Cruis’n World – Ciro for fifty

Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper, Andrés Palop has announced that he will retire at the end of the season.


Lima nets brace as SL Benfica beat Olhanense 2-0 to win their 33rd Portuguese league title.

Manchester City are eyeing £18m-rated Monaco left-back Layvin Kurzawa (21) as an alternative to Luke Shaw, who is tipped to join Manchester United.

Welinton Souza Silva, Dener and Reginaldo Lopes join Coritiba FC.

According to Hakan Çalhanoğlu’s agent, the Hamburg midfielder may join Real Madrid in the summer.

According to Inter Channel, On-loan FC Porto defender Rolando Jorge Pires Fonseca who has justed scored for Inter against Parma FC, wants to make his stay in Serie A permanent

According to Estadio Deportivo, Sevilla FC are interested in Malaga midfielder Sergi Darder

Manchester City FC are interested in signing Everton reject Shkodran Mustafi of U.C. SampdoriaJuventus FC also want i Blucerchiati‘s 22 year old German defender.


FC Luzern have announced the signing of winger Claudio Holenstein from FC Wil. The 23 year old winger has signed a contract until 2017.

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim are interested in FC Bayern left-back Diego Contento

Tuttosport say Torino FC show interest in signing Khouma el Babacar and Federico Bernardeschi 

Former Toffees manager Joe Royle could be set for an Everton return and join Roberto Martinez’s backroom staff. 

CD O’Higgins goalkeeper Felipe Ochagavía, 20, tells La Tercera he has been handed a two-week trial by Chelsea FC. 

Eredivisie side SC Heerenveen want FC Baník Ostrava’s 22 year old goalkeeper Jiří Pavlenka. Several clubs in Poland also want the talented goalkeeper, according to Dziennikpolski

An American consortium, fronted by two billionaires, wants to buy Aston Villa in a possible £200m takeover but only if they stay in the Premier League.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, Serie A side SS Lazio want FC Viktoria Plzeň’s 24 year old striker Tomáš Wágner

Juventus and Sevilla are looking to FC Twente striker Luc Castaignos, according to AS.


PSG, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund are all interested in Fiorentina’s Juan Cuadrado, according to La Nazione


Reading FC are expecting Sevilla FC to take up the option of turning Daniel Carriço’s loan into a permanent deal. In an interview with the Reading Post, Reading FC director of football, Nick Hammond spoke about the negotiations between the two clubs and he couldn’t be happier for the player.

“I have a potential deal in place with Sevilla for him. I am pleased because he’s a fantastic boy and he’s gone there and played very well. He’s a very well respected player in their group. Sevilla have an option to buy. He’s done very well, so the assumption would be that they will take that option up.”

Daniel-Carriço-Sevilla-FC-Europa-League According to Eindhovens Dagblad (ED), Mark van Bommel will join PSV’s technical staff. Former Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy will be Darije Kalezić’s assistant for PSV Reserves.


Napoli are in negotiations with Genoa CFC to sign Italy striker Alberto Gilardino  According to Reprezentacija.Ba, Juventus FC have reached an agreement with Lazio wingback Senad Lulić, and now will have to negotiate a transfer fee with SS Lazio. The Bosnian is on the verge of signing a 5 year deal with Juventus.


Galatasaray S.K. want Beşiktaş’ Austrian midfielder Veli Kavlak


Juventus could ask for Mats Hummels in exchange for 50% of Ciro Immobile’s transfer rights.

“There is contact with Dortmund, yes, but no official offer,” Immobile’s agent Marco Sommella, told Sueddeutsche Zeitung. “Ciro has been scouted by BVB for some time now, and of course he would like to join such a big club.”

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