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01-05-2019 11:19 PM
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[06/01/2019] Football transfer news (part 2)


1. Moyes interested in Top 3 Online Poker Platforms managerial return with Stoke

David Moyes is interested in becoming the new Stoke City manager, according to the Mirror.

The Potters are believed the be on the brink of sacking manager Gary Rowett after a disappointing first six months in the job, and are at serious risk of failing to make the Championship play-offs following their relegation in May.

Moyes hasn't worked since being sacked by West Ham in the summer.

2. Villa to move for Fuchs

Aston Villa are ready to move in for a loan deal for Christian Fuchs, reports the Mirror.

The Premier League winner has been out of favour at Leicester this season following the rise of Ben Chilwell at left-back, and Villa could step in to poach the German in a bid to reinforce their promotion push.

3. Bournemouth ready to frustrate Chelsea over Wilson

England striker set to stay with Cherries

Bournemouth are prepared to fight to hold on to Callum Wilson after Chelsea stepped up their interest in the England striker, report the Mirror.
The 26 year-old has scored nine goals for the Cherries this season and is a January target for the Blues, but with Bournemouth under no financial pressure to sell Maurizio Sarri's side looks set to be frustrated.

4. Pepe returns to Porto

The former Real Madrid defender how to play 188bet live casino Pepe has retuned to Porto for a second spell.

The 35-year-old has been a free agent since having his contract rescinded by Besiktas in December.

Pepe had also attracted interest from Wolves, Al Gharafa of Qatar and Saudi Arabia's Al Ittiha.

5. Abraham to decide his own future

Aston Villa manager Dean Smith has said Tammy Abraham can decide his own future.

The on-loan Chelsea man has reportedly drawn interest from Wolves, who want to sign him permanently this month.

“What I am led to believe is that it is the lad's choice if he stays or not - I don't think Chelsea will push him either way,” said Smith.

"I personally - and I have told Tammy the same - don't think it would be a great decision for him [to go on loan elsewhere]. I think he is in a win-win here
“There is only one person who can make the decision and that is Tammy - and I told him to go with what his gut feeling is.”

6. Clyne joins Bournemouth

Liverpool full-back Nathaniel Clyne has joined Bournemouth on a season-long loan the clubs have confirmed.

The defender has dropped down the pecking order at Anfield and follows Dominic Solanke as the second Reds player move to the south coast club today.
"I’m really excited by this opportunity. It’s great chance for me to come and play football," Clyne said upon joining Bournemouth.

7. De Ligt set to snub PSG in favour of Juve

PSG could be set to lose out on the signing 188bet of Matthijs De Ligt with the player believed to be keener on a move to Juventus.

The Dutchman is likely to leave Ajax before the end of the season but the French champions look set to be frustrated by the Italians in their pursuit of the starlet.

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