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Football transfers: Modric to quit Real Madrid, Balotelli to AC Milan, Aguero to Real Madrid, Cavani to City??

January 7, 2013

One of the biggest transfers of the summer, Luka Modric to Real Madrid has been a huge failure and one might see the player plying his trade back to the English Premier League during the January transfer window. Top EPL clubs such as Chelsea, Manchester City and United are interested in the player who might cost more than 20 million. Real Madrid on the other hand is also particularly interested in Sergio Aguero, a proven world class striker of Manchester City from Argentina.

There is a report (in Sunday People), which suggest that the Manchester City have launched a bid of GBP 45 million for one of the hottest properties of world football, Edinson Cavani. It could well come true, but one is not sure whether the current Napoli striker would welcome a January move. But the summer transfers might well be what the club and the player might be looking for, as the player has also stated his desire to play in the English Premier League.

After the recent fallout between Manchester City manager, Mancini and Mario Balotelli, there are strife rumours, which says that the player is likely to quit his current club and join AC Milan. It is basically his behaviour on and off the pitch, which might see the player being allowed to leave. Some months back, the player had been valued at GBP 40 million.

Another club, who are in serious need for quality players to avoid relegation this season is Queens Park Rangers, who is presently managed by Harry Redknapp. He has been one of the best managers in the English Premier League and will go full throttle to sign good players within their budget. As of now, they have seem to have targeted six players, including Tim Cahill, Nicolas Anelka and Robbie Keane.

Frank Lampard wants to stay with Chelsea, but it all depends upon what the Chelsea boss, Abramovich wants. Earlier , it was reported that the player can leave, but Abramovich has changed his mind, as of now, it seems. Contract talks are expected to take place to keep the darling of Chelsea at Stamford Bridge beyond this summer.



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