Tuesday 2 September 2014

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The England manager believes a move to the Emirates Stadium will give the 23-year-old more opportunities to progress and stake his international claim

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The full-back, who was a part of Germany's World Cup-winning squad earlier this summer, has committed himself to the Bundesliga outfit for a further five years

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The Italian, who spent last season on loan at Sunderland, saw permanent moves to the Stadium of Light and QPR break down over personal terms, but he remains upbeat

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The Qatari says he turned down the chance to sign the new Manchester United winger because of Real Madrid's asking price, while he has also lashed out at Michel Platini over FFP

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The Champions League hopefuls are disappointed with the departure on a season-long loan of their star player, but claim they had no other option but to allow him to leave

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The former Barcelona man will take charge of the Hornets with immediate effect with the club revealing his work at Brighton was a key factor in his appointment

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The Japan international returned to the Bundesliga champions this summer and the club's marketing director, Carsten Cramer, is optimistic they will benefit from the deal

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The Rs had agreed a deal to bring the striker back to the Premier League, only for Toronto FC to cancel the move, but the London outfit's boss remains confident of a future switch

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The versatile Netherlands international inherits the shirt number last worn by Nani, who has left Old Trafford for a season-long loan deal with Sporting Lisbon

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The striker completed a season-long loan move to Old Trafford on Monday and the former club favourite is confident his arrival will provide a boost to the underperforming squad

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The midfielder says he would have already left the club had it not been for the Portugal star and is under no pressure to perform for Manchester United despite his record fee

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The former Manchester United forward could make his debut in his new jersey in the crunch clash against Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium on September 13

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Once again the summer window was dominated by several long-running transfer sagas, but there were also a number of deals that clubs pushed through practically unnoticed

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It was a record-breaking few months for the Red Devils and a frantic rebuild in Catalunya before their transfer ban - but who else splashed the most cash?

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Arsenal scrambled through a £16m deal for Danny Welbeck at the end of the transfer window but a lack of ambition and strategy has been exposed

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The Red Devils may lack defensive strength in depth but the signing of the Colombian superstar is a remarkable one given the club's absence from the Europe's top table

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The Serie A side are also keen on Antonio Valencia and Ezequiel Lavezzi as they seek to strengthen. Get all the latest rumours with Transfer Talk