Transfer News – 16th July, 2015: Bayern Munich keen on Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal, Robinho signs for Guangzhou Evergrande, Arda Turan could move on loan.
Posted by:Junaid EffendiPosted date: Thursday, July 16, 2015/comment : 0
Barcelona midfielder Arda Turan set for loan move, Brazilian forward Robinho signs for Guangzhou Evergrande, Belgian attacker Kevin de Bruyne to stay at Wolfsburg, Arsenal set to lose Arturo Vidal race as Bayern Munich keen on his deal and much more in today’s transfer roundup.
Bayern Munich keen on Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal
Bundesliga Champions Bayern Munich are keen to sign Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal, as per the SkySports reports.
The Copa America winner is also targeted by Arsenal but the Bayern Munich Chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is hoping to seal his deal. Read Full Story
Robinho signs for Guangzhou Evergrande
Former Real Madrid and Manchester City striker Robinho has sealed a six month deal with the Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande.
The 31-year-old has joined his former national coach Luis Felipe Scolari who recently agreed a two and half year deal.
Arda Turan could move on loan
Barcelona new signing Arda Turan could be sent on a short loan as Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu revealed that they are planning for his future.
Barca signed him recently from Atletico Madrid but despite of using him they are likely to loan him out.
Jackson Martinez seal Atletico Madrid move
Jackson Martinez has signed a long term deal with the Spanish side Atletico Madrid, according to SkySports.
The 28-year-old who was in link with Arsenal has left FC Porto for Atletico Madrid.
Edin Dzeko want Kevin de Bruyne to stay at Wolfsburg
Former Wolfsburg striker Edin Dzeko has told that Kevin de Bruyne should stay at German club Wolfsburg for the next season.
The Belgian forward who signed for the Bundesliga side from Chelsea has been exceptional for them. He netted 10 goals in 34 games for the German outfit last term.
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