Transfer talk – some deals being proposed involving Premier League clubs

Below are some proposed transfers involving English Premier League clubs as of Monday, June 13 2011.

- German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have joined the race with Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea for Arsenal’s Samir Nasri (Daily Mail)

- Birmingham City defender Scott Dann has emerged as a transfer target for Arsenal and Liverpool (News of the World)

- Real Madrid’s Fernando Gago wanted by Aston Villa and Liverpool (Footy Latest)

- Blackburn Rovers to go after Birmingham City’s Roger Johnson (Daily Mail)

- Bolton want to sign Benfica’s Rodrigo Moreno permanently (Mirror)

- Barcelona’s Thiago Alcantara a firm target for Bolton (Mirror)

- Chelsea believed to be ready to pay up to £30m for Santos whizkid Neymar (Metro)

- Chelsea still chasing Palermo’s Javier Pastore with Manchester City also interested (Metro)

- Everton midfielder Jack Rodwell could be on his way to Tottenham (Metro)

- Spanish club Valencia want Everton playmaker Mikel Arteta (Daily Star)

- New Fulham manager Martin Jol wants Tottenham striker Robbie Keane and Newcastle United captain Kevin Nolan (Daily Mail)

- Manchester City are set to make an official offer to Napoli for Marek Hamsik (Footy Latest)

- Tottenham midfielder Luka Modric is wanted by a host of clubs with Manchester City showing considerable interest (Daily Mail)

- Newcastle United set to do battle with Everton for West Ham United’s Demba Ba (Daily Mail)

- QPR looking at Tottenham’s Mexican winger Giovani dos Santos (Caught Offside)

- Fulham’s Andy Johnson also a target for newly promoted QPR (Metro)

- Sunderland are on the trail of Ipswich Town striker Connor Wickham (Mirror)

- Manchester United midfielder Darron Gibson close to completing Sunderland move (Sky Sports)

- West Ham United midfielder Scott Parker wants Tottenham move (Metro)

- Wigan Athletic winger Charles N’Zogbia likely to depart this summer (Sun)

- Wolves keen to deal in Aston Villa defender Richard Dunne (Mirror)

 
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