Find out who goes where on the last day of the transfer window and keep up to date with continuous news on the latest loan deals going on throughout the season. Football fans will always be on the edge on their seat when it comes to their favorite team acquiring a new player or losing players. There is also a lot of attention on the players leaving the club or sometimes even retiring due to lack of interest and age. As the European transfer market closes in we thought it would be wise to show you a couple of free apps that can assist you with knowledge about seasonal transfers.
Kick Football News – Transfer Rumours by Skweet is the ideal application for every football fan. Read all the latest football news, transfers and rumors with this easy to use application available at the App Store. Kick News takes stories from your favorite websites and carefully picked source groups. Find out the latest scores with goal alerts. View league tables, fixtures and news with stories sorted by popularity or how recent they are. Select your favorite club from an extensive list and access the stories you want. Get the news for all the Premiership, Championship, SPL, Major League Soccer teams as well as a few from Serie A and La Liga.
Football Rumours & Transfers by Bright Artificial Intelligence Ltd contains all the latest transfer news and gossip for clubs all around Europe. Chat with other fans about players bought, sold and loaned out. View current news on over 100 teams, including The Premiership League, Championship, SPL and top European clubs. Watch the transfer clock count down and see last minute deals sharing your findings using Twitter, Facebook and email. This application is available for download free at the iTunes App Store.
When it comes to last minute transfers useful apps can come in handy. There might be a player you want in your team or there could be a player you dislike that is on his way out and you need this news to tell your friends. You can also use these apps throughout the season to monitor loan moves and other transfer times of the year. Is there a player you hope comes to your team? It seems like some teams still do not know how to get the best out of the transfer market leaving hasty buys to the last minute.