Latest Arsenal, Man UTD transfer news delivered socially

By Daniel Chubb - Jun 11, 2015

Thousands of Product Reviews readers follow football breaking news every day, although some still use apps rather than social networks. If you want the latest Arsenal, Manchester United, and Liverpool transfer news then you really want to move to Twitter for the news first.

Two of the best social accounts for transfer news – today, we wanted to feature two of the best Twitter accounts for getting the latest football transfer news. First up is @_footytalk_, which publishes several updates every hour.

Today alone we have seen one LFC target will not be sold this summer, AC Milan and Porto FC are in advanced negotiations for the transfer of Jackson Martínez, and also about Atletico Madrid being in talks with Juventus striker Carlos Tevez.

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Another popular Twitter account is @centretransfer and this is seen with its 346,000 followers. They share all the latest transfer news, although this account is not affiliated with Sky Sports like some initially think.

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Best Android and iPhone app for football transfer news – when it comes to apps, we still recommended getting your transfer news using Twitter due to the speed of news breaking. This can be done by using the official Twitter app, but if you still want to use other news apps then it has to be Sky Sports for the latest transfer news.

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You can download the dedicated Sky Sports app on Android and iPhone, which has the stories normally first after the likes of Twitter that is.

What’s your favorite Twitter account for the latest Arsenal, Man UTD, or other football club transfer news? We should also mention the online Sky Sports transfer centre, as found here, this also has news the moment it breaks and would be the only choice for some people. Latest headlines include Mourinho hinting at Falcao move, West Ham keen to sign Song, and Spurs in Martial talks.

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  • Jess

    I only use Twitter, there’s no story that don’t break there within seconds.