Southampton have agreed a £12million fee with Celtic for the signature of Victor Wanyama (pictured above left). However, the signing of the Kenyan is far from completed with Cardiff City also reportedly very interested in signing the footballer after allegedly putting in a bid of £10million.
On top of that, there are transfer rumors of Victor Wanyama’s agent demanding a king’s ransom in an agent fee before the deal is finalized, so don’t be surprised if this transfer saga drags on and on.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Southampton talk to Victor Wanyama after agreeing £12m fee — BBC Sport
- Swansea and Norwich vie for signature of Birmingham’s Nathan Redmond — The Guardian
- Liverpool taking big strides in redeveloping Anfield to help them catch up with rivals — Telegraph
- Plans unveiled for Anfield redevelopment and regeneration of local area — Sky Sports
- Juventus officials fly into Manchester for talks over Carlos Tevez transfer — The Mail
- Joe Kinnear attempts to salvage relationship with Newcastle fans — The Guardian
- Manchester City give up on tempting Isco away from Real Madrid move — The Independent
- Rupert Murdoch kicked out The Sun’s editor to score a paywall goal — The Guardian
- Everton defender Tony Hibbert makes the front cover of Angling Times — Off The Post
- Andre Villas-Boas says he is no longer close to Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho — The Mail
- Premier League: ITN to produce Sun and Times highlights packages — The Guardian
- Brek Shea posted then quickly deleted this very American photo — Deadspin
- Sunderland boss Paolo di Canio ready to listen to offers for Stephane Sessegnon — The Mirror
- David Dunn signs a new one-year contract with Championship club Blackburn Rovers — BBC Sport
- Birmingham have signed free agent Tom Adeyemi on a two-year contract — Sky Sports
- Wolves put Karl Henry, Jamie O’Hara, Roger Johnson and Stephen Ward on transfer list — BBC Sport
- Jon Stead has rejoined Huddersfield Town after agreeing a two-year contract — Sky Sports
- Alvaro Negredo wants to leave and that Atletico are one of the clubs interested in the striker — Sky Sports
- Brazil ‘will definitely host World Cup’ — BBC Sport
- USA bounces back against France in U-20’s World Cup — FOX Soccer
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