was unable to play for Ipswich until he was 18 because of Fifa regulations Ipswich Town youngster Adam McDonnell has signed a new two-year contract with the option of a further 12 months. The 19-year-old midfielder joined Town in 2014 from Shelbourne and made his first-team debut against Doncaster in the League Cup
The value of Neymar to Barcelona is clear after the 24-year-old agreed a new contract until 2021 with the club he joined three seasons ago from Santos. While Neymar came to the Camp Nou with a big reputation, he has only enhanced it since, with a UEFA Champions League winner’s medal in 2014/15 – the Brazilian
Owen Coyle has been in charge at Falkirk, St Johnstone, Burnley, Bolton, Wigan and Houston Dynamo Owen Coyle has asked for Blackburn fans to get behind the team after his appointment as Rovers manager. The 53-year-old Scot replaced Paul Lambert at Ewood Park on a two-year deal after he left his role with Major League
Vardy arrived in France yesterday with the rest of the England squad still agonising over a possible £20m switch to the Gunners. Arsenal have offered him a four-year deal worth £120,000 a week while champions Leicester can only stretch to £90,000 a week. Vardy, 29, is torn between moving to the Emirates or remaining loyal