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Old April 30th, 2012, 13:59   #1
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Summer 2012 transfers thread



Arsenal

In

Olivier Giroud (Montpellier) £13,000,000
Lukas Podolski (Koln) £10,900,000
Andrei Arshavin (Zenit St Petersburg) Return from loan
Nicklas Bendtner (Sunderland) Return from loan
Ryo Miyachi (Bolton Wanderers) Return from loan
Carlos Vela (Real Sociedad) Return from loan
Kyle Bartley (Rangers) Return from loan
Vito Mannone (Hull City) Return from loan
Henri Lansbury (West Ham United) Return from loan
Benik Afobe (Reading) Return from loan

Out
Manuel Almunia (Released)
Gavin Hoyte (Dagenham & Redbridge) Free
Yossi Benayoun (Chelsea) Return from loan
Joel Campbell (Real Betis) Loan
Denilson (Sao Paolo) Loan extended



Aston Villa

In

Karim El Ahmadi (Feyenoord) £2,500,000
Matt Lowton (Sheffield United) £2,500,000
Brett Holman (AZ Alkmaar) Free
Jeak Makoun (Olympiacos) Return from loan

Out
Carlos Cuellar (Sunderland) Free
Emile Heskey (Released)



Chelsea

In

Eden Hazard (Lille) £32,000,000
Oscar (Internacional) £25,000,000
Marko Marin (Werder Bremen) £6,500,000
Thorgan Hazard (Lens) Undisclosed
Kevin De Bruyne (Genk) Return from loan
Yossi Benayoun (Arsenal) Return from loan
Josh McEachran (Swansea City) Return from loan
Jeffrey Bruma (Hamburg) Return from loan
Gael Kakuta (Dijon) Return from loan

Out
Didier Drogba (Shanghai Shenua) Free
Salomon Kalou (Lille) Free
Jose Bosingwa (Released)
Thibaut Courtois (Atletico Madrid) Loan extended
Tomas Kalas (Vitesse Arnhem) Loan extended
Patrick Van Aarnholt (Vitesse Arnhem) Loan extended
Ulises Davila (CE Sabadell) Loan
Matej Delac (Guimares) Loan



Everton

In

Steven Naismith (Rangers) Free
Joseph Yobo (Fenerbahce) Return from loan

Out
Tim Cahill (New York Red Bulls) £1,000,000
Joao Silva (Levski Sofia) £450,000
James McFadden (Released)
Marcus Hahnemann (Released)
Steven Pienaar (Tottenham Hostpur) Return from loan
Royston Drenthe (Real Madrid) Return from loan
Denis Stracqualursi (Tigres) Return from loan




Fulham

In

Hugo Rodallega (Wigan Athletic) Free
Mladen Petric (Hamburg) Free
Sascha Riether (Koln) Loan

Out
Marcel Gecov (Gent) £500,000
Danny Murphy (Blackburn Rovers) Free
Pavel Pogrebnyak (Reading) Free
Andy Johnson (Queens Park Rangers) Free
Bjorn Helge Riise (Released)
Orlando Sa (Released)



Liverpool

In

Fabio Borini (Roma) £10,500,000
Alberto Aquilani (Milan) Return from loan
Joe Cole (Lille) Return from loan
Danny Wilson (Blackpool) Return from loan
Daniel Pacheco (Atletico Madrid) Return from loan

Out
Dirk Kuyt (Fenerbahce) £1,000,000
Maxi Rodriguez (Newell's Old Boys) Free
Fabio Aurelio (Gremio) Free



Manchester City

In

Emmanuel Adebayor (Tottenham Hotspur) Return from loan
Roque Santa Cruz (Real Betis) Return from loan
John Guidetti (Feyenoord) Return from loan
Dedryck Boyata (Bolton Wanderers) Return from loan
Michael Johnson (Leicester City) Return from loan
Vladimir Weiss (Espanyol) Return from loan

Out
Joan Roman (Barcelona) £1,000,000
Greg Cunningham (Bristol City) Undisclosed
Owen Hargreaves (Released)
Stuart Taylor (Released)
Gai Assulin (Released)
David Pizarro (Roma) Return from loan
Wayne Bridge (Brighton & Hove Albion) Loan



Manchester United

In

Shinji Kagawa (Borussia Dortmund) £17,000,000
Nick Powell (Crewe Alexandra) £5,000,000
Federico Macheda (Queens Park Rangers) Return from loan
Bebe (Besiktas) Return from loan

Out
Park Ji Sung (Queens Park Rangers) £2,000,000
Ritchie De Laet (Leicester City) £1,250,000
Matty James (Leicester City) £750,000
Michael Owen (Released)
Tomasz Kuszczak (Brighton & Hove Albion) Free
Paul Pogba (Juventus) Free
Fabio (Queens Park Rangers) Loan



Newcastle United

In

Gael Bigirimana (Coventry City) £1,000,000
Romain Amalfitano (Reims) Free
Haris Vuckic (Cardiff City) Return from loan
Nile Ranger (Sheffield Wednesday) Return from loan
Xisco (Deportivo La Coruna) Return from loan

Out
Leon Best (Blackburn Rovers) £3,250,000
Fraser Forster (Celtic) £2,200,000(Permanent from loan)
Danny Guthrie (Reading) Free
Peter Lovenkrands (Birmingham City) Free
Alan Smith (Milton Keynes Dons) Free (permanent from loan)



Norwich City

In

Michael Turner (Sunderland) £4,000,000
Robert Snodgrass (Leeds United) £3,000,000
Jacob Butterfield (Barnsley) Undisclosed
Steven Whittaker (Rangers) Free

Out
Adam Drury (Leeds United) Free
Aaron Wilbraham (Crystal Palace) Free
Kyle Naughton (Tottenham Hotspur) Return from loan

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Queens Park Rangers

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Junior Hoilett (Blackburn Rovers) Fee to be decided by tribunal
Samba Diakite (Nancy) £2,600,000 (permanent from loan)
Park Ji Sung (Manchester United) £2,000,000
Rob Green (West Ham United) Free
Ryan Nelsen (Tottenham Hotspur) Free
Andy Johnson (Fulham) Free
Fabio (Manchester United) Loan
Matthew Connolly (Reading) Return from loan

Out
Paddy Kenny (Leeds United) £500,000
Danny Gabbidon (Released)
Fitz Hall (Released)
Akos Buzsaky (Released)
Danny Shittu (Released)
Rowan Vine (Released)
Peter Ramage (Released)
Lee Cook (Released)
Patrick Agyemang (Released)
Gary Borrowdale (Released)
Taye Taiwo (Milan) Return from loan
Federico Macheda (Manchester United) Return from loan



Reading

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Adrian Mariappa (Watford) £2,500,000
Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest) £2,300,000
Pavel Pogrebnyak (Fulham) Free
Danny Guthrie (Newcastle United) Free
Nicky Shorey (West Bromwich Albion) Free
Garath McCleary (Nottingham Forest) Free

Out
Mathieu Manset (Sion) Undisclosed
Matthew Connolly (Queens Park Rangers) Return from loan
Hayden Mullins (Portsmouth) Return from loan
Benik Afobe (Arsenal) Return from loan
Joseph Mills (Burnley) Loan



Southampton

In

Jay Rodriguez (Reading) £6,000,000
Nathaniel Clyne (Crystal Palace) £2,500,000
Paulo Gazzaniga (Gillingham) Undisclosed
Steven Davis (Rangers) Free

Out
David Connolly (Released)
Radhi Jaidi (Released)
Bartosz Bialkowski (Notts County) Free
Iago Falque (Tottenham Hotspur) Return from loan




Stoke City

In

Jamie Ness (Rangers) Free
Tom Soares (Hibernian) Return from loan
Michael Tonge (Barnsley) Return from loan
Diego Arismendi (Huddersfield Town) Return from loan

Out
Danny Collins (Nottingham Forest) £400,000
Jonathan Woodgate (Middlesbrough) Free
Ricardo Fuller (Released)
Salif Diao (Released)
Andrew Davies (Bradford City) Free (Permanent from loan)
Florent Cuvelier (Walsall) Loan



Sunderland

In

Carlos Cuellar (Aston Villa) Free

Out
Asamoah Gyan (Al Ain) £12,000,000 (permanent from loan)
George McCartney (West Ham United) £1,000,000 (permanent from loan)
Cristian Riveros (Kayserispor) £500,000(Permanent from loan)
Marcos Angeleri (Estudiantes) Undisclosed
Craig Gordon (Released)
Oumare Tounkara (Released)
Nicklas Bendtner (Arsenal) Return from loan
Wayne Bridge (Chelsea) Return from loan
Sotiris Kyrgiakos (VFL Wolfsburg) Return from loan



Swansea City

In

Michu (Rayo Vallecano) £2,000,000
Chico (Genoa) £2,000,000
Jonathan De Guzman (Villarreal) Loan
Stephen Dobbie (Blackpool) Return from loan

Out
Jose Moreira (Released)
Ferrie Bodde (Released)
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Hoffenheim) Return from loan
Josh McEachran (Chelsea) Return from loan
Steven Caulker (Tottenham Hotspur) Return from loan



Tottenham Hotspur

In

Jan Vertonghen (Ajax) £9,500,000
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Hoffenheim) £8,200,000
Steven Pienaar (Everton) Return from loan
Sebastien Bassong (Wolverhampton Wanderers) Return from loan
Steven Caulker (Swansea City) Return from loan
Kyle Naughton (Norwich City) Return from loan
Andros Townsend (Birmingham City) Return from loan
Iago Falque (Southampton) Return from loan

Out
Niko Kranjcar (Dynamo Kyiv) £7,000,000
Vedran Corluka (Lokomotiv Moscow) £5,000,000
Ledley King (Retired)
Louis Saha (Released)
Ryan Nelsen (Queens Park Rangers) Free
Ben Alnwick (Barnsley) Free
Emmanuel Adebayor (Manchester City) Return from loan
Bongani Khumalo (PAOK) Loan



West Bromwich Albion

In

Ben Foster (Birmingham City) £5,000,000 (permanent from loan)
Claudio Yacob (Racing Club) Free
Yassine El Ghanassy (Gent) Loan
Gonzalo Jara (Brighton & Hove Albion) Return from loan
Chris Wood (Bristol City) Return from loan
Boaz Myhill (Birmingham City) Return from loan

Out
Paul Scharner (Released)
Nicky Shorey (Reading) Free
Keith Andrews (Bolton Wanderers) Free
Somen Tchoyi (Released)
Marton Fulop (Asteras Tripolis) Free
Joe Mattock (Sheffield Wednesday) Free



West Ham United

In

Modibo Maiga (Sochaux) £5,300,000
George McCartney (Sunderland) £1,000,000 (permanent from loan)
Stephen Henderson (Portsmouth) £500,000 (permanent from loan)
Mohamed Diame (Wigan Athletic) Free
Jussi Jaaskelainen (Bolton Wanderers) Free
Pablo Barrera (Zaragoza) Return from loan

Out
Freddie Sears (Colchester United) Undisclosed
Rob Green (Queens Park Rangers) Free
Julien Faubert (Elazigspor) Free
John Carew (Released)
Abdoulaye Faye (Hull City) Free
Papa Bouba Diop (Released)
Frank Nouble (Wolverhampton Wanderers) Free
Marek Stech (Yeovil Town) Free
Danny Collins (Stoke City) Return from loan
Henri Lansbury (Arsenal) Return from loan



Wigan Athletic

In

Fraser Fyvie (Aberdeen) £500,000
Mauro Boselli (Estudiantes) Return from loan
Nouha Dicko (Blackpool) Return from loan

Out
Mohamed Diame (West Ham United) Free
Hugo Rodallega (Fulham) Free
Chris Kirkland (Sheffield Wednesday) Free
Steve Gohouri (Released)

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Might as well combine this with the new players in England thread this year tbh.



Kevin De Bruyne (Chelsea/Belgium - 20 years old (21 at new season start))

Interesting young player from the little I've seen of him and another Belgian supertalent. Whether he will make an instant impact is debateable, I suspect he might well be loaned out next season as Chelsea look to build their Belgian contingent of him, Lukaku and Courtois for the future. Chelsea have been a bit of a graveyard for young signings in recent years and only really Mikel and Sturridge of players signed at a really young age have managed to break into the first team set-up on a regular basis, so time will tell.

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Brett Holman (Aston Villa/Australia - 28 years old)

This kind of strikes me as the kind of singing a team makes just because they are on a Bosman. Okay player but not likely to make much of a difference I wouldn't have thought. Might work as a rotation player but I wouldn't think he's good enough to start in a team with any ambition.

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Marko Marin (Chelsea/Germany - 23 years old)

I've always thought Marin is a fantastic talent. When he first burst onto the scene and then during his inital time with Bremen he reminded me of Arjen Robben. However since then he's gone off the boil considerably. If he can recapture his form then he has the potential to be a very shrewd signing, if he plays like he has been lately he will disappear without trace. Hopefully it's the first one because he's the type of winger I really love to watch. Playing time will depend on whether they are thinking of him as a replacement for Kalou or Malouda.

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Lukas Podolski (Arsenal/Germany - 26 years old (27 at new season start))

Depends which Podolski turns up really. If it's the Podolski that choked at Bayern then this is a terrible signing, if it's the Podolski of major international tournaments then it's a spectacular signing. I have a feeling that in England he will be the latter and that this will be one of the best singings of the summer.

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Regarding loans, I think most will be binned off at the end of the season, so I've added them already.

Gyan I think unfortunately will choose to stay in the Gulf. It's sad that a player at the peak of his career already earning something like £50k a week would choose a bit more money over playing competitive football, but there we go. If he'd stayed and played the way he was playing he'd have got a move to a big team eventually, reminds me of Dindane but on a greater scale.

Not sure if Bendtner will stay at Sunderland. I dunno if they'd pay the wages he thinks he's worth. I think he's a good fit for them in terms of ability versus the quality of the team Sunderland are, but he thinks he's a future ballon d'or winner.

Pienaar I think will stay at Everton, assuming they can agree a fee with Spurs, I reckon £3mil will do it and Moyes knows how to get the best out of him. I think they'll get rid of Denis as he's only scored 1 goal, even if he is hardworking. Drenthe I would have expected to stay but he seems to have fallen out with Moyes so I doubt he'll stay now. I believe he's a free agent in the summer and would think a few mid table teams will be interested in signing him up so I would imagine he'll be a premiership player next season somewhere anyway.

Miyachi I would guess goes back to Arsenal, though personally if Bolton survive I think another season there would help. Ditto McEachran at Swansea. I think Chelsea will re-loan Courtois to Atletico and loan Davila and Van Aarnholt back to Vitesse. Kakuta has done well with Dijon and might get another shot, Bruma I think will be loaned to a premiership team this time. Delac doesn't look like doing anything, maybe league one loan to get used to English football, Kalas will be loaned to a championship side I think, looks like he might have potential.
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Also what do you reckon teams need to do?

Arsenal I think need to make moves earlier in the summer. Podolski is a good start. Last summer they ended up panic buying and buying 4 players in the last 2 days of the window. Only Arteta has worked out really, though I guess Metersacker has been okay. Santos and Park have been a total waste of time though.

They're being heavily rumoured with M'Vila and Verthongen, both of whom would be good singings. Those two and Podolski would actually make a pretty decent summer. Have heard Javi Martinez rumours, though I would presume he would be instead of one of the other two.

They could really do with getting the wages down I think and trying to offload Denilson, Bendtner, Arshavin, Diaby, Park, Chamakh, Djourou as they earn more than they are worth. Arshavin I think will be easy to get rid of to Russia, but it might take a while to get rid of the rest.

Keeping Van Persie will be the battle but it's vital they do so. Some younger players will make more of an impact next season, Chamberlain in particular.
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Chelsea I would think will have a bit of an overhaul even if they win the league. I suspect this summer is the end of Drogba, Malouda, Kalou, Ferreira and Bosingwa, which leaves space in the squad to fill. Lukaku will be loaned out for experience I would guess, probably the kids already on loan will be going back out on loan again. They also sold Anelka without doing a great deal to replace him.

Marin is quite an interesting signing but won't be one of the main ones. No idea who they'll go after at this point and I would expect them to be linked with just about everyone.
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Liverpool need more in the middle. Rasmus Elm is heavily linked and would be a good singing. They need another option upfront of good quality. They need to make sure they keep hold of Suarez. I'd say they need good wingers but I say that every summer and they always buy average ones so w/e.

Man City I'm not really sure about, they're strong in all areas so any signings they make would have to be world class players. Tevez now wants to stay because he's an oddball.

Man U need good players in the middle of the park and I would imagine they will get a couple of Kagawa, Sneijder, Modric type players. Berbatov and Owen will be off, dunno whether they'll replace them or just promote.

Spurs just need to make sure they try and keep Modric and Bale and get a striker. Imo they need to decide quickly on the Modric and Bale situation and if it's looking unlikley they'll keep them, sell up in plenty of time to get replacements.
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Miyachi I would guess goes back to Arsenal, though personally if Bolton survive I think another season there would help.
I sort of wish he had continued his development and progression as a player in Holland, even at a different club from Feyenoord. I mean, he hadn't even played a full season in the Eredivisie, and while he had some great matches, I know some Feyenoord fans realized he still had a lot to learn. People talk about how great the Dutch league is at developing youth prospects.

He's still not far out of high school footy and it's difficult for him as he's been shifted around from club, to club, to club - he can't settle. Now he's already in the league some people call the toughest and this after a brief stint in Holland - Kagawa is further developed as a player and can take the challenge, but I fear Ryo's development will stagnate due to the path that he's taken.
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Rumours today..

Dirk Kuyt interesting Hamburg according to a direct quote from someone there and also Feyenoord want him back. I think he's been a decent servant to Liverpool but now is probably a good time to go.

Luuk De Jong's agent trying to hurry Liverpool into a bid, guy seems to have scored a lot of goals, like Bas Dost, would be interesting arrivals to the league.

Eden Hazard off to Man City according to a paper, but stuff will be rumbling about him all summer.

Nacer Chadli to Fulham, just because all the incoming rumours today have to be all about Belgians or Twente players, we may as well have a Belgian that plays for Twente.

Oh and for a non Belgian, non Twente player, Jay Rodriguez is apparently interesting Everton.
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Luuk de Jong and Bas Dost are also interesting German clubs.

Will be interesting to see how Bundesliga clubs will do with their improved finances vs the midtable premiership clubs.

Dost has said that he'd prefer to move to Germany.

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The way things normally work is that there's about 30 names who are linked to premiership clubs at the start of the summer and about 5 actually end up joining them, this summer it's..

1. Eden Hazard (Man City, Man U, Arsenal, Spurs)
2. Hulk (Man City, Chelsea,Spurs)
3. Rasmus Elm (Liverpool)
4. Luuk De Jong (Liverpool, Everton, Newcastle)
5. Nacer Chadli (Fulham)
6. Bas Dost (Aston Villa, Everton)
7. Fernando Llorente (Spurs, Man City)
8. Jan Verthongen (Arsenal, Spurs, Newcastle)
9. Douglas (Newcastle, Fulham, Aston Villa)
10. Olivier Giroud (Arsenal, Newcastle, Aston Villa)
11. Younes Belhanda (Arsenal, Liverpool, Newcastle)
12. Shinji Kagawa (Man Utd, Chelsea)
13. Nicolas Gaetan (Man City, Man Utd)
14. Edinson Cavani (Man City, Chelsea, Spurs)
15. Hugo Lloris (Spurs)
16. Wesley Sneijder (Man Utd, Man City)
17. Yann M'Villa (Arsenal, Man City)
18. Javi Martinez (Arsenal, Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool)
19. Oscar De Marcos (Man Utd)
20. Willian (Chelsea)
21. Lucas Barrios (Fulham)
22. Aly Ciossokho (Newcastle)
23. Lucas Moura (Man Utd, Chelsea)
24. Gaston Ramirez (Liverpool)
25. Stevan Jovetic (Man City, Liverpool, Man Utd, Spurs)
26. Erik Pieters (Newcastle)
27. Mauricio Isla (Arsenal)
28. Milos Krasic (Spurs)
29. Jordi Alba (Man City, Man Utd)
30. Mattias Suarez (Arsenal, Everton)
31. Gonzalo Higuain (Man City, Chelsea)

We will see which 5 end up here.
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Douglas to Villa and Chadli to Fulham look like certainties

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Uruguayan who plays for Bologna, don't know much about him but seems to have had a decent season.

Strongman and Wijnaldum also linked from holland, seem to want to bleed the eredivisIe dry
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Riveros gone to Turkey on a permanent deal after being loaned last season. Think he's actually a decent player but really struggled with the physical battles in central midfield in England.
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 16:48   #20
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Liverpool have first-option on Pachuca winger Hector Herrera, the option end after the Olympics.
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