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Barcelona finalise Suarez deal | Sanchez undergoing medical
The Barcelona right-back was quoted as saying by El Mundo Deportivo: "I don't know where I will play next season. I will meet with Barcelona and make a decision. If the club want me to stay, I will remain at Barcelona. I have an ongoing contract and I am happy to stay. But it does not depend solely on me. I have given my all for Barcelona ever since I got here, even if we have not won much in the last two years, which has left me feeling kind of empty."
Dani Alves future uncertain
According to ESPN Brasil, the Brazil Football Confederation is considering keeping Luiz Felipe Scolari as coach and Carlos Alberto Parreria as assistant despite the host nation's World Cup debacle. Did they not witness the Belo Horizonte horror show???
Social media has been #buzzing with the news that the afro-sporting Belgian has a new do after a picture circulated of the big man with braids in his hair. And now, confirmed by the man himself, the afro is no more. Sad face :(
According to Catalan radio station RAC 1, Luis Suarez will be unveiled as a Barcelona player in front of thousands of his new fans at a Camp Nou presentation on Wednesday, July 16. Odds on him biting the club crest?
Transfer Talk: Suarez unveiling set
Isaac Cuenca has wasted no time in making a decision on his future. Just a few hours after leaving Barcelona, he's signed a one-year contract with Deportivo. Don't look too happy about it, will you, Isaac? Blimey. This ain't a catwalk, pal!
Goal understands Alexis Sanchez is at Arsenal's London Colney headquarters to undergo a medical and complete the formalities of his move from Barcelona. The 25-year-old will join for £31.8 million and is set to become the club's second most expensive signing in their history. Exciting times.
Sanchez to undergo Arsenal medical
New Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has assured fans that the club remain as ambitious as ever despite the sales of key players this summer. He also believes Saints have found the perfect replacement for Adam Lallana with the signing of Dusan Tadic. Koeman told the club's YouTube channel: "He’s 25 and he has a great future, and I think he can now reach the level that we need and a player needs to be at in the Premier League."
Tadic can fill Lallana void - Koeman
Interesting news for Manchester United about a player who WON'T be moving to Old Trafford: Lazio sporting director Igli Tare claims Stefan de Vrij wants to join the Serie A club. The Dutch defender has been strongly linked with a reunion with Louis van Gaal but Tare says talks have not taken place with United.
De Vrij wants Lazio move, claims sporting director
It's a whopping FIVE-YEAR deal for Jordan Rhodes. The Scotland international has been a star of the Football League ever since he was handed a chance by former club Huddersfield in 2009. In fact, he's scored 20 plus goals in each of the last five seasons. Now that is some record.
The Blackburn striker told Rovers Player: "I'm delighted, I'm very happy. It is a fantastic football club and I'm very lucky to be here. I enjoy coming in every day and to have an extension of two more years on top of my current contract is a real bonus. I was delighted to sign it, it is a club I enjoy playing for. The fans have been great ever since I've come in the place and I've just thoroughly enjoyed it so I'm delighted to be here."
He wrote on Twitter: "To my dearest fans and friends, this morning I have signed a contract with Guangzhou and for me a new adventure begins. I really wanted to thank you all for your support throughout these years. I had the opportunity to go to Canada in December but I turned it down because I really dreamed of playing with Gli Azzurri. With that dream over, I gave myself the aim of getting to know a new culture, a different football and way of life and I made my choice."
Alberto Gilardino has announced today that he will leave Genoa for Guangzhou Evergrande. The Chinese club are managed by Marcello Lippi, who coached the 32-year-old during Italy's 2006 World Cup-winning campaign.
A reminder: Fifa has confirmed that Luis Suarez's appeal against his four-month global ban and nine-match international suspension for sinking his teeth into Giorgio Chiellini has been turned down. However, Suarez and the Uruguayan FA could still launch another appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Suarez ban appeal rejected
Business is about to pick up! According to the Daily Express, Chelsea have joined Arsenal and Liverpool in the race to sign £25 million-rated Antoine Griezmann after the Frenchman rejected a new deal with Real Sociedad. Do Chelsea not have enough attacking players already?
Transfer Talk: Chelsea join Griezmann race
The Leicester Mercury is reporting that Premier League newcomers Leicester have made a £6 million offer to Brighton for striker Leonardo Ulloa. The 27-year-old scored 16 goals in 38 games last season, including two against Leicester, but his club are reportedly holding out for a whopping £10m.
Transfer Talk: Leicester make £6m Ulloa
And the done deals keep on coming. QPR have announced that goalkeeper Robert Green has signed a new two-year deal with the club. The 34-year-old played a key role in their promotion from the Championship last season and put in a sensational performance in the play-off final in May. He said: "I feel refreshed and recharged and I'm looking forward to our Premier League season."
Ex-Gunner Dixon has been tweeting this afternoon and has confirmed what we at Goal have been telling you for yonks: Arsenal will sign both Alexis Sanchez and Mathieu Debuchy.
Just spoke to Arsene. He's very happy about Sanchez and Debuchy— Lee Dixon (@LeeDixon2) July 10, 2014