Trasnfers Rumors: Central Defense

It has been ten days since I finished a new season of the Premier League, and it’s time to start planning what will be the next season.

After a season with enough ups and downs, and with a happy ending, as has been qualified for the preliminary stage of the Champions League, plays restructure our workforce, determining which are the positions to strengthen and give out to players with whom no we will tell.

Initial reports indicate that the club is moving to strengthen their central defense. In this line, there are several fronts:

– Johan Djourou. After assignment to Hannover 96, the Swiss international has completed a total of 14 games in the Bundesliga. The reports were favorable. Contract Expires in 2015. At 26 it’s time to give you the confidence to be part of the team or complete a salidad that favors both the club and the player. The price could be around 4MM pounds.

– Sébastien Squillaci. The French player of 32 years, out of contract this season. Not be renewed.

– Ignasi Miquel. Of the young players, is the only one that guarantees a project seems to be part of the team’s future. It would be interesting the possibility of getting an assignment to a team in the Premier League or Spanish League so you can enjoy more minutes at the highest level.

– Thomas Vermaelen. The Belgian player situation is quite delicate because all his injury problems. He has been losing his place in the starting lineup in favor of the pairing of Koscielny and Mertesacker, today preferred by Arsene Wenger. There has always been interest in hiring by teams like FC Barcelona, and could be a time for output. Your price could be close to 12MM pounds.

Many potential candidates are those who go out from now. At the moment we have several names: Martin Skrtel (Liverpool) and Ashley Williams (Swansea).

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