Transfer Clock: Hull City Want Danny Welbeck, Manchester City and Arsenal Face difficult Transfer decisions

share on:

Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City all have decisions to make, courtesy of clubs including Hull City and Aston Villa


Transfer Clock: 19 days until the transfer window closes. Here are the latest developments you need to know…

Hull interested in Danny Welbeck

Manchester United face a dilemma over what to do with Danny Welbeck, after Hull City reportedly lodged a £14 million offer. Steve Bruce has raised the funds by selling Shane Long to Southampton for £12 million. Welbeck featured during United’s pre-season tour but has been overlooked for the number nine shirt at the club, which remains vacant. The Mirror report he has been told by Louis van Gaal his game time this season will be limited. If he did exit, it would mean United surely keeping Javier Hernandez, and could enter the market for a striker themselves to replace the England international.

Aston Villa lead chase Arsenal’s Serge Gnabry

Arsenal are leaning towards loaning out German youth international Serge Gnabry, but have not made their mind up as to his potential destination. The Mirror report Aston Villa are leading the chase for the highly rated teenager, who is behind Theo Walcott and Joel Campbell in the pecking order at The Emirates. Southampton, Newcastle, Sunderland and Crystal Palace are all also said to be interested.

Manchester City’s Javi Garcia wanted in Russia

Manchester City midfielder Javi Garcia is linked with a £13 million switch to Zenit St Petersburg by The Mail. The Spanish midfielder was signed from Benfica two seasons ago but has failed to impress, and has been replaced in the squad by Fernando, a new addition from Porto.

Done Deals:

Everton have clinched the loan signing of Christian Atsu from Chelsea

Tottenham have signed DeAndre Yedlin from Seattle Sounders, but he will only join up for 2015/16



"Tega is a writer/OAP, Lover of all things Tech, Sports and TV Series"

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.