The 2019/20 Premier League season extended due to the coronavirus outbreak, the timeframe has shifted for clubs wanting to buy and sell.

Watford transfer news

Watford captain Troy Deeney revealed he would undergo surgery on a troublesome knee in the coming days, conceded he was unsure of his immediate future.

“I will be having a knee operation next week, Clubs can go in different directions and players can. If that is my last game, I am happy I went out on my shield. I am a simple man. Did I go out and do everything I could? Yes. Was it good enough? No.”


“We are working on this, we know and everyone knows the squad has to be improved. We have time to think about this and we have improve it before new season starts.  We know the market is open until October 5 but I don’t know if it’s possible to have the squad ready when we start in the middle of August. It will be the best scenario possible,” Ancelotti said.


“I think you have got to remember that the club spent £200million [recently]. We’ll try and add to it if we can, if we can’t we’ll go with what we’ve got and there are a lot who can improve and a lot who have since lockdown, Micky Antonio is an example of that. We’ll try and get the best out of the players and if we can add to it we will do,” David Moyes.


Harry Kane seems to have confirmed Jan Vertonghen‘s departure from the club, with his contract running out this summer…


Premier League champions Liverpool are eyeing Leicester winger Harvey Barnes, and Leicester will not be letting Barnes go cheaply.


Borussia Dortmund are said to be holding out for at least £90million.The Bundesliga club are reportedly moving to buy Lille and France attacking midfielder Jonathan Ikone, 22, as a replacement for Sancho.


Liverpool reportedly ask about Schalke’s highly rated centre-back Ozan Kabak.


“He’s proved an awful lot of people wrong, this is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer saying my methods work, my coaching staff are learning alongside the players and it’s a line in the sand which says better times are coming for Manchester United. It’s a bright outlook for Man Utd. 

“But he’ll also say I’m not resting on my laurels, this is a journey. And what he’s trying to say is they haven’t achieved anything yet. When you look at his CV, and what he achieved as a player, he’s right. Third spot in the Premier League is an amazing achievement but it’s not silverware, it’s not titles and it’s a long way off Manchester City and Liverpool,” Cooper said.

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