HOME| EDITORIAL STAFF CONTACT US| RSS
      
Transfer market

GERMANY/ SCHALKE 04, Heldt: "Trading to Holtby deal extension"

22.11.2012 16.45 by TM W  read 2454
© foto di Alberto Lingria/PhotoViews

Expiring deal with Schalke 04 in the end of the season, is still in doubts the future of Lewis Holtby (22). The German player is so appreciated by Everton and Arsenal, ready to sign him in January or for free in June. The general manager of the German club, Horst Heldt declared: "We are trading for the deal extension, miss only some details. The decision about the future of Holtby will be taken within the end of 2012, and our target is to agree soon for the renewal".

Other news Transfer market
Other news
Highlight

ENGLAND/ ARSENAL, New opening for signing Cabaye in January

According to latest rumours coming from French sources, Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc is getting more and more persuaded to let Bleus international midfielder Yohan Cabaye (28), if the right offer (basically superior to 25 million euros, the same sum paid to Newcastle

JUVENTUS, Giovinco's agent: "He wants to stay"

Interviewed by Radio Toscana, Andrea D'Amico, agent of Juventus 27-year-old attacking midfielder Sebsatian Giovinco, has declared: "Sebastiam
 

SEVILLA, Bitolo: "Honored by Napoli's interest, but.."

Interviewed by La Provincia, Sevilla 26-year-old winger Victor Vitolo has declared: "Napoli? I am honored by such rumors, as we are talking about
 

ARSENAL v BORUSSIA DORTMUND, Special CL Preview - Chambers: "We'll heed Dortmund warning"

Jurgen Klopp’s side currently occupy the relegation play-off spot in the Bundesliga after only winning three of their 12 league games this campa
 

FRANCE/ PSG; BLANC: "Against Ajax we'll play faithfully

Laurent Blanc, Paris Saint-Germain coach has spoken in the press conference of Champions league match. "What changed for us between the draw in
 

ARSENAL v BORUSSIA DORTMUND, Special CL Preview - Klopp: "In comparison to Bundesliga, Champions is currently holiday for us. We really want to win the group"

Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp, while the team is having a hard time finding their way back to Bundesliga first rankings, commented upon forth
 
   Editore: TC&C srl web content publisher since 1994 Partita IVA 01488100510