Round Up of Last Weeks Transfer Rumours

I was going to do this Friday, but circumstances got away from me – so I apologise it’s a little late.

Ok, what was about then?

We are being linked with a number of players home and abroad of various quality over a number of positions.

Firstly the stronger ones. We continue to be linked with Man City’s Joe Hart. The goalkeeper is considered hot property, so a permanent signing isn’t an option just now – but he could be a very good loan signing.

Our defence has clearly been highlighted by club and fans alike, as an area we MUST strengthen. The following few names fall into that category.

We also continue to be linked with Central Defender Giovanny Espinoza, Skysports who is another South American. This seems stronger than just a rumour now, as the Skysports article indicates. I don’t know that much about the player – but I gather he is strong and quick for his size. If we do sign him this week – it sounds like he would be a second good addition. Of course it would hopefully help Benitez in settling in too.

Apparently we have also made a bid for Cardiff’s defender Roger Johnson. We also apparently are interested in Coventry City skipper Scott Dan, another defender.There are also stories linking us to Watford’s Mike Williamson and Olympique Marseille defender Renato Civelli. The latter is another South American, (surely that has to be true then ;-)), who would be available on a free. We like free!!

Another free agent is Standard Liege central defender Oguchi Onyewu, who if you believe certain sites, we are very close to signing.

In other positions, we are apparently tracking Hapoel Tel Aviv frontman Samuel Yeboah– who appears to really wants to play in the Premier League.

In the middle of the park, apparently Bolton and the Blues are competing to sign Anderlecht’s Argentine playmaker Lucas Biglia, who would cost about £6m and are also battling to snap up ex-Portsmouth midfielder Sean Davies. Apparently that was from The Mirror, but I don’t have a link.

The conclusions are, we seem to be being linked with the right sort of players at the moment and at the right time. I am pleased with this. We obviously won’t get everyone, but a couple of defenders and a playmaker would be great coupled with the loan of Hart.

Anyway, it’s early days, expect a host of other names to be banded about before August!

Feel free to post your thoughts on these or any other possible targets. Also if you would like to do a player profile for any new players for the blog – contact me here.

Kev

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2 Comments on Round Up of Last Weeks Transfer Rumours

  1. It looks like the owners are seemingly going to give Alex some money this time around. That can only be a good thing. The owners have new enthusiasm and hopefully will splash the cash. It is no good the fans saying sack the board. Who is going to step into their shoes. If they keep the Blues in the top half a wealthy man will be interested. I think this is in their minds. I am hopeful that this time around we will do a good job. Luck has to be with us after all the years of no hope. We need a few decent players more so than ten also rans. Quality not quantity seems to have got through to the people in charge.
    As a doctor the players should exercise before getting up to warm the body. this is essential, no use just jumping out of bed it is too much of a shock to the body.The players and anyone else should do some easy leg movements before jumping out of bed. good luck to the Blues. Won’t charge for this medical advice.

  2. i hope these rumoured nsignings come off ………… but i wonder how much is paper talk ……………….. i’ll wait and see before getting carried away.

    if even half of them come off i’ll be confident of a good season …..the only way is up ………… i hope KRO

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