Today’s transfer news revolves around two prolific strikers — one currently playing in the Serie A, and the other a former star of the same, who could be looking for greener pastures as the summer transfer window approaches.
The lack of a fit striker has been a major worry for a number of Premier League clubs this season, and this summer transfer window will provide them with an opportunity to address that issue. The availability of two top strikers from France and Italy will definitely be welcome news at this point. In addition to those two, a World Cup and Champions League winner is set to depart from Real Madrid in the summer.
Ivan Perisic could leave Inter Milan because he wants to win trophies
The Croatian forward joined the Italian giants from Bundesliga side Wolfsburg in the summer, but could be on the move after just one season at the club. His agent has recently stated that he would be willing to stay at Inter, but only if the Nerazzurri can provide Champions League football and challenge for the Serie A title.
“He’s desperate to win something big at Inter and it really got to him a lot when the team gave away top spot too easily,” said the player’s agent Toni Martic, according to fcinter1908.
“He would have no problems about staying with the Nerazzurri for a long time — but it would have to be a great Inter side, ready to challenge for the Scudetto and playing in the Champions League.”
Although the 27-year-old hasn’t had a groundbreaking season at Inter so far, he has bagged three goals in his last three games. Perisic moved to Inter from Wolfsburg for a transfer fee of 16 million euros, and is rated at the same amount by transfermarkt.com.
Edinson Cavani isn’t happy at Paris Saint-Germain, could leave in the summer
PSG will definitely lose out on one of their star strikers next summer, as Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said his goodbyes.
In the face of that overwhelming loss, they could be losing another top striker too, as Edinson Cavani is reportedly planning to move to greener pastures in the summer. The Uruguayan has been on the fringes of the first team and made most of his appearances this season off the bench. This is one of the main reasons why he is looking to leave Paris, according to French publication Le Equipe.
The 29-year-old has spent three seasons with PSG, after moving from Serie A side Napoli in 2013 for 64.5 million euros. Cavani might be leaving for much less than that though, with transfermarkt.com currently rating the striker at 40 million euros. However, with Premier League clubs like Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea in dire need of a top striker and his contract running till 2018, that fee could increase substantially.
Arbeloa saying goodbye to boyhood club Real Madrid
The 33-year-old right-back has fallen down the pecking order at the Santiago Bernabeu with the arrival of Dani Carvajal and Danilo. The Real Madrid academy product was recently handed some game time by manager Zinedine Zidane, playing the full 90 minutes of their game against Las Palmas on Sunday, but stated after the match that he plans to leave in the summer.
“I am aware that these are my last few months at Real Madrid,” said Arbeloa, according to FourFourTwo.
“I train very hard and if I do not play then I train even harder and even on days off.”
“I appreciate the opportunity from the coach [Zidane], but I do not know where I will play next year.”
“I am aware that these are my last few months at Real Madrid,”
Arbeloa has won the Champions League and La Liga with Los Blancos, as well as the FIFA World Cup 2010 and two European Championships with the Spanish national team. At the age of 33, it is unlikely that the Spaniard will attract interest from any of the top European clubs, but he could be a worthwhile addition for mid-table clubs who could make the best use of his knowledge and experience.
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