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BBC Gossip Column Debunked – Issue 22

It is absolutely boiling here in London, so much so that my arm is getting a sun tan from the window while I write this piece, promise me one thing read this and then go out and top up your tan/go to the pub/have a dip in the swimming pool (choose whichever is applicable) With that said here is another thick slab of transfer rumour debunking

Gossip in standard font, my thoughts are in bold

Inter Milan want to make Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez, 28, the “poster boy” for the club’s new era. (Gazzetta dello Sport, via Daily Mirror) Would Alexis Sanchez really entertain a move back to Serie A, can Inter Milan really match his ambitions both on the pitch and financially

Stoke City face a wait to sign Fabian Delph, 27, as the midfielder needs to sort out contractual issues at Manchester City before they will release him. (Stoke Sentinel) Surely Manchester City are not going to stand in the way of Delph moving on, this will be seen as just a slight hiccup and nothing more

QPR have agreed to sell 18-year-old winger Josh Bowler to Everton in a deal worth up to £4m. (London Evening Standard) Shame his first name isn’t Tom really

The Toffees want to bring 19-year-old Wolfsburg forward Anton Donkor back to the club on loan after his spell at Goodison Park was cut short last season. (Liverpool Echo) Put a Donkor on it…

Championship side Sunderland hope to bring West Ham winger Robert Snodgrass, 29, to the Stadium of Light. (Newcastle Chronicle) Talk about your career going backwards in the space of 12 months

Watford could move for Napoli left-back Ivan Strinic, 29, and 26-year-old Sassuolo striker Gregoire Defrel. (Sky Italia, via Hertfordshire Mercury) They could do but it will be just another couple of players who move to Watford that no-one has ever really heard of

West Ham are confident forward Manuel Lanzini, 24, will sign a new contract worth £70,000 a week. (London Evening Standard) Sounds about his worth to be honest, needs to be more consistent if he really wants to earn more that or move on

Manchester City have been awarded a fee worth up to £1.75m for 17-year-old striker Tyrese Campbell. The son of former Arsenal and Everton forward Kevin Campbell left the club for Stoke City last summer. (Manchester Evening News) Small change to them really when you think about it

Middlesbrough are interested in signing 24-year-old Derby County defender Cyrus Christie. (Derby Telegraph) Garry Monk is starting the rebuilding job at The Riverside Stadium, although not sure where they got with Johnny Howson though

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