Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Jan 4, 2019
Why Chelsea must fight to keep Hudson-Odoi, could Defoe swing the SPL title race and the inside track on PSG's January plans
1 hr 1 min
Chelsea's battle to hold on to Callum Hudson-Odoi is hot on the agenda for host Pete Graves, who is joined by Sky Sports News reporter Michael Bridge and features writer Pete Hall (2:06). We hear from Maurizio Sarri, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, Mauricio Pochettino and many more Premier League managers on their January transfer plans (10:57). Kris Boyd phones in from Scotland to analyse Jermain Defoe's shock move to Rangers and what it could mean for Celtic in the Scottish title race (26:02). Bournemouth didn't take long to replace Defoe - we'll discuss Dominic Solanke's £19m move from Liverpool (40:28). French football journalist Jonathan Johnson dials in to tell us the potential ins and outs at PSG, with Adrien Rabiot, Aaron Ramsey and Toby Alderweireld among the names discussed (43:28).
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