Galatasaray FC

Galatasaray FC Information
Nick-name(s) Aslanlar, Cimbom
League Turkish Super League
Location Istanbul, Turkey
Founded 1905
Official Website http://www.galatasaray.org

Find this seasons transfers in and out of Galatasaray, the latest transfer rumours for the January 2015 transfer window and how the news sources rate in terms of rumour accuracy for Galatasaray FC.

Latest Football Transfer Rumours About Galatasaray

Netherlands playmaker Wesley Sneijder could leave Galatasaray and move to the Premier League as the Turkish club have failed to pay his wages. The 30-year-old could join Manchester United and link up with former national coach Louis van Gaal.

The Sun - 11/Oct/2014
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13.6%
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21.7%
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Wesley Sneijder Galatasaray Manchester Utd

2.9 (9 votes)

Arsenal have told Galatasaray they will sell forward Lukas Podolski, 29, but not the Turkish side's other target, 22-year-old striker Joel Campbell.

Daily Mirror - 21/Aug/2014
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21.3%
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Lukas Podolski Arsenal Galatasaray

3.3 (32 votes)

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Galatasaray - Latest News

Yanal heads to Lions den for 1st match with Trabzon - Today's Zaman (press release) (blog)

Today's Zaman (press release) (blog)Yanal heads to Lions den for 1st match with TrabzonToday's Zaman (press release) (blog)Things that will work in Galatasaray's favor include a history of dominance over Trabzon and the fact that the Storm's first-string keeper, Onur Recep Kıvrak, is out injured. Trabzon has only won one of its last 10 fixtures on the Lions' turf, and that was in the ...

Language crisis hits Piketty's conference in Istanbul - Hurriyet Daily News

Hurriyet Daily NewsLanguage crisis hits Piketty's conference in IstanbulHurriyet Daily NewsPiketty was initially scheduled to make his speech in French, as French is the language of instruction used at Galatasaray University. However, when a number of prominent economists such as Şevket Pamuk announced that they would not attend if the ...and more »

Piketty's conference triggers language crisis in Istanbul - Hurriyet Daily News

Hurriyet Daily NewsPiketty's conference triggers language crisis in IstanbulHurriyet Daily NewsPiketty was initially scheduled to make his speech in French, as French is the language used at Galatasaray University. Yet, when prominent economists like Şevket Pamuk announced to İş Bankası Kültür Yayınları, the publishing house, that they would not ...and more »

Scandalous ticketing system by Anderlecht to bar Gala fans - Daily Sabah

Daily SabahScandalous ticketing system by Anderlecht to bar Gala fansDaily SabahISTANBUL — Turkish football giants Galatasaray will play a critical Champions League match on November 26 against Belgian rivals Anderlecht in Group D. But, Anderlecht have drawn attention thanks to a strange ticketing system for spectators who intend ...

Liverpool lead trio mulling over move for Uruguay shot-stopper Fernando Muslera - Squawka Football News

Squawka Football NewsLiverpool lead trio mulling over move for Uruguay shot-stopper Fernando MusleraSquawka Football NewsPremier League clubs Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool are all considering a move for Uruguay's number 1 goalkeeper Fernando Muslera, after his club Galatasaray made the shot stopper 'available' for transfer, as the Daily Express understands.and more »

Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool ponder move for 'available' Uruguay star ... - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukMan Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool ponder move for 'available' Uruguay star ...Express.co.ukFernando Muslera GETTY. Fernando Muslera is the Uruguayan first-choice goalkeeper. The Galatasaray goalkeeper impressed between the sticks for Uruguay during the World Cup, and still shone despite the controversy that surrounded their campaign.and more »