English Premier League

Tuesday 1 September 2015

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The Mexico international called time on his five-year stay at Old Trafford on Monday, as he joined the Bundesliga side, and has now outlined his reasons for making the move

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The winger joins the club on a four-year contract, with a two-year option, from Nottingham Forest, joining the likes of Victor Moses, Alex Song and Nikica Jelavic at Upton Park

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The striker, who scored 18 goals in the Premier League as the club were relegated last season, looks set to remain at Loftus Road for the duration of the 2015-16 season

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The Spanish giants missed out on signing their No.1 transfer target of the summer by mere minutes - but why did it take so long for both clubs to try and close out a deal?

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The Blues have appeared vulnerable in defence in their opening Premier League games and have responded by signing the centre-back from Nantes for around £4 million

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The Canaries full back would welcome his compatriot to Carrow Road with open arms and says that the forward is a proven performer

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Chased by the likes of Bournemouth, Sunderland and Celtic, the Senegal international has somehow secured a remarkable move to Stamford Bridge on deadline day

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The 31-year-old has signed a three-year deal with the Cherries, becoming manager Eddie Howe's ninth senior arrival of a busy summer transfer window

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Los Blancos have claimed that they did everything possible to make the transfer happen and that the fault lies with the Red Devils for not sending relevant documentation in time

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The Blues are close to completing a shock deal for the Reading defender with deadline-day hopes of landing marquee target John Stones looking all but lost

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Amid ongoing confusion surrounding the goalkeeper's future, the official Champions League twitter feed "confirmed" the exit from Manchester United before deleting the post

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The Blues have completed a deal for the cut-price Nantes defender after seemingly failing in their pursuit of Everton star John Stones, but how did he fare in Ligue 1 last season?

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Players, managers and chief executives reflect on all the drama of the window as deals fail to go through and are left until the final frantic minutes to be completed

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With four games gone of the Premier League campaign, our tipster takes a look at the odds available in the top scorer market - with last season's top scorer heading the betting

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The striker has signed a two-year deal, with the option for a further two, after leaving Hull City in a deal worth a reported £3 million, to become the Hammers' 10th summer arrival

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Arsene Wenger was pictured in Paris on Monday but sealing a double deal for Paris Saint-Germain duo Edinson Cavani and Adrien Rabiot before the transfer deadline is far from likely

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The 24-year-old has signed a new four-year deal with the Blues before sealing a switch to Slaven Bilic's side where he will spend the rest of the season