Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Oct 6, 2020
Deadline Day winners & losers, why Cavani doesn't fit Utd's philosophy & is it Partey time for Arteta?
1 hr 7 min
After a dramatic transfer deadline day, Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by German football expert Raphael Honigstein to discuss the winners and losers from a frenetic final 24 hours in the market (05:15). The panel assess Manchester United's final day acquisitions of Edinson Cavani and Alex Telles (23:25) and if their arrivals will signal an upturn in fortunes following the club's poor start to the new season (29:34). Dharmesh and Raphael analyse the failures behind United's bid to sign Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund (33:20). They also examine the biggest deal of the day – Arsenal's £45m signing of midfielder Thomas Partey (47:34), with Raphael analysing Arsenal's prospects under Mikel Arteta this season. Plus, there's news from Tottenham, Everton, Leeds, West Ham, Celtic, Rangers and much more, including Pete's final thought (59:19).
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