Transfer rumour round-up: Alex Song in line for Premier League return; Javier Hernandez to leave Manchester United; Hulk on his way to Chelsea; Jack Rodwell to make Everton return
Wednesday 12 March 2014
Alex Song could be on his way back to the Premier League according to the Daily Express, with a Mathieu Flamini-like return to former club Arsenal or a move to Manchester United being mooted by the tabloid.
David Moyes will allow Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez to leave the club this summer according to the Daily Star. They speculate that Mexican striker could be on his way to Tottenham or Inter Milan.
Chelsea need a new striker, that much everyone knows, and so the news that Zenit St Petersburg striker Hulk is in London has predictably sparked rumours that the player is on his way to Stamford Bridge. Or he could just be in London doing something else, it is a fairly major world city after all.
Meanwhile Inter Milan could be in for another striker apparently, with Edin Dzeko on his way to the Italian club according to some reports.
Jack Rodwell might have been totally forgotten about by his manager at Manchester City, but he could be handed a lifeline with a return to Everton, according to some reports. Seems awfully generous of the Toffees to offer the injury plagued man a return to Merseyside.
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