Saturday, 14 July 2012

Transfer news and paper review - Saturday, 14 July.

We bring you the latest transfer news and paper reviews hot off the press.

Current Portuguese champions Porto have warned both Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United that if they want their star midfielder Joao Moutinho they must pay at least £30 million.
Full Story: Metro

Arsenal are hoping that Dutch striker Robin Van Persie will perform a Wayne Rooney style U-turn and stay with the North London side despite his stance over signing a new contract.
Full Story: Daily Mail

Manchester United are preparing to make a £10 million bid in order to secure England left-back Leighton Baines from Everton, however Everton value him at £15 million.
Full Story: Daily Mail

Carlos Tevez wishes to remain at Manchester City despite rumours linking him with last seasons Serie A runners-up AC Milan.
Full Story: Daily Express

Newcastle are hoping to tie up a deal to bring Lille right-back Mathieu Debuchy by the end of next week after having a £7 million bid for the French international accepted.
Full Story: Daily Mail

Newly relegated Blackburn and Wolves have both joined the race to sign Leeds striker Ross McCormack, as both clubs search for more firepower they may need to splash out £2.5 million to bring the Scot to their club.
Full Story: Daily Mirror

West Ham are near to securing a deal to bring Sochaux striker Modibo Maiga to Upton Park, the fee for the Mali international is believed to be in the region of £5 million.
Full Story: Daily Mail

Both Anton Ferdinand and John Terry could face serious charges from the FA after former England captain Terry was found not guilty yesterday of racially abusing QPR centre-half Anton Ferdinand.
Full Story: The Guardian

Former England manager and Russian manager candidate Fabio Cappelo was said to be 'very pleased' with John Terry being found not guilty over alledged racist abuse towards fellow countryman Anton Ferdinand.
Full Story: The Sun

Modibo Maiga playing for Mali.