Manchester United, Liverpool, West Ham United, Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur feature in our selection if the top transfer stories from the Premier League.
Unsurprisingly Luis Suarez again dominates the transfer sections this Wednesday. The Uruguayan was recently the subject of a bizarre £40,000,001 which caused Liverpool owner John W Henry to ask what they are smoking at Arsenal.
But with Gonzalo Higuain now set to become a Napoli player Arsenal are stepping up their pursuit of Suarez this summer; and it is now reported that the striker wants to hold talks with Arsenal over a potential move; in what would be the most sensational transfer of the summer.
It is also believed that a former Arsenal player could be on his way back to the Premier League; with Cesc Fabregas now open to the idea of a Manchester United move. The former Gunners captain is said to be David Moyes’ number one target for the summer and a second bid for the player is now in the process.
With no assurances over first team football the Spanish international is said to be considering a move.
Tottenham’s pursuits of a new striker will cost them. The Valencia striker Roberto Soldado is said to be their main striking target this summer but his current club will not accept offers below his release clause of £26 million.
Staying with Spurs and Gareth Bale has found himself the subject of renewed speculation. It comes after he was left out of the squad for the game with Sunderland in Hong Kong. However he is injured with a dead leg so Spurs fans should not be too worried yet.
West Ham are hoping to snap up QPR striker Loic Remy. It comes after David Sullivan announced the club was searching for a pacy striker and the Frenchman is said to want a stay in the Premier League; with a place in the France squad in the World Cup next summer up for grabs.
Finally, and former Arsenal winger Quincy Owusu-Abeiye is hopeful of completing a move to Crystal Palace this week. He has been on trial with Palace this summer and the 27-year-old has impressed in pre-season. His current club Panathinaikos are happy to let him go and a deal could be finalised by the weekend.
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