Friday, July 25, 2014

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The Costa Rica goalkeeper has been stuck in transfer limbo since the World Cup ended but he believes his situation will be sorted in the next week

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The nation's FA has been sanctioned by the world football governing body for politicising their team ahead of the World Cup in controversial fashion

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Harry Redknapp had claimed that the west London club were struggling to agree personal terms for the Iceland forward but his representative says they have not met for five weeks

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The Black Cats have been trying to broker a deal for Marcos Alonso but have now turned their attentions to the 23-year-old, who remains on the fringes at Stamford Bridge

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Toni Kroos and James Rodriguez signings are already in the bag, but the Blancos chief suggested that further transfer movement will be afoot in the coming weeks

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The Red Devils and Tottenham are both tracking the 20-year-old winger after he scored two goals for Netherlands at the World Cup but the coach has advised him to stay at PSV

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The Reds skipper has one year left on his current contract but, after retiring from international football on Monday, reports suggest that the midfielder will renew until 2016

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The PSG coach admitted that his players were disappointed over their failure to win the tournament in Brazil, but called on them to re-focus their efforts on the 2014-15 campaign

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The Spaniard insists that he is not looking to recruit his compatriot and also refused to confirm if he would try to sign Pepe Reina from Liverpool on a permanent deal

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The Czech is well aware that his position as the Blues' undisputed No.1 is now under threat and is therefore determined to impress boss Jose Mourinho

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The Los Blancos says that the Costa Rica shot-stopper has not finalised a move to the club and insists that he wants to keep Angel Di Maria despite the arrival of James Rodriguez

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The Arsenal boss says that the Germany stars need a proper rest after their exploits in Brazil, arguing that big clubs always struggle in the season after a major tournament

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The Welshman says that the Dutchman demands respect and feels that the squad are being perfectly primed to make up for last season's disappointing Premier League campaign

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The striker is a free agent after leaving Galatasaray and the Portuguese has admitted that the Blues are weighing up the possibility of bringing him back to Stamford Bridge

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Having further strengthened this summer, Rudi Garcia's men appear well placed to end the Bianconeri's three-year dominance of Serie A

Thursday, July 24, 2014