RUMOURS: Remy set for Crystal Palace loan

The Eagles have secured the signing of Christian Benteke and want to further add to their strikeforce by bringing in the Chelsea forward


Crystal Palace are set to sign Chelsea striker Loic Remy on loan, according to Le 10 Sport .

The Eagles have recently completed the club-record signing of Christian Benteke from Liverpool but are still said to be eager to tie up a deal for another striker.

And Remy is reportedly likely to be their man, with the Frenchman heading to Selhurst Park on a season-long loan deal that includes a €12 million option to buy.


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RUMOURS: QPR offer Bendtner return to England

The ex-Arsenal striker was released before his contract expired to end an unsuccessful spell at Wolfsburg and could be playing in the Championship this season


QPR have offered Nicklas Bendtner a route back into English football, according to ESPN.

The Denmark international is a free agent after being released by Wolfsburg, who he joined from Arsenal in 2014.

He made only 13 appearances in the Bundesliga last season and could now be set for a move to the English Championship, with QPR boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink looking to bolster his strikeforce.


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RUMOURS: Man Utd set £2m asking price for Schweinsteiger

Jose Mourinho is keen to get the German’s £190,000-a-week salary off the wage bill, with Juventus having made contact over a possible summer move


Manchester United are willing to sell Bastian Schweinsteiger for as little as £2 million, according to Bild.

The German is not in Jose Mourinho’s first-team plans after an underwhelming first season at Old Trafford under Louis van Gaal and the club now want his £190,000-a-week salary off the wage bill.

Schweinsteiger has two years left to run on his current contract and Juventus have made contact over a potential summer move.


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Yedlin set to complete £5m move to Newcastle

The United States international, who spent last season on loan at Sunderland, and is set to continue his career in the Championship after failing to make an impact at Tottenham

DeAndre Yedlin is set to complete a £5 million move to Newcastle United, Goal understands.

The United States international, who featured for Tottenham during pre-season but has failed to make a Premier League squad this season, was pictured arriving at Newcastle Airport on Tuesday.

DeAndre Yedlin arrives at Newcastle Airport for talks with @NUFC @lee_ryder @ChronicleNUFC @NCLairport pic.twitter.com/k1i2iZEdAy

— Iain Buist (@iainbuist1971) August 23, 2016

Yedlin arrives at Newcastle Airport – via @iainbuist1971 #nufc pic.twitter.com/ugdHUkwzzG

— Lee Ryder (@lee_ryder) August 23, 2016

Yedlin, who spent last season on loan at Newcastle’s rivals Sunderland, failed to make an impact at Tottenham after initially impressing at the 2014 World Cup, making just one appearance since joining in January 2015.

The 23-year-old was reportedly hoping to return to the Stadium of Light after a fruitful spell, but Sam Allardyce’s appointment at England manager ended interest from the club in a second move.

Claudio Bravo lands at Manchester Airport ahead of City move

The Barcelona goalkeeper is set to become Pep Guardiola’s ninth summer signing as out-of-favour Joe Hart’s future at the club is thrown into further doubt


Claudio Bravo has landed at Manchester Airport ahead of completing a move to Manchester City.

As reported by Goal earlier on Tuesday, the goalkeeper was expected to arrive from Spain on Tuesday afternoon ahead of becoming Pep Guardiola’s ninth summer signing.

Bravo will nearly double his salary with City, having accepted an annual wage of €6 million to leave the Spanish giants and become the Premier League side’s new first-choice goalkeeper.

Welcome to @manairport @C1audioBravo #flymanchester pic.twitter.com/sBn0RSol1H

— Manchester Airport (@manairport) August 23, 2016


Bravo’s arrival, and Guardiola’s preference for Willy Caballero in competitive action since the start of the Premier League season, casts further doubt over Joe Hart’s future.

Goal understands City are yet to receive a bid for the England No.1, with Everton heavily linked, but reports earlier on Tuesday claim Hart could stay beyond the end of the transfer window.

An official announcement of Bravo’s transfer could be delayed until later in the week as Barcelona look to tie up Ajax goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen as his replacement.

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