English Premier League 2014-15 Transfer News: Estheban Cambiasso To Leicester

by Rory Kernaghan | Posted on Friday, August 29th, 2014 | 0

With just two days left before the close of the summer transfer window in the English Premier League, expect thrills and spills this weekend. So far the biggest season’s signing is the £60 million deal sealed by Manchester United for Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria. Something tells me there is much more to come. Check out the latest in transfer news and rumours for the Barclay’s English Premier League.


Former Inter Milan midfielder Estheban Cambiasso played for a decade in Italy, winning the Champions League with Internazionale in 2009-10, as well as five Serie A titles. After becoming a free agent this season, Cambiasso has signed for Premier League side Leicester City. The Argentine international midfielder has been capped more than 50 times by his Country, and once played part of the Real Madrid team along side David Beckham and Zinedine Zidane.

The Foxes manager Nigel Pearson has certainly made his club’s best signing of the season, as they capture a truly solid midfielder in Cambiasso. Elswhere in the League, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is yet to confirm Fernando Torres’ departure from the Blues. Torres is being heavily linked to a Serie A move, to former champions AC Milan.


Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly is being linked to Aston Villa and Valencia, so chances are he will be leaving struggling former champions Utd in the near future. Also being linked to a move is Javier Hernandez, as the Red Devils look to sweeten their bid for Arturo Vidal from Juventus. The club has shown massive interest in Vidal, although Juve has stated he will be staying in Turan.

£15 Million 2013 Man U signing Wilfred Zaha has left Old Trafford, for his old club Crystal Palace. Zaha made two appearances for United, making him technically £7.5 mil per games, and he goes on Loan to his former London club. Former Liverpool player Xabi Alonso is leaving his new club Real Madrid, in a big deal to German giants Bayern Munich. The fee is said to be around 30 Million Euros for Alonso.

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