Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Jun 28, 2019
How Ndombele fits at Spurs, why Fernandes would thrive in PL and Guardiola's priorities
58 min
As Tottenham close in on the club-record signing of Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, the panel examine the impact he could have at Spurs next season (2:12). They also discuss Chelsea's potential signing of Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic and where things stand on Frank Lampard's expected return to Stamford Bridge (9:28). Ben Ransom joins the show to provide an update on Manchester City's pursuits of Leicester defender Harry Maguire and Atletico Madrid midfielder Rodri (15:00). With Benfica's highly-rated attacking midfielder Joao Felix set to join Atletico Madrid, Portuguese football expert Felipe Dias explains why he is worth £112m as well as providing insight into what the future may hold for Premier League target Bruno Fernandes (29:50). Finally, the panel discuss where Manchester United may look to strengthen next after clinching a deal to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace (43:05).
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