Saturday, 1 March 2014

Van Persie to Arsenal FC? Balotelli to Tottenham? AVB to FC Barcelona?


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Robin van Persie (credit: ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images)
- Arsene Wenger is looking at bringing Manchester United striker Robin van Persie back to Arsenal this summer, according toMetro citing reports in Holland.

- Van Persie's damning verdict of Manchester United in midweek has infuriated his team-mates, according to The Sun.

- Tottenham are preparing to offer unsettled winger Erik Lamela to AC Milan in a bid to beat north London rivals Arsenal to Mario Balotelli, according to the Daily Express.

- Diego Costa, who continues to be linked with the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea, does not want to leave the club this summer, Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has insisted.

- Alen Halilovic, who has been linked with Manchester United and Tottenham, has announced that he will leave Dinamo Zagreb and join Barcelona this summer.

- Ivan Rakitic, who throughout the January transfer window was linked with a move to Liverpool, insists he is ignoring the latest round of speculation about his future at Sevilla.

- Andre Villas-Boas has revealed that he is set to make his return to management this summer - and has set his sights set on the Barcelona job, according to the Daily Mail.

- Brendan Rodgers has told Pepe Reina that he is unlikely to return to Liverpool next season.

"He wrote a goodbye letter didn't he?" Rodgers said.

"Obviously Pepe made it very clear when he went to Napoli that he was looking to move because he penned a great big letter saying he was going to work with the best manager that he'd worked with (Rafael Benitez) and thanked him for his time for Liverpool.

"So, for me, it probably sounded like he'd made his decision there."

- Inter Milan are trying to do a deal for Tottenham misfit Etienne Capoue, according to the Daily Mirror.

- Nigel de Jong is not thinking about a return to the Premier League and wants to stay at AC Milan for the foreseeable future, according to the Daily Star.
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