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The midfielder may yet depart Stade Gerland, while Bafetimbi Gomis is now likely to sign a new contract with the club
Fulham have completed the signing of Scott Parker from Tottenham. The 32-year-old midfielder has signed a three-year deal with Martin Jol's side.
And thus its not a surprise that his agent is yet again welcoming interest from England
Atleti are believed to want to retain the Turkey international, but his agent stressed he has a release clause of €24 million suggested interest from England, France and Turkey
The Spurs boss says the Brazilian is a player who he 'appreciates' and concedes the club could make further signings before the end of the transfer window
So some good news for Liverpool fans!
The Rossoneri CEO is satisfied with the club's transfer activity so far and believes Italy will soon be overtaken by Portugal in the Uefa ranking
The Gunners have submitted formal bids for the Newcastle midfielder and Japanese full-back, and made an enquiry over Sevilla's 20-year-old French star
So what better time to do some more reading! Here is an editorial by Goal, detailing how, After a solid start, a couple of new additions could help drive Liverpool into the top four
The Reds made a solid start to the season by beating Stoke at home, and showed they could be a force this season. A couple of marquee additions might propel them into the top four
What are your thoughts on the same? Feel free to give your view to the writer by tweeting to @ayush_sri
Partenopei president Aurelio De Laurentiis is ready to splash the cash once more as he looks certain to make the former Cagliari man the club's eighth summer signing
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud admits that the club need to sign more players, particularly another striker, if they are to achieve their goals.
The Gunners have only signed Yaya Sanogo this summer, on a free transfer, and have missed out on targets such as Gonzalo Higuain and Luiz Gustavo, though manager Arsene Wenger insists that he is pursuing new faces.
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick insists that the club will fight to support Wayne Rooney after the striker returned to the first team on Saturday.
Rooney is keen to leave Old Trafford this summer and has attracted concrete interest from Chelsea but was given a 30-minute run-out by David Moyes in the 4-1 win at Swansea City.
Arsenal have made a bid for Newcastle's Yohan Cabaye.
According to Le 10 Sport, Cissokho will be at Liverpool on Monday
Aly Cissokho has decided to leave Valencia during this transfer window to join Liverpool. Former Lyonnais left back must pass his medical on Monday.
He fights, he scores: Roma star Osvaldo docks in Southampton
In fact, they are confident of beating Tottenham to the signing of the Brazilian winger.
The Merseysiders hope to reach an agreement with his club Anzhi Makhachkala in the next 48 hours after lodging a formal bid of €30 million for the in-demand forward.
Should he have jumped at the chance to be a first-choice striker? Well here's what his agent had to say: "Of course he wants to play more, to have more minutes, to participate more, but he wants to do it at United, he wants to defend the title and go far in the Champions League"
This reminds of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer rejecting a move to Tottenham the summer before United won the treble...
Honestly though, £28 million is nowhere close to what should be required to land the duo. Do I hear someone asking, "what are they smoking at Old Trafford"?
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