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Arsenal to pay £25m for Balotelli and ask for either Tom Cleverley or Chris Smalling. And Rodriguez for Reds...

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bungle1976 (Manchester United) says...

@Hump3... Nice !!! Took a second or two to work that out, and only got it because a work colleague told me this morning that David Jason did the voiceover... Good work fella... :-)

Posted 1:32pm 17th June 2014

Fuzzy_Dunlop (West Bromwich Albion) says...

Lex Immers is a fantastic name.

Posted 1:25pm 17th June 2014

jimmyjazz (Liverpool) says...

Who are these people worth 20m I've never heard of? Although I did see a stat from the ridiculous whoscored.com that said he has created the most clear chances at the world cup with...two. Only 10m per clear chance.

Posted 12:48pm 17th June 2014

highsociety (Liverpool) says...

Prefer Rodriguez over Moreno anyway. Too bad I don't believe a word. Since the Moreno deal hit the rocks just yesterday Liverpool were linked with Rodriguez,Blind,and Rojo instead. Pretty much the papers don't know anything. Must be the easiest job in the world just to make up stupid transfer rumors.

Posted 12:47pm 17th June 2014

damoceltic (Celtic) says...

"Cardiff are ready to pay £9 million to re-sign striker Ross McCormack" - Did they not get relegated to the Championship? Parachute payments, yada yada but this cannot be right, surely. This depresses me, ha ha!

Posted 12:46pm 17th June 2014

keano81 (Manchester United) says...

United lose 2 experienced injury prone CBs and replace them with another injury prone CB makes perfect sense.

Posted 12:43pm 17th June 2014

thejez01 (Arsenal) says...

Wenger has indeed put forward a Vermaelen "swap" proposal to Man Utd for an unwanted player of theirs. The name he actually wants is Felliani, not the Dooze Brothers. Wenger's been knocked back by Javi Martinez and the Bender Bros for Arteta's replacement in the holding midfielder role so the afro on a pole is his next port of call.

Posted 12:30pm 17th June 2014

hump3. (Ipswich Town) says...

I read that Felix Magath is making a return to the CBBC channel. We truly missed out on Magath versus Avram Grant I think. David Jason commentating, what a reminiscence that would have been.

Posted 12:01pm 17th June 2014

nickyb says...

Would love to see Balo give Wenger a slap.

Posted 11:57am 17th June 2014

masmaz (Arsenal) says...

Would be very happy with all 3 of those signings. Obviously Balotelli is a dream and won't happen but Smalling would be great. He is going to be a very good defender if he can stay healthy. Utd can keep the Aussie rules footballer Jones. Utd won't get rid of such a good prospect tho.

Posted 11:44am 17th June 2014

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