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Emmanuel Adebayor set for shock Aston Villa move?

Emmanuel Adebayor set for shock Aston Villa move?


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Emmanuel Adebayor news

Adebayor set for a move back to England
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Aston Villa have reportedly been offered the chance to sign Togo international striker Emmanuel Adebayor on a free transfer. The forward, who had a spell with Man City, Tottenham and Arsenal in the past, is looking for a return to England and his eye on a move to another Premier League side.

Villa are looking to add attacking options to their squad after the long-term injury of forward Wesley.

Adebayor’s last spell in England was at Crystal Palace, where he scored just one goal in 15 games.

The forward is believed to be ready to accept a fee of around £30,000 per week for a move to England.

Adebayor also had a spell last year with Turkish side Kayserispor where he proved to be a resounding success, but the club decided not to give the striker a fresh contract.

It is also understood that Aston Villa will do battle with several other candidates, including French club Rennes and Italian side AC Milan, as well as Spanish side Villarreal who will submit an offer to the forward this week.





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Rhian Brewster set for Championship move?

Rhian Brewster set for Championship move?


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Rhian Brewster news

Brewster to Swansea on loan?


Championship side Swansea City have reportedly emerged as the leading candidates to sign Rhian Brewster on loan from Liverpool next month.

The Reds graduate has struggled for gametime at the senior level and he has been limited to appearances in the Carabao Cup to date.

Ahead of the January transfer window, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa have been linked with temporary deals for the teenager but it appears that Swansea could have the head start over the Premier League duo.

According to The Telegraph, the Swans are prepared to guarantee the forward with more minutes compared to their rivals and the presence of Steve Cooper is said to be an advantage.

Cooper managed Brewster when the England Under 17s won the 2017 World Cup in India and the youngster is understood to have a close relationship with the 40-year-old.

Brewster is expected to play in a young Liverpool lineup in midweek where they have an EFL Cup quarter-final against Aston Villa away from home.

The entire senior squad has travelled for the Club World Cup in Qatar. They are set to face Monterrey within 24 hours of the League Cup tie.





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England international set to return to Chelsea in January

England international set to return to Chelsea in January


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Danny Drinkwater news

Drinkwater set for Chelsea return
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Burnley will reportedly turn down the option to extend the loan contract of midfielder Danny Drinkwater beyond the turn of the year. The 29-year-old joined the Clarets from the Blues on a six-month loan deal in August to resurrect his flagging career but things have failed to pave the way as planned.

Drinkwater has been sidelined from first-team duties since September after getting injured in a brawl outside a nightclub and he has yet to make a Premier League appearance for the Clarets.

According to The Sun, Sean Dyche‘s side have the option of extending the midfielder’s temporary deal by another six months but they are likely to turn down the option.

The former Premier League midfielder has struggled to command regular gametime since his move to Chelsea and he has managed 12 league appearances over the past two years.

Blues boss Frank Lampard has already deemed Drinkwater as surplus to requirements and the midfielder would certainly have to pursue another challenge elsewhere, should Burnley send him back to Stamford Bridge.





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Chelsea attacker set for new five-year contract?

Chelsea attacker set for new five-year contract?


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Chelsea attacker set for new five-year contract?

Hudson-Odoi set for new Blues contract


Chelsea are prepared to reward Callum Hudson-Odoi with a new five-year contract before reintroducing him to first-team action next month.

The youngster has been sidelined for the past four months with an Achilles injury but he has recently returned to first-team training with his teammates.

According to The Telegraph, the west London giants are in advanced negotiations over a new deal with the winger and they are optimistic of committing him to a five-year contract before he makes his comeback.

Hudson-Odoi is currently on a £25,000-a-week package at the Blues and he stands the chance of boosting his salary by at least seven times, should he extend his contract with the club.

The England international is presently contracted to the Capital outfit until the summer of 2020 and has been linked with a big-money move to Bayern Munich in the past.

The German champions seem to have ended their interest following a series of failed bids in January and are unlikely to come up with a renewed approach in the near future.





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Shinji Kagawa set for La Liga move

Shinji Kagawa set for La Liga move


Shinji Kagawa news

Kagawa set for La Liga switch
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Japan international and current Borussia Dortmund midfielder Shinji Kagawa looks set to swap Germany for Spain, as reports emerged yesterday that Celta Vigo have agreed a fee to sign the former Man Utd player. Kagawa, who is considered a club legend at Dortmund, is seeking a final European transfer deal before returning to his homeland in 2021.

The 30-year-old has slipped down the pecking order at the Bundesliga side and has been informed he has no future with the side. Kagawa is now ready to move elsewhere in a deal worth approximately 5 million euros.

Speaking in November last year, Kagawa told reporters: “I am not afraid of going to a new country and I have already done Germany and England, now I am thinking about Spain.

“Spain would be the most important challenge in my career, I cannot retire without going there.”

It appears that Turkish duo Galatasaray and Besiktas have missed out on the transfer for Shinji Kagawa after the player opted to make the move to La Liga instead.





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