Profile: Pablo Osvaldo
- Current club: A.S. Roma
- Date of Birth: 12 January 1986
- Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Position: Forward, Striker
Mauricio Pochettino: 'Pablo Osvaldo could leave Southampton'
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino has hinted that striker Pablo Osvaldo could leave the club before the transfer window closes.
Pablo Osvaldo is set for a return to Italy after Southampton told the striker that he was free to leave the club.Ambitious Serie A side Parma and Inter Milan are both in the race for the striker's signing.
Atletico Madrid striker David Villa is currently being tracked by Southampton, as they view him to be a potential replacement for Italian international Pablo Osvaldo this summer.
Valencia have reportedly joined the likes of Juventus and Inter Milan in the pursuit for the services of Southampton striker Pablo Osvaldo during the January transfer window.
AS Monaco are understood to be keen on signing Javier Hernandez to fill the void left by Colombian star Radamel Falcao, who has been ruled out for the season with a cruciate knee ligament damage.
Southampton have apparently rebuffed a transfer offer from Inter Milan for Italian international Pablo Osvaldo, as per The Mirror.
La Liga outfit Real Sociedad are reportedly interested in acquiring the services of Italian International Pablo Osvaldo from Southampton on a swap deal, involving former Arsenal star Carlos Vela during the winter transfer window.
Liverpool are reportedly preparing a move for Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez, as a possible replacement for Luis Suarez next summer, according to The Sunday Mirror.
Serie A giants Inter Milan are reportedly readying a January bid for Southampton striker Pablo Osvaldo, according to QS.
Juventus are reportedly hopeful of signing Southampton forward Pablo Osvaldo on loan during the January transfer window, with an option of making the deal permanent next summer.
Southampton's club record signing Pablo Osvaldo has revealed that his former club AS Roma forced him out of the Stadio Olimpico.
The 27-year-old Italian International, who signed for the Saints for a fee of £12.8m during the summer transfer window, insisted that he was happy to have joined the Premier League outfit.
Transfer deadline day arrives and with it a host of teams will be ready to spend their money on some of the world's best talent, but who will be the real winner on closing day and who has already done the best business of all?
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino has told reporters that there is still money left in the bank to spend on new players. The Saints have already signed Dejan Lovren, Pablo Osvaldo and Victor Wanyama this summer.
Paulo Di Canio failed to find a win this season in his second attempt as his side played out a draw against Southampton, with a goal apiece to show for it.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino has hinted that he will continue to track the transfer market for new players until the end of the summer transfer window.
Chelsea striker Demba Ba is being monitored by Italian side Roma. The Senegal international striker has long been linked with a move away from the Blues since the arrival of Jose Mourinho, with West Ham believed to have had an offer rejected already.
Southampton are the latest team to have shown interest in Man City's wantaway winger Scott Sinclair. The former Swansea City player has been told he has no future at the Etihad Stadium by manager Manuel Pellegrini.
Southampton have smashed their club transfer record to complete the signing of Italy international forward Pablo Daniel Osvaldo from Serie A side Roma. Roma's manager Rudi Garcia had given the Saints permission to speak to the striker yesterday after accepting a £15 million bid.
Southampton are considered as favourites in the race to sign AS Roma forward Pablo Daniel Osvaldo, as per Sky Sports.
Fulham are on the verge of making a club record transfer bid for Roma striker Pablo Osvaldo. It has been reported that the Cottagers will pay an estimated £12.5 million for the striker, including a further £3 million in performance related bonuses.
Rudi Garcia, the Roma coach, has expressed his desire to keep Daniele De Rossi from leaving the club this summer. He insists that he wants to retain the talented midfielder despite interest shown by Chelsea.