According to the Daily Mirror, West Ham have submitted a bid worth £20 million to try and land Celtic star Moussa Dembele. As reported by the paper itself: “Mirror Sport understands that the Hammers will come close to breaking their transfer record in order to sign the French Under 21 international. The club hinted at
Liverpool are set to pinch Moussa Dembele from former-boss Brendan Rodgers. Glasgow Live are reporting that Jurgen Klopp will table a £20 million bid for the Celtic star. Eager to add firepower to an attack that builds the foundation of their title challenge, Klopp has sent scouts to watch Dembele several times. Salary boost
They like Moussa Dembele in the green and white half of Glasgow. All of his 13 goals have come in front of his own fans at Celtic Park, including a hat-trick in the Old Firm derby and 2 goals in the rollercoaster 3-3 draw with Manchester City in the Champions League. The French striker’s electric
With Arsenal’s Jamie Vardy pursuit put on hold at least until England crash out of the UEFA European Championship — or lift their maiden Euros title — the Gunners have turned their attention to Fulham striker Moussa Dembele, according to ESPN’s unnamed sources. Dembele’s current contract with the Craven Cottage club expires next month; he
“Lads it’s Tottenham” was Sir Alex Ferguson’s famous team-talk before Manchester United faced Spurs at home as was revealed by Roy Keane. “I thought please don’t go on about Tottenham, we all know what Tottenham is about, they are nice and tidy but we’ll f**king do them” said the Irishman two years ago during a
It has been a difficult start for Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal. His side is currently sitting second in the Premier League, but the team has been heavily criticised for their performances. To turn things around the Dutchman has admitted that they may dip into the January transfer market to make some new signings.
As there are just two days left of the transfer window, Daniel Levy is finally making his moves. Tottenham fans are used to this. The Media are used to this. Other chairmen are becoming used to it. It’s as if he sets himself a challenge of trying to do as many deals as possible in