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27th Mar 2015

5-Word Transfers: Ronaldo, Reus, Walcott, Llorente, Gomes

Ditch your cornflakes and get your fill of nutritious 5-Word Transfer news...

Ben Kenyon

Manchester United plotting £80m Ronaldo raid?

Manchester United are lining up a huge £80m bid for Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, if reports are to be believed.

Louis van Gaal apparently wants the 30-year-old former Red Devil back at Old Trafford where he spent six successful seasons before moving to the Santiago Bernabeu in 2009.

And United could be ready to offer Ronaldo a whopping £14m a year to tempt him back to Manchester, the Daily Express reports.


Chelsea eyeing £36m-rated Portugal midfielder

Jose Mourinho is targeting a £36m move for Valencia’s 21-year-old playmaker Andre Gomes.

The Chelsea boss is looking to bolster his attacking options this summer and believes the Portugal international is the perfect fit for Stamford Bridge.

But it looks like it will take the big bucks to prize the talented youngster away from the La Liga side, according to the Daily Mirror.

Wenger weighing up bid for Dortmund winger Reus

Arsenal are in the chase for Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus after contract negotiations with Theo Walcott stalled.

Arsene Wenger is sizing up a move for the German who is considered one of Europe’s best young talents, reports the Daily Telegraph.

Chelsea are also reportedly in the hunt for the skillful midfielder who has scored 37 goals in 75 games at Dortmund.

You want more?

*Manchester United are set to reject a £12m bid from Arsenal for defender Chris Smalling. (Manchester Evening News)

*Liverpool are on red alert over Roma playmaker Miralem Pjanic after the 24-year-old Bosnian suggested he wanted out of the Italian club. (Daily Mirror)

*Paris St-Germain have secured a new contract with 20-year-old Manchester United target Marquinhos which will keep the Brazilian at the club until 2019. (Daily Mail)

*Tottenham look set to land 30-year-old Juventus and Spain forward Fernando Llorente in the summer. (Daily Express)