Premier League giants Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are all set to engage in a three-way battle to sign Ivan Perisic, as per reports.
By the looks of things, Barcelona attacker Neymar is on the verge of an exit from the Camp Nou. The Brazilian has been pivotal for the Catalan Giants and has formed one of the deadliest attacking trios with Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez.
Chelsea are looking to revamp their squad over the summer and are understandably linked to a number of players from the Serie A because of Antonio Conte's familiarity with the league. Ivan Perisic seems to be the latest name to be linked with the Blues after having a good first season with the Nerazzuri.
Today's transfer gossip revolves around two prolific strikers, one playing in the Serie A and one formerly of the Serie A, who could be looking for greener pastures as the summer transfer window approaches.
Internazionale marched to a 3-1 victory over relegation-battling Palermo to establish themselves in fifth position in the Serie A, with summer recruits Ivan Perisic and Geoffrey Kondogbia impressing for Roberto Mancini's side.
Ivan Perisic's maiden goal for Inter Milan in a 1-1 draw at Sampdoria sent the Nerazzurri back on top of Serie A on Sunday, as Roma continued their early season push with a convincing 4-2 win away to Palermo.
The reigning champions are presently in third spot in the Bundesliga, five points behind pace-setters Bayern Munich and have already qualified for the last sixteen stage in DFB Pokal. Apparently it may seem that all is well behind The Yellow Wall. It’s true there might no reason to push the panic button as yet but the Borussians have started off the season in a nightmarish fashion, accumulating only seven points from the first five games. Although they balanced it out later in the next six games, three losses already in just eleven games has raised eyebrows. Their indifferent domestic form coincided with a slew of crippled performances in the Champions League, which included two back to back thrashings away from home, has landed them at the bottom of their group with a solitary point in as many as three games. The embarrassment of crashing out from the continental tournament at the very first hurdle is looming large. It does not […]
After finishing the season on a high Dortmund have been proactive in the transfer market. TheHardTackle analyses the players that have left and joined the team.