England

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

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The Red Devils splashed out nearly £200 million on transfer fees in 2014, but Ed Woodward's marketing expertise means the club can afford to do it all again next year

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The deal to bring the Uruguayan from Liverpool to Camp Nou will eventually cost Barcelona a staggering 252 million euros, placing the transaction at No.1 in our study.

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After a record-breaking year of transfers in 2013, our exclusive study is back as we calculate the maximum potential cost that clubs will pay from the the biggest deals of 2014

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The former France star has decided to hang up his boots after leaving the New York Red Bulls and will become a pundit.

Monday, December 15, 2014

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COMMENT: The Gunners have avoided the likes of Real Madrid and Bayern Munich as the Frenchman returns to his old club, while Jose Mourinho has been handed his dream draw.

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Ross Barkley's stunning individual effort set the Toffees on their way to a comfortable victory as Harry Redknapp's men again failed to pick up any points on their travels.

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Brendan Rodgers holds an unenviable record after so nearly winning the Premier League title last season.

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The Argentina captain says he is looking forward to the Champions League last 16 after Barcelona was drawn against Manchester City again.

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The manager is playing down his goalkeeper's recent heroics, insisting the Red Devils' recent good form is down to the whole team and not certain individuals.

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The England midfielder limped off in the latter stages of the Gunners' 4-1 win over Newcastle on Saturday, and the manager says he can ill afford to lose the 21-year-old.

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A tricky trip to Turkey awaits Brendan Rodgers' struggling Reds, while the Serie A outfit will have to deal with the Eredivisie side.

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Goal takes a looks at the worst signings made by the Red Devils in recent times, from Alexander Buttner to Eric Djemba-Djemba

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The Reds were comprehensively beaten by Manchester United at Old Trafford in a 3-0 defeat, and the Northern Irishman risks becoming the club's next managerial casualty.

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VOTE: In the first part of our look back at last year's biggest deals, we assess the players ranked 6-10 and ask you to tell us whether their respective moves were a success.