The transfer market is going crazy as the new season fast approaches. We have been hearing reports of some crazy last-minute negotiations, and deals. Here’s all the latest news you need to know about the transfer Market.

Alex Song moves to Rubin Kazan

The Cameroonian international have completed his switch from FC Barcelona to Rubin Kazan. The defensive Mid fielder who was on loan last season to West Ham United has signed a 2 year deal with the Russian club.

Halilovic leaves Barcelona for Hamburg

The young Croatian Prodigy who was hailed as the next Leo Messi has left Barcelona to join Hamburg in Germany for a £4.2million move. However Barcelona had inserted a buy back clause in the contract to buy the player back next season.


He spent the last season on loan at  Sporting Gijon, where he was a regular starter however he never showed the true potential that every one wanted of the lad, and hence Barcelona decided to off load him.

Wijnaldum Joins Liverpool

Georginio Wijnaldum join Liverpool in California this weekend, after agreeing a five-year, £75,000 a week contract.  Wijnaldum will have a medical on Friday, after his club Newcastle agreed a fee of £23m. The deal is soon to be announced officialy.

Gotze Returns to Dortmund

As we reported earlier that there is strong chance of Gotze returning to Dortmund  and looks like our sources were right. Borussia Dortmund have resigned Mario Götze from Bayern Munich on a four-year deal for €26m (£21.7m), three seasons after the attacking midfielder left Signal Iduna Park. Gotze who was one of the fist signing by Pep Guaridola after taking over Allianz Arena , But have since been mostly benched and used as a substitute.

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It would be interesting to see how the fans react to this, most of the fans consider him as villain for leaving Dortmund and joining Bayern, He posted a message in the FB for Dortmund fans saying

When I was 2013 from BVB TO FC Bayern Munich am changed, it was a conscious decision, behind the I don’t want to hide today.
Now, three years later and with 24 years ago, now I look with other eyes on my former decision. I can well understand, therefore, that you don’t understand my decision. Today, I would also like that I’m sure you will not meet again!
Now, if I’m not sure the easy way back in my homeland Dortmund leave, I would like to try to make all people – even those who don’t me with open arms – by power to convince.
It is my goal, again, my best to play soccer. For all of us, the club and the bvb fans.