Thursday, 11 July 2013

Transfers Part One

The transfer window hasn't quite hit full pace yet with some of the big four waiting for the other to blink first and with the striker merry-go round lurking round the corner, some are waiting for the right man to pop up or if they might already have the right man at the club already.

Some of the deals so far that catch my eye are:

Andreas Cornelius - Copenhagen to Cardiff, smashing their transfer record for a 20 year-old is a gamble for the Premier League new boys.

Andre Schurrle - Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea fresh off the German production line, he is Jose first major signing upon his return.

Dwight Gayle - Peterborough to Palace £8.5 million shelled out on a man who has not played top flight football with no Zaha & Murray he will have to hit the ground running.

Simon Mignolet - Sunderland to Liverpool he had a very good season in a average Sunderland side the Belgium will want to play game in a World Cup year and I think Reina's replacement.

Fernandinho - Shakhtar to Man City the Brazilian midfielder comes with a heavy price tag but is the steal City missed in the middle of the park last season.

Nathan Redmond - Birmingham to Norwich they have quietly gone about their business this summer, but signing the young Englishman is a good move by the canaries.

Dejan Lovren - Lyon to Southampton the young Croatian defender comes from the French league and is highly rated, the Saints had a few shocking defensive moments last year so he will probably be a regular.

Wilfred Bony - Vitesse Arnhem to Swansea another club smashing their transfer record, scored goals with ease in Holland can he do it in England?

Paulinho - Corinthians to Tottenham probably the most exciting player to be coming to the league so far, Spurs landing him show serious intent for next year.

Andy Carroll- Liverpool to West Ham after a successful loan deal he made the move permanent a World Cup year will also be an incentive for him.

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