Monday, August 31, 2015
The Manchester United goalkeeper will not join the Spanish champions following a protracted summer saga, with the documents for the deal not filed on time.
The 19-year-old was highly-rated at the Etihad Stadium but struggled to force his way into Manuel Pellegrini's starting XI and has now been sold to the Liga outfit.
The Canaries have added to their attacking options after signing the Democratic Republic of Congo attacker on a short-term deal from the Ukrainian Premier League.
The 18-year-old striker had been playing with Imperial Academy in his homeland and has been sent straight out on loan to German second-tier outfit FSV Frankfurt.
The former Celtic defender will spend the 2015-16 campaign with the Turkish champions and experience Champions League football for the first time.
The Italy international will spend the season away from Wearside after losing his place in the team and has been allowed to leave the Stadium of Light on a temporary deal.
The Nigeria international failed to make his mark at the Baggies after signing in 2014 for a then club-record 10 million pounds, and has now moved to Greece.
The teenager will look to become the next name off the Saints production line after signing a three-year professional contract.
The U.S. Under-23 national team midfielder will be staying at Fulham after the Cottagers turned down several offers for the young midfielder, sources confirmed to Goal USA.
The Denmark international joins former Old Trafford colleagues Darren Fletcher and Jonny Evans in the Midlands as Tony Pulis' fifth summer signing.
The Mexican striker passed a medical Monday and will leave Manchester United for a fee reportedly worth around $13.5 million.
The Belgium international announced his move to the Bundesliga in a bid for first-team football after limited playing time at Old Trafford.
The Monaco forward has landed in England and arrived at Carrington to complete the formalities ahead of his move to Old Trafford that could be worth a reported $55.3 million.
The Italian striker has left Anfield and signed a four-year deal to become the Black Cats' new No. 9 after impressing on loan at the Stadium of Light during the 2013-14 season.
The Manchester United and Newcastle United forwards got over disappointing weekends by donning intriguing outfits for the start of the international break.
Sergio Romero's position as Manchester United's No. 1 goalkeeper was called into question after the club's loss to Swansea City.
The veteran defender has backed the "phenomenal" midfielder to have a huge impact at Manchester City after his switch from Wolfsburg.
Goal picks the best XI from the English top flight during the fourth round of fixtures.
Having accepted he has no long-term future at Anfield, the 24-year-old will travel to Wearside on Monday to complete a move he turned down in the summer of 2014.
The 19-year-old striker has been given leave by Les Bleus coach Didier Deschamps to travel to England to finalize the details of a move to Old Trafford.