EPL 2012-13: Top transfer news and rumours on July 15


Luka Modric
London, Jul 15: Aston Villa eye loan move for Andy Carroll. United and City will fight for Robin van Persie's signature. Carlos Tevez could be on his way to AC Milan. Luka Modric could move to Real Madrid. Everton ask £15 million for Leighton Baines.

EPL 2012-13: Top transfer news and rumours on July 14

Today's transfer news and rumours:

  • Manchester giants United and City are willing to sign Robin van Persie as City striker Carlos Tevez is set to leave the champions with AC Milan ready to shell out £25million for the Argentina striker.
  • Arsenal hunt highly-rated Santos star Ganso. The 22-year old Brazilian is also targeted by Chelsea, Tottenham and AC Milan.
  • After Newcastle, West Ham, Fulham, and AC Milan, Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is impressed with £35million Liverpool striker Andy Carroll. The former Norwich manager is would consider making a bid for the 23-year old England striker.
  • Everton value left-back Leigton Baines at £15 million plus as Manchester United prepare a £10 million for the England International.
  • Andre Villas-Boas wants Dutch star Rafael van der Vaart to stay at White Hart Lane as Luka Modric could be on his way to Real Madrid.
  • Newcastle striker Demba Ba has played down rumours he could leave the club.
  • Chelsea have been heavily linked with the £40 million-rated Porto striker Hulk. The 25-year old Brazilian has also been in included in the national team for London Olympics 2012.

Other transfer news

  • Bayern Munich are willing to take Spain International Javi Martinez to Allianz Arena.
  • Inter Milan expect Dutch international Wesley Sniejder to stay despite offers from Russian side Anzhi Makhachkal.
  • France Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain have announced the signing of Thiago Silva from AC Milan on a five-year deal. The 27-year old Brazilian was sold for a fee worth £30 million while fellow team-mate Zlatan Ibrahimovic is likely to seal the deal shortly.

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