Transfer Rumours - July 10

By Luke Hatfield | Football | Published: brings you all the latest transfer talk from Wolves, West Brom, Aston Villa and Walsall.

Gary Cahill

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The talk surrounding Edson Alvarez is continuing to mention Wolves, with reports now suggesting a £10m bid has been made for the defender.

According to reports, that puts Nuno's side in pole position to sign the centre back.

The 21-year-old was one of Raul Jimenez's international teammates during Mexico's Gold Cup success this summer.

Meanwhile, Coventry continue to pursue Bright Enobakhare this summer following his omission from Wolves' China squad.

The young attacker will not be featuring in the Premier League Asia Trophy this pre-season with City boss Mark Robins still hopeful of bringing him back to the club.

Coventry have reportedly bid in excess of £600,000 for the 21-year-old.


West Brom

Albion have reportedly turned down a player-plus-cash bid for Salomon Rondon from West Ham.

Reports claim that the Hammers have offered £10m plus Jordan Hugill and Sam Byram for the striker, which the Baggies have refused.

The Venezuelan is set to leave The Hawthorns, and has a £16.5m release clause in his contract.


Meanwhile, the Baggies are reportedly keen on Arsenal defender and midfielder Krystian Bielik.

The 21-year-old can play in central defence or defensive midfield and spent last season on-loan with Charlton from the Gunners.

Derby, Middlesbrough and Brentford are also thought to be interested in a loan move for the promising youngster.

Aston Villa

Reports in Turkey claim that Egyptian winger Trezeguet wants to leave current club Kasimpasa.

Villa are reportedly keen on the 24-year-old, with Dean Smith casting his eye over him at the African Cup of Nations.

Egypt were dumped out by South Africa in their round of 16 clash.

Leeds United have emerged as possible suitors for reported Aston Villa target Gary Cahill.

The central defender is a free agent following his Chelsea exit, with Villa one of the bookies' favourites to sign the veteran centre back.

Villa have reportedly held talks with their former defender, although a move to B6 seems unlikely.


Darrell Clarke insists Walsall will get a fair price for George Dobson and Morgan Ferrier if they are to leave Walsall.

Both Saddlers players have been subject of bids this summer, with each of them expressing a desire to leave the Banks's.

Clarke though has a figure in mind for each player: "What I will say is they won't be going anywhere until they meet the figure we have set, simple as that." he said.

Luke Hatfield

By Luke Hatfield
Digital Sports Journalist - @LHatfield_Star

Digital Sports Journalist based in Wolverhampton working on the Express & Star and Shropshire Star.


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