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23rd Nov 2014

Coleman to Chelsea as LVG looks to dump Spanish midfielder in Sunday’s transfer gossip

Donegal man lined up to join Jose at Stamford Bridge

Kevin McGillicuddy

Coleman being targeted by Premier League leaders

It looks like Seamus Coleman could be a summer target for Chelsea.

The Republic of Ireland international, believed to be a target of Arsenal and Manchester United over the last number of years, is being heavily linked to a move to Stanford Bridge.

Coleman won’t come cheap though and it’s expected the right back would fetch a fee of at least €25 million in any switch.(Mail On Sunday)

Sunderland v Everton - Premier League

Brendan Rodgers is desperately trying to kickstart Liverpool’s season and he feels a young winger is just what the club need right now.

Norwich speedster Nathan Redmond is being linked with a move to Anfield as Rodgers attempts to pull a rabbit out of the hat in January like he did in 2013 with Philippe Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge.

The England Under-21 winger is set to cost £10 million and could put the future of Lazar Markovic in doubt, despite the Serb only arriving in the summer.(Daily Star)

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Norwich City - Sky Bet Championship

Manchester United are looking to move on midfielder Ander Herrera less than a year after signing the highly-rated Spanish play-maker.

It’s believed Louis van Gaal has seen enough to convince him that the club would be better off to cut their losses and are now looking at a possible swap deal with a man who is no stranger to these transfer gossip pages, Xherdan Shaqiri, moving to Old Trafford from Bayern Munich with £7 million also part of the deal.

Herrera’s signature was agreed under previous manager David Moyes but he has seen little action under Van Gaal this season (Express)

Leicester City v Manchester United - Premier League

High flying Southampton are looking to push on in 2015 and are lining up a swoop for Slovenia’s Kevin Kampl.

The midfielder, who’s currently plying his trade for one of Giovanni Trappatoni’s old sides, Red Bull Salzburg, has been linked with a number of Premier League clubs over the last 18 months, including Everton and Arsenal.

But it seems Ronald Koeman’s Saints are leading the race for his signature at a bargain £5million.

We hope he turns up for interviews on Sky and the BBC like he did last week after the game at Wembley, wearing a baseball cap with a rather interesting choice of words on it (Mirror)

 

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