Monday, 29 September 2014

Coleman to Chelsea FC? Benzema to Liverpool FC? Alcacer to Tottenham?


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Seamus Coleman (C) (credit: Jan Kruger/Getty Images)
- Chelsea want Everton’s Seamus Coleman to be their next No 1 right-back, according to The Sun.

Chelsea striker Loic Remy has said Liverpool pulled out of a deal to sign him because of medical concerns about his heart.

"I came for the medical tests and everything was fine and after that they wanted to be sure everything was fine with my heart," he told the Daily Star.

"They asked for a specialist for the heart and apparently the guy said they did not 100 per cent agree if I could keep going or had to stop football.

"I didn't understand because they knew before I came. I just told my agent if it is not happening it is because it is not for me.

"Now I am much better here at Chelsea, I'm very happy to be here and that's why I say everything happens for a reason.

"There are a lot of players with the same case as me. I don't know why the people think it is a big thing that can stop me playing football. I was more confused by Liverpool saying that I had medical problem because it is not fair.

"I have seen the best specialist in London and he has told me I can still play so it was not good from them. Even if they don't want to sign me, okay, but they don't have to put that in the newspapers because, then, all the other clubs after are afraid."

- Liverpool are already pushing to sign Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema in January, according to Metro.

- Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool have been boosted by the news Marco Reus will not renew his contract at Borussia Dortmund, according to the Daily Star Sunday.

- Tottenham are watching Valencia forward Paco Alcacer, according to the Sunday Mirror.

- Liverpool are ready to open contract talks with Raheem Sterling, according to The Sun.

- West Ham will put Andy Carroll up for sale in January, according to the Mail on Sunday.

- Arsenal are lining up a bid for Malaga star Vitorino Antunes, according to the Sunday Express.
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