Sunday,November 27,2022

Premier League top six transfer round-up for today

We’re almost halfway through the January window and not much has happened by way of exciting deals and moves. But the Premier League has hottened up at both sides of the table, and with the other leagues resuming as well, there is all the chance that the last 15 days could bring some interesting transfer deals. With that in mind, let us take a look at the top transfer stories for the day for each of the Premier League’s top six sides…

#6 Manchester United

Former player only training in Manchester, not there to be signed up

Ex-Manchester United striker Giuseppe Rossi was seen training at Carrington this month after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer invited him to train with his team. The 31-year-old made just 14 first-team appearances under Sir Alex Ferguson before leaving the Red Devils in 2007, moving to Villarreal after a difficult time in England. The Italian is currently without a club, having been released by Genoa in the summer.

But Solskjaer made no bones about the fact that United would not be snapping up the veteran on a free transfer in January. “We’re not gonna sign Giuseppe, I think, but he’s trained well with us,” said Solskjaer. “He has looked sharp. He’s looking for a club so he’s probably going to stay for another week with us unless someone takes him. He scored a fantastic goal in training and the gaffer turns around and says ‘What about that son!’ It’s helping him to get fit for his next move so if there are any takers it should be quick.”

We’re almost halfway through the January window and not much has happened by way of exciting deals and moves. But the Premier League has hottened up at both sides of the table, and with the other leagues resuming as well, there is all the chance that the last 15 days could bring some interesting transfer deals. With that in mind, let us take a look at the top transfer stories for the day for each of the Premier League’s top six sides…

#6 Manchester United

Former player only training in Manchester, not there to be signed up

Ex-Manchester United striker Giuseppe Rossi was seen training at Carrington this month after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer invited him to train with his team. The 31-year-old made just 14 first-team appearances under Sir Alex Ferguson before leaving the Red Devils in 2007, moving to Villarreal after a difficult time in England. The Italian is currently without a club, having been released by Genoa in the summer.

But Solskjaer made no bones about the fact that United would not be snapping up the veteran on a free transfer in January. “We’re not gonna sign Giuseppe, I think, but he’s trained well with us,” said Solskjaer. “He has looked sharp. He’s looking for a club so he’s probably going to stay for another week with us unless someone takes him. He scored a fantastic goal in training and the gaffer turns around and says ‘What about that son!’ It’s helping him to get fit for his next move so if there are any takers it should be quick.”

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We’re almost halfway through the January window and not much has happened by way of exciting deals and moves. But the Premier League has hottened up at both sides of the table, and with the other leagues resuming as well, there is all the chance that the last 15 days could bring some interesting transfer deals. With that in mind, let us take a look at the top transfer stories for the day for each of the Premier League’s top six sides…

#6 Manchester United

Former player only training in Manchester, not there to be signed up

Ex-Manchester United striker Giuseppe Rossi was seen training at Carrington this month after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer invited him to train with his team. The 31-year-old made just 14 first-team appearances under Sir Alex Ferguson before leaving the Red Devils in 2007, moving to Villarreal after a difficult time in England. The Italian is currently without a club, having been released by Genoa in the summer.

But Solskjaer made no bones about the fact that United would not be snapping up the veteran on a free transfer in January. “We’re not gonna sign Giuseppe, I think, but he’s trained well with us,” said Solskjaer. “He has looked sharp. He’s looking for a club so he’s probably going to stay for another week with us unless someone takes him. He scored a fantastic goal in training and the gaffer turns around and says ‘What about that son!’ It’s helping him to get fit for his next move so if there are any takers it should be quick.”

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