Transfer Rumors: Weekly Recap

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Foxes Face Competition For 22 Year Old Star!

Leandro Paredes has reportedly gained the interest of both Leicester and Zenit. The Russian side have already made a bid of about £12 million, but this is expected to be turned down. The player is valued at £18 million, and while the Foxes are yet to make a bid, we can expect them to splash some of that winner’s cash on this young talent with a bright future.

Shkodran Mustafi Move Not Yet Complete?

The German defender has been targeted by Arsenal for quite some time, as Wenger will be looking for someone to replace injured Per Mertesacker and Gabriel, as well as add some much-needed depth to the squad. It was thought earlier that the move was nearly done, but it turned out the player had not yet agreed to personal terms with the club. This news comes following Arsenal’s 4-3 defeat to Liverpool, where anyone could see that another more experienced center back in the defense was truly needed.

Mangala Leaving Manchester?

The French international made a move from Porto to City for £42 million in August of 2014, but has yet to live up to that hefty price tag. Eliaquim Mangala has reportedly told his agent that he wishes to leave the Ethiad. This news comes just after John Stones’ move to City was confirmed, putting Mangala’s position in jeopardy. City has received interest for the player from multiple clubs, including AC Milan and Valencia. However, no terms or fees have been agreed on due to the player’s wages. It’s more likely than not that City will loan out the player and give the team an option to buy him at the end of the season.

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