The 5 craziest transfer rumours of Deadline Day

Aaron Ramsey to AC Milan

The Welsh Jack Wilshere has always been pitted against the English Aaron Ramsey, with Rambo emerging victorious with Jack Wilshere heading off to Serie A on loan with AS Roma. Therefore, it makes no good damn sense that Arsene Wenger would be willing to let one of the stars of Euro 2016 leave, too.

Believability rating: more likely that Wenger invites Jose Mourinho for afternoon tea.

Morgan Schneiderlin to Tottenham Hotspur

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Right, so let’s get this straight, Spurs are clearly looking for pace and/or creativity on Deadline Day – hence rumours of Isco and Moussa Sissoko. But no, out of nowhere, they’re looking at another defensive-midfielder, despite having Mousa Dembele, Victor Wanyama and Eric Dier?.

Believability rating: more chance of Sepp Blatter letting someone know they’ve dropped a fiver, rather than pocketing it himself.

David Luiz to Chelsea

Okay, this one is actually more than a rumour. But, my word, what on earth are the Blues playing at?!

Believability rating: Even when it happens, we still won’t bloody believe it!

Bojan to Celtic

Celta Vigo? Hmm, okay, not too sure about that. But maybe Bojan wants a return to Spain.

Ahh, Real Sociedad and Valencia, that’s more the calibre I expected to see.

The Chinese clubs make sense, after all, everyone is going there. Wouldn’t have been surprised.

Hang on?! Celtic?! Have a day off, mate???!

Believability rating: more chance of Brendan Rodgers never saying that his team showed ‘great character’ ever again.

Gnabry to Bayern Munich via Werder Bremen

Sorry, what?! The nonsense of this rumour reached the point where Twitter had convinced itself that Bayern were giving Bremen the €7million to buy Gnabry from Arsenal. And then there was an agreement between the two Bundesliga clubs that Bayern would buy Gnabry next summer from Bremen for €7million.

Right, yeah, okay, pal…

Believability rating: Cristiano Ronaldo gives Lionel Messi a birthday card.

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