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Florentino Perez is so angered by Manchester United's role in David de Gea's failed transfer to Real Madrid he intends to cut all ties with the Red Devils, destroying Louis van Gaal's hopes of persuading los Blancos to sell Gareth Bale.
Arsenal will return with a bid for Simone Zaza in January. The Gunners had a last-minute move for the striker rejected by Juventus on deadline day, but can snap up the Italian either on loan, or for £22 million, come winter.
Chelsea only signed Papy Djilobodji from Nantes after failing in a move for Benfica's veteran defender Luisao. Jose Mourinho was ready to offer the Brazilian a two-year contract, but the Portuguese side rebuffed their late approach.
Barcelona will firm up their interest in Andriy Yarmolenko in January. The Catalans have long been linked with the Ukraine star - who Everton tried, and failed, to sign this summer - and will make a bid when their transfer emargo is lifted.
John Obi Mikel came close to leaving Chelsea for Besiktas this summer, but the west London club pulled the plug after they failed to sign Paul Pogba. Jose Mourinho tried to sign the Frenchman but made do with Mikel when that was not possible.
West Brom will give Saido Berahino extra time away after his furious twitter outburst. The striker vowed never to play for the Baggies again and has been told to stay away from the training ground until next week when he will have crunch talks.
Manchester United will embark on a "less is more" transfer policy from now on, with Louis van Gaal happy with his squad and only wanting to target world-class, marquee signings. Thomas Muller, Neymar & Gareth Bale have all been looked at.
Louis van Gaal believes his Manchester United squad overhaul is close to completion and will slow down the club's recruitment drive. The Dutchman has bought 12 players in 12 months but will not continue to make signings at such pace.
Southampton will try to get Victor Wanyama to sign a new five-year contract with the club, but the midfielder has no interest in extending his stay. The Kenyan missed out on a deadline day move to Spurs but hopes to leave next summer.
Manchester United are preparing to offer David de Gea a new contract in October - and it will be worth far more than the terms he agreed with Real Madrid. The Red Devils don't expect him to sign, but feel as though they have nothing to lose.