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[15/03/2019] Latest football transfer news (part 1)


1. Arsenal begin talks with Ismaila Sarr

Arsenal have held talks with Rennes over the potential signing of Top online poker sites Ismaila Sarr next summer.

The winger spent Thursday night at the Emirates in the Gunners’ 3-0 Europa League victory against Rennes, and could be returning sooner than anticipated.

Goal understands that Arsenal and the French outfit held talks after last week’s first leg and that a deal could be agreed over the coming months.

2. Bundesliga clubs lining up for Arsenal youngster Saka

Arsenal's 17-year-old winger Bukayo Saka has caught the eye of several Bundesliga clubs, The Sun reports.

The England Under 19 international has been watched by German scouts on several occasions this season. He has been tipped for a bright future by former Gunners defender Per Mertesacker, who is now in charge of the academy, but the club cannot tie him down to a professional contract until September, when he turns 18.

A Bundesliga outfit could try to lure him away before then and make him the latest to leave a Premier League academy for the German top-flight, following in the footsteps of Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho.

3. Spurs want Bale on loan from Real Madrid

Wales star's future in doubt since Zidane's return

Tottenham will offer to take Gareth Bale on a season-long loan from Real Madrid this summer, AS says.

Wales captain Bale has long been linked to a return to the Premier League, with Spurs and Manchester United said to be leading the race to sign him.

The winger's future has been placed in w88 casino further doubt following Zinedine Zidane's return to the club as coach as the two did not part on good terms when the latter left last summer.

While Madrid may not be willing to force him out just yet, Spurs hope they can entice him back for a temporary spell at least, but he is said to be reluctant to go back to London.

4. Bale should be proud of Real Madrid career - Owen

Gareth Bale should be proud of everything he has achieved at Real Madrid, according to the club's former striker Michael Owen.

Bale has struggled with injuries and form over the past two seasons, leading to speculation he could leave the Blancos in the summer.

But Owen says that even if Bale departs, he can be proud of four Champions League tittles and one La Liga championship, among other trophies.

5. Bowen turned down Cardiff move due to Sala tragedy

Hull City forward Jarrod Bowen has admitted he turned down a move to Cardiff City because of the circumstances surrounding Emiliano Sala's tragic death.

Cardiff made a £12 million ($16m) bid for the 22-year-old in January, but Bowen felt conflicted with Sala still missing at the time.
"The whole situation was very uncomfortable," Bowen told the Daily Mail.

"To join Cardiff knowing that he was meant to play for them would have been incredibly difficult and not something that filled me with any enthusiasm."

6. Farke signs new Norwich contract

Norwich City manager Daniel Farke has signed a new three-and-a-half year contract with the club.

Farke has the Canaries in first place currently in the Championship, and has signed on through the 2021-22 season.

“At the moment, it feels a bit like all Canaries are flying and Carrow Road is a pulsating ground with big 188bet Roulette Tips unity in the club and city," Farke told the club's official website.

"It’s really a great pleasure to work each and every day for this amazing club.”
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