Gossip Column: Sirigu, Totti, Saul, Borini, Muriel, Banega, Aubameyang, Pavon, Doumbia


Wednesday, 28th June 2017

PSG‘s goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu will end his nightmare spell at Paris, as the Italian goalkeeper will join Torino once the transfer market opens. He spent last season on loan at Sevilla and Osasuna.

Francesco Totti retired from football at the end of last season, but several exotic sides have offered him the chance to extend his career. The latest are Tokyo Verdy, a club from the Japanese J-League 2.
Yahoo Sports

Saul Niguez has become a hot commodity in the transfer market thanks to his impressive displays in the European U-21 Championship,  but the Atletico Madrid midfielder once again said he is not looking to leave Los Colchoneros this summer.

AC Milan continue to be a major player in the transfer market, and they are set to sign Sunderland’s Fabio Borini after the completion of a medical in the coming days.
Sky Sports

Sevilla are set to land Sampdoria’s striker Luis Muriel on a reported €20 million fee.

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang wants to leave Borussia Dortmund, but he has a shortlist of teams he would like to sign for. Apparently that doesn’t matter in China, as another Chinese Super League club, this time being Tianjin Quanjian, has submitted a bid to sign the Dortmund star.

It has been reported over the past few days, but now it’s official: Ever Banega has sealed his return to Sevilla on a three-year deal from Inter Milan. The transfer fee is believed to be around €9 million.

Skilled winger Cristian Pavon is set to leave Boca Juniors and there are lots of European teams interested in his services. FC Porto, Benfica, Napoli, Zenit and Sporting Lisbon are all fighting for his signature…
O Jogo

…although it seems the Russian Premier League outfit is leading the chase for the 21-year-old, since they are willing to meet Boca’s €18 million release clause.
TyC Sports

AS Roma remain quite busy in the transfer market, and their latest transfer target comes from Switzerland as they are keen to sign Seydou Doumbia. The Ivorian striker was the league’s top scorer with FC Basel last season.
Corriere Dello Sport