The Transfer Lens column is back. We have three months left for the summer transfer window to open but that doesn’t stop transfer news to make the headlines.
Along with our daily news & analysis coverage, we decided to put Top Ten transfer stories of the day under this column.
Here, Soccerlens have selected some of the big stories that have been doing the rounds in the last 24 hours.
The Bordeaux captain hopes to play for Liverpool someday, but at the moment, happy at where he is. Read more here
Nathaniel Clyne set to have make-or-break contract talks with Southampton
Saints boss Ronald Koeman is hopeful the young defender will sign a new contract amid strong interest from Manchester United. Read more
Valencia want Radamel Falcao
Chelsea want Brad Friedel to replace Petr Cech
According to reports from The Telegraph, Chelsea are planning to sign 44-year-old Spurs goal keeper Brad Friedel to replace Petr Cech. Bizarre!
Arsenal target Winston Reid to sign new contract
Arsenal and Spurs were though to be interested in West Ham defender Winston Reid, whose contract is set to expire this summer. However, it seems, he will sign a new deal for the Hammers.
Real Madrid’s Jese to leave on loan?
Madrid’s golden boy Jese Rodriguez to leave on loan? Well, El Confidencial has the report, followed up by Sports Mole.
Manchester United keeper Ben Amos extends Bolton stay
Manchester United’s goal keeper Ben Amos’s loan period has been extended by one month. The youngster has been doing well for Bolton.
Mauro Icardi set to sign new deal with Inter Milan
Soccerlens’ writer Tamojit writes: “Manchester United and Chelsea have received a body blow in pursuit of Inter Milanstriker Mauro Icardi after the Italian club’s director Piero Aid has claimed that that the Argentine is close to a contract extension with the San Siro outfit.”
John Terry unsure about Chelsea future
Chelsea skipper John Terry says he is fighting for his future. The former England captain scored in Sunday’s Capital One Cup victory against Spurs.
Everton renew their interest in Kovacic
Kovacic has signed a new deal at Inter Milan but Daily Mail reckons Roberto Mancini is still interested in signing him.