European transfer talk: Featuring Ogbonna, Kondogbia and Dos Santos

A former Tottenham player features along with Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool, Everton and Chelsea targets of past and present.

Long-time Premier League transfer target Angelo Ogbonna has finally agreed a transfer from Torino according to reports in Italy. It is claimed that he has agreed to leave the club but will not be travelling far; agreeing a swap across town to Serie A champions Juventus. The deal for the Italian international defender will also see Ciro Immobile, Manolo Giabbadini or Reto Ziegler go in the opposite direction.

There is a transfer tussle occurring in Germany over the services of Greuther Furth winger Edgar Prib. The 23-year-old German was one of very few good things to come out of the campaign for Furth this season as they finished bottom of the Bundesliga table. They now look set to lose him with Hanover 96, Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Dortmund all in hot pursuit.

Besiktas have reportedly made an offer to bring Ronaldinho back to Europe with an enticing offer for next season. The 33-year-old has not played in Europe since leaving AC Milan in 2010 for Flamengo. He has since rediscovered his best form in years playing for Atletico Mineiro and could consider a return to Europe if the terms were right.

It is reported in Italy today that Zlatan Ibrahimovic could be returning to the country this summer in a move from PSG; to Napoli. He is being lined up as a potential replacement for Edinson Cavani should he, as expected, leave the club in the summer.

Contrary to popular belief that a deal was imminent Real Mallorca have denied hearing from Valencia in regards to signing former Spurs player Giovanni Dos Santos. The Mexican is expected to leave after an excellent 2013; despite the clubs ultimate relegation to Segunda Liga. However the apparent inquiry from MLS outfit Los Angeles Galaxy has been confirmed.

Reports in France would lead us to believe that Sevilla midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia is to sign for Real Madrid in the imminent future. The player and his father now have the right to negotiate with any team they wish and it is believed a move to Madrid could be on the cards.

Portuguese press believe that much sought after Paraguayan striker Oscar Cardozo has decided where he wants to play next season; Turkey. Record report that he has already agreed a salary and personal terms with Fenerbahce and once the two clubs agree on a fee the deal can be pushed through.


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