Live Transfer Deadline Day Drama

By  Football Pulp - 31 August 2016

Transfer Window Closed

 

West Ham pulled a surprise, the Hammers signed a World Cup winner, Arbeola for free from Real Madrid.

 

 

We've got ourselves a World Cup winner… #WelcomeArbeloa #DeadlineDay ⚒

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David Luiz returns to Chelsea from PSG

 

 

Hull City have signed 6 players in last couple of days. Markus HenriksonDieumerci Mbokani and James Weir on Deadline Day.

 

Juan Cuadrado heading back to Juve

 

 

Chelsea have signed defender Marcos Alonso from Fiorentina for £23m

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Stoke is having a busy Deadline Day: Bruno Martins Indi joined on a season-long loan from Porto.

Done Deal: Gnabry from Arsenal to Werder Bremen

It’s Official! Samir Nasri has joined Sevilla on a season long loan deal from Manchester City. Good luck Nasri for his new challenge in La Liga.

Nasri joins Sevilla on loan

We don’t know what’s really going to happen in Jack Wilshere transfer saga as Roma currently are the strongest contenders to hook with the Englishmen. According to rumours surrounding, Roma and Wilshere have agreed the terms and its upto Arsenal now. Well, we can’t ignore Palace in the race as we understand the interest of Cherries in acquiring the next big thing, that’s what Wilshere was once regarded as.

Stoke City are having a busy day. They are inquiring about the former Everton striker, Steven Naismith currently in Glasgow but are keen to land Yann M'Vila from Rubin Kazan now. A pre-contract is already done and M’Vila is subjected to join in January but if Black Cats want their man urgently, they’ll need to pay extra £7m to the Russian side.

Official: Stoke City sign Wilfried Bony

Samir Nasri is very close on joining Spanish side, Sevilla on loan from Manchester City

Done deal as Lee Grant, the Derby goalkeeper has joined Stoke on loan till January.

Wilfred Bony is at Bet365 for medical ahead of his season long loan deal. Stoke’s pursuit of Saido Berahino is over?

Sudden shocker as Bournemouth is now leading the way in Jack Wilshere saga. Cherries were the early favorites. Any guesses where the special one will land?  

 

 

Rumors linking Isco with Tottenham are done and dusted as the move is not likely to happen.

Islam Slimani has received permission from the Algerian national team to leave the camp to undergo a medical at Leicester. The English champions are expected to land the Algerian for a reported £30m. 

DONE DEAL Gokhan Inler has joined the Turkish Champions, Besiktas from Leicester on a three-year deal.

The Gunners are in no mood to land any players today. However, Wilshere and Gnabry are set to leave. Serge Gnabry is expected to join Werder Bermen in few hours on a permanent transfer.

Roma are the surprise entrants in Jack Wilshere transfer. Will Arsenal allow the midfielder to join the Italian giants?

Swans are taking into consideration a move for the out-of-favor West Ham striker, Enner Valencia.  The Welsh side is keen on landing a loan deal for the striker to strengthen their squad.

 

Eliaquim Mangala is having a medical at Valencia and is expected to leave Manchester City. The defender was among the big money moves, joined City two years ago for a hefty £32m. 

Everton midfielder, James McCarthy is currently the talking point as Crystal Palace is leading the way to sign the Scottish. However, Celtic are also interested in signing the player on loan but the Merseyside club made it clear that they will not entertain any offers as of now.

Sunderland is expected to land Didi N’Dong as Black Cats president was in France yesterday to conclude the deal. If the deal is done it will eclipse their previous record breaking signing Asamoah Gyan. In the other news, the club is in constant search for a goalkeeper and their bid for John Ruddy was rejected yesterday.

PSG and Chelsea are negotiating the transfer fee for David Luiz.

Emmanuel Adebayor’s agent is negotiating the terms with Fulham

Newcastle will not accept anything less than the £30m asking price for Moussa Sissoko.

Updates on Mario Balotelli leaving Liverpool and joining Nice are yet to arrive.

 

So it’s confirmed, Joe Hart has joined Torino FC on loan.

 

Spurs have launched a £30 million bid for Moussa Sissoko and are likely to acquire the services of the Frenchmen from Newcastle.

The highly anticipated Dutch defender, Bruno Martins Indi has arrived at Stoke ahead of his loan move to the Premier League side from Porto. The move will make way for Philipp Wollscheid to join Wolfsburg. He is currently in Germany waiting for the green signal from the Porters.

West-Brom’s €18m bid for Keita Balde was rejected by Lazio. The Italian side is no mood to off-load the playmaker.

Keita Balde

 

The acquisition of Benteke and Remy has strengthened the squad but will Palace be able to get Wilshire on a season long loan deal to further boast their squad? Stay connected for further updates.

 

 

Is he leaving City today?

David Luiz return to Chelsea?

 

Busy day for Mike Phelan's Hull City yesterday. They managed to sign three players! Will Keane signed from Manchester United for an undisclosed fee. David Marshall goalkeeper signed from Cardiff City for an undisclosed fee and Ryan Mason from Tottenham Hotspur signed a three year deal with The Tigers.

 

 

31st August 2016, the day the transfer window enfolds and sums up the chance for premier league clubs to revamp their squads, realizing the new needs and challenge. A meager administrative tweak, the deadline day drama has turned into a full-blown drama in the recent years and is now nothing less than significant in footballing calendar. Nothing has changed this year as well because the broadcasters are waiting for the time to pump up their transmissions. So far, premier league clubs have spent $1 billion dollars in the transfer market and some big money moves are expected to occur later in the evening.

With plenty of time left, the premier league clubs have the chance to seal some late deals. We will keep you connected with all the new happenings in the transfer market. Stay connected.

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