Paper Transfer Talk: Luis Suarez to return to England?

January 8, 2014
Manchester City midfielder James Milner is a transfer target for English Premier League rivals Liverpool, the Times reports. Brendan Rodgers wants to sign the England international as his contract with the Etihad outfit expires at the end of the season.

Petr Cech is set to leave his Chelsea side at the end of the season and join London rivals Arsenal with manager Arsene Wenger reported to be interested according to the Telegraph.

Chelsea are prepared to pay a £200 million pound contract release clause to sign Barcelona star Lionel Messi . French Ligue 1 club Paris Saint Germain have also been reported interested.

Manchester United have made a transfer bid for Germany international Mats Hummels but Borussia Dortmund have told the Old Trafford club the 26-year-old is not for sale, the Daily Express reports.

Olympiakos have made an attempt to sign Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli just a few months after the Italy international signed for the English Premier League club. The Greek side want to take Balotelli on loan until the end of the current season..

Manchester United are set to miss out on Norwegian midfielder Martin Odegaard with Real Madrid leading the pack to sign the highly rated 16-year-old according to Manchester Evening News.

Luis Suarez faces an uncertain future at Spanish club Barcelona despite recently joining the Catalan giants on a mega transfer deal. The Uruguay international has not had enough playing time and not hit the form he was in during his time at Liverpool. Luis Suarez could return to England with clubs on red alert for the striker.

Manchester United have offered a new deal to goalkeeper David De Gea to see off interest from Spanish club Real Madrid. The Red Devils have signed former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes but want to extend the contract of number one goalkeeper De Gea.

Wilfried Bony is expected to seal his transfer deal to Manchester City before leaving England for the 2015 African Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea.

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