Tevez transfer saga takes fresh twist
Carlos Tevez deal with Corinthians may not go through after all
The Carlos Tevez transfer saga has taken another twist this afternoon after Corinthians claimed no concrete deal has been finalised.
Carlos Tevez looked set to leave Manchester City after Roberto Mancini said an offer had been accepted from the Brazilian club over the weekend.
But a statement released by the Corinthians says they are currently reviewing a counter-proposal from City that changed the conditions of the transfer.
Arsene Wenger wants to resolve the future of Cesc Fabregas this week, saying he hoped that the matter would be settled “in our favour”.
Barcelona have made no secret of their desire to bring Fabregas back to the Nou Camp, but as of yet refuse to meet Arsenal’s asking price.
Andre Villas-Boas says that Chelsea’s new £8m Belgian goalkeeper Thibeut Courtois will not be his last signing of the summer.
The Chelsea manager said it was “obvious” he would look to strengthen his squad, but stressed there would not be any radical changes.
Arsenal have officially announced the signing of Ivory Coast striker Gervinho. The striker fired Lille to the Ligue 1 title last season.
With Carlos Tevez set to leave Manchester City, Roberto Mancini is keen to sign Athletico Madrid’s Sergio Aguero as a replacement.
Tottenham Hotspur are said to be in talks with Roma’s Mirko Vucinic as Harry Redknapp looks to make his first signing of the summer.
Liverpool owner John Henry believes Alberto Aquilani and David Ngog have a future at Anfield as Kenny Dalglish looks to trim his squad.
Elsewhere, Newcastle want Daniel Sturridge on loan, West Brom could move for Owen Hargreaves, and Liverpool are set to bid for Aly Cissokho.