Wednesday, 2 September 2015

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The 19-year-old forward joined the club for a fee that could reportedly reach €80 million and the former Liverpool defender has expressed his surprise at the transfer

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The Reds are reported to have paid around £500,000 to secure the signing of the 18-year-old, who featured in three friendlies for the club's Under-21 side in the summer

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The Turkish outfit had agreed a deal with Borussia Dortmund for the midfielder but failed to submit the relevant documentation before the window closed

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Spurs strengthened their defence whilst also recruiting Heung-Min Son and Clinton N'Jie but failed to sign Saido Berahino from West Brom, though the Argentine is unconcerned

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The Bianconeri claim they were left with no option to pull out of the proposed transfer, while at the same time confirming that they tried to sign Marek Hamsik

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English clubs shelled out more than €1 billion over a single summer for the first time as increased television revenue shook up the market, with investment increasing everywhere

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Morgan Schneiderlin revealed that he was asked about the 19-year-old by the Manchester United captain prior to the striker's €80 million (£59m) arrival from Monaco

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The Russian champions claim that the two Serie A sides made illegal approaches for the Belgium international, who ended up staying after summer-long talk of an exit

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The transfer window for the Ligue 1 champions has not been easy but it has been impressive, with Laurent Blanc's squad having been significantly strengthened during the summer

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The 22-year-old midfielder insists Louis van Gaal have signed a "very good player" in Anthony Martial and admits he would also like to move to the Premier League

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The Manchester United goalkeeper is behaving professionally and will bounce back from the disappointment of missing out on his desired transfer, says his team-mate

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The signings of the England winger and the Belgian star alone should be enough for City to win the Premier League this season, although there are concerns about the team's balance

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With a deal for Karim Benzema having fallen through, the Gunners' bid for Paris Saint-Germain star Edinson Cavani was "too little, too late", says the former centre-back

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The Reds have been active in the summer window with a number of key player arrivals but will it be enough to ensure a positive campaign after a woeful 2014-15?

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The arrival of Pedro Rodriguez has given the Premier League champions another elite match-winner but the failure to significantly bolster an ailing defence may prove costly

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The striker was a free agent after leaving Monaco but will spend the next 12 months with the Greek Super League side

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The Gunners failed to sign a single outfield player and spent just £10m - on goalkeeper Petr Cech - to improve their squad ahead of a Premier League challenge this season

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Despite managing to hold onto his brightest attacking prospect, Tony Pulis may still see his side's chances of survival dented due to the striker's tantrum

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Clubs in England's top flight spent a record £870 million on the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and Anthony Martial but that does not mean they will all be happy with their business