The winter transfer window is closed. But even in the transfer-free period, the rumor mill is churning. The transfer rumors on March 6th.
Manchester City were interested in Hajduk Split’s Croatian talent Luka Vuskovic, according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano. The 16-year-old centre-back already plays for Hajduk’s first team – and that’s unlikely to change, at least in the near future. Despite City’s alleged interest, Vuskovic extended his contract until 2026.
Chelsea are apparently considering bringing Tammy Abraham back. That reports The Athletic. The 25-year-old forward joined AS Roma in 2021 for €40m in hopes of more match practice. According to the report, Chelsea have a €80m buyback option from July. Manchester United scouts are said to have regularly observed the striker over the course of the season. Abraham scored 34 goals in 87 competitive games for Roma.
Angel Di Maria
The Argentine’s contract expires next summer, and Juventus would like to extend the cooperation. “He’s an important player and we always want to keep important players. We’re talking to Di María, […] we conduct the negotiations behind the scenes, […] but we’re confident.”
In the current season, Di Maria has appeared in 23 competitive games, in which he was involved in a total of 14 goals.
The keeper would like to stay at Borussia Mönchengladbach. He confirmed that to table football. “I would like to stay longer, maybe as a goalkeeping coach. The family feels at home here.”
In 2022/23 the goalkeeper made six appearances with the foals. Behind Jonas Omlin, who was committed in winter, Sippel is only number two at Gladbach.
VfB Oldenburg has reacted to the sporting decline and parted ways with its coach. The 41-year-old led Lower Saxony into the 3rd division last year. For the time being, assistant coach and ex-second division player Frank Löning has taken over the supervision of the team.
“We’re in a very difficult sporting situation, haven’t won in seven games and see it as our duty to do everything we can to keep up the class,” said Sebastian Schachten, Oldenburg’s sporting director.