The Ditto Transfer Gossip


Well, today our transfer gossip is on as usual and we’ve got some gossip for you to chew on, we got you some transfer stuff from Arsenal and Manchester United, along with Manchester City

Jack Rodwell to sign for City?

The Daily Mail reports that Manchester City have now made Jack Rodwell one of their main targets for the summer and are aiming to steal him from right under Manchester United’s noses.

Manchester City’s guaranteed Champions League spot for next season has been made a new bargaining chip for the Eastlanders as they not only offer football with Europe’s elite, but also a lucrative contract.

Hernandez to extend Contract

Talking about contracts, Manchester United’s revelation of this season, Javier Hernandez, or otherwise known as ‘Chicharito’ or Little Pea, is set for a wage increase from his current £ 25,000 a week.

According to the Daily Mirror, Manchester United want to make sure that their exciting young striker will stay at Old Trafford for years to come.

Double.

Arsenal Chasing Free Agent

Well, the Gunners fans are asking for a top quality player to arrive in Arsenal for the summer, but instead it seems that Arsenal are more interested in chasing free agents. Well, see it for yourself.

Arsene Wenger is plotting a double raid on French club Lorient to launch his summer rebuilding plans. Arsenal have made an offer to midfielder Morgan Amalfitano – a free agent – and also fancies promising French €international striker Kevin Gameiro, 23.

The Mirror

Continuity.

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