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We have a done deal - and yet ANOTHER Belgian is joining the Premier League! West Brom have completed the signing of left-back Sebastien Pocognoli on an initial three-year deal. More to follow...
Viktor Kolar, the Chelsea goalkeeper's agent, said earlier this month that he will offer the 32-year-old to Barcelona and Real Madrid if he is not wanted by Jose Mourinho. He also confirmed that Monaco and Paris-Saint Germain had shown an interest.
Agent: We'll talk to Barcelona and Real Madrid
According to Estadio Deportivo, Monaco are considering making a move for Petr Cech after a deal for Victor Valdes collapsed. The Chelsea goalkeeper has been told he can leave Stamford Bridge after 10 years at the club and is set to be replaced by the returning Thibaut Courtois.
Transfer Talk: Monaco keen on Cech
The new Southampton manager said about Liverpool's main defensive target: "I have spoken to Dejan and I want to keep him. He has a contract. He knows he has to come back." said former Netherlands defender Koeman. Liverpool have a lot of money after the transfer of Luis Suarez and they will spend some money. I have to do everything to keep the best players but the decision is for the board."
Koeman admits unsettled Lovren could leave
The French central defender moves to San Siro after spending the second half of last season on loan at the Serie A club from Valencia. The fee is believed to be in the region of €4.25 million (£3.3m). Full story below.
Official: AC Milan sign Rami
How times change, eh? Just two years ago Liverpool were scraping the pennies together to make an ultimately unsuccessful bid for Clint Dempsey, leaving Brendan Rodgers with just one striker. Two years on and, according to The Times, the Liverpool boss will be given ALL of the Luis Suarez money to reinvest in the squad. Happy days.
Transfer Talk: Rodgers to spend Suarez money
That's the Barcelona side of things, how about Liverpool? Well, in our latest weekly Window Watch article, Goal's Wayne Veysey wonders whether the £70 million sale of Luis Suarez undermines or underlines Liverpool's ambition. Check it out.
Does Suarez sale undermine or underline ambition?
Fact: Luis Suarez to Barcelona is the craziest transfer in football history. This is a player who is suspended from ALL football-related activity (apart from moving clubs - the biggest football-related activity there is) joining a club who have a transfer ban hanging over them. Goal's Ben Hayward looks at whether Barca really are Mes que un Club.
Suarez signing another blow to self-styled mantra
You know what, Jack Rodwell is being linked with so many clubs lately that I won't even bother to bold them. The Daily Mirror says a whopping TWELVE clubs are interested in the out-of-favour Manchester City midfielder. Those clubs are: Newcastle, Sunderland, Stoke, Southampton, West Ham, Tottenham, Swansea, West Brom, Everton, Inter, Valencia and Villarreal. Aaaand breath.
Transfer Talk: Twelve clubs want Rodwell
In case you missed it, The Guardian reported last week that Manchester United were given the opportunity to sign World Cup star James Rodriguez in 2010 for £5 million. Sir Alex Ferguson opted against a move, though... and signed Bebe instead! Whoops-a-daisy.
Question: Who was the highest scoring Portuguese player in the Primeira Liga last season but, inexplicably, didn't make the Portugal World Cup squad?
Answer: Bebe! He scored 11 league goals last season - more than any of his compatriots in the top flight. What a guy.
Say it ain't so! According to Portuguese newspaper A Bolo, Manchester United flop Bebe wants to return to Portugal next season with champions Benfica on a permanent deal after impressing (really) during a loan spell with Primeira Liga strugglers Pacos Ferreira last year.
Transfer Talk: Bebe wants Benfica move
Speaking at the launch of Arsenal's new PUMA kits, Mikel Arteta told Goal that the club are now in a position to compete financially with their Premier League rivals and believes they can realistically challenge for the title next season. Check out the midfielder's interview below.
Arteta: Arsenal can match big spenders
The French revolution at Newcastle continues! Montpellier coach Rolland Courbis has confirmed that a deal for the Premier League club to sign midfielder Remy Cabella is "90 per cent done". Newcastle have been tracking the 24-year-old for a long time now and have finally made a breakthrough after tabling a £9.5 million bid earlier this month.
Cabella to Newcastle 90 per cent done, says coach
The transfer window has officially gone loco. The Daily Star claims today that Real Madrid are searching for a replacement for Juventus-bound Alvaro Morata and are interested in Manchester United striker/winger/substitute Danny Welbeck! Yowzers.
Transfer Talk: Madrid want Welbeck
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@GoalUK if we lose Angel Di Maria, Real must sign James Rodriguez. Angel Di Maria won us the Champions League— Viraj Parmar (@Viraj9055) July 12, 2014
He said last month ahead of the World Cup: "I've asked my agent not to tell me anything about the talks he's having. I don't know what's going to happen with my career. I don't want to know anything about my future right now. I'm focusing on my national team and not on what's going on elsewhere."
Manchester United are already on course to beat their record spending in a summer transfer window. Here are the main details as they look to finalise a sensational move for Angel Di Maria:
- An agreement in principle over personal terms has been reached
- Madrid value Di Maria at £45m but United hoped for a £30m deal
- United are confident of signing Di Maria ahead of talks next week
Goal understands that Manchester United and Real Madrid are set to resume talks next week over Angel Di Maria. The Argentine midfielder can leave the Champions League winners this summer and is keen to work with Louis van Gaal. The player has already agreed personal terms with United but a fee between the clubs is yet to be reached.
Di Maria talks set to resume