Friday 11 July 2014

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The former Swansea manager believes the Reds will continue to compete at the top of the Premier League as replacements for the Uruguay striker continue to be sought

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Football briefly made way for basketball to grab the sporting headlines as the NBA got its story of the summer, with a lot of Premier league stars showing an interest

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The Italian giants are hopeful the Montenegro striker could fire them back into the Champions League while they are also keen on Cardiff City's Gary Medel

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The North East club have finally reached an agreement with Montpellier for the 24-year-old playmaker and look set to make him their fourth signing of the transfer window

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The former Manchester United winger becomes the latest player to leave Craven Cottage following the London club's relegation to the Championship, making the move to Villa Park

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The Chelsea boss believes the Argentina star has yet to surpass some former greats, while he feels Arjen Robben, Paul Pogba and Manuel Neuer were the stars of the World Cup

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The Liverpool captain has wished the controversial Uruguayan well in Spain following the announcement of his imminent £70 million move to Barcelona

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The Bulgaria legend has slammed the Liga giants' decision to offload the Chile international in a £31.8 million deal, believing he still had plenty to offer the club

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Luis Suarez has agreed a £70 million transfer to Barcelona, leaving the Reds looking for a new striker, but the Swans chief was left 'disappointed' by the Anfield outfit's approach

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Now that the Uruguayan's protracted and lucrative move to Barcelona has been confirmed, Goal takes a look at the men who could be coming to Anfield this summer

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The controversial but brilliant Uruguayan is Barcelona-bound after the two clubs agreed a £70-million deal, but will Brendan Rodgers now struggle to build a contending team?

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The new £31.8 million signing is confident he will win "every title at stake" after completing his move from Barcelona, and says Arsene Wenger's pedigree was key to him joining

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For better or worse, there is no-one quite like the Uruguayan and Barcelona's gain is Liverpool and English football's loss as the striker completes a £70 million move to Camp Nou

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With the Uruguayan finally securing his £70 million move to Barcelona, Goal looks back at a career littered with impressive feats and ugly controversies.

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The Uruguayan admits he has fallen in love with the Reds during his time on Merseyside but says living with his wife's family in Spain "is a lifelong dream and ambition"

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The Uruguay striker will be in Barcelona next week to take his medical and sign a five-year deal at Camp Nou, although he will not be able to train under the terms of his Fifa ban

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The two players will both grace the Premier League after leaving Barcelona, with voters in our poll expecting the Chile international to have the biggest impact this season

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Injury problems restricted the Monaco striker to just two appearances while on loan last season, but the manager is keen for the Ivorian to return to the club for the new term

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The striker's contract had expired but after impressing under Tony Pulis as the Eagles avoided relegation, the former Arsenal man has earned improved terms at the club

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Arsene Wenger continues his search for full-back cover despite closing in on the £8 million signing of Mathieu Debuchy, with the Egypt international flying in to be assessed