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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Aug. 9, 2013
Zach Slaton, Forbes' soccer statistician, takes us through the reasons why Liverpool and Tottenham are unwilling to sell Luis Suarez and Gareth Bale, respectively, despite the exorbitant prices being tied to their names, and the players' insistence on leaving. While Liverpool seems to be holding out for $77 million+ for ... Read the whole story
Following talks with Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy in Florida, Real Madrid President Florentino Perez said he thinks $133.6 million is too much for Spurs winger Gareth Bale. In an interview with ESPN, Perez admitted that talks about bringing the Premier League's PFA Player of the Year last season to the ... Read the whole story
Spanish sports daily AS is reporting that Tottehham insists Real Madrid includes at least one player in a potential transfer for Gareth Bale. Initially, Spurs requested Alvaro Morata, but now the North London club has turned its attention to Jese Rodriguez after Real rejected Morata as a potential makeweight in ... Read the whole story
Arsenal on Friday drew Fenerbahce in the UEFA Champions League playoffs, even though the Turkish club is awaiting a final ruling from the Court of Arbitration for Sport over whether it will be allowed to enter the competition this season, after UEFA banned the club from competing in Europe after ... Read the whole story
Despite having had two bids for Wayne Rooney rejected so far, Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho is adamant that the Manchester United striker is his only remaining target in the European transfer market. Meanwhile, ESPN reports that Rooney has told potential suitors like Arsenal that he has his heart set on ... Read the whole story
New England Revolution striker Juan Agudelo has agreed to join Stoke City when his MLS contract expires in January, making him the fourth USA international to join the Premier League club, alongside Brek Shea, Geoff Cameron and Maurice Edu. Agudelo, who has been capped 17 times for the USA, scored ... Read the whole story
Ukrainian giant Shakhtar Donetsk on Thursday signed highly rated Brazilian youngster Bernard from Atletico Mineiro in a deal worth $33.5 million. The 20-year-old helped the Brazilian club win the Copa Libertadores last month and was also part of Brazil's Confederations Cup squad in June, where he made two appearances as ... Read the whole story
Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal has told Galatasaray midfielder Wesley Sneijder that he needs to regain his form and fitness before he will be recalled to the Dutch international squad. During an interview, van Gaal said he had not ruled out recalling the 29-year-old for the World Cup next year. Read the whole story


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