Transfer Zone

Tuesday 28 June 2016

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The former Manchester United winger, 29, is set for a move to Spain after just one season in Turkey, with the deal expect to be confirmed once he returns from Euro 2016

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The head honcho of the agency that represents the young Argentine has made it clear that the striker will only make a move at the right time in his career

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The former Sampdoria boss joins the Rossoneri in a period of transition, as Silvio Berlusconi edges closer to selling his shares of the club to Chinese investors

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The forward's brother revealed he is not happy with the current situation at San Paolo, but affirmed he will honour his deal while hitting out at Argentina boss Gerardo Martino

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The 29-year-old is a free agent after leaving Nice and was keen on a move to Paris Saint-Germain, although the French champions have not tabled an offer

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The 68-year-old stepped down after Monday's embarrassing 2-1 loss to Iceland but has been told he will receive offers from clubs in the Chinese Super League

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The 19-year-old had been linked to clubs in the Premier League and Serie A as well as a return to Paris Saint-Germain, but the Glasgow giants have sealed his signing

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The former Bohemians and Sligo Rovers boss has returned to the club where he won five league titles, following the departure of Kevin Doherty

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With the transfer window well under way after an enthralling season, Goal runs down all the biggest deals to have gone through so far...

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After his £30 million transfer from Southampton was confirmed on Tuesday, Sadio Mane jumps right into the list of the Reds' biggest-ever outlays. But how high?

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The Senegal international forward becomes the fourth new acquisition under Jurgen Klopp's charge at Anfield and he will wear the No.19 shirt for the Reds next season

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The Nigeria international has spoken to the inbound Blues boss but is yet to receive assurances about his playing time ahead of the new season, Goal understands

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The former Juventus star claims Madrid's policy of buying individual stars would be better suited for the France international were he to leave Italian giants Juventus

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The Brazilian is eying getting his hands on Europe's elite club competition with the Bianconeri and says he is also looking forward to playing alongside Paul Pogba

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Italy's World Cup winner Mauro Camoranesi believes the Arsenal forward would be the ideal replacement for Alvaro Morata, who has moved back to Real Madrid

Monday 27 June 2016

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The Eagles' huge offer, which includes a re-sale clause, for the Belgium international was reportedly accepted 'within a few minutes' by the Ligue 1 club