Transfer Talk

Transfer Talk

By Sky Sports

Transfer Talk is a podcast from Sky Sports News which features debate and analysis from some of the most well connected reporters in the football world throughout the transfer 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.

Episodes

Spanish stars, dilemmas for Aston Villa and is Leny Yoro Man Utd's chosen defender?

Dharmesh Sheth is back with Sam Tighe this week to run through all the latest transfer news which, unsurprisingly, features a lot of Spanish talent after their success at the Euros.There's breaking news from Manchester United who look like they are on the verge of signing a defender, and we break down a couple of big decisions facing Aston Villa over the coming weeks.
17/07/2437m 21s

Defensive targets for Man Utd | Calafiori ticking Arteta's boxes | Should Villa keep hold of Duran?

Dharmesh is joined by Sam Tighe to discuss this week's transfer news with Pete Graves away on holiday!We chat about Manchester United's defensive targets and whether Jarrad Branthwaite, Leny Yoro or Matthijs de Ligt are likely to make the move to Old Trafford this summer.Meanwhile Sam explains why Mikel Arteta is so keen to bring Riccardo Calafiori to Arsenal and why Aston Villa may live to regret letting Jhon Duran leave if he makes a move away from Villa Park.Plus there's news from Crystal Palace, West Ham, Tottenham and many more clubs!
10/07/2443m 37s

Man Utd close in on De Ligt | Spurs land a 'future superstar' | Chelsea capture Foxes' Dewsbury-Hall | PSR deadline review

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth to review the PSR deadline as Premier League clubs sell-off £200m worth of talent before the end of June, Manchester United close in on Netherlands and Bayern Munich defender Matthijs de Ligt, Ali Maxwell from Not The Top 20 podcast explains why Archie Gray is a future superstar for Spurs and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall joins former Leicester boss Enzo Maresca at Stamford Bridge.
03/07/2436m 40s

Zirkzee to Man Utd 'edging forward' | Will Palace keep their stars? | Kompany busy at Bayern

Pete and Dharms are back to discuss the latest transfer news and rumours as plenty of clubs try to make sales before the June 30th 'PSR deadline'.There's news from Manchester United where a move for Joshua Zirkzee appears to be edging closer to completion, plus details of what could be a busy summer at Crystal Palace and Bayern Munich.
26/06/2443m 6s

Who is Man U target Zirkzee? Is Gallagher heading for Spain? Will Guehi remain at Palace after the Euros?

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth to round up the latest summer transfer news - and try to avoid talking about England at the Euros! We start at Manchester United and find out about their target Joshua Zirkzee, bring you the latest on their pursuit of Everton's Jarrad Branthwaite and chat about where Victor Lindelof could end up. Also on the pod, is Conor Gallagher about to swap Stamford Bridge for Spain? Plus, we discuss what impact Marc Guehi's eye-catching England performances could have on his future at Crystal Palace.
21/06/2448m 39s

Euro 2024 'Ones to Watch' | Joao Neves, Sesko, Wirtz and more! | Does EtH staying at Man Utd spell the end for Sancho?

Pete Graves is joined by Sam Tighe and Sky Sports journalist Ron Walker to run the rule over the most exciting prospects at the European Championships in Germany. Including many players linked with potential moves to the Premier League! Plus, with the news that Erik ten Hag is set to stay as Manchester United manager, does that spell the end of Jadon Sancho's career at the club?
12/06/2443m 5s

Are Arsenal the best placed side to make big signings this summer? Is Salah's time up at Liverpool? Why are City's transfers so successful?

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Sam Tighe to discuss how Premier League clubs will be approaching the summer window, including: why Manchester City have proven to be so successful in the transfer market under Pep Guardiola, whether Arsenal are the best placed side to make big signings, discussing whether Mohamed Salah's time at Liverpool is potentially over, why Chelsea have taken the European model of club structure to an extreme and which player is the biggest prize in the transfer window.
29/05/241h 3m

An EXTRA Deadline Day?! Profit & sustainability rules explained by Kieran Maguire

With the end of the season fast approaching, Pete and Dharms are back to take a look at which clubs could be busy right at the start of the summer transfer window because of profit and sustainability rules.They're joined in part two by football finance expert, Kieran Maguire who explains how the regulations will affect clubs, which teams could benefit and which ones could be facing a difficult summer.
07/05/2444m 54s

Mbappe calls time at PSG and lines up mega Madrid move and Man Utd close in on Ashworth

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are back to discuss two huge transfer stories as Kylian Mbappe tells Paris St Germain that he won't be signing a contract extension meaning a long awaited move to Madrid looks closer than ever. Plus, Manchester United continue their footballing operations revolution as they look to entice Newcatle United's sporting director Dan Ashworth to Old Trafford.
19/02/2435m 41s

How lack of Saudi spending and FFP combined for quiet window, West Ham's relaxed attitude leaves Lyon fuming and Pete's apology to Toon fans

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by journalist and Transfer Talk legend Sam Tighe to discuss how a combination of profit and sustainability rules and lack of spending from clubs in Saudi Arabia forced Premier League clubs to watch their spending in January. Lyon hit out at West Ham after the deal for Said Benrahma is cancelled after the window shut and how Liverpool's academy can influence the title race. Plus, Pete and Dharms review their transfer window predictions.
02/02/2447m 10s

Deadline day preview, impact of Klopp's surprise announcement, Newcastle's midfield dilemma and Osimhen puts clubs on red alert

Pete Graves is joined by Sky Sports News reporters Dharmesh Sheth and Michael Bridge to preview transfer deadline day as a quiet window in the Premier League slams shut. Will Newcastle be forced in to a late move to cover injuries and suspensions? Will Spurs manage to get one more player through the door? How does Jurgen Klopp's surprise announcement impact Liverpool's transfer strategy?
31/01/2443m 1s

Ornstein on Arsenal's hunt for a striker, how Man Utd's new CEO will impact transfers and Newcastle's battle to keep hold of players

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and The Athletic's David Ornstein to discuss Kalvin Phillips' switch from Manchester City to West Ham and how it reflects on City's recruitment, Newcastle's attempts to hold on to Kieran Trippier, Callum Wilson and Miguel Almiron and how FFP is impacting the Toon. Plus, how the incoming CEO at Manchester United might impact their plans in this transfer window, a quiet month for Arsenal and whether Spurs could tempt Conor Gallagher from Chelsea.
24/01/241h 7m

Henderson heads for Saudi Arabia exit, Man Utd keen on Araujo, Man City to sign wonderkid likened to Messi & EFL transfer special

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth discuss Jordan Henderson's cancelled contract in Saudi Arabia and question whether a Premier League club could make a late move for the England international. Manchester United, a club not expected to be busy during the January window, are being linked with two players and Manchester City have 'all but signed' Claudio Echeverri, an Argentinian wonderkid who has been described as a mix between Lionel Messi and Diego Maradona. Plus, David Prutton and NTT20's George Elek join Pete and Dharmesh to discuss what players in the EFL could be on the move this month.
17/01/241h 2m

How "The Sancho Whisperer" will save Jadon's career, Tuchel gets Dier as Spurs beat Bayern to Dragusin & Mbappe to Madrid...in the summer

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by German football expert and returning Transfer Talk legend Raphael Honigstein to discuss why Edin Terzic at Borussia Dortmund can resurrect Jadon Sancho's career, whether Germany midfielder Joshua Kimmich is moving to the Premier League this month and why Eric Dier can be a huge success in the Bundesliga after Thomas Tuchel misses out on Radu Dragusin as Spurs beat Bayern to the signing. Plus, the latest on Kylian Mbappe's future at Paris Saint-Germain with Real Madrid waiting in the wings.
12/01/2445m 25s

Why Werner to Spurs is clever business from Postecoglou, Chelsea transfer policy a risk to their identity and a Jordan Henderson PL return?

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and The Standard's chief football correspondent Dan Kilpatrick to discuss why Tottenham securing Timo Werner on loan is a clever bit of business from the club, whether Chelsea's approach to selling-off talent that has come through their academy is a risk to their identity, the latest with Arsenal's pursuit of Ivan Toney, an update on Jadon Sancho's return to Borussia Dortmund and whether Jordan Henderson, Kalvin Phillips and Aaron Ramsdale need moves in January to secure a place in Gareth Southgate's England squad for the European Championships.
08/01/2442m 20s

January window preview: Man Utd's transfer plans explained, Arsenal favourites to sign Toney, Spurs the biggest spenders and Salah to Saudi?

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are back and are ready to preview the January transfer window! They answer all the biggest questions ahead of the window opening in the new year: With Sir Jim Ratcliffe's investment at Old Trafford will Manchester United be the club to watch? Will Chelsea contiue their prolific spending under Todd Boehly or will FFP rules prevent them making it a third consecutive record transfer window in the Premier League? Will clubs based in Saudi Arabia continue to hoover up players from the Premier League and can Liverpool continue to hold on to Mo Salah? Plus, Pete challenges Dharmesh to a transfer prediciton challenge!
28/12/2334m 18s

DONE DEAL! Transfer Talk to return!

It's a done deal - Transfer Talk will return for the January transfer window. Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth will be on hand to discuss and dissect all the latest moves. Make sure to follow or subscribe to Transfer Talk so you don't miss an episode.
14/12/2340s

Deadline Day Review: Forest and Man Utd big winners, Bayern Munich big losers & that Saudi bid for Salah

Dharms is joined by football writer and podcaster Sam Tighe to discuss the fallout from another dramatic Transfer Deadline Day! They discuss their winners and losers - Nottingham Forest stole the show on the final day of the window with their late business and have they picked up one of the biggest bargains in Callum Hudson-Odoi? Manchester United finally got their man in midfielder Sofyan Amrabat – that’s discussed and more, including Bayern Munich’s dreadful Deadline Day and that big-money bid from the Saudi Pro League for Liverpool’s Mo Salah.
02/09/2333m 27s

Deadline Day preview: Salah to stay at Liverpool, will Nunes follow Doku into City? Plus, West Ham splash cash for Kudus

Pete and Dharms are joined by football writer and podcaster Sam Tighe to discuss the latest from the summer transfer window. They preview Deadline Day, including late interest in Mohamed Salah from the Saudi Pro League (07:02). Belgium winger Jeremy Doku has joined Manchester City – but will Wolves midfielder Matheus Nunes also arrive at the Etihad? (20:32). The panel discuss that as well as West Ham’s big-money move for Ajax’s Mohammed Kudus (32:46).
25/08/2344m 51s

Caicedo and Lavia in at Chelsea, the end of the PSG galacticos & how big are Liverpool’s transfer problems?

Pete and Dharms are joined by football writer and broadcaster Tom Williams to discuss the latest from the summer transfer window. Chelsea have once again spent big – this time signing midfielders Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia. The panel chat about the spending that is continuing to unfold at Stamford Bridge and what Caicedo and Lavia will bring to Mauricio Pochettino’s team (05:04). Meanwhile, across the Channel, it has been another eventful week at PSG, with Neymar departing but Kylian Mbappe seemingly set to stay (20:15). Tom explains why this is the end for the galacticos era at PSG before the panel discuss the ongoing transfer problems at Liverpool (39:45).
18/08/2352m 23s

Striker chaos: Kane heads to Bayern – but what about the futures of Lukaku, Neymar and Mbappe?

With Pete still enjoying some holiday sunshine, Dharms is joined by one half of the Gab and Juls Show and ESPN senior writer, Gabriele Marcotti, to discuss the latest from the summer transfer window. They chat about Bayern Munich’s deal to sign Harry Kane before discussing the futures of some of the world’s other leading strikers in Romelu Lukaku, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe. They also discuss Liverpool’s British-record bid for Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo – SHOCK HORROR: We recorded in the morning! Finally, Dharms rounds up the rest of the transfer news.
11/08/2332m 7s

Harry Kane Special: Will Tottenham and Bayern Munich agree deal? Why he fits Thomas Tuchel's style of play

With Pete enjoying some sunshine, Dharms takes on presenting duties and is joined by Sky Sports News reporter Paul Gilmour and The Athletic's Senior Writer Raphael Honigstein for a special episode on the future of Harry Kane. They discuss the latest as Tottenham and Bayern Munich continue to talk over a deal and where Kane's departure would leave Spurs with just weeks to go before the close of the summer transfer window (01:41). Rafa provides insight on how Kane would fit in at Bayern under the management of Thomas Tuchel if he was to make the move to Munich (15:21). Finally, Dharms provides a quick update of some of the other transfer news making the headlines (27:47).
03/08/2330m 17s

Are Real Madrid winners from Mbappe, PSG mess? Does Lavia work for Liverpool & life for Palace after Zaha

Pete and Dharms are joined by football writer and podcaster Sam Tighe to discuss the latest from the summer transfer window. They chat about the Kylian Mbappe saga, including that world-record bid from Saudi side Al Hilal, where it leaves PSG and what it means for that mooted switch to Real Madrid next summer (04:26). They discuss Liverpool's move for Southampton midfielder Romeo Lavia and if the young Belgian would represent good business by the Reds (20:52). Finally, the panel talk about Wilfried Zaha's departure from Crystal Palace and what it means for the south London side (36:38).
27/07/2348m 3s

Is Gvardiol perfect for City? Liverpool's midfield reshuffle assessed, Villa's Diaby masterstroke & will West Ham splash cash?

Pete and Dharms are joined by football writer and podcaster Sam Tighe to discuss the latest from the summer transfer window. They chat about the possible ins and outs at Premier League champions Manchester City, including the potential arrival of Croatia defender Josko Gvardiol and exit of winger Riyad Mahrez (03:41). The panel also talk about the midfield reshuffle at Liverpool as they prepare to say goodbye to Jordan Henderson and Fabinho – but are the Reds now stronger with Alexis MacAllister and Dominik Szoboszlai in at Anfield? (20:49). Sam gives his view on Aston Villa's deal to sign Moussa Diaby from Bayer Leverkusen (29:50) before the panel discuss how West Ham intend to splash the cash following the £105m sale of Declan Rice to Arsenal (35:38).
21/07/2346m 30s

Talks over Kane – but will Bayern stump up £100m plus? Why Chelsea need Caicedo & is Barnes right for Newcastle?

Pete and Dharms are joined once again by football writer and podcaster Sam Tighe to discuss the latest from the summer transfer window. Tottenham and Bayern Munich have held talks over a deal for Harry Kane – but will the German champions actually stump up £100m plus for the England captain? (04:03). That’s discussed as well as Chelsea’s pursuit of Moises Caicedo and why the Blues, in particular Enzo Fernandez, need the Brighton midfielder (17:29). Dharms rounds up some of the other major transfer news before Pete delivers the latest from Newcastle, including their interest in Harvey Barnes (32:38).
13/07/2346m 39s

Arsenal break record for Rice, would Kane really fancy Bayern? And why Man Utd must sign Onana

Pete and Dharms are joined by football writer and podcaster Sam Tighe to discuss the latest from the summer transfer window. They chat all things Arsenal, with Declan Rice and Jurrien Timber joining the club in a huge statement of intent from the Gunners (02:35). The future of Tottenham striker Harry Kane is also on the agenda, but will the England captain be tempted with a move to Bayern Munich? (15;05). That’s discussed before the panel talk about Manchester United’s pursuit of Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana and what that means for the future of David de Gea (34:32). And if you like UK garage, listen out for Pete’s rendition of a classic from DJ Luck and MC Neat, which of course has a Geordie twist!
07/07/2347m 14s

Arsenal in for Rice, Havertz & Timber; Mount to Man Utd? Plus, Pete's Newcastle update

Pete and Dharms return with a bitesize episode of the podcast to run through some of the biggest transfer lines that are currently on the agenda. They discuss the latest on Arsenal's pursuit of West Ham captain Declan Rice, as well as their moves to sign Kai Havertz and Jurrien Timber (03:18). Dharms provides the state of play on Manchester United’s move for Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount as well as the potential flurry of exits from Stamford Bridge to Saudi Arabia (15:52). Pete gives the lowdown on Newcastle’s summer activity (22:55), before Dharms rounds up some of the other transfer and management news (25:20).
20/06/2331m 3s

Deadline Day winners and losers, Chelsea break British record for Enzo Fernandez & why Jorginho is an Arsenal masterstroke

Pete and Dharms are joined by football podcaster and writer Sam Tighe to discuss the fallout from another dramatic Deadline Day. They deliver their winners and losers from the final day of the window and from across January as a whole (04:58). They chat about Chelsea smashing the British transfer record to sign Enzo Fernandez and why Jorginho could turn out to be a masterstroke from Premier League leaders Arsenal (21:18). Dharms and Sam deliver their predictions for the remainder of the season (34:16) and there’s also a look ahead to the summer window, plus Pete delivers his final thought of the series (42:56).
01/02/2359m 15s

Everton in a mess again – can Dyche save them? Gordon set for Newcastle & Caicedo in demand. Plus, inside Bellingham move & Deadline Day

Pete and Dharms are joined by one half of the Beer and Honey podcast, The Athletic’s Raphael Honigstein, to discuss the latest transfer activity. Sky Sports News News Editor Alan Myers also joins the show to chat about the latest at Everton as they prepare to appoint Sean Dyche and sell Anthony Gordon to Newcastle (04:17). The panel talk about in-demand Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo following a £60m bid from Arsenal (18:46). Dharms rounds up the other latest transfer news before Raphael discusses the future of Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham and what the summer could hold for the England international (33:29). Plus, the panel preview Deadline Day and Pete delivers his final thought (51:15).
27/01/231h 1m

Why Trossard suits Arsenal & will Ings save West Ham? Plus, Man Utd takeover & is Bellingham set for Liverpool?

Pete and Dharms are joined this week by European football writer Tom Williams following a bonkers week of transfer activity. Belgium football journalist Kristof Terreur also joins the show as they discuss Leandro Trossard’s move to Arsenal and why he suits Mikel Arteta’s style of play (03:12). Danny Ings has joined West Ham - but will manager David Moyes remain there beyond the weekend? The panel chat about the latest activity at the London Stadium (29:01) before Dharms rounds up some of the other latest transfer news. The panel discuss the possible takeover at Manchester United (42:52) and then answer some of your questions, including whether Jude Bellingham could be joining Liverpool in the near future (56:12).
20/01/231h 7m

BONUS PODCAST: Chelsea trump Arsenal to Mudryk & what now for Spurs target Trossard?

In a bonus bitesize episode of the Transfer Talk podcast, Pete and Dharms react to Chelsea trumping Arsenal to the signing of Mykhailo Mudryk. They discuss if the Blues will continue to strengthen this window and where next for Arsenal, having missed out on Mudryk and Joao Felix to their London rivals. They also chat about the future of Brighton winger Leandro Trossard following a public spat with manager Roberto De Zerbi. Plus, Dharms rounds up some of the other latest transfer news.
16/01/2317m 16s

Man Utd close in on Weghorst, Chelsea sign Felix – Nkunku to join in the summer? Plus, Messi, Mbappe, Benzema and more

Pete and Dharms are joined this week by ESPN football expert Julien Laurens as the January window really kicks into gear. They discuss Manchester United’s surprise move for Wout Weghorst and whether the Netherlands international can thrive under the tutelage of compatriot Erik Ten Hag (04:36). The future of in-form Marcus Rashford is also on the agenda (11:45). Arsenal wanted to bring Joao Felix to the Emirates, but the Portugal international has ended up at Chelsea – the panel assess whether this is a good fit (16:56) and if Christopher Nkunku will join the Blues in the summer (30:20). Julien provides the inside track from Ligue 1 as well as on a host of other stars, including Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, Karim Benzema and Marcus Thuram (39:13). Dharms rounds up the rest of the transfer news (53:52) before Pete delivers his final thought.
12/01/231h

Mudryk & Felix in at Arsenal? Why Enzo works for Chelsea, Conte Spurs frustration & Newcastle Jan spend analysed

The boys are back for a new series of the Transfer Talk podcast! Pete and Dharms are joined by football writer Sam Tighe to discuss the opening week of the January window. Premier League leaders Arsenal are on the agenda and the panel chat about their moves for Mykhailo Mudryk and Joao Felix (15:27). Chelsea are once again splashing the cash after tying up a deal for central defender Benoît Badiashile – but could midfielder Enzo Fernandez be next through the door at Stamford Bridge? (26:40). The panel discuss why he would be a good fit at Chelsea before chatting about the future of Tottenham boss Antonio Conte (43:27). Finally, it wouldn’t be an episode without Pete mentioning his beloved Newcastle United and their possible January activity (59:35).
06/01/231h 11m

Deadline Day winners & losers, the return of Auba to the PL & late business from Man City & Liverpool

Pete and Dharms are joined by football writer and podcaster Sam Tighe to discuss all the fallout from another dramatic Deadline Day. They deliver their winners and losers from the final day of the summer transfer window, as well as assessing the overall business done by Premier League clubs (05:45). Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is back in the Premier League after completing a switch to Chelsea, but what can Blues fans expect? (28:10). That’s discussed as well as the late business done by Manchester City and Liverpool (41:45). With the window now closed, Pete and Dharms deliver their revised predictions for the campaign before Pete delivers his final thought (52:03).
02/09/221h 4m

Deadline Day preview: What each PL club is looking to do ahead of the transfer window closing

With less than a week to go until the transfer window closes, Pete and Dharms go through the possible ins and outs at each of the Premier League clubs. Will Manchester United secure an £80m deal for Ajax forward Antony? Is Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang set to seal a Premier League return with Chelsea? And what about Newcastle’s club-record move to sign Alexander Isak? All that is covered and more, including Pete’s final thought.
26/08/2248m 34s

Chelsea & Man Utd leaving it late – will they secure their targets? Forest spending spree continues – is Aouar next?

Pete and Dharms are joined by ESPN football expert Julien Laurens as Chelsea and Manchester United continue to scramble for signings as the deadline approaches. They discuss Chelsea’s transfer targets, including whether a move to bring former Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang back to the Premier League is right for the club (03:05). After a disastrous weekend for Manchester United, the panel unpick where they go next in the market with the cloud over Cristiano Ronaldo’s future still looming large (15:40). They chat about United’s pursuit of a new striker as well as the future of Marcus Rashford amid interest from PSG. Nottingham Forest’s spending spree continues – Julien provides the lowdown on French midfielder Houssem Aouar, with Forest closing in on signing him (30:52). Dharms provides a round up of the rest of the transfer news before Pete delivers his final thought (42:12).
16/08/2252m 17s

Rabiot close to joining Utd – but do the club have a transfer strategy? Why Fofana works for Chelsea & the end for Werner at the Bridge

Pete and Dharms are joined by European football writer Tom Williams as they assess the situation at Manchester United, with Adrien Rabiot closing in on a move to Old Trafford. They discuss what the France international will bring to United before chatting about the club’s overall transfer strategy after they pulled out of a surprise move to sign Marko Arnautovic (06:09). It could be a busy final few weeks for Chelsea, with Wesley Fofana their main target. But one player that will not be at Stamford Bridge next season is Timo Werner after he re-joined RB Leipzig (26:01). The panel discuss what went wrong for him in the Premier League before Dharms rounds up the rest of the transfer news and Pete delivers his final thought (39:32).
10/08/2247m 26s

Newcastle United mailbag special: James Maddison latest & is FFP an issue? Plus, new striker pursuit

After returning from sunny Majorca, Pete joins Dharms for a special Newcastle United mailbag episode. They answer your questions, including the latest on Newcastle's pursuit of Leicester midfielder James Maddison. Plus, Pete provides further in-depth knowledge of Newcastle's transfer strategy, such as their desire for a new striker and if breaching Financial Fair Play regulations is a concern for the club's new owners. Dharms delivers the rest of the transfer news, with Marc Cucurella, Ruben Neves & Maxwel Cornet on the agenda (31:21). The guys also give their verdict ahead of the start of the new Premier League campaign – who are they tipping for the title? (40:28).
05/08/2254m 42s

Ronaldo saga drags on – is Madrid the answer? Will Scamacca be a West Ham success & what next for Chelsea after Kounde joins Barca?

With Pete sunning himself in Majorca, Dharms is joined by ESPN senior writer Gabriele Marcotti & football writer and podcaster Sam Tighe. They discuss the latest on Cristiano Ronaldo as he continues to push for a move away from Manchester United (02:16). West Ham's spending spree goes on – Gianluca Scamacca is the latest through the door at the London Stadium, but will he be a success? (21:55). That's discussed as well as Chelsea's attempts to sign further defensive reinforcements, which is currently falling flat after Jules Kounde joined Barcelona (37:40). Plus, Sky Sports News' News Editor Alan Myers joins the show to chat all things Everton after they clinched the signing of Dwight McNeil from Burnley (49:20).
29/07/2256m 48s

REVISITED - Harry Redknapp special: Nearly signing Shevchenko, Bale 'loan' rumours & Spurs missing out on Hazard

Back in 2019, Dharms sat down with legendary manager Harry Redknapp for a reveal all chat on his career. In this bitesize version of the interview, he discusses nearly signing Andriy Shevchenko for West Ham, predicting the rise of Frank Lampard and the battle he faced to sign Paolo Di Canio. Redknapp also dismisses rumours he was set to send Gareth Bale out on loan while at Tottenham, before detailing a heart breaking story about Wilson Palacios. He then talks about Tottenham missing out to Chelsea for Eden Hazard.
22/07/2223m 25s

Arsenal close in on Zinchenko, Kounde or Kimpembe for Chelsea? Can Lewandowski turn Barca back into major contenders?

Pete and Dharms are joined by European football writer Tom Williams as Arsenal close in on their fifth signing of the summer, Oleksandr Zinchenko from Manchester City (03:44). They discuss that before Tom provides the inside track on some of Ligue 1 and France’s top talent (14:38). He chats about Chelsea’s interest in Jules Kounde and Presnel Kimpembe and which of the two would be a better fit at Stamford Bridge (19:11). Robert Lewandowski has completed his long-awaited move to Barcelona, but will he turn them back into major contenders? (26:50). The panel discuss that before Pete has his say on Newcastle and whether business has slowed at St James’ Park (42.22).
18/07/2253m 45s

Sterling joins Chelsea - Koulibaly & more to arrive, Broja or Scamacca at West Ham? Man Utd’s Martinez move & how Barca can still spend

Pete and Dharms are joined by football writer and podcaster Sam Tighe as Chelsea get their spending spree underway. Raheem Sterling has joined from Manchester City, with centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly set to arrive as well (04:23). They discuss that as well as West Ham’s striker hunt, with Armando Broja and Gianluca Scamacca at the top of David Moyes’ wishlist (22:43). Spanish football journalist Toni Juanmarti joins the show to chat about all things Barcelona as they get set to announce the arrival of Raphinha, but will Robert Lewandowski follow him into the Nou Camp? (36:23). Plus, Dharms discusses the latest business at Manchester United as they close on a deal for Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez (50:13).
14/07/2257m 15s

REVISITED - Dimitar Berbatov special: Leaving Spurs, Old Trafford corridor walk with Sir Alex & CL heartbreak

Back in December 2019, Dharms sat down with former Tottenham and Manchester United forward Dimitar Berbatov for a reveal all chat on his career. In this bitesize version of the interview, he reveals the factors behind his departure from Tottenham and clarifies rumours that he refused to play for the club in order to force through a move to Manchester United. He also discusses the infamous Old Trafford corridor walk with Sir Alex Ferguson on Deadline Day as well as the heartbreak of being left out of the 2011 Champions League final squad.Link to full episode here: https://bit.ly/3aodMLa
08/07/2224m 30s

Ronaldo wants out - what's next for him & Utd? Salah stays, has Klopp changed spending view? Plus, Conte's Spurs revolution

Pete and Dharms are joined by The Athletic's football expert Raphael Honigstein as Manchester United deal with the fallout after Cristiano Ronaldo asked to leave the club. They discuss what could be next for Ronaldo and United (03:06), before chatting all things Liverpool after Mo Salah pledged his future to the club. They chat about whether Jurgen Klopp's spending strategy has changed and the current youthful evolution of the squad (19:51). Richarlison became the latest new arrival at Tottenham - and more are set to follow. Dharms reviews the revolution taking place under Antonio Conte (37:23). Plus, there's Pete's final thought, which involves a holiday to France, a newspaper and Alan Shearer…(52:30).
04/07/2255m 23s

Phillips set for City, Raphinha next out at Leeds? Real & Barca assessed, plus will De Jong & Malacia join Botman in PL?

Pete and Dharms are joined by football expert Terry Gibson as Leeds prepare to lose star men Kalvin Phillips and Raphinha. They discuss Phillips’ move to Manchester City and Chelsea’s bid to sign Raphinha (02:40). Terry gives the lowdown from Spain, including Barcelona’s pursuit of Robert Lewandowski as well as where Real Madrid may look to strengthen (19:23). With Seb Haller set for a move to Borussia Dortmund, Dharms lists his top three redemption stories for players that struggled in the Premier League but made it elsewhere! (37:01). Dutch journalist Marcel van der Kraan joins the show to give his assessment on Sven Botman, Frenkie De Jong, Tyrell Malacia and more! (48:44).
29/06/221h 1m

REVISITED – Les Ferdinand special: Blocked Man Utd move, joining Keegan’s Newcastle & losing number nine shirt to Shearer

Back in 2019, Dharms travelled to QPR’s training ground for a reveal all chat with former Newcastle United striker Les Ferdinand. In this bitesize edition of the interview, Ferdinand reveals how a potential transfer to Manchester United was blocked. He opens up on his move to Newcastle, his relationship with Kevin Keegan and why losing the Magpies number nine shirt hurt him.Listen to the full episode here: https://bit.ly/3yeq7uh
24/06/2221m 11s

Arsenal begin summer spend – will Jesus join? What went wrong for Lukaku at Chelsea & will Sterling replace him?

Pete and Dharms are joined by football writer and broadcaster Sam Tighe this week as Arsenal begin to step up their summer activity. They discuss the £35m arrival of Fabio Vieira at the Emirates and whether Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus will be next through the door (06:09). It’s been a miserable return for Romelu Lukaku at Chelsea – but is a return to Inter Milan set to happen and could Raheem Sterling replace him? (19:17) The panel chat about that before Sam ranks his top three best value summer buys (36:00). It wouldn’t be an episode if Pete didn’t mention Newcastle – this week it’s an ode to his hero, Kevin Keegan! And the era that had Pete drooling over new signings at St James’ Park…(45:50).
20/06/2259m 27s

Nunez in as Liverpool refresh frontline, will De Jong start United's overhaul? Plus, Pete’s Newcastle lowdown

Pete and Dharms are back for a new series of the Transfer Talk podcast – and are joined in the first episode by ESPN football expert Julien Laurens. They discuss Liverpool’s record-breaking move to sign striker Darwin Nunez and what that could mean for the wantaway Sadio Mane (04:52). Could Frenkie De Jong be on his way to Manchester United? The panel discuss that as well other areas new boss Erik Ten Hag is aiming to strengthen (18:35). Erling Haaland’s move to Manchester City is also on the agenda (30:51) with Julien discussing everything Ligue 1, including Mauricio Pochettino’s imminent exit from PSG (38:04). Plus, Pete gives the lowdown on everything Newcastle as the club prepares for possibly its biggest ever summer spend (58:37).
15/06/221h 7m

Deadline Day winners & losers, have Arsenal left themselves short & can Lampard, Alli and Van de Beek revive Everton?

Pete and Dharms are joined by football writer, and one part of the Ranks FC podcast, Sam Tighe to discuss a frenetic Deadline Day, delivering their winners and losers from the January transfer window (03:30). Tottenham were the busiest club on the final day of the window… the panel assess their activity (27:22), before giving their verdict on the business – or lack of business - done by their north London rivals, Arsenal (36:03). Frank Lampard is the new man at Everton – and with Donny van de Beek and Dele Alli now on board – Dharms and Sam have their say on everything going on at Goodison Park (49:43). Pete and Dharms look ahead to the summer transfer window before Pete delivers his final thought (1:00:34).Remember you can vote for Transfer Talk in the Sports Podcast Awards by following this link: https://bit.ly/3reQThF
01/02/221h 12m

Newcastle's statement signing – will Guimaraes attract more? Liverpool to trump Spurs for Diaz & Deadline Day preview

Pete and Dharms are joined by ESPN football expert, and one half of the Gab and Juls show, Julien Laurens to discuss all the latest in the window. The panel chat about Newcastle's move for Lyon midfielder Bruno Guimaraes, what he'll bring to Eddie Howe's squad and whether his arrival will attract more top players to St James' Park (05:01). Are Tottenham set to miss out on two of their top targets? The panel discuss Barcelona's late move for Adama Traore, Liverpool's bid to sign Luis Diaz and what that means for Spurs (21:05). Dharms and Julien have their say on Deadline Day – including the clubs and players that could be scrambling for deals as the window edges closer to shutting (42:18). Everton's managerial situation is analysed before Pete delivers his final thought (52:17).Remember you can vote for Transfer Talk in the Sports Podcast Awards by following this link: https://bit.ly/3reQThF
28/01/221h 1m

Will Spurs deliver deals for Conte, Eriksen's PL return assessed & have Arsenal been priced out of Vlahovic move?

Pete and Dharms are joined by ESPN football expert, and one half of the Gab and Juls show, Gabriele Marcotti to discuss all the latest in the window. The panel chat about Tottenham and whether the club's hierarchy will deliver the signings desired by Antonio Conte, with Adama Traore and Franck Kessie among the targets (04:28). Christian Eriksen is set to return to the Premier League with Brentford (15:50) - the panel assess that move before Gabriele talks through some of Serie A's top stars, including Dusan Vlahovic & Paulo Dybala (29:30). Dharms discusses Anthony Martial's impending loan move to Sevilla and whether the forward still has a long-term future at Manchester United, before Pete delivers his final thought (50:11).Remember you can vote for Transfer Talk in the Sports Podcast Awards by following this link: https://bit.ly/3reQThF
25/01/2257m 33s

Newcastle ramp up business – can they get deals done? AFCON stars PL clubs should sign & Auba set for Arsenal exit

Pete and Dharms are joined by Guardian football journalist and author of the book Made in Africa, Ed Aarons, to discuss all the latest goings on in the window. Newcastle are attempting to secure a number of deals before the close of the window, with Diego Carlos and Jesse Lingard among the main targets (03:20). The panel chat about that before discussing the ongoing managerial search at Everton and whether Duncan Ferguson should be given the job until the end of the season (21:05). Ed has his say on the futures of Liverpool attacking duo Mo Salah and Sadio Mane before highlighting some of the stars from the Africa Cup of Nations that Premier League clubs should be looking at (35:30). Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is edging closer to an exit from Arsenal – Dharmesh discusses what that could mean for the Gunners before Pete delivers his final thought (50:10).Remember you can vote for Transfer Talk in the Sports Podcast Awards by following this link: https://bit.ly/3reQThF
20/01/2257m 21s

Everton in a mess – who's to blame? What next for Martial after Rangnick spat & Ligue 1 bargain buys

Pete and Dharms are joined by European football writer Tom Williams to discuss all the latest goings on in the window. The panel chat about the situation at Everton following the sacking of Rafa Benitez, the current structure at the club and the role of owner Farhad Moshiri (05:19). Anthony Martial's public spat with Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick is assessed as well as the potential options for the French forward if he leaves Old Trafford (24:13). Tom provides his four bargain buys from Ligue 1 (44:35) before Pete has his say on Newcastle and delivers his final thought (56:10). Remember you can vote for Transfer Talk in the Sports Podcast Awards by following this link: https://bit.ly/3reQThF
18/01/221h 4m

Arsenal's striker issues - Vlahovic the answer? Why La Liga could be Haaland's next stop & will Carlos join Newcastle?

Pete and Dharms are joined by Spanish football expert Terry Gibson to discuss all the latest in the window. The panel chat about Arsenal's striker issues and whether Fiorentina forward Dusan Vlahovic could be the answer (03:15). Borussia Dortmund want a resolution on Erling Haaland’s future - but will they get it this month? (19:42) The panel discuss that before Terry goes through a host of La Liga talent (34:15), including Newcastle target Diego Carlos. Pete's provides further updates on the activity at St James' Park before delivering his final thought (49:40).Remember you can vote for Transfer Talk in the Sports Podcast Awards by following this link: https://bit.ly/3reQThF
14/01/221h 3m

Conte's Spurs overhaul? Gerrard's revamped Villa and new look Newcastle's spending spree

Pete and Dharms are joined by ESPN football expert Julien Laurens to discuss all the latest goings on in the transfer window. They focus on the possible overhaul at Tottenham as Antonio Conte looks to reshape his squad, with a number of players facing the exit door (03:02). Aston Villa have made a huge statement of intent by adding Philippe Coutinho to their ranks - the panel discuss that and who could join the Brazilian at Villa Park (17:33). Julien chats everything Ligue 1, including the futures of Kylian Mbappe, Gini Wijnaldum and Mauricio Pochettino (36:14). While Pete provides the latest on his beloved Newcastle United as they continue to make strides in the market with Chris Wood set to join and he also delivers his final thought (53:26).Remember you can vote for Transfer Talk in the Sports Podcast Awards by following this link: https://bit.ly/3reQThF
12/01/221h 9m

Deadline Day winners & losers, what Saul brings to Chelsea & will Ronaldo win the title back at Utd?

This week, Pete and Dharms are joined by Spanish football expert Terry Gibson to discuss the fallout from another eventful transfer deadline day - they assess the winners and losers from the final day of the window. Chelsea snapped up the loan signing of Saul Niguez with just minutes to spare, Terry gives the inside track on what he will bring to Thomas Tuchel's side. Cristiano Ronaldo completed his sensational return to Manchester United on deadline day, but will he transform them into title winners? The panel debate that as well as where the summer transfer window leaves the Premier League title race. Pete and Dharms go head-to-head in the transfer quiz once more, before Pete delivers his final thought.
01/09/211h 11m

Why Mbappe wants Real move, how Zouma fits into Moyes' West Ham & Deadline Day preview

This week, Pete and Dharms are joined by European football expert Tom Williams to discuss the potential blockbuster move that could see Kylian Mbappe join Real Madrid. West Ham could be set for a busy last few days of the window – the panel look at the imminent arrival of Kurt Zouma and whether Jesse Lingard will return to the London Stadium. The guys preview Deadline Day before Pete and Dharms go head-to-head in the weekly transfer quiz. Plus, Pete delivers his final thought.
27/08/211h 16m

Arsenal's signings assessed, and who might leave? Is Kane even worth £150m? And why Juve might accept losing Ronaldo

This week, Pete and Dharmesh are joined by ESPN football expert Gabriele Marcotti to discuss all the latest news and gossip from the transfer window. The panel analyse two new arrivals at Arsenal as well as the futures of Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette, and with less than two weeks to go in the window and Harry Kane remains a Spurs player, will Man City get a deal done? (25:39) In part three, we’ll discuss all things Italy with Gab, including the situation at Inter Milan, the return of a certain Mr Mourinho and the future of Cristiano Ronaldo (38:33). Plus Dharms provides us with his transfer round-up, and then goes up against Pete in the weekly transfer quiz, focusing on the 2012/13 season (62:02).
20/08/211h 14m

What Messi's move means for Mbappe & Pogba, why Lukaku is Werner's 'dream ticket' & Haaland's strategy assessed

This week, Pete and Dharms are joined by German football expert Rafa Honigstein to discuss what the knock-on effects will be for PSG after they secured the big-money signing of Lionel Messi (03:48). Kylian Mbappe is yet to sign a new contract at the Parc des Princes, so could Real Madrid come calling for him? The panel discuss that as well as PSG's chances of securing another free transfer signing next summer in Paul Pogba (11:33). Rafa explains why Romelu Lukaku's return to Chelsea could be the tonic for an improved campaign from Timo Werner (20:18), and he also discusses what the transfer strategy could be for Erling Haaland and his agent Mino Raiola next summer (39:03). Pete and Dharms go head-to-head in the transfer quiz once again before Pete delivers his final thought, this week on Tottenham's Harry Kane (55:20).
13/08/211h 6m

Where next for Messi, Grealish in at City but will Kane follow? Why Chelsea want Lukaku back

The boys are back! This week, Pete and Dharms are joined by ESPN football expert Julien Laurens to discuss what could be next for Lionel Messi after Barcelona announced he was to leave the club (04:21). Are PSG waiting in the wings? Julien provides the inside track from the Parc de Princes. Manchester City have smashed the British transfer record to sign Jack Grealish, but will Harry Kane follow him? (20:16) The panel discuss that as well as the potential of another record breaking deal as Chelsea target the return of Romelu Lukaku to the club (44:59). Pete and Dharms tackle the first transfer quiz of the series, before Pete delivers his final thought… you’ve got it already… it’s on Newcastle! (57:27)
06/08/211h 9m

Deadline Day winners & losers, Liverpool's new backline & summer window look ahead

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by football writer and one part of the Ranks FC podcast, Sam Tighe, to discuss the fallout from another Deadline Day. They assess the winners and losers following a busy 24 hours of activity (04:35). Liverpool had a frenetic final day, adding two new centre-backs to help alleviate Jurgen Klopp's defensive crisis – the panel assess their fresh arrivals and what their additions could mean for the likes of Nat Phillips and Rhys Williams (21:49). With the January window now shut, Pete, Dharms and Sam have their say on the Premier League title race, quest for European qualification and battle for survival (33:49). Plus, Pete and Dharms look ahead to the summer transfer window and the themes that could dominate (49:30).
02/02/2158m 59s

What Chelsea must provide to get Haaland, why Lingard to West Ham makes sense & the Deadline Day rush

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by European football writer Tom Williams to discuss the fallout from Frank Lampard's sacking as Chelsea boss and their appointment of Thomas Tuchel (02:53). They analyse the issues facing Tuchel, including improving the fortunes of big-money summer signings Kai Havertz and Timo Werner, and what he will need to do to land top target Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund (08:51). West Ham could be set for a busy couple of days and having tied up a deal for Jesse Lingard, the panel debate whether this move could reignite the winger's career and also chat about David Moyes' desire to add a new striker (22:18). With Deadline Day upon us, Dharms and Tom discuss the moves that could go to the wire and state which clubs need to be busy ahead of Monday's 11pm cut-off (41:15). Plus, there's news from Manchester City, Arsenal, Rangers, Celtic and much more, including Pete's final thought, this week on Rafa Benitez and the high-calibre managers currently out of work (51:39).
29/01/2159m 55s

Should Spurs cut losses on Bale, does Odegaard fit at Arsenal & can Barca young guns help keep Messi?

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by Spanish football expert Terry Gibson to discuss the future of Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli and whether his path lays away from the club (02:50). They also touch upon the possible return of Christian Eriksen to Spurs and if the club should cut their losses on Gareth Bale (07:23). Arsenal's surprise bid for Martin Odegaard is assessed with analysis from Terry on whether it's the right move for the Real Madrid creative spark (29:48). Terry discusses all things La Liga, including the rising stock of Barcelona's young players and whether that could play a key role in keeping Lionel Messi at the club (44:03). The future of Zinedine Zidane is on the agenda as well as the contract stand-off between Real Madrid legend Sergio Ramos and the club (50:51). Plus, there's news from Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, Aston Villa and much more, including Pete's final thought, this week on West Ham and David Moyes (59:20).
22/01/211h 7m

Ozil's Arsenal exit assessed, Klopp's trust in Liverpool strategy & are Dortmund set for Sancho, Haaland auction?

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by German football expert Rafa Honigstein to discuss the future of Mesut Ozil as the midfielder edges closer to finally leaving Arsenal. They touch upon the financial benefits for the Gunners as well as whether Ozil underachieved during his spell at the Emirates (04:15). The panel analyse the priorities of Manchester United and Liverpool, with Rafa explaining why Jurgen Klopp is reluctant to spend despite a need for a new centre-back (17:26). Rafa gives the inside track on a host of Bundesliga talent, including Jadon Sancho, Erling Haaland, David Alaba, Dayot Upamecano and more (32:31). Plus, there’s news from Chelsea, Tottenham, West Ham, Rangers and much more, including Pete’s final thought, this week on his beloved Newcastle (49:56).
15/01/2159m 0s

Inside Poch's PSG plan, should Chelsea back Lampard again & is Aouar the replacement for Ozil?

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by ESPN football expert Julien Laurens to discuss the job facing Mauricio Pochettino at PSG (05:32) and what that could mean for the likes of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe as well as the likelihood of a move for Barcelona's Lionel Messi (16:48). Frank Lampard's future at Chelsea is under scrutiny following a poor run of form, the panel assess whether the Blues need to once again back their boss in the transfer market or start looking for a replacement (24:56). Is this the window Mesut Ozil finally leaves Arsenal? The panel touch upon that and if Lyon’s Houssem Aouar is the long-term replacement for the German (38:43). Plus there’s news from Manchester United, Manchester City, West Ham, Leicester and much more, including Pete’s final thought, this week on free agent Diego Costa (55:45).
08/01/211h 5m

Is Raiola's Pogba outburst good for Utd, do Liverpool need a short-term fix & what's going on with Eriksen?

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are back for a new series of the Transfer Talk podcast as they look ahead to the January transfer window with the help of ESPN senior football analyst Gabriele Marcotti. The future of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is on the agenda once again following a new outburst from his agent Mino Raiola – the panel assess the impact of that statement and whether it may play into United’s hands (05:13). Liverpool's injury problems are assessed with Dharms and Gabriele debating whether a short-term fix may help as they look to retain their Premier League title (24:23). Gab assesses the top talents from Serie A, including the futures of Hakan Calhanoglu, Lautaro Martinez and Christian Eriksen (41:46). Plus there’s news from Manchester City, West Ham, Leicester and much more (56:10).
10/12/201h 1m

Deadline Day winners & losers, why Cavani doesn't fit Utd's philosophy & is it Partey time for Arteta?

After a dramatic transfer deadline day, Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by German football expert Raphael Honigstein to discuss the winners and losers from a frenetic final 24 hours in the market (05:15). The panel assess Manchester United's final day acquisitions of Edinson Cavani and Alex Telles (23:25) and if their arrivals will signal an upturn in fortunes following the club's poor start to the new season (29:34). Dharmesh and Raphael analyse the failures behind United's bid to sign Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund (33:20). They also examine the biggest deal of the day – Arsenal's £45m signing of midfielder Thomas Partey (47:34), with Raphael analysing Arsenal's prospects under Mikel Arteta this season. Plus, there's news from Tottenham, Everton, Leeds, West Ham, Celtic, Rangers and much more, including Pete's final thought (59:19).
06/10/201h 6m

Are Utd set up for success in the market, does Pep's future hinge on Dias & deadline day preview

With the transfer deadline just days away, Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by the New York Times’ chief soccer correspondent Rory Smith to discuss Manchester United’s pursuit of Jadon Sancho and the possible alternative targets if a deal for the Borussia Dortmund winger does not materialise (04:51). Rory examines whether the structure of United’s hierarchy lends itself to success in the market (17:47), while Dharmesh touches on the players that could leave Old Trafford before the deadline (20:23). The panel analyse the big-money arrival of Ruben Dias at Manchester City (28:16) and debate whether Pep Guardiola’s future at the club hinges on the success of the Portugal defender (34:33). Tottenham’s search for a new striker is over after clinching a deal for Carlos Vinicius (46:31) – the panel assess how important a new attacking option is for Jose Mourinho as well as the long-term future of midfielder Dele Alli (51:23). The panel preview transfer deadline day, with Dharmesh and Rory sharing their favourite moments from previous windows, including the deals for Dimitar Berbatov and Robinho (54:59). Plus there’s news from Everton, Leeds, West Ham, Sheffield United and much more, including Pete’s final thought, this week on Newcastle striker Joelinton and transfer deadline day (1:09:29).
02/10/201h 15m

Will Jose’s tough love work on Alli, evolution of Klopp's Liverpool & do West Ham need a takeover?

After another busy week of transfer activity, Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by European football journalist Tom Williams to discuss Dele Alli’s future and whether the writing could be on the wall for the midfielder at Tottenham (05:09). Dharmesh provides an update on the potential incomings and outgoings at Arsenal and whether the sale of Lucas Torreira could hold the key for a new midfielder to arrive at the club (21:31). Following the arrival of Diogo Jota and Thiago at Liverpool, the panel assess the Premier League champions' business (32:07), with Tom making the case that another evolution is happening under Jurgen Klopp (38:54). The panel discuss the arrival of Nelson Semedo at Wolves and the sustainability of the working relationship with Portuguese super agent Jorge Mendes (40:20). Manchester City’s search for a new centre-back is also discussed (45:31), while the issues at West Ham are examined (52:08), with Tom analysing if a takeover is needed to take the club forward (56:35). Plus there’s news from Chelsea, Aston Villa, Leeds, West Brom, Fulham and much more (1:03:40), including Pete’s final thought, this week on Dele Alli (1:11:11).
25/09/201h 12m

Will Bale succeed at Spurs, Thiago's journey to Liverpool, the lowdown on Villa's new signings

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by Spanish football expert Terry Gibson to discuss Gareth Bale's return to Tottenham on loan from Real Madrid (4:25). Terry also runs the rule over Spurs’ other newest signing Sergio Reguilon and explains what he will bring to the side (17:55). Terry gives an insight into the journey of midfielder Thiago Alcantara from the youth ranks at Barcelona, ahead of his move from Bayern Munich to Liverpool (23:20). The impact Thiago’s arrival could have on Georginio Wijnaldum is assessed while Terry questions Barcelona’s interest in the midfielder (31:00). Dharmesh gives an update on Arsenal's transfer business and reveals how manager Mikel Arteta convinced Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to stay at the club amid interest from two top European clubs (36:00). French football expert Jonathan Johnson returns to the show to profile one of Aston Villa's potential new signings, while Dharmesh gives us an update on their transfer activity after another busy week in the window (44:45). Jonathan talks about the futures of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe at Paris Saint-Germain (54:00). The panel take a look at how negotiations are progressing with Leicester and Roma over forward Cengiz Under ahead of a potential loan move (57:25). There’s also news from a host of clubs, including West Ham, Burnley, Sheffield United, Crystal Palace and more, as well as Pete's final thought, this week on Gareth Bale (58:37).
18/09/201h 4m

Messi & Sancho sagas assessed, what are Newcastle's ambitions & will Watkins step up for Villa?

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by Bleacher Report lead writer Sam Tighe to discuss Lionel Messi’s decision to stay at Barcelona (05:00) and whether it is simply now a marriage of convenience for the forward at the Nou Camp. Dharmesh explains the potential breakthrough in Manchester United’s pursuit of Jadon Sancho (12:00), while Sam examines why this transfer saga may be problematic for the club (16:27). The panel discuss what the arrivals of Callum Wilson, Ryan Fraser and Jamal Lewis could mean for Newcastle (20:42), while they also assess the issues at West Ham following the sale of Grady Diangana (35:28). Sam analyses the arrival of Ollie Watkins at Aston Villa (48:49), while Sky Sports News midlands reporter Rob Dorsett joins the show to discuss Dean Smith’s other transfer targets (54:05). There’s also news from a host of clubs, including Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Tottenham, Sheffield United (1:00:20) as well as Pete’s final thought, this week on Marcelo Bielsa (1:06:57).
11/09/201h 8m

What now for Messi & Bale, will Ole's strategy propel Utd & why Thiago is perfect for Liverpool

Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by The Independent’s senior football writer, Melissa Reddy, to discuss what the future may hold for Lionel Messi (06:04) and Gareth Bale (17:45) after another interesting week in Spain. The panel debate whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is getting the credit he deserves for the transfer strategy he has implemented at Manchester United and what further additions need to be made following the arrival of Donny van de Beek (24:09). Melissa examines what Thiago could bring to Liverpool if he joins from Bayern Munich as well as Jurgen Klopp’s long-term transfer plan at the club (41:00). Italian football writer Nicky Bandini joins the show to provide insight on Everton’s new midfielder Allan (51:48) and Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly (56:18). Plus, there’s news from Chelsea, Leicester, West Ham, Newcastle, Celtic and much more (1:01:09).
04/09/201h 10m

Lionel Messi special: Why he wants to leave, role of the Barca board & is Man City his next move?

In a special episode of the Transfer Talk podcast, host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Spanish football expert Terry Gibson to discuss everything Lionel Messi. They analyse the reasons behind Messi’s desire to leave the Nou Camp (04:44), the Argentina striker’s meeting with Ronald Koeman (14:15) and how the Barcelona board have contributed to his unhappiness (19:41). But if he is to leave Barcelona, what will be his likely destination? Sky Sports News reporter Ben Ransom joins the show to evaluate Manchester City’s chances of signing Messi (25:04), while Terry analyses the possible reunion with Pep Guardiola (34:27). And finally, it wouldn’t be an episode without Pete’s final thought as he weighs in with his own view to what is becoming the story of the summer (42:45).
30/08/2048m 13s

Is Messi set for City, can Lampard's new look Chelsea challenge & will James & Rodrigo succeed in PL?

After another dramatic week in Barcelona, host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and ESPN football expert Julien Laurens to discuss what the future may hold for Lionel Messi after he asked to leave the club (03:51). They analyse the finances behind a possible exit from the Nou Camp and whether a reunion with Pep Guardiola at Manchester City is the next step for the Argentina forward (16:43). Chelsea continue to spend, and with more expected through the door, the panel debate whether Frank Lampard’s new look side could challenge for the Premier League title this coming season (26:22). Spanish football expert Terry Gibson joins the show to assess Everton’s move for Real Madrid attacking midfielder James Rodriguez and Leeds’ deal to sign Valencia striker Rodrigo (42:06). Plus, there’s news from Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham, Crystal Palace, Wolves and Celtic (59:41) as well as Pete’s final thought on former Newcastle striker Luuk De Jong (1:04:37).
28/08/201h 7m

What Messi wants, how Gabriel would improve Arsenal & why Wilson, King & Brooks are PL bargains

After a dramatic week at Barcelona, host Pete Graves and Dharmesh Sheth are joined by ESPN journalist Sam Marsden to discuss Lionel Messi’s future (01:52). The arrival of Ronald Koeman as manager is also discussed, including whether the Dutchman is destined to stay beyond the club’s presidential elections in March (12:05). French football expert Jonathan Johnson provides insight on Arsenal transfer target Gabriel and analyses whether a partnership with William Saliba could solve the Gunners’ defensive issues (18:11). Jonathan also chats about some of the best talents in Ligue 1 including Houssem Aouar, Rayan Cherki and Benoit Badiashile (26:46). Callum Wilson, Joshua King and David Brooks could be the next players to depart Bournemouth for the Premier League – so where could they be heading? Mark McAdam discusses their prospects and what they are likely to cost (41:03). Plus, there’s news from Manchester City, Manchester United, Leeds, Tottenham, Rangers and Celtic (56:00) as well as Pete’s final thought, this week on RB Leipzig coach Julian Nagelsmann (1:03:17).
21/08/201h 5m

Has Sancho's Utd deal hit a snag, why Real Madrid need to sell & inside Bielsa's Leeds transfer plan

After another week of twists and turns in the transfer market, host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Spanish football expert Terry Gibson to discuss the standoff between Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United over a deal for Jadon Sancho (04:00). Terry analyses the summer plans of Real Madrid and Barcelona – including the players that could leave the Bernabeu (22:02), the future of Gareth Bale, the managerial uncertainty at the Nou Camp and why Barcelona need to spend during this window. Tim Thornton provides the inside track on Marcelo Bielsa’s contract situation as well as Leeds’ transfer strategy as they embark on their first season in the Premier League for 16 years (43:24). Plus, there’s news from Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea, Celtic, Rangers (55:39) as well as Pete’s interesting final thought on FC Copenhagen goalkeeper Karl-Johan Johnsson (1:01:20).
14/08/201h 2m

Inside Sancho's move, are Auba, Willian deals right for Arsenal & is Martinez Aguero's successor?

With the transfer window in full swing, host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and ESPN football expert Gabriele Marcotti to discuss the inner working of Manchester United’s deal to sign Jadon Sancho (02:12) as well as Alexis Sanchez’s departure from Old Trafford (12:32). Arsenal are also on the agenda, with the panel debating whether long-term deals for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Willian are right for the club (23:18). Manchester City’s interest in Kalidou Koulibaly and Lautaro Martinez is also explored, with Gabriele providing expert analysis on all things Serie A, including the future of Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte (39:17). Plus, there’s news from Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham, Rangers, Celtic as well as Pete’s final thought on Gareth Bale’s future (54:43).
07/08/201h 5m

What Ake, Torres bring to City, why Havertz is the real deal & is Sancho bound for Utd?

With the transfer window officially open, host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth, Rafa Honigstein and Terry Gibson to chat about Manchester City's recruitment drive as they close in on Nathan Ake (08:34) and Ferran Torres (18:19). Chelsea are also on the agenda, with the panel discussing the form of Kepa (29:00), their early business and the possible arrival of Kai Havertz (33:10). Manchester United's pursuit of Jadon Sancho is also explored by the panel, while Rafa reveals all on a host of Bundesliga/German players (45:40). Plus, there's news from Arsenal, Tottenham, Leicester, West Ham, Celtic and Rangers (01:04:25).
31/07/201h 10m

Dimitar Berbatov special: Truth on Spurs exit, Deadline Day move to Man Utd & CL heartache

Dimitar Berbatov sits down with Dharmesh Sheth to reveal all on the moves that he did and didn’t make during his career. The former striker explains his humble beginnings and how he was nearly forced to sign for a club by a Bulgarian mafia boss. Berbatov discusses how he joined Bayer Leverkusen, their incredible 2000/01 campaign and why he was keen to emulate Diego Maradona at the Bundesliga club. He opens up on his switch to Tottenham, his partnership with Robbie Keane and the truth behind his exit from the club. Berbatov reveals the inner workings behind his Deadline Day move to Manchester United and the role Sir Alex Ferguson played in convincing him to join the Old Trafford club.
06/05/2053m 46s

Jermain Defoe special: Transfer request regret, picking Spurs over Juve & my best strike partner

Jermain Defoe sits down with Dharmesh Sheth to reveal all on the moves that he did and didn’t make during his career. The striker discusses his early beginnings, Harry Redknapp’s role in his controversial move from Charlton to West Ham and working with his childhood idol at the east London club. Defoe opens up on the infamous transfer request handed in 24 hours after West Ham’s relegation and reveals the truth behind what led up to it. He discusses his move to Tottenham, how he ended up linking up with his ‘dad in football’, Redknapp, at Portsmouth and deciding against a big switch to Serie A to re-join Spurs. Defoe explains the reasons behind his move to the MLS with Toronto and why he cut it short to return to the Premier League. He also reveals the Rangers legend that helped convince him to move to Ibrox and how he feels as his career enters its latter years.
22/04/2056m 10s

Paolo Di Canio special: Turning down Sir Alex twice, regret over ref push & West Ham exit anger

Paolo Di Canio sits down with Dharmesh Sheth to reveal all on his career, starting with his early beginnings in Italy and time with Lazio, Juventus and AC Milan. The former striker explains how he fulfilled a dream by signing for Celtic and why his time in Scotland lasted only one season. Di Canio discusses the infamous push on referee Paul Alcock, his brief exile from English football and decision to return to sign for West Ham. He opens up about his famous scissor-kick goal of the season against Wimbledon and why he twice turned down the advances of Manchester United, which included a call from Sir Alex Ferguson on Christmas Day. Di Canio reveals his anger at leaving West Ham and what he was prepared to do to stay at the club.
08/04/2058m 57s

How Coronavirus will affect market, contracts conundrum & updates on Sancho, Bellingham & Ighalo

Pete Smith is joined by Sky Sports News reporters Dharmesh Sheth and Kaveh Solhekol for a special episode of the Transfer Talk podcast, focusing on the effects that the Coronavirus is having on the game. They discuss the current state of play on when football may return (06:05) and what this could mean for the summer transfer window (15:57). With player contracts set to expire on June 30, the panel discuss what could happen to these stars if the season is extended beyond that date (27:29). Sky Sports News journalist Lyall Thomas joins the podcast to highlight the issues currently facing clubs' scouting and recruitment departments as well as a concerning scenario facing a number of clubs in the Bundesliga (38:59). There are also updates on the futures of Jadon Sancho, Odion Ighalo and Jude Bellingham (56:48).
31/03/201h 14m

Michael Ballack special: Choosing Chelsea over Man Utd, missing out on Real and Barca moves

Michael Ballack sits down with Sky Sports News reporter Dharmesh Sheth to reveal all on his career. The former Germany captain explains the early beginnings of his career, including winning the Bundesliga title with newly-promoted Kaiserslautern as well moves to Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich. He discusses missing out on moves to Real Madrid and Barcelona before explaining his decision to join Chelsea despite interest from Manchester United. Ballack also discusses the fallout from Jose Mourinho’s first sacking from Chelsea, Champions League final heartbreak and that infamous semi-final clash against Barcelona.
25/03/2038m 33s

Harry Redknapp special: Nearly signing Shevchenko & Hazard, transforming Bale & Modric

Harry Redknapp sits down with Dharmesh Sheth to reveal all the deals that did and didn't happen during his managerial career. The former West Ham manager explains how he nearly brought Andriy Shevchenko to Upton Park, the battle he faced to sign Paolo Di Canio and bringing through the likes of Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard, Michael Carrick, Joe Cole and Jermain Defoe. He reveals why he was lured back into management at Portsmouth before explaining the reasons behind his infamous move to rivals Southampton and subsequent return to Fratton Park. Redknapp also discusses taking Tottenham into the Champions League, transforming Gareth Bale & Luka Modric and nearly signing Eden Hazard ahead of Chelsea.
11/03/201h 1m

Henrik Larsson special: Why I stayed loyal to Celtic and my Man Utd regret

Former striker Henrik Larsson sits down with Sky Sports News reporter Dharmesh Sheth to reveal all on his career. Larsson discusses how his move to Celtic materialised and what Martin O’Neill did to transform the team into treble winners. He explains why he stayed loyal to Celtic despite interest from Manchester United and the reasons behind his departure to Barcelona in 2004. Larsson discusses his role in the Champions League final victory over Arsenal before revealing how his surprise loan move to United in 2007 came about. He also shares how Sir Alex Ferguson and Gary Neville attempted to keep him at Old Trafford before sharing his own opinion on the Cristiano Ronaldo vs Lionel Messi debate.
26/02/2058m 57s

Gudjohnsen & Hasselbaink special: Their Chelsea bond, Abramovich takeover & Jose vs Pep

Former Chelsea strikers Eidur Gudjohnsen and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink join Jo Wilson and Dharmesh Sheth for part two of our special episode in front of a live audience. They recall how they both joined Chelsea in 2000, with Eidur revealing the Premier League club he could have moved to before making his switch to Stamford Bridge. The pair explain how their scoring partnership was formed, what it was like keeping Gianfranco Zola out of the team and the impact Roman Abramovich's takeover of the club had on the squad. Eidur discusses the differences of working under Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, while Jimmy explains how a dream move to Barcelona fell through.
10/02/2046m 18s

Hasselbaink and Gudjohnsen review the January transfer window

Former Chelsea strikers Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Eidur Gudjohnsen join Jo Wilson and Dharmesh for a special episode in front of a live studio audience in London. They assess the winners and losers from the January transfer window (09:10) and discuss Chelsea’s lack of business (14:05). The panel debate why Manchester United are struggling under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (27:17) and give their views on Tottenham’s January business (42:47) before answering questions from the audience.
03/02/2054m 49s

Why Bergwijn will be Spurs success, Newcastle takeover latest & is Bellingham the next big star?

Dutch football journalist Marcel van der Kraan gives the inside track on Steven Bergwijn's move to Tottenham and explains why he believes the Netherlands forward will be a success in the Premier League (04:51). The panel also discuss whether Giovani Lo Celso is a ready made replacement for Christian Eriksen following the Denmark international's move to Inter Milan (15:19). Sky Sports News north-east reporter Keith Downie drops in to provide the latest on the proposed takeover at Newcastle (25:45), while EFL expert George Elek profiles Birmingham City's rising star and Manchester United target Jude Bellingham (36:17). There's also news from Arsenal, West Ham, Sheffield United, Celtic and more (47:20).
28/01/2057m 21s

What's going wrong at Man Utd, was Lukaku move a 'win-win' & where does Eriksen fit at Inter?

After a difficult week for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, United We Stand editor Andy Mitten joins the show to analyse where Man Utd go from here (3:25). Dharmesh Sheth and Gabriele Marcotti discuss Paul Pogba's future (17:35) and why a potential deal for Bruno Fernandes is stalling (22:40). They also reflect on Romelu Lukaku's exclusive interview with Sky Sports News (32:08) and analyse where Christian Eriksen fits at Inter (40:25). Terry Gibson joins the show to profile Tottenham target Willian Jose (43:32), and there is also news on Arsenal, Leeds Utd, Rangers and Celtic.
24/01/201h 2m

Why Inter want PL stars, Spain's hidden gems & what's best for Cavani?

Sky Italy transfer reporter Fabrizio Romano provides the latest on Inter Milan's pursuit of Christian Eriksen, Olivier Giroud and Victor Moses (03:05). He also discusses what the future may hold for Manchester United loanee Alexis Sanchez before the panel assess Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's striking options following the injury to Marcus Rashford (12:47). Dharmesh Sheth provides an update on Bruno Fernandes' move to Old Trafford and examines the role super agent Jorge Mendes may play in the deal (22:17). Spanish football expert Terry Gibson profiles Manchester City target Mikel Oyarzabal (38:53), while the future of Edinson Cavani is debated (47:12). Plus, there's news from Newcastle, Wolves, Aston Villa, Sheffield United and much more (55:06).
21/01/2058m 13s

Why Soumare is in demand, Man Utd's midfield future and Everton's Usmanov links examined

ESPN French football analyst Jonathan Johnson joins the show to profile Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumare (1:01), who is attracting interest from Chelsea and Manchester United among others. The panel also provide an update on Manchester United's pursuit of Bruno Fernandes (15:25) and discuss where he might fit in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's midfield. Sky Sports News reporter Alan Myers joins the show to discuss Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov's links to Everton (26:16) and outlines where Carlo Ancelotti is hoping to strengthen his squad in January.
17/01/2041m 16s

Inside Barca's future plans, Kai Havertz profiled & is Jose's Eriksen criticism constructive?

Spanish football expert Graham Hunter joins the show to discuss Barcelona’s decision to sack Ernesto Valverde and hire Quique Setien (01:22). As Tottenham close in on the signing of Gedson Fernandes, our panel discuss whether he fits under Jose Mourinho (18:20), and examine where else Spurs need to strengthen. German football expert Raphael Honigstein joins the show to profile rising star Kai Havertz and discuss where the Bayer Leverkusen midfielder could move this summer (34:54). He also weighs in on the futures of Jadon Sancho and Timo Werner. Finally, there is also news from Manchester United, Leicester City, Aston Villa, Celtic and Rangers (47:28).
14/01/2056m 54s

Are Fernandes and Van de Beek United's answer, Jose's Spurs masterplan and where next for Sancho?

Portuguese journalist Filipe Dias and ESPN senior football writer Mark Ogden join the show to discuss Manchester United's interest in Sporting Lisbon's Bruno Fernandes and Ajax's Donny van de Beek. Jadon Sancho is attracting huge interest across Europe - the panel discuss the likelihood of a move and what club would be the best fit for the England winger. Sky Sports News north-west reporter Ben Ransom explains what a potential overhaul at Manchester City could look like if Pep Guardiola has his way and if Leroy Sane will be part of it. After Harry Kane and Moussa Sissoko joined Tottenham's growing injury list, the panel explore what players Jose Mourinho may look to add to ease the burden. They also discuss the effect Mourinho has already had on Spurs and how he will look to evolve the team. And that's not all, we also have news from Chelsea, West Ham, Crystal Palace, Newcastle, Sheffield United, Celtic and Rangers.
10/01/2051m 2s

Why United want Maddison, Gedson Fernandes profiled & what Zaha's agent change means

With Manchester United interested in James Maddison, the panel discuss whether it would be a wise move for the England international and why Leicester are confident of keeping him. They analyse United's search for a new attacking midfielder and what Jesse Lingard's change of agent might mean. Portuguese journalist Filipe Dias joins the show to profile Benfica's in-demand midfielder Gedson Fernandes. There are updates on the futures of Christian Eriksen and Olivier Giroud with Inter Milan interested in both players. Wilfried Zaha is also discussed following his change of agent. And EFL expert George Elek from the Not The Top 20 podcast joins the show to look at which Championship clubs could be busy in January with the race for promotion hotting up.
07/01/2050m 50s

Can Chelsea prise Dembele away, will Eriksen leave for free & Rangers, Celtic to spend for title

As Chelsea step up their efforts to add to their attacking options, ESPN French football expert Jonathan Johnson assesses their chances of landing Lyon striker Moussa Dembele. The panel discuss why Manchester United pulled out of a deal for Erling Haaland and whether such a move would have set a dangerous precedent at the club. With less than six months to go on his contract, the panel weigh up whether Tottenham should sell Christian Eriksen or risk losing him for nothing in the summer. Former West Ham striker Tony Cottee highlights where new manager David Moyes should look to strengthen this month, while Sky Sports News Scotland reporter Luke Shanley discusses the title race and where Rangers and Celtic may look to add. Plus, we have news from Arsenal, Aston Villa, Sheffield United, Wolves, Brighton and more!
03/01/2058m 38s

Can Arteta revitalise Arsenal, what Ancelotti means for Everton & who is leading Haaland race?

ESPN senior football analyst Gabriele Marcotti joins Dharmesh Sheth and host Dave Reed to discuss Arsenal's move to appoint Mikel Arteta and the potential knock-on effects for the future of Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. Carlo Ancelotti is close to being named Everton boss - Sky Sports News reporter Alan Myers shares the latest from Goodison Park and what budget the Italian may have to work with. German football expert Raphael Honigstein joins the panel to discuss the impact of Jurgen Klopp's new contract, a potential January arrival at Anfield and the Bundesliga club leading the race to sign teenage striker Erling Braut Haaland. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to bring a striker to Manchester United in January, the panel assess whether his priority should be elsewhere. With Chelsea once again free to sign players, the panel look at the players Frank Lampard may look to bring in before rounding up the rest of the transfer news.
17/12/191h

What Neymar wants, Utd's Sanchez gamble & who will Celtic and Rangers sign before deadline?

What does Neymar want? French football expert Jonathan Johnson phones in to explain why re-joining Barcelona is Neymar’s preference (02:23). Jonathan also discusses the takeover of Nice by chemicals giant Ineos – which is run by British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe – and how that might impact French football (09:22). Dharmesh Sheth and Nick Wright debate the pros and cons for Manchester United of letting Alexis Sanchez and Chris Smalling leave for Serie A (17:03). We also hear from Mason Greenwood’s former England coach on whether the teenage striker is ready for a bigger role at Old Trafford (27:50). As the Scottish transfer deadline looms, Sky Sports News reporter Luke Shanley joins the show to assess the business done so far and analyse whether Rangers have closed the gap on Celtic (37:38).
30/08/1958m 12s

Should Utd sell Sanchez, did Coutinho choose wisely and where would Neymar fit?

Should Manchester United should sell Alexis Sanchez? ESPN football analyst Gabriele Marcotti joins Tom White and Dharmesh Sheth to discuss Inter Milan’s interest in the Chilean and what the pros and cons are for United in selling him. (1:32)Gabriele analyses which teams in Serie A have had a successful transfer window so far and assesses who can challenge champions Juventus. (17:34)The panel also examine whether Philippe Coutinho will be successful at Bayern Munich and whether the move is a wise one for the Brazilian. (29:37)We also take a look at where Neymar would fit in at Real Madrid and Barcelona, should he leave Paris Saint-Germain. (37:50)
23/08/191h 1m

What will Neymar cost, why Real need Pogba and what next for Celtic after CL exit?

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).
16/08/191h 16m

Deadline Day review, fixing Utd's transfer strategy and Arsenal's new ruthless approach

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.
09/08/1959m 50s

Utd’s late Eriksen move assessed, how Derby will afford Rooney and what now for Lukaku?

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.
06/08/191h 1m

Inside Dybala-Lukaku swap, Utd's £80m Maguire deal and would Fernandes ease Poch concerns?

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).
02/08/191h 7m

Will Juve beat Inter to Lukaku, why Pepe will transform Arsenal & Bale left in limbo

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.
30/07/1945m 11s

What PSG want for Neymar, Ole anxious to land Maguire and could Everton trump Arsenal for Zaha?

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).
26/07/1959m 49s

How do Real shift Bale, Arsenal deals on the rocks and will Joelinton rejuvenate Newcastle?

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).
23/07/1954m 40s

Why Messi is key to Neymar deal, Real's Pogba tension and who calls the shots at Newcastle?

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).
19/07/191h 5m

Why Utd need to sell, what PSG want for Neymar & Arsenal fans' unrest assessed

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).
16/07/191h 6m

Lukaku’s value assessed, how Griezmann fits at Barca and is Villa’s spending spree risky?

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.
12/07/1951m 31s

Utd's Pogba options, Coutinho key to Neymar deal plus Vickery's Copa America verdict

Neymar is AWOL from PSG and the Transfer Talk panel discuss what it will take for Barcelona to re-sign him (01:50). French football journalist Jonathan Johnson joins the show to reveal why Philippe Coutinho is likely to be central to any deal (08:30), while South American football expert Tim Vickery dials in to give his assessment. Tim provides a scouting report of the new Brazil star that filled Neymar's boots at the Copa America (23:30) - and there's details of another set-back for Manchester United's Alexis Sanchez. Paul Pogba wants to leave United - but is in Australia as part of the club's pre-season tour. United We Stand editor Andy Mitten joins on the phone (33:29) from the club's base to explain just how the midfielder has been behaving - and where he could be going. Dharmesh reveals the possible Pogba replacements United are already lining up (51:22), before the panel round up the latest on deals at Burnley, Juventus, Man City, Everton, Tottenham and Aston Villa (01:00:00).
09/07/191h 4m

Will Utd pay up for Fernandes, Barca's Neymar-Griezmann plan and Merson's Lampard view

Host Tom White is joined in studio by Sky Sports News reporter Dharmesh Sheth and Sky Sports football writer Nick Wright to discuss why Manchester United’s pursuit of Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes could become costly (02:06). Dharmesh also reveals why David de Gea could be staying put at Old Trafford. Spanish football expert Dermot Corrigan joins to analyse Atletico Madrid’s £113m move for Joao Felix (18:03), why Jan Oblak is still not happy there (26:00) and explains Barcelona’s plan to sign Neymar and Antoine Griezmann (29:35). Paul Merson calls in to assess Chelsea’s top-four chances under new head coach Frank Lampard (39:25). And Dharmesh offers an update on the futures of Chelsea academy graduates Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Callum Hudson-Odoi (52:16). The soap opera that is Marko Arnautovic at West Ham is coming to an end – the panel explain who could replace him (57:37). And we bring you up to date with all the latest transfer news from across Europe - with Liverpool, Aston Villa, Leicester, Sheffield United and Juventus all featuring (1:03:20).
05/07/191h 7m

What's Maguire's value, why Lukaku wants out and can Arsenal afford Zaha?

Host Dave Reed is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Belgian football expert Kristof Terreur to discuss all the latest moves in the market. After Leicester rejected a £70m bid from Manchester United for Harry Maguire, the panel discuss whether the England international is worth a potential world-record fee for a defender (01:59). Kristof also reveals why Romelu Lukaku wants to leave United, the team leading the race to sign Youri Tielemans and the current situation surrounding Yannick Carrasco (11:48). With Crystal Palace holding out for £80m for Wilfried Zaha, the panel discuss if Arsenal can afford him and their possible alternatives (27:54). West Ham are also on the agenda after they rejected a bid from an unnamed Chinese club for Marko Arnautovic (48:11), while Sky Sports News north-east reporter Keith Downie provides an update on the future of Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff (52:20).
02/07/191h 6m

How Ndombele fits at Spurs, why Fernandes would thrive in PL and Guardiola's priorities

As Tottenham close in on the club-record signing of Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, the panel examine the impact he could have at Spurs next season (2:12). They also discuss Chelsea's potential signing of Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic and where things stand on Frank Lampard's expected return to Stamford Bridge (9:28). Ben Ransom joins the show to provide an update on Manchester City's pursuits of Leicester defender Harry Maguire and Atletico Madrid midfielder Rodri (15:00). With Benfica's highly-rated attacking midfielder Joao Felix set to join Atletico Madrid, Portuguese football expert Felipe Dias explains why he is worth £112m as well as providing insight into what the future may hold for Premier League target Bruno Fernandes (29:50). Finally, the panel discuss where Manchester United may look to strengthen next after clinching a deal to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace (43:05).
28/06/1957m 57s

Can Newcastle survive without Rafa, Lampard's new-look Chelsea and the case against Arsenal's defence

After a dramatic day on Tyneside on Monday, when it was revealed Rafael Benitez would leave Newcastle at the end of this month, the panel examine the fallout from the popular Spaniard's impending departure (3:08). With Derby granting Chelsea permission to speak to Frank Lampard, our panel discuss how the Blues might look under the guidance of their record goalscorer next season (18:28). They also discuss the overhaul Steven Gerrard is overseeing this summer at Rangers as he seeks to build a squad capable of overhauling Celtic (26:30). Charlie Nicholas joins the show to discuss whether Kieran Tierney would be a good fit at Arsenal (31:26), while the panel also discuss the latest updates on a host of big-name stars (45:22), including Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Matthijs De Ligt, Dani Alves and Philippe Coutinho.
25/06/191h 4m

Should Utd listen to Sir Alex, Klopp's message to the board and PSG's changing stance on Neymar

As Sir Alex Ferguson urges Manchester United to appoint Steve Walsh in a consultancy role to help with the club's structural changes, former United defender Danny Higginbotham assesses whether executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward should heed the advice of the legendary manager (3:00). Having previously been critical of big spending clubs, the panel assess whether Jurgen Klopp has had to overlook his financial philosophy in a bid to keep up with Europe's elite (25:04). The panel round up the other big transfer news, including Everton's move for Andre Gomes and West Ham's bid to keep Declan Rice and Issa Diop (32:23). French football expert Jonathan Johnson joins the show to provide the latest on PSG's pursuit of Ajax captain Matthijs De Ligt (42:10) and gives updates on the futures of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, Tanguy Ndombele and Nicolas Pepe.
21/06/191h 4m

Is Lampard right for Chelsea, West Ham's La Liga revolution and Real, Barca & Atleti overhauls assessed

With Frank Lampard the favourite to replace Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea, the panel assess the job potentially facing the Blues legend (1:51). The future of Paul Pogba is once again on the agenda after he stated his desire for a new challenge (14:11). The panel discuss if Real Madrid could be his next home and provide insight on United’s pursuit of Issa Diop (19:14). As West Ham begin their summer spending, we look into a growing Spanish influence at the club (26:45). Staying with Spain, La Liga football expert Terry Gibson examines the overhauls at Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and Real Madrid as well as giving his opinion on the imminent club-record arrival of Rodri at Manchester City (35:54).
18/06/1957m 30s

What Pogba is worth, inside Klopp's strategy and Arsenal's Ozil issue

As Juventus step up their pursuit of Paul Pogba, our panel discuss whether selling the midfielder would be the right move for Manchester United. With Maurizio Sarri heading to Juventus, we look at what is next for Chelsea and the likes of Callum Hudson-Odoi. German football expert Raphael Honigstein reviews Bayern Munich's interest in Leroy Sane and what options are left for Mesut Ozil at Arsenal. Finally, Raphael gives an insight into Jurgen Klopp's strategy and predicts what the future may hold for the German at Anfield.
14/06/191h 5m

Should Utd break the bank for Maguire, why De Ligt is in demand and what Celtic & Rangers need

As Manchester City and Manchester United prepare to go head to head to sign Leicester’s Harry Maguire, our panel debate whether he is worth a world-record fee for a defender. Also discussed is United’s pursuit of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and why he is in such high demand after one full season with Crystal Palace. Dutch football expert Marcel van der Kraan provides an update on the future of Matthijs de Ligt and gives his view on which big stars from the Eredivisie are likely to move to the Premier League this summer. Finally, the SPFL’s all-time leading goalscorer Kris Boyd phones in to weigh in on what Rangers need to do to stop Celtic winning nine in a row.
11/06/191h 7m

How Hazard fits at Real, Man Utd's Pogba dilemma and Arsenal's summer plans explained

Belgian football expert Kristof Terreur joins the panel to discuss where Eden Hazard will fit in at Real Madrid (01:30) and why Romelu Lukaku is considering his Manchester United future (05:05). Kristof also reveals which defender United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made a top summer target for the club (09:25). Staying with United, the panel assess the futures of Paul Pogba and David De Gea as well as the imminent arrival of Daniel James at Old Trafford (15:10). London Evening Standard chief football reporter James Olley reveals the areas Arsenal will look to strengthen and the financial constraints facing manager Unai Emery (26:01). After Christian Eriksen admitted he was open to a move away from Tottenham, the panel examine what his departure could mean for Spurs and who could potentially replace him (44:36).
07/06/1948m 43s

Why Koulibaly is worth £100m, could Lo Celso replace Eriksen at Spurs and latest on Newcastle's takeover bid

The panel discuss whether Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly is worth £100m as Italian football expert Adam Digby joins us in the studio, with the latest on Juventus’ search for a new head coach and the future of Chelsea's Maurizio Sarri also on the agenda. Eden Hazard said he felt the Europa League felt like his Chelsea farewell, we give an update on his dream move to Real Madrid. Sky Sports News reporter Rob Dorsett gives a lowdown on the business of the Midlands clubs with Frank Lampard’s future at Derby discussed as well as Leicester’s transfer policy this summer. There’s an update on the proposed takeover of Newcastle by Dubai-based billionaire Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed. South American football expert Tim Vickery explains why he thinks reported Tottenham target Giovani Lo Celso could be the perfect replacement for Christian Eriksen.
31/05/191h 8m

How Zidane holds key to Hazard deal, why Lukaku could get his ‘dream’ move and have Man Utd changed their transfer policy?

The panel are joined by Belgian football expert Kristof Terreur to get the latest details on Real Madrid's pursuit of Eden Hazard (1:44). With Maurizio Sarri set to hold talks over his Chelsea future, we look at how potential replacement Frank Lampard could hold the key to working with Chelsea's youngsters, with a possible transfer ban looming (22:10). Manchester United are closing in on their first summer signing as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer targets some of Britain's youngest stars, but will they miss out on one of Ajax's young heroes? (38:45) And reporter Keith Downie provides the latest from Rafa Benitez's crunch talks and explores how that is affecting Newcastle’s progress early in the window (51:48).
24/05/191h 1m

Inside Man Utd's overhaul, why Barca must make room for Griezmann and is Zaha ready for a top-six club?

The expected overhaul at Man Utd is top of the agenda as the panel are joined by the editor of United We Stand, Andy Mitten, with the futures of Paul Pogba, Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez all under the microscope (05:14). After arguably the greatest title race in Premier League history, how do Man City and Liverpool improve? The panel touch on potential recruitment for Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp (33:55). Spanish football expert Terry Gibson analyses Antoine Griezmann's decision to leave Atletico Madrid and how Barca will make room for him (40:14). What does the future hold for Wilfried Zaha? He’s told Crystal Palace he wants to leave, so could a top-six club be his next destination? (51:17) Finally, the panel discuss what the summer may hold for Chelsea, who are facing the prospect of a two-window transfer ban and losing star man Eden Hazard (58:02).
16/05/191h 7m

Deadline Day winners and losers, will Almiron ease Ashley unrest at Newcastle and does Fellaini exit signal new era at Man Utd?

Host Tom White is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Pete Hall to discuss the fallout from another dramatic Deadline Day. They name their winners and losers and give their assessment on the clubs that secured the best business this January. Newcastle smashed their transfer record for the first time since 2005 with Miguel Almiron arriving at St James’ Park for £21m. But will that quell the fans’ discontent towards the ownership and convince manager Rafa Benitez to stay at the club? The panel debate whether the exit of Marouane Fellaini signals the start of a new era at Manchester United, while they discuss the importance of Anthony Martial signing a new contract. Finally, they look ahead to the summer transfer window and what the future may hold for the likes of Eden Hazard, Marko Arnautovic, Toby Alderweireld and Wilfried Zaha.
01/02/1951m 5s

Chelsea's Hudson-Odoi dilemma, Solskjaer making his case and Deadline Day preview

Host Laura Woods is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Pete Hall to discuss all the last-minute deals being done as the clock ticks down to Deadline Day. After Chelsea rejected a transfer request from Callum Hudson-Odoi, the panel discuss what else the club need to do to persuade the youngster to stay. Can Arsenal get deals for Ivan Perisic and Denis Suarez over the line? Our panel weigh in on that. They also discuss what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs to do to land the Man United job on a permanent basis and what Ed Woodward's priorities will be heading into the summer. We also have updates on Newcastle, West Ham, Southampton and Manchester City.
29/01/1947m 10s

Jaap Stam special: The real reason I left Man Utd, my fall out with Sir Alex Ferguson and why I didn’t join Man City

Former Manchester United defender Jaap Stam sits down with Sky Sports News reporter Dharmesh Sheth to reveal all on his career. Stam discusses how a move to Old Trafford materialised and why he felt he was never ‘tapped up’ by the club. The former Netherlands international explains how his relationship with Sir Alex Ferguson deteriorated and why he felt the release of his controversial autobiography was not linked to his eventual departure to Lazio. Stam also reveals why he turned down the chance to return to Manchester when City boss Kevin Keegan came calling.
27/01/1944m 15s

Wenger's next move, could Arsenal look to Overmars and how Barca won the De Jong race

Host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Nick Wright in the studio - but we go to France first, where Jonathan Johnson reveals the inside story on why Monaco have got rid of Thierry Henry (02:20), and how Paris Saint-Germain are planning a role for Arsene Wenger to have 'free rein' at the club (06:04). Raphael Honigstein explains why Borussia Dortmund are keen on Wilfried Zaha (16:30), and what is holding up Callum Hudson-Odoi's potential move from Chelsea to Bayern Munich (20:57). We hear from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (38:55), Gianfranco Zola (43:52) and Rafa Benitez (48:30). Dutch football journalist Marcel van der Kraan explains why Barcelona have shelled out so much on Frenkie de Jong (52:00), and why Marc Overmars would be a good choice for Arsenal to replace Sven Mislintat (58:44).
25/01/191h 4m

How will Mislintat’s exit affect Arsenal’s plans, which five players PL clubs should be watching and is Hudson-Odoi on his way from Chelsea?

Host Laura Woods is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Michael Bridge to discuss Sven Mislintat’s imminent departure from Arsenal and how that could affect the club’s transfer plans (01:14). Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi is set to reject a new £85,000-a-week contract – so will the Blues be pushed to sell him with less than 18 months remaining on his current deal? (09:48) The ongoing saga involving Marko Arnautovic took another couple of twists over the weekend – the panel discuss whether West Ham will continue to push ahead with a deal for Uruguay striker Maxi Gomez even if Arnautovic remains at the club (17:10). EFL expert George Elek joins the panel to chat about the five players that could make the step up to the Premier League in the near future (26:55), while MLS expert Andrew Wiebe gives us the inside track on Rangers target Matt Polster (35:47).
22/01/1943m 4s

The rise of Man City: Why the takeover hinged on Robinho, holding talks with John Terry and the pursuit of Jose Mourinho

Former Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook sits down with Sky Sports News reporter Dharmesh Sheth to talk through the rise of the club. Cook discusses the early financial troubles during his tenure and the arrival of multi-billionaire owner Sheikh Mansour. Cook reveals all the details behind City’s mega signings, from Robinho to Yaya Toure, and what happened during talks with John Terry. He also explains how they looked at bringing in Jose Mourinho to the Etihad and why Pep Guardiola was always in their sights.
20/01/1941m 4s

Are Sarri and Higuain the perfect match, will Tottenham sign a Kane replacement and why West Ham are targeting the next Luis Suarez?

Italian football expert Adam Digby explains the reasons behind Maurizio Sarri's move for Gonzalo Higuain, the relationship the two share and how the Argentina striker will fit into the playing system at Chelsea (01:44). He also gives the inside track on Chelsea midfield target Leandro Paredes and analyses where Aaron Ramsey will fit in at Juventus. Could Tottenham dip into the market after losing Harry Kane to injury? Dharmesh Sheth assesses Mauricio Pochettino’s options (15:44). Is Uruguay striker Maxi Gomez the man to replace Marko Arnautovic at West Ham? South American football expert Tim Vickery explains what Gomez could bring to the Hammers and provides an update on Newcastle target Miguel Almiron (21:19). The panel go round the rest of the Premier League as we hear from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Unai Emery, Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola (34:37).
18/01/1947m 6s

Chelsea's striker dilemma, is Real still Hazard's dream and can Arsenal land Carrasco?

Host Laura Woods is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Adam Bate to break down Atletico Madrid's move for Alvaro Morata and to discuss whether Gonzalo Higuain will be the man to replace him at Chelsea (1:28). Belgian football journalist Kristof Terreur joins the show to discuss Eden Hazard's desire to join Real Madrid (11:30), why Michy Batshauyi wants to join Monaco (13:02) and Arsenal's interest in Yannick Carrasco (15:02). The panel react to Petr Cech's retirement (19:25) , before discussing Marko Arnautovic's desire to quit West Ham for China (22:48) and whether the Hammers can beat off interest from Chelsea to sign Bournemouth's Callum Wilson as a replacement (24:25). Finally, Sky Sports News Northern reporter Tim Thornton joins the show to react to David Wagner's surprise exit from Huddersfield Town (31:40) and to discuss Leeds United's plans for the January transfer window (34:30).
15/01/1942m 44s

Les Ferdinand special: How Man Utd move was blocked, losing Newcastle's number nine shirt and why leaving is his biggest regret

Host Dharmesh Sheth is joined by former QPR, Newcastle and Spurs striker Les Ferdinand for a special episode of Transfer Talk. The former England international reveals all about his playing career, including how a potential transfer to Man Utd was blocked. Ferdinand opens up on his move to Newcastle, his relationship with Kevin Keegan and why losing the Magpies number nine shirt hurt him. He also reveals why he regrets leaving St. James' Park and explains why his move to boyhood club Tottenham did not turn out as well as he had hoped.
13/01/1949m 15s

Why Eriksen is Real's priority, what is Neymar's next step and will Arnautovic follow in Payet's footsteps?

Spanish football expert Graham Hunter joins the show to discuss why Tottenham's Christian Eriksen is Real Madrid's priority summer target, and whether Chelsea's Eden Hazard may join him at the Santiago Bernabeu. There are also updates on the futures of Jose Mourinho, Neymar and Willian, as well as Manchester United pair Ander Herrera and Juan Mata. The panel discuss the pros and cons of Chelsea moving for Gonzalo Higuain and why the club must fight to keep Callum Hudson-Odoi. Also on the agenda is whether Marko Arnautovic could follow in Dimitri Payet's footsteps at West Ham.
11/01/1958m 49s

Would Suarez fit in at Arsenal, which Serie A star could join Chelsea and should Celtic be spending more?

Host Michael Bridge is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Pete Hall to discuss Arsenal’s pursuit of Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez and what role head coach Unai Emery will play in their attempts to sign him (02:04). Brahim Diaz’s departure from Manchester City to Real Madrid comes under the microscope, as does the intriguing clause involving Manchester United in that deal (13:11). Sky Sports Italy journalist Ghilda Pensante phones in to chat about Chelsea target Nicolo Barella (22:55), the future of AC Milan striker Gonzalo Higuain and the latest on Juventus’ quest to sign Aaron Ramsey. Scottish reporter Charles Paterson also joins the show from Celtic’s training camp in Dubai and discusses whether manager Brendan Rodgers will be given more funds to spend this month (40:56).
08/01/1953m 32s

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink special: Why I had to leave Leeds, the surprise call that took me to Chelsea and how a move to Barca fell through

Host Dharmesh Sheth is joined by former Leeds and Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink for a special episode of Transfer Talk. The Dutchman reveals all on his playing career, including the reasons behind his move to Leeds, his relationship with George Graham and why he felt forced out by David O’Leary. Hasselbaink explains how a surprise phone call sparked a move from Atletico Madrid to Chelsea and why a January switch to Barcelona fell through. The two-time Premier League golden boot winner also discusses the reasons behind his decision to snub AC Milan and Champions League football for Middlesbrough.
06/01/1936m 49s

Why Chelsea must fight to keep Hudson-Odoi, could Defoe swing the SPL title race and the inside track on PSG's January plans

Chelsea's battle to hold on to Callum Hudson-Odoi is hot on the agenda for host Pete Graves, who is joined by Sky Sports News reporter Michael Bridge and features writer Pete Hall (2:06). We hear from Maurizio Sarri, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, Mauricio Pochettino and many more Premier League managers on their January transfer plans (10:57). Kris Boyd phones in from Scotland to analyse Jermain Defoe's shock move to Rangers and what it could mean for Celtic in the Scottish title race (26:02). Bournemouth didn't take long to replace Defoe - we'll discuss Dominic Solanke's £19m move from Liverpool (40:28). French football journalist Jonathan Johnson dials in to tell us the potential ins and outs at PSG, with Adrien Rabiot, Aaron Ramsey and Toby Alderweireld among the names discussed (43:28).
04/01/191h 1m

Is Pulisic a replacement for Hazard, will Man Utd back Solskjaer and why Celtic need to spend?

Host Tom White is joined by Dharmesh Sheth, Michael Bridge and German football expert Raphael Honigstein to discuss where Christian Pulisic will fit in at Chelsea, what that means for Eden Hazard and which other Premier League clubs had been interested in the American. There's the latest from Arsenal as Aaron Ramsey weighs up his options for the future. We analyse whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be given any financial backing at Manchester United in January. Our Scottish football reporter Luke Shanley looks ahead to a hugely important transfer window in the Scottish Premiership and will Tottenham finally spend money on new players?
02/01/1959m 42s

What next for Man Utd, will the title challengers spend and how does the sale of Newcastle affect Rafa’s plans?

Tom White is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Adam Bate to discuss the ramifications of Manchester United’s decision to sack manager Jose Mourinho and debate whether the current transfer structure at the club needs an overhaul (02:35). They examine the squads of the title challengers and top four rivals (24:58), while Pete Graves and Keith Downie join the panel to assess the current situation at Newcastle (45:42). Finally, Sky Sports pundit Andy Walker discusses the areas where Celtic and Rangers will aim to strengthen (1:04:29).
18/12/181h 10m

Why Martial's Man Utd future is not dependent on Jose, will Man City fend off Real interest in Sterling? Plus all the moves from Deadline Da

Host Tom White is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Pete Hall to dissect Manchester United's business model - and whether United vice chairman Ed Woodward took a decision over Anthony Martial's future out of Jose Mourinho's hands. Real Madrid are understood to have renewed their interest in Raheem Sterling - the panel evaluate the possibility of a move to the Bernabeu for the England forward. "Jack Wilshere or Max Meyer?" - Dharmesh and Pete are faced with an uncomfortable quick-fire review of the transfer window and the series as a whole. There's updates on the futures of Celtic striker Moussa Dembele and Leicester centre-back Filip Benkovic, plus Rangers' attempts to sign Eros Grezda. We have all the latest from Championship sides Middlesbrough, Millwall, Sheffield United, West Brom, Leeds, Blackburn and Ipswich. Finally, the panel answer your transfer questions.
31/08/1848m 3s

Will Man United revamp their transfer strategy, are Man City able to sign a keeper? Plus, what will Celtic and Rangers do before Deadline Da

Host Tom White is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Pete Hall to look at how clubs are dealing with the ramifications of the transfer window. After Manchester United's 3-2 defeat to Brighton, the panel discuss whether United's failure to sign a centre-back is coming back to haunt them (03:23). And with critics continuing to round on Jose Mourinho, Pete and Dharmesh evaluate the club's transfer history and assess the options for the future at Old Trafford. Manchester City are facing a goalkeeping crisis but what options do the Premier League champions have for a replacement? (25:36) Luke Shanley joins the show to look at what business Celtic and Rangers might do before the end of the transfer window in Scotland (31:34). There's updates on the futures of Tottenham's Danny Rose and Everton youngster Ademola Lookman, plus with Championship clubs still able to make loan signings, we have all the latest from Middlesbrough, Blackburn, Q.P.R., Stoke and Millwall (43:35).
24/08/1859m 37s

Will Raiola push Pogba out of Man Utd, how Mido nearly joined Real Madrid, and is Boyata's Celtic career over?

Host Pete Graves is joined by Aidan Magee and Michael Bridge to discuss which Premier League stars could be leaving before the European windows close. Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba's relationship is assessed, after the Manchester United manager denied there had been a bust-up. The panel discuss United’s options for future windows and what that could all mean for Mourinho. Mido – a former client of Mino Raiola – explains what advice the superagent might give to Pogba and reveals how he nearly joined Real Madrid instead of Tottenham. Sky in Italy's Ghilda Pensante joined the show to go through all the last-minute deals being made on Deadline Day in Serie A. And, former Celtic striker Andy Walker has the latest on all the transfer activity in Scotland, as both Celtic and Rangers battle to keep hold of key players.
17/08/1857m 20s

Deadline Day review: Dismay for Man Utd & Spurs, delight for Everton & Fulham plus predictions for new season

Host Laura Woods is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and former West Ham striker Dean Ashton to discuss the winners and losers from another hectic Deadline Day (03:40). The business of the Premier League’s top six is assessed by the panel, including Manchester United’s failure to sign a new centre-back (16:01) and whether Tottenham's lack of business could affect the players already at the club (29:15). Spanish football expert Rik Sharma joins to discuss Chelsea’s record-breaking signing Kepa (38:25) and reveals what the Blues would have paid if they had bought him last January. Everton, West Ham, Wolves and Fulham have spent big this summer, the panel discuss their season prospects (44:00). Dean analyses the situation at Newcastle (56:53) and discusses what clubs could be in danger of the drop this campaign.
10/08/181h 11m

Will Courtois get his move to Real, is Maguire a smokescreen for Alderweireld and why Man Utd must keep Pogba?

Host Pete Graves is joined by Laura Woods and Dharmesh Sheth to chat about the final moves in the transfer market before Thursday's 5pm deadline. Kristof Terreur joins to reveal why he fears Thibaut Courtois will continue to miss Chelsea training - with Real Madrid in hot pursuit - (04:15) and why Manchester United's long-standing interest in Toby Alderweireld may come to a head on Deadline Day (13:22). Adam Bate joins to explain why United must keep hold of Paul Pogba - despite Barcelona's surprise offer (30:26). Jurgen Klopp has not ruled out more ins and outs at Liverpool before the window closes - the panel dissect any potential deals (42:47). There's an update on Tottenham's pursuit of Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish and why history suggests Spurs could still get their man (47:58). Plus news from West Ham, Newcastle, Crystal Palace, Bournemouth, Leicester, Burnley, Rangers and Celtic (53:55).
07/08/181h 13m

Is it the end for Martial at Man Utd, do Spurs need to sell and has the balance of power shifted in Europe?

Host Pete Graves is joined by Michael Bridge and Nick Wright to discuss the futures of Toby Alderweireld, Danny Rose and Mousa Dembele, as Tottenham prepare to listen to offers for the trio. The panel also look at whether Anthony Martial's time at Manchester United is over and if a swap deal for Chelsea's Willian is realistic. With Leonardo Bonucci heading back to Juventus to join Cristiano Ronaldo, we look at whether the balance of power in Europe has shifted. After Rafael Benitez's latest criticism of Newcastle's transfer activity, the panel analyse their prospects for the new season. Plus, there is news from West Ham, Burnley, Leicester. Everton, Arsenal and Watford.
03/08/1856m 12s

Is Mourinho right to be unhappy, who could replace Courtois and is Mitrovic a big loss for Newcastle?

Host Tom White is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Adam Bate to discuss Jose Mourinho's frustrations with Manchester United's transfer business this summer (1:53). The panel debate which of Toby Alderweireld, Harry Maguire and Yerry Mina is most likely to join United (5:02), as well as Mourinho's increasingly-strained relationship with Anthony Martial (10:15). There is also an update on the future of Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and we analyse whether the Blues will be able to sign a viable replacement if he does leave this summer (16:25). The panel debate what Gonzalo Higuain’s move to AC Milan means for Chelsea and Alvaro Morata (20:45), plus whether Newcastle were right to sell Aleksandr Mitrovic to Fulham, with Salomon Rondon looking likely to replace him (29:03). We have the latest on the future of Robert Lewandowski (35:29), and there are updates from Liverpool, Leeds United, Wolves and Rangers.
31/07/1853m 41s

Is Maguire Man Utd’s priority? Plus Chelsea’s striker dilemma and do Villa still need to sell Grealish?

Host Tom White is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Michael Bridge to discuss Manchester United's interest in Harry Maguire and what that means for their pursuit of Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld (2:15). The panel also examine Jose Mourinho’s relationship with Anthony Martial (13:50) and have the latest from Chelsea, where the future of Alvaro Morata remains in doubt amid interest from AC Milan (21:18). Rob Dorsett looks at how Wolves have entered the race for a Barcelona star (32:11) and analyses what is happening at Aston Villa, who have kept Steve Bruce but still appear likely to lose Jack Grealish (41:22). Aaron Ramsey's future at Arsenal is also discussed (49:45), plus there is news from Everton, Fulham, Newcastle, Tottenham, Bournemouth, West Ham and Crystal Palace.
27/07/181h 1m

Can Sarri lure Martial to Chelsea and was Sanchez worth it for Man Utd? Plus are Everton right to spend £40m on Richarlison?

Host Ed Draper is joined by Michael Bridge and Adam Bate to discuss why Chelsea have joined the race to sign Anthony Martial from Manchester United (01:45), and whether the signing of Alexis Sanchez in January was worth it for Jose Mourinho (14:52). Sky Sports News reporter Alan Myers joins the podcast following a week away in Portugal at Everton's pre-season training camp and reveals details of "six out, four in" as Marco Silva rings the changes at the club - but was the new Everton boss right to spend £40m on Richarlison? (23:25) There is also news from Liverpool, West Ham, Southampton, Fulham, Wolves, Bournemouth, Rangers and Celtic (38:27).
24/07/1854m 55s

Why Alisson will turn Liverpool into title contenders, is Higuain set for Chelsea and what’s going on at Newcastle?

Host Pete Graves is joined by Michael Bridge and Sky Sports football writer Nick Wright to discuss why Liverpool were right to make the record-breaking signing of Brazil No 1 Alisson (06:08). Bridgey provides an update on a Brazilian winger who could become Marco Silva’s first signing at Everton (17:03). Jorginho has already joined but there’s another of Maurizio Sarri’s old guard who could follow him to Chelsea (25:37). Keith Downie reveals a “stand-off” at Newcastle and what it means for Rafa Benitez (32:05). The best of the rest includes Burnley, Brighton, Bournemouth, Stoke and Derby (43:07).
20/07/1850m 51s

Will Hazard replace Ronaldo at Real, is Courtois heading to the Bernabeu and what next for Man Utd target Alderweireld?

Host Laura Woods is joined by Dharmesh Sheth, Michael Bridge and Belgian football expert Kristof Terreur to discuss whether Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois could leave Chelsea for Real Madrid (03:33). Bridgey provides an update on potential incomings at Tottenham and gives the latest on the future of Manchester United target Toby Alderweireld (22:20). The panel also discuss whether Liverpool could revive their pursuit of Nabil Fekir (29:10), while Dharmesh details the other potential exits at United following the departure of Daley Blind (34:39). There is also news from Arsenal, Manchester City, Newcastle, Watford, Cardiff and Aston Villa (41:41).
17/07/1853m 27s

Who will replace Ronaldo at Real Madrid, will Bale reject Man Utd and can Barca tempt Kante from Chelsea?

Spanish football expert Graham Hunter joins host Pete Graves, Laura Woods and Sky Sports News reporter Dharmesh Sheth to discuss the reasons behind Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Juventus. He analyses Real’s targets including Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Eden Hazard as well as the future of Gareth Bale at the Santiago Bernabeu. Real’s interest in Thibaut Courtois and Alisson is discussed along with Barcelona’s pursuit of Chelsea duo Willian and N’Golo Kante.
15/07/1833m 48s

Who are Sarri's targets, is Shaqiri right for Liverpool and should Arsenal fans be satisfied?

Pete Graves is joined in the studio by Dharmesh Sheth and Laura Woods to discuss Antonio Conte’s departure from Chelsea as well as the players incoming boss Maurizio Sarri is targeting (07:04). Manchester City finally have their man in Riyad Mahrez, but where will he fit in under Pep Guardiola? (16:17) The panel discuss that as well as Xherdan Shaqiri’s impending move to Liverpool (23:32) and whether Arsenal could dip back into the transfer market before the deadline (28:00). Portuguese football expert Felipe Dias calls in to discuss the fallout from Rui Patricio’s controversial move from Sporting Lisbon to Wolves (33:14). There is also news from Newcastle, West Ham, Fulham, Everton, Crystal Palace, Celtic, Rangers and West Brom (39:23).
13/07/181h 2m

Where Ronaldo fits at Juve, what Torreira brings to Arsenal and West Ham splashing the cash

Host Tom White is joined in the studio by Dharmesh Sheth, Michael Bridge and Sky Italy’s Valentina Fass to discuss where Cristiano Ronaldo will fit at Juventus (04:27). Adam Bate provides an insight into Arsenal’s new recruit Lucas Torreira (10:30) while the panel provide updates on two other players that could arrive at the Emirates. Dharmesh has all the latest on West Ham (16:26), with the Hammers preparing to smash their transfer record for a second time this summer. Sky Germany’s Max Bielefeld discusses the futures of Robert Lewandowski, Max Meyer and Christian Pulisic (26:25), while there is also news from Manchester United (42:10), Everton, Newcastle and Rangers.
10/07/181h 1m

Why Ronaldo wants out of Real Madrid, are West Ham right for Wilshere and will Newcastle smash their transfer record?

Host Pete Graves is joined by Laura Woods, Keith Downie and Guillem Balague to chat about Cristiano Ronaldo’s proposed move to Juventus and whether any last-minute hitches could prevent the deal from happening (08:00). Riyad Mahrez (21:16) and Jack Wilshere (28:35) are also on agenda with both close to signing for new clubs, while the future of Chelsea winger Willian is discussed with Barcelona and Manchester United interested (25:38). Keith gives the inside track on Newcastle’s activity and whether they could break their transfer record for the first time in 13 years (31:07).
06/07/1855m 27s

The World Cup stars wanted by Chelsea, which Sporting players could come to the PL and does Mo Salah’s new contract contain a release clause

Host Jules Warren is joined in the studio by Dharmesh Sheth and Adam Bate to chat about a pivotal week for Chelsea as they near a deal for Maurizio Sarri, and the players he will target for the club (02:29). Portuguese football expert Felipe Dias gives an inside look at the ongoing crisis at Sporting Lisbon and how Everton and Arsenal could land £30m-plus players for next to nothing (15:43). The panel dissect Real Madrid’s Neymar statement (28:35) and reveal the finer details in Mo Salah’s new Liverpool contract (32:38). There’s also a potential goalkeeping merry-go-round involving Watford, West Brom, Manchester United, Stoke and Bournemouth (40:34).
03/07/1853m 57s

Did Fellaini snub Arsenal to stay at Man Utd, Defoe’s transfer regret and who are Celtic signing?

Host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Laura Woods to chat about England’s World Cup hopes against Colombia. Belgian football expert Kristof Terreur gives an inside look at Marouane Fellaini's new Man Utd contract including what went on during talks with Arsenal (03:28). In part two of an exclusive interview with Jermain Defoe, he reveals his one transfer regret (24:10). The Bournemouth striker also has his say on Gareth Bale’s future (29:42). Luke Shanley looks at who Celtic are targeting this summer and who Brendan Rodgers could be willing to let go (35:01). Finally, the panel discuss the future of Liverpool forward Danny Ings, as well as news from West Ham, Southampton, Bournemouth, Brighton, Huddersfield, Cardiff and Rangers.
29/06/1856m 5s

Why PSG need to sell, who is leaving Man Utd, plus exclusive Defoe interview

Host David Garrido is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Michael Bridge to chat about which players have caught their eye at the World Cup (02:01). French football journalist Jonathan Johnson joins the show to discuss which players Paris Saint-Germain need to sell before the end of this month to comply with Financial Fair Play (04:14) and what the future holds for Nabil Fekir (09:40) and Anthony Martial (10:28). Dharmesh then sits down with Bournemouth striker Jermain Defoe (16:50) to discuss the time he was pursued by Juventus and to get his thoughts on what awaits Wayne Rooney in the MLS (28:18). Finally, the panel give updates on two players who look poised to leave Manchester United (31:06) and news of potential signings for West Ham, Fulham, Southampton, Rangers, Millwall and Cardiff City.
26/06/1842m 37s

Decision time for Bale, what next for Wilshere and where does Fred fit at Man Utd?

Host David Garrido is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Michael Bridge to chat about what is next for Jack Wilshere (04:45), while Gunners legend Nigel Winterburn also joins the show to chat about the early business done by Unai Emery (10:10). Gareth Bale’s uncertain future at Real Madrid is discussed (24:45) and Dharmesh reveals why Chelsea’s ongoing managerial uncertainty could result in them missing out on a key summer target (30:55). Finally, the panel discuss where Fred is likely to fit in at Manchester United (40:02) and round up the rest of the transfer news (43:35), including the latest moves from Manchester City, Everton, Southampton, Brighton, Fulham, Burnley and Rangers.
22/06/1853m 37s

Could Fekir to Liverpool be back on, which PL club is after Mexican sensation Lozano and who are Leeds targeting?

Host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Michael Bridge to discuss the possibility of a fresh move from Liverpool for Nabil Fekir (04:45) and what the future holds for Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere (12:45). The panel then chat about the uncertainty facing Antonio Conte at Chelsea and the reservations the club has over prospective new boss Maurizio Sarri (18:22). Mexico World Cup star Hirving Lozano is next on the agenda amid interest from a Premier League club (26:34). Sky Sports News reporter Tim Thornton phones in to discuss who Leeds are trying to sign following the appointment of Marcelo Bielsa (36:58) before the panel wrap up the rest of the transfer news (44:42) with updates on Jorginho, Rui Patricio, James Maddison, Issa Diop, Joe Allen and Paddy McNair.
19/06/1856m 48s

Why does Martial want out of Man Utd, what now for Barca after Griezmann snub and who are Arsenal signing?

Host Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Laura Woods in the studio, while Spanish football expert Rik Sharma phones in from Russia to discuss Antoine Griezmann’s decision to snub Barcelona (04:58) and what hiring Julen Lopetegui means for Real Madrid (10:59). The panel then discuss why Anthony Martial wants to leave Manchester United (25:35) and take a look at a number of players Arsenal are trying to sign (32:05). Tottenham’s bid for Jack Grealish is next on the agenda (45:40) before the panel touch on a couple of potential big signings for West Ham (52:10). Finally, former Celtic forward Andy Walker and Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd come into the studio to discuss the latest transfer news from the Scottish Premier League (55:33).
15/06/181h 17m

Why did Liverpool’s moves for Fekir and Alisson break down? Plus updates on Seri, Rooney, Jorginho and Fred.

Host Pete Graves is joined by Michael Bridge and Dharmesh Sheth in the studio, while Sky Sports News’ Vinny O’Connor joins from Merseyside to explain why Liverpool’s moves for Nabil Fekir and Alisson have broken down (04:44). The panel discuss how Alisson’s next destination could impact Chelsea’s hold on Thibaut Courtois (15:50) – while Dharmesh also shines a light on the futures of Antonio Conte and Eden Hazard. Chelsea face competition from two Premier League clubs for Jean-Michael Seri – we have the latest on where he could end up (25:26). ‘Bridgey’ has a Transfer Talk exclusive regarding who could be next in line for a new Tottenham deal (31:11). Finally, the panel have updates on two of the Championship’s most in-demand midfielders, Jack Grealish and James Maddison – who have Premier League clubs queuing up (36:42).
12/06/1852m 13s

Which World Cup players could be on the move, who are the names to know in Russia and how will Fred and Fabinho adapt to the Premier League?

Tom White is joined by Kaveh Solhekol for our special World Cup preview. South American football expert Tim Vickery joins the show (05:15) to discuss Fred, Fabinho, Alisson, Willian, Marcelo Biesla and also picks his players to watch in Russia. Kaveh Solhekol discusses new Man United signing Diogo Dalot (23:15) before highlighting players in the shop window at the World Cup (25:36). Sky Sports football features writer Nick Wright then picks six World Cup breakout players (35:50) before Rob Dorsett joins the show to talk about Aston Villa’s uncertain future and Wolves’ links to Jorge Mendes (45:32). Finally, the panel discuss what Marco Silva will have to spend at Everton and the Toffees’ interest in James Madison (56:26).
06/06/181h 10m

Is Courtois set for Chelsea exit, what next for Real Madrid and will Man Utd sign Arnautovic?

Tom White is joined by Michael Bridge to discuss Thibaut Courtois’ uncertain future at Chelsea (01:46) as well as the Blues’ pursuit of Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri. Spanish football expert Rik Sharma joins the show to discuss what Zinedine Zidane’s departure from Real Madrid means for Mauricio Pochettino, Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale and also sheds light on the future of Antoine Griezmann (08:10). Sky Italy’s Ghilda Pensante provides an update on Manchester City’s move for Jorginho (24:55) before the panel discuss Manchester United’s surprise interest in Marko Arnautovic (32:18). Finally, Rob Dorsett phones in to tell us the surprise club interested in Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish (39:00) and give his thoughts on Frank Lampard becoming Derby County boss (42:44).
01/06/181h

Will Fred join Man Utd before the World Cup, is Willian set to leave Chelsea and are Arsenal going to move for Seri?

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Laura Woods for the second episode of our new season of Transfer Talk. The panel discuss Manchester United’s move for Brazil star Fred (07:04) and whether Chelsea’s Willian could be on his way to Old Trafford (12:34). Michael Bridge phones in to give an update on the future of Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld (19:36). French football expert Jonathan Johnson explains the role new Arsenal head coach Unai Emery will have in the club’s transfer dealings (24:54). Finally, the group look to the new era at West Ham and what changes Manuel Pellegrini needs to make at the London Stadium (42:53).
25/05/1857m 32s

What does the future hold for Arsenal, can Chelsea keep Hazard and who will join Gerrard’s Rangers revolution?

Pete Graves is joined by Michael Bridge for the first episode of a brand new season of Transfer Talk. Kaveh Solhekol phones in to discuss how Arsenal’s search for a new manager is affecting their summer transfer plans (5:23). Alan Myers joins the show to talk about Wayne Rooney’s proposed move to the MLS (23:05). Leading Belgian football journalist Kristof Terreur has the latest on the futures of Eden Hazard, Thibaut Courtois, Toby Alderweireld and more (33:03). Finally, former Rangers striker Kris Boyd previews what is expected to be a busy summer in Scotland (48:31).
17/05/181h 1m

Are Arsenal stronger or weaker, will Giroud help or hinder Morata and what next for Mahrez after his Deadline Day disappointment?

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Bryan Swanson to discuss the fallout from Deadline Day. Nigel Winterburn assesses Arsenal’s January business (4:15), including the arrival of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the club. The panel also chat about Chelsea’s swoop for Olivier Giroud (19:50) and Man City’s failed bid to sign Riyad Mahrez (27:50) before revealing their transfer window winners and losers (43:53).
01/02/1853m 57s

How does Aubameyang fit at Arsenal, will Zlatan leave Man Utd and is Mahrez on his way to Man City?

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth, Aidan Magee, Kaveh Solhekol and Guillem Balague to discuss Arsenal’s deal to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (04:50), the future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Man Utd (22:10) and Man City’s bid for Riyad Mahrez (30:40). Jim White and Hayley McQueen reveal their favourite Deadline Day moments (46:37) and answer all your questions!
30/01/181h 6m

Why do City want Laporte, is Pochettino going to Madrid and what’s holding up the Aubameyang deal?

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth, Bryan Swanson and Guillem Balague to discuss the reasons behind Man City’s move for Aymeric Laporte (04:28), whether Mauricio Pochettino could be tempted by Real Madrid (10:41) and Arsenal’s continued pursuit of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (16:07). The panel also discuss Antonio Conte’s uncertain future at Chelsea (24:40), while Dutch journalist Milan van Dongen provides an update on Newcastle’s swoop for Nicolai Jorgensen (36:30).
26/01/181h 4m

Will Arsenal land Aubameyang, is Moura set for Tottenham and are Chelsea closing in on Dzeko & Palmieri?

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Aidan Magee to discuss the fallout from the Alexis Sanchez, Henrikh Mkhitaryan swap deal (05:10), Arsenal’s bid to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (13:55) and Tottenham’s pursuit of Lucas Moura and Malcom (20:27). Sky Italy reporter Ghilda Pensante provides an update on Chelsea’s double deal for Edin Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri (25:45), while the panel chat about Man City’s talks with Athletic Bilbao over Aymeric Laporte (41:30).
23/01/1855m 12s

Is Sanchez Man Utd’s next great No 7, will Sturridge leave Liverpool and who is making the signings at Chelsea?

Pete Graves is joined by Guillem Balague and Bryan Swanson to discuss whether Alexis Sanchez will fit in at Manchester United (03:30) as well as Arsenal’s bid to secure Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (13:23). They also chat about Chelsea’s pursuit for a new striker and if Antonio Conte has the final say on transfers (29:05). Daniel Sturridge’s Liverpool future is discussed (40:03), while Keith Downie also provides an update on the takeover at Newcastle (55:10).
19/01/181h 2m

Who will win the race for Sanchez, are Arsenal closing in on Aubameyang and is Carroll set for Chelsea?

Pete Graves is joined by Kaveh Solhekol, Bryan Swanson and Guillem Balague to discuss the potential swap deal involving Alexis Sanchez and Henrikh Mkhitaryan (04:11), Arsenal’s pursuit of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (15:50) and Cristiano Ronaldo’s Real Madrid future (22:45). Sky Germany reporter Marc Behrenbeck provides an update on Liverpool’s bid to keep Emre Can (37:50) and the panel also discuss Chelsea’s shock pursuit of Andy Carroll (44:06).
16/01/181h

Will Man Utd beat Man City to Sanchez, is Malcom a target for Arsenal and are Everton closing in on Walcott?

Pete Graves is joined by Guillem Balague and Hayley McQueen to discuss whether Man Utd will beat Man City to the signing of Alexis Sanchez (2:42), a potential Arsenal move for Malcom (9:25) and Everton’s pursuit of Theo Walcott (10:52). Andy Cole chats about his shock move from Newcastle to Man Utd, almost exactly 23 years on from the deal (30:43), while Kaveh Solhekol provides an update on the potential ins and outs at West Ham (41:46).
12/01/181h

Will Liverpool buy a Coutinho replacement, are Man City closing in on Sanchez and could Man Utd move for Lucas Moura?

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth, Aidan Magee and Guillem Balague to discuss the aftermath of Philippe Coutinho’s move to Barcelona (3:30). Impressionist Al Foran offers a hilarious perspective on the transfer window (13:55). Rob Dorsett provides insight on Arsenal’s pursuit of Jonny Evans (28:31), while French journalist Jonathan Johnson gives an update on Man Utd’s interest in PSG’s Lucas Moura (38:07).
09/01/1857m 52s

Can Chelsea get the best out of Barkley, is Coutinho set to leave Liverpool and will Newcastle have money to spend?

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Guillem Balague to discuss the reasons behind Ross Barkley’s move to Chelsea (2:05), while Turkish journalist Emre Sarigul provides insight on Everton’s new signing Cenk Tosun (13:25). The panel discuss why Barcelona do not want to wait until the summer to sign Philippe Coutinho (21:22) from Liverpool. Keith Downie provides an update on the potential takeover at Newcastle (42:00) and the panel answer your questions!
05/01/1858m 13s

Has Liverpool’s VVD deal changed the market, will Pep move for Sanchez and can Chelsea keep Hazard and Courtois?

Pete Graves is joined by Aidan Magee and Dharmesh Sheth to discuss whether Liverpool’s deal for Virgil van Dijk (3:56) has changed the market and the players Southampton are targeting following the sale (10:48). Belgian journalist Kristof Terreur gives updates on the futures of Belgian quartet Thibaut Courtois (15:28), Eden Hazard (16:45), Marouane Fellaini (18:34) and Toby Alderweireld (20:16). The panel discuss whether Man City will make a move for Alexis Sanchez (22.20) and what clubs are trying to sign Celtic’s Moussa Dembele (30.34). Peter Odemwingie (35:00) also recounts the infamous collapse of his move to Queens Park Rangers and the panel answer your questions!
02/01/1854m 52s

Sanchez & Ozil's future, who's out of contract at Manchester United and is Griezmann on the move?

Pete Graves is joined by Dharmesh Sheth and Kaveh Solhekol to preview the January transfer window. On the agenda, the future of Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil (5:50), Man City's interest in Virgil van Dijk (7:15), Everton's plans for Ross Barkley (14:50) and Manchester United's out of contract stars (24:10). Guillem Balague joins on the phone for a chat about the futures of Antoine Griezmann (58:08), Philippe Coutinho (1:01:10), Thibaut Courtois (1:04:23) and we answer the questions you asked us on Twitter!
22/12/171h 13m

Our new podcast is coming!!!

Transfer Talk is a brand new 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 January transfer window.Our first episode comes out on Friday, December 22, when we will be delving into all the biggest storylines heading into January with analysis on the futures of Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Philippe Coutinho, Antoine Griezmann and many more.....
20/12/171m 11s
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