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The Spain international struck just 10 times in la Liga for Barcelona last term but he is expecting to both start and hit the back of the net more often with the Rojiblancos
Although Manchester United have insisted that the striker is not for sale at any price, the former Real Madrid manager has admitted that he only has eyes for the England man
The Germany international made his return from a thigh injury in a friendly last weekend and could make his competitive debut for die Roten at the Commerzbank-Arena
The Spaniard says that los Blancos would welcome the Wales winger with open arms at the Santiago Bernabeu, saying he would give their Italian coach a welcome selection headache
The 29-year-old admitted he was "surprised" to see an offer accepted after being told by the manager that he was wanted at the club, indicating he was also more than happy to stay
In a bid to defend Suarez, the Reds often allowed the club's reputation to be put on the stake. Seeing how such a favour has been returned, one hopes they have learned their lesson
Wenger promises Arsenal additions
The French boss refused to be drawn on reports linking the Gunners with moves for Luis Suarez or Wayne Rooney, though, revealed the club are actively pursuing reinforcements
If true, this is a sensational story coming from Marca:
Falcao back on the market!
Fraught with worries over their tax burden and excessive playing staff, Monaco are to put Radamel Falcao back on the transfer market less than two months after his arrival. Chelsea, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Manchester United are interested.
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Swansea manager Michael Laudrup has warned Arsenal that star forward Michu is not for sale - even if a “ridiculous” offer was made.
“I know if they (Arsenal) came in with a very late bid, I know that the reaction from the board and chairman will be 'No', even if the money is ridiculous, as we will not have time to find a replacement who is near enough to the same standard."
Roberto Martinez has warned potential suitors that Marouane Fellaini will not be sold for less than the recently expired €27.5 million buyout clause.
The clause in the ex-Standard Liege midfielder’s contract ceased to exist on July 31, and while Martinez said the club would be willing to listen to bids he insisted the player will not be allowed to leave for anything less than its worth.
"My contract renewal is not something that worries me at this point. I still have a few years to go on my current deal," the prolific attacker told AS.
Well until he puts pen to paper on a new deal, rumours linking him away will continue..
The striker currently earns €71,500-a-week at Roma, a sum that will rise to €85,000-a-week in the final year of his contract, which runs until 2016.
Javier Mascherano has admitted that he is still in regular contact with Rafael Benitez amid reports that Napoli are interested in signing the Argentine.
"Am I going to Napoli? I can only say that I have a lot of respect for Rafa," Mascherano was quoted as saying by Il Mattino.
"We still often speak to each other. We keep in touch pretty much on a daily basis. He has helped me become a better player.