Friday, August 31, 2012


 Check out the done deals on this last day of the transfer market.

13.32: DONE DEAL: Maicon has joined Manchester City. Gareth Bale's doing a little jig as we speak.

13.30: BREAKING NEWS: Tottenham have agreed a £22million fee for Porto playmaker Joao Moutinho. Boom! Further details yet to unravel, but this is a potentially huge coup for the north Londoners.

13.28: Stephane Mbia is on his way to London to sign for QPR. But there's something far more interesting coming your way in one moment... (wait for it).

13.22: In other news: Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky has lost his case against fellow billionaire Roman Abramovich. Will that news propel the Blues back into the transfer market? Roman's got a few spare billion at his disposal now!

13.20: DONE DEAL: Celta Vigo confirm the signing of Park Chu-young from Arsenal. He will be presented at 5pm Spanish time tonight.

13.18: Danny Rose is heading to the Sunderland from Tottenham, but  Jermaine Jenas's move to the Stadium of Light is off, despite clubs agreeing a deal. Martin O’Neill still hoping to revive deal and convince former Newcastle midfielder to move to North east.

13.12: DONE DEAL: Swindon have signed Swansea City defender Fede Bessone on a six-month contract.

13.07: Danny Rose is Martin O'Neill's fifth summer signing following the arrivals of Carlos Cueller, Louis Saha, Steven Fletcher and Adam Johnson. O'Neill is now hoping to secure a permanent deal for Spurs midfielder Jermaine Jenas.

12.54: DONE DEAL: Tottenham full-back Danny Rose has joined Sunderland on a season-long loan.

12.53: DONE DEAL: Chris David - the Holland youth international - has joined Fulham from FC Twente

12.45: DONE DEAL: Charlie Adam has completed his switch from Liverpool to Stoke.

12.16: DONE DEAL: Scott Sinclair has completed his switch to Manchester City.
On confirming his move to the champions, he said: 'I'm just glad everything is settled and that I'm now a City player. There were times when I thought it might not happen so I'm relieved that I'm here and I can't wait to get started.
'Playing alongside some of the best players in the world is exciting for me and when you see two Champions League fixtures against Real Madrid on the horizon, it brings it all home.'

12.08: Rafael van der Vaart has now landed in Germany as he arrives for his medical. Still nothing coming out of White hart Lane regarding replacements, but there are 11 hours to go - an eternity in the north Londonders' eyes.

12.00: Right, any players who complete their deals after this point will NOT be eligible to play in the weekend's fixtures. Have some of that.

More to come later


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