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Transfer Rumours: Higuain To Chelsea And Balotelli's Premier League Return

Transfer Rumours: Higuain To Chelsea And Balotelli's Premier League Return

Are you in the mood for some possibly baseless transfer rumours? Then you've come to the right place! Liverpool transfers, Manchester United transfers, Chelsea transfers, heck, we've got them all!

Today's headlines include Gonzalo Higuaín's imminent move to the Premier League, Ivan Perisic, Mario Balotelli and another possible Barcelona player for Everton.

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Marca are reporting that Chelsea are closing in on the signing of Gonzalo Higauín. A move that would be in keeping with both their transfer policies of signing Serie A strikers whose best days are behind them and signing players who couldn't get into the Real Madrid first team.

The Sun are also linking Chelsea with an AC Milan striker but this time it's Andre Silva. The Portugese is currently on loan at Sevilla.

Manchester United may be able to sign Inter Milan's Ivan Perisic, as they want to raise money to buy his Croatian teammate Luka Modric. That's what Tuttosport are reporting and who are we to argue with them!?

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Bruno Fernandes is a hotly rated Portugese midfielder who has been attracting a lot of attention. Local outlet, A Bola are now saying that Liverpool are interested in the Sporting Lisbon player, who could be bought for around £40m.

Miguel Delaney, of Twitter and the Independent, is reporting that Totteham Hotspur are considering a £35m move for Danish international Joachim Anderson, should Toby Alderweireld leave. The 22-year-old centre back is a good Joachim but he's no Julian!

You won't believe this but Everton have been linked with a Barcelona player. This time it's Football Manager wonderkid, Malcolm. At this rate the Merseyside club may have to rename themselves Barcelona B.

Newcastle are rumoured to want to sign Mario Balotelli in a move that has 'Guaranteed disaster' written all over it.

Also Read: Jamie Carragher Makes A Good Point After Liverpool's FA Cup Loss To Wolves

Mark Farrelly
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Balls Media Audience Development Manager. Former Miss World 1997 contestant.

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