Transfer talk (Friday 12 June)
Friday 12 June 2009
Deco on way out of Bridge
Chelsea midfielder Deco said he wants to leave Stamford Bridge just one year after joining. "There are offers from other clubs," he said. "I want to feel happy and this is not the case at Chelsea. I want a club where I can again take joy from playing."
Baggies to tie up loanees
West Bromwich hope to secure the futures of loanees Youssouf Mulumbu and Juan Carlos Menseguez, despite doubts over the future of manager Tony Mowbray. Menseguez would cost around £1m from San Lorenzo, while Paris St-Germain winger Mulumbu is rated at £200,000.
Jose interesting Bayern
Bayern Munich general manager Uli Hoeness says the club are monitoring Chelsea's Jose Bosingwa. "We are looking at possibilities for right-back position," he said. "We are interested in Bosingwa."
Babel sees future at Anfield
Liverpool striker Ryan Babel is hopeful of remaining at Anfield next season. "Ryan is happy and doesn't want to leave," the player's agent, Winnie Haatrecht, said. "He has a three-year contract."
Fabregas staying at Emirates
Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas has moved to dismiss rumours of a move to Barcelona. "I see my future at Arsenal," he said. "The boss knows I really want to stay. I hope I can be at Arsenal for many years and lift trophies they have never lifted before. I am really looking forward to it because I am sure the future is bright here."
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