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Cristiano Ronaldo exit: Six potential transfer targets to replace Real Madrid star, including Arsenal & Chelsea attackers News

Category: Euro news

  • Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly wants out of Real Madrid
  • Zinedine Zidane’s side have been linked with a host of forwards recently
  • Could a transfer raid on Arsenal, Chelsea or Tottenham be on?
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With shock reports from AS that Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo is pushing for a transfer at the end of this season, it could be time for president Florentino Perez to get his chequebook out.

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Five left-backs who could replace Alberto Moreno at Liverpool; including three Englishmen

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Alberto Moreno’s disastrous Europa League final performance as Liverpool lost 3-1 to Sevilla has arguably left him facing an uncertain future at Anfield.

As Reds legend Jamie Carragher put on Twitter before quickly deleting his post, according to The Independent, the Reds need to “sign a f****** left-back”.

Carragher could get his wish this summer when Jurgen Klopp enters the transfer market. CaughtOffside has identified five players who could replace the Spaniard…

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Jonas Hector

The Cologne defender is probably the left-back who has been most heavily tipped for Anfield in recent months. The Express reported in March that he could be available for as little as £12m.

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Five players left in limbo after missing out on Deadline Day transfers, including Chelsea & Arsenal fringe men

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While many players will spend the remainder of the 2015-16 season with new clubs, several big names will be left sitting on the cold, hard bench after failing to complete January transfers.

From a Chelsea backup to West Bromwich Albion’s prized asset, a lot of players were left in a state of pure limbo after all of the Deadline Day transfers were finalised.

Here are the individuals who are likely to be most disappointed with how the transfer window turned out for them…

5. Loic Remy

Rumoured to be an £11.5m target for Leicester City, Remy, who was also linked with Tottenham Hotspur, will likely find game time at Chelsea even harder to come by now following the arrival of Alexandre Pato. He can wave goodbye to Euro 2016!

4. Kieran Gibbs

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Top 10 Bosman moves: Best players to move under ruling including Andrea Pirlo and Robert Lewandowski

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Twenty years ago today, Jean-Marc Bosman changed the landscape of football as he emerged victorious from a case in which it was decided that players could move for free once their contracts had expired.

In the two decades since, numerous players have taken advantage of the new system and moved on to further their career elsewhere after failing to secure a new deal.

Here are 10 of the best that have moved on a Bosman ruling:

Brad Friedel

The American goalkeeper left Liverpool in 2000 and went on to spend eight years with Blackburn Rovers. During that spell he missed just four league matches in seven seasons as he established himself as one of the best performing and most consistent players in the Premier League.

Markus Babbel

Widely considered one of the best players in his position i...

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Moyes sacked: Five Premier League clubs that should look at ex-Manchester United boss, including Chelsea

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News broke on Monday that David Moyes had been sacked by Real Sociedad following a string of poor results.

The Scottish coach leaves La Real sitting 18th in the Spanish top flight, having won only two and losing six of their opening 11 matches.

While Moyes’s reputation may be at a low following his failings in Spain and his high-profile struggles at Manchester United, but he surely has enough experience and clout to make a difference to a Premier League side needing a new face and a fresh impetus.

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