Transfer News 04/01/14

With the transfer window open there has been plenty of speculation in the press about various Sporting players as well as some concrete news as well. Here’s a recap of any recent developments:

Elias today trained with the B team after his return from Flamengo and thus now finds him in the same position as Jeffrén Suárez and Zakaria Labyad with all three players likely to leave soon.

There are plenty of rumours surrounding Kelechi Iheanacho possibly moving to Sporting. The club are said to be set to make a €300,000 bid for the the Nigerian U-17 starlet who is currently at the Taye Academy. There have plenty plenty of rumours since the midfielder impressed in the U-17 World Cup with Manchester City, Porto, Monaco, Arsenal, Udinese and Chelsea are just a small fraction of the clubs he has been linked to recently.

Victor Golas looks set to be set for a contract extension shortly. The Brazilian goalkeeper is currently on loan at Corona Braşov. The club are looking to tie the goalkeeper down until 2017.

Alexis Escudero, signed from Sporting’s new feeder club Real Cartagena, is set to join up in Lisbon at the end of the month. José Dominguez’s club has just started their pre-season.

There’s plenty of rumours around loan moves from B team players the latest have suggested Nuno Reis may join up on loan with Ricardo Sá Pinto at OFI Crete as well as the possibility of Ricardo Esgaio joining up with Cercle Brugge.

Fabián Rinaudo has been in Italy this weekend as he negotiates with Catania.

William Carvalho is still hugely featured in any British paper’s transfer rumour section with Manchester United having monitored the player intensively recently.

In some other news:

Daniel Carriço is set to make his loan deal to Sevilla from Reading permanent and the transfer fee of €1.5m will see Sporting get €75,000. Better than nothing.

Bruno de Carvalho has stated that the door will always be open for Cristiano Ronaldo to return to the Alvalade. Of course, it’s not going to happen just yet.

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