Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Jun 19, 2018
Could Fekir to Liverpool be back on, which PL club is after Mexican sensation Lozano and who are Leeds targeting?
57 min
Host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Michael Bridge to discuss the possibility of a fresh move from Liverpool for Nabil Fekir (04:45) and what the future holds for Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere (12:45). The panel then chat about the uncertainty facing Antonio Conte at Chelsea and the reservations the club has over prospective new boss Maurizio Sarri (18:22). Mexico World Cup star Hirving Lozano is next on the agenda amid interest from a Premier League club (26:34). Sky Sports News reporter Tim Thornton phones in to discuss who Leeds are trying to sign following the appointment of Marcelo Bielsa (36:58) before the panel wrap up the rest of the transfer news (44:42) with updates on Jorginho, Rui Patricio, James Maddison, Issa Diop, Joe Allen and Paddy McNair.
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