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Transfer Talk is a podcast from Sky Sports News which will feature debate and analysis from some of the most well connected reporters in the football world throughout the summer window.We will be digging into all the biggest storylines, both in the Premier League and around Europe, as we keep you up to date on all the latest developments.Join our host Pete Graves and his guests every week.
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What does the future hold for Neymar? French football writer Jonathan Johnson joins the show (1:51) to discuss the Brazilian’s future after Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain officials held talks on Tuesday.With the new La Liga season starting on Friday, we get a full preview from Terry Gibson (15:39), who tells us why Real Madrid desperately need a centre midfielder (21:55), assesses the transfer business done by Real’s city rivals Atletico (29:27) and the players to look out for this season (32:25).Former Celtic striker Charlie Nicholas delivers his damning verdict (34:25) after the club crashed out of the Champions League in the third round qualifier to Romanian side Cluj and tells us where Neil Lennon’s side must go from here.The panel also discuss the new signings who impressed on the opening weekend of the Premier League (46:22), why Manchester United must keep Alexis Sanchez and Paul Pogba (46:15), and if Giovani Lo Celso can replace Christian Eriksen at Tottenham (57:10).Plus, Dharmesh Sheth keeps us across all of the done deals and those that could happen in the final few remaining weeks of the European transfer window (63:37).
Were Manchester United right to sell Romelu Lukaku without signing a replacement? ESPN's Mark Ogden joins the show to analyse the club's recruitment strategy. Arsenal provided the biggest shocks on Deadline Day - and the Evening Standard's chief football correspondent James Olley reveals how a 'ruthless' new approach to transfers has seen them boost top-four hopes. Across North London there was plenty of business at Tottenham, too, but we reveal how one of their big Deadline Day deals almost collapsed in the final hours. And can any team break the stranglehold of the top six? We look at the potential surprise packages in the Premier League.
With Manchester United considering a late move for Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen, the panel discuss the ramifications of such a deal and who Spurs will target to replace him if he leaves. Following Wayne Rooney's shock move to Derby County, Sky Sports News reporter Rob Dorsett explains why the former England captain has made the switch to Pride Park and how the Championship side plan to finance the deal. Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano joins the show once again to provide updates on Romelu Lukaku, Paul Pogba, Paulo Dybala and Joao Cancelo. Sky Sports News reporter Alan Myers discusses the potential late moves for Everton, while the panel assess Wilfried Zaha's situation and the targets for Crystal Palace ahead of Deadline Day. There's also news on Arsenal, Liverpool, Bournemouth, West Ham, Brighton and Burnley.
We get the inside story on the proposed Romelu Lukaku-Paulo Dybala swap deal as we talk to Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano (02:30). He also discusses Manchester City's pursuit of Joao Cancelo, Everton's move for Moise Kean and Antonio Conte's frustrations at Inter Milan. Belgian football journalist Kristof Terreur returns to give us the view on Lukaku's situation (21:00) and addresses concerns around Eden Hazard, after he reportedly turned up to Real Madrid's pre-season overweight. The panel discuss Manchester United's move for Harry Maguire after they agree an £80m deal with Leicester for the defender (37:30). We hear about Tottenham's move for Bruno Fernandes as the panel analyse how he would fit in under Mauricio Pochettino, whose strong words about the club's transfer policy are discussed (41:00). Arsenal's transfer activity is assessed after they sign Nicolas Pepe (51:30), and despite signing 12 players this summer, we hear why Aston Villa's spending is not over yet (57:25).
With a two-way fight happening between Juventus and Inter Milan for Romelu Lukaku, Paul Gilmour gives an update on the striker's chances of leaving for Italy (01:15). The panel also discuss whether Paulo Dybala could join Manchester United as part of a swap deal (08:15) and look at what a failed move would mean for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side. Nicolas Pepe's imminent arrival at Arsenal is also on the agenda as the panel analyses how he would fit in at the Emirates (11:07). ESPN's Spanish football journalist Dermot Corrigan returns to provide the latest on Gareth Bale's situation at Real Madrid, why his move to China fell through and what options the forward has left (15:42). And after Real's poor form in pre-season, Dermot explains why the La Liga club may have strengthened their interest in Paul Pogba (21:38). There's an update on Everton's pursuit of Wilfried Zaha (29:38) as they move closer to a deal for one of Juventus' brightest young stars (34:38) and search for a replacement for Idrissa Gueye.
With Neymar wanting a return to Barcelona, French football expert Jonathan Johnson explains which players Paris Saint-Germain would be willing to take in a player-plus-cash deal to let the Brazil international leave (1:15). What does Everton's £60m bid for Wilfried Zaha mean for Arsenal and Crystal Palace? The panel discuss where the winger is likely to end up (23:35). Manchester United are still yet to meet Leicester's valuation for Harry Maguire but Dharmesh Sheth explains why Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is pushing Ed Woodward to get a deal done ASAP (32:30). The futures of reported United targets Moussa Demebele, Nicolas Pepe and Bruno Fernandes are discussed as well (41:30). The panel also provide updates on Paulo Dybala, Leroy Sane, Wolves, Newcastle and Aston Villa (50:16).
Gareth Bale must leave Real Madrid, according to his boss Zinedine Zidane and Spanish football journalist Dermot Corrigan explains why the club are willing to take a big financial hit to make it happen (01:27). He also explains how the relationship between Bale and Zidane broke down, and what impact the return of Neymar could have on Lionel Messi staying at Barcelona (13:08). Sky Sports News reporters Dharmesh Sheth and Kaveh Solhekol then zone in on north London to assess Arsenal's activity - with the club after two Tottenham targets (24:00). 'Mr Everton' aka Sky Sports News reporter Al Myers joins the show to explain why new arrivals could mean a major exit at Goodison Park (36:35). The panel discuss whether a potential record-breaking signing at Newcastle could inspire fans once again (44:36) - plus we round up all the other major deals including an update on Manchester United target Bruno Fernandes (46:51).
Host Jo Wilson is joined in the studio by Sky Sports News reporters Dharmesh Sheth and Kaveh Solhekol to discuss all the latest transfer news. Spanish football expert Graham Hunter reveals how Lionel Messi is playing a key role in Barcelona's pursuit of Neymar (01:04). He also discusses the growing tension at Real Madrid over Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba (10:35). Tottenham's business is assessed as they look to offload players and sign a back-up striker (22:00), while Arsenal's hunt for a winger is discussed (28:10). Romelu Lukaku's future is on the agenda after Antonio Conte spoke publically about his desire to bring the forward to Inter Milan (41:13). North East reporter Keith Downie rings in to give us the lowdown on Newcastle after they appointed Steve Bruce as head coach (48:00).
Host Jo Wilson is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Kaveh Solhekol to chat about all the latest transfer news. ESPN senior football writer Mark Ogden also joins the show to discuss possible outgoings at Manchester United and why they may need to sell Romelu Lukaku (01:28). The futures of Paul Pogba and David De Gea are also on the agenda, while the panel discuss the likely destination for Harry Maguire after he told Leicester he wants to leave this summer (15:18). Former Arsenal striker Charlie Nicholas delivers his verdict on the fans statement to owner Stan Kroenke as well as the overall transfer strategy at the club (26:12). Chief News Reporter Bryan Swanson reveals what PSG will demand if they decide to sanction the sale of Neymar (45:10), while the panel discuss West Ham's club-record move for Eintracht Frankfurt striker Sebastien Haller (54:08).
After Inter Milan and Manchester United hold talks over Romelu Lukaku, the panel explain why he will not be sold cheaply and would be difficult to replace (06:23). Sky Italia’s Valentina Fass joins the show to discuss whether Inter can actually afford Lukaku, as well as providing updates on Toby Alderweireld, Matthijs De Ligt and James Rodriguez. With West Ham’s pursuit of Celta Vigo striker Maxi Gomez ending, the Hammers’ move for Eintracht Frankfurt striker Sebastien Haller is discussed (10:16), including whether he would be a good fit in the Premier League. As Aston Villa prepare to take their spending past £100m, Rob Dorsett phones in to assess whether it is money well spent (15:29). The panel assess how Antoine Griezmann will fit at the Nou Camp and whether there is also room for Neymar (34:50). Laurent Koscielny’s refusal to travel on Arsenal’s preseason tour of the USA is also on the agenda (38:58). As is the future of Dani Ceballos, with North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham going head to head to land the rising Spanish star on loan from Real Madrid.
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Gamal Rashed

,)/ jl

Jul 31st
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Steve Coss

dreadful sound quality...

Jun 2nd
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Richard Hazell

this manc fella is so deluded! couldn't even listen to the whole thing he is so annoying

May 22nd
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