Tommy Rowe to Leeds or Wolves
Out-of-contract Peterborough winger Tommy Rowe is highly rated in the Football League and a move away from London Road seems highly likely. The big question, however, is where will Rowe end up?
Reliable local journalist Phil Hay believes Leeds have today made an enquiry into the player:
Sounds like Leeds have been making enquiries about Tommy Rowe again. He’s out of contract at Peterborough. #lufc
— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) May 23, 2014
The news will come as a minor blow to Wolverhampton Wanderers fans who believed they had a deal tied up with Rowe yesterday. When asked by a Wolves fan, chairman Darragh MaCanthony described his player as a ‘fantastic acquisition’, a response that seemingly confirmed his departure.
Whilst new owner Massimo Cellino seems intent on new blood, Wolves will yet again try and prove themselves as a big player in the transfer market. Wolves or Leeds: who would you choose?
According to Wales Online, Valencia are the favourites to sign Cardiff City central midfielder, Gary Medel. Medel,26 cost Cardiff a record £11m but failed to keep his side in the Premier League and is now seeking a move outside of The Championship. Having previously played for Sevilla for two years, tough tackling midfielder Medel is no stranger to La Liga and would fit in with an already physical Valencia side.
Richard Stearman to Middlesbrough
According to the Northern Echo, Middlesbrough are interested in bring Wolves defender Richard Stearman to the Riverside. Stearman, who moved to Wolves in 2008, has been a regular fixture with Kenny Jackett since the start of the year and whilst the club are keen to tie the out-of-contract player down with a new deal, Stearman may have to look elsewhere for first team football.