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January transfers updates: Villa to Arsenal, Zaha to United, Loic Remy to Newcastle? Holtby signs for Tottenham

January 5, 2013

Loic Remy to Newcastle

David Villa wants to play football and that cannot be guaranteed in Barcelona colours, but in Arsenal, he is more than welcome by Arsene Wenger, who has shown interest. The deal might only be made possible if his club, Barcelona allows him to leave, as he is still in contract with the Spanish club. Everton are also eying the player. Arsenal striker, Marouane Chamakh has been sent on loan to West Ham. This is West Ham’s second major signing after Joe Cole during January transfers.

Wilfred Zaha has been chased by a number of EPL teams and as of now, Manchester United seems to be the favourite to land the player, as the player also wants to play in the EPL. The player has also attracted interest from Arsenal and Liverpool, but they do not seem interested in the player now and have turned their attention elsewhere. The 20 year old winger from Crystal Palace could lighten up the EPL.

With the signing of Demba Ba to Chelsea from Newcastle United, the Magpies are in a search for striker to replace him, who could partner P.Cisse. Loic Remy is in the radar of Newcastle United, who plays his club football presently in France. Remy has attracted top EPL clubs in the past.

Joleon Lescott, the Manchester City defender is also another star who wants to play football on the pitch and not warm the bench. Aston Villa’s manager, Paul Lambert has shown interest in the player, who is a world class defender. Similarly, another player who wants to play regular football, Danny Graham might switch to Reading or Norwich from Swansea, where Michu stands as the first choice goal scorer.

Tottenham Hotspur has made a streetsmart move by aquiring the services of Lewis Holtby, for the summer signing. He was chased by many clubs such as Liverpool and Arsenal. The Schalke player would play for the German club till the end of the season.

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