Sunday, 7 December 2014

Montoya to Liverpool FC? Man Utd new signings? Fekir to Arsenal FC?

Martin Montoya (L) (credit: Alex Caparros/Getty Images)
- Martin Montoya, who has been linked with a move to Liverpool, is "100 per cent certain" to leave Barcelona in the January transfer window, according to the defender's agent.

"Montoya will be moving on in January – I’m 100% certain," Juan de Dios Carrasco was quoted as telling Radio Marca.

"At the moment we are studying which would be the best club for Martín so that he can continue his development as a player.

"Clubs in Germany, England and Italy have been in contact with a view to signing him.

"Luis Enrique has told him that he will find it difficult to dislodge Dani Alves and Douglas. Within the system, there’s just no place for him; he had thought that he might win the right-back slot from Alves."

- Montoya could join Liverpool as a replacement for Glen Johnson in January, according to the Daily Mirror.

- Manchester United are set to ship out three unwanted players in January to help finance a 'monster £200m assault' on the transfer market, according to the Daily Star.

- Manchester United are prepared to spend another £100m next summer, according to The Independent.

- But Louis van Gaal has dismissed reports claiming Manchester United will hand him another huge budget for more new players.

"I think it's disgusting always writing about numbers," he said.

"I don't think (executive vice-chairman) Ed Woodward said anything about it and nor have I. It is disrespectful to my players and I don't like to talk about it. I have to work with the selection I have and I have respect for that. I believe in players, so that is my answer.

"I don't think money is the question in this. When Manchester United comes, the club are always asking for more money because we are Manchester United. Maybe you recognise that when I'm saying it.

"Do you think Southampton are paying too much for their players? I don't think so - because it's Southampton. There is always a relationship between Real Madrid and United and teams like Aston Villa and Southampton.

"Do you know how many players we lost? Never have you said that. Never have I read that in the media. We have lost more players."

- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is weighing up a move for Lyon midfielder Nabil Fekir, according to Metro.

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