European Transfer Talk: Featuring Muslera, Anelka and Eriksen

Christian Eriksen playing for Denmark at Euro 2012

Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham targets feature.

Galatasaray goalkeeper Fernando Muslera is not likely to sign for Barcelona this summer according to his agent; as he believes the club have already sealed a move for Valencia stopper Vicente Guatia. The Uruguayan stopper has been strongly linked as a replacement for Victor Valdes who is looking to leave the Catalan club.

Former Chelsea youngster Michael Mancienne has been linked with a surprise move to Russian Premier League outfit Anzhi Makhachkala. The former England under-21 international is currently at German outfit Hamburg SV and has impressed in recent months in the Bundesliga. He is being touted as a possible replacement for Chris Samba; now with QPR.

Marseille are on the verge of signing Ivorian prospect Bobley Anderson from Moroccan club WAC Casablanca. He has been one of the revelations of African football this season and could move for as little as £1million.

Juventus striker Nicolas Anelka could return to Turkish outfit Fenerbahce this summer. The Turin club signed him from Shanghai Shenhua earlier in the year as cover until the end of the season but with Fernando Llorente on his way to the Old Lady it seems the former Chelsea striker will move on.

Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City and Spurs have all been linked with Ajax playmaker Christian Eriksen in recent months but he is now being strongly linked with Borussia Dortmund as a potential replacement for Bayern Munich bound Mario Gotze.

Sevilla midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia has stated it is his dream to play for Real Madrid. The French youngster has been linked with a move to Arsenal recently but a move to the Bernabeu has also been mooted.

Schalke 04 are after Rubin Kazan midfielder Roman Eremenko. The Finland international has been in great form this season in both the Europa League and Russian Premier League. Reports in Russia claim he is wanted as a replacement for Dortmund and Real Madrid target Julian Draxler.


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