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Angel di Maria insists he is happy to remain at Real Madrid and fight for his place in Carlo Ancelotti’s side.
Arsenal opened preliminary talks for the Argentina international last week while Galatasaray are also thought to be monitoring his situation as Gareth Bale's imminent arrival from Tottenham continues to cast doubt over his future in Spain.
The former Benfica man put in a man-of-the-match performance in Madrid’s 1-0 win away to Granada on Monday night, however, and says he has no intention of leaving the Spanish capital.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is worth twice as much as Real Madrid-bound winger Gareth Bale, according to his agent.
The 20-year-old Frenchman is one of the most highly rated young players in Europe, and his representative Mino Raiola says Pogba is worth comfortably more than the 24-year-old Welshman.
Borussia Dortmund fans have launched an impassioned Twitter campaign demanding that Manchester United 'Free Shinji' Kagawa.
Kagawa was on the bench for the 0-0 draw against Chelsea and has yet to make a competitive appearance under new boss David Moyes, prompting BVB faithful from across the world to voice their frustration via the social networking site.
Tweets using the hashtag #freeshinji began to trend worldwide as a result, with supporters from England, Brazil, Germany and Kagawa's native Japan all taking part.
The 24-year-old failed to show up for Spurs training on Tuesday as he awaits the completion of his move to the Liga giants, prompting Stoichkov to question his attitude.
"Bale has shown a lack of respect toward his Tottenham team-mates by not showing up for training," the Bulgaria legend told Onda Cero.
"At the moment the two clubs are speaking," Villas-Boas told reporters.
Chelsea have announced the signing of Anzhi forward Willian, who has completed his move to Stamford Bridge having been granted a work permit.
The Brazilian, who had been expected to join Tottenham, has signed a five-year contract at Jose Mourinho's side.
Nat Coombs, Peter Staunton and former Chelsea captain Dennis Wise discuss the major talking points from the summer market
Carlos Tevez has suggested that he would have been opening to joining AC Milan this summer, but the San Siro were unable to meet Manchester City's asking price prior to his move to Juventus.
"Milan? Galliani really wanted me, but he told me that Milan did not have the money to meet City's demands," Tevez told La Stampa.
Newcastle in talks to re-sign Ba
Newcastle are in talks with Chelsea over a deal to take out-of-favour striker Demba Ba back to St James' Park on a season-long loan deal.
Source: Sky Sports
Ozil wants £200k wages to join Premier League
Real Madrid midfielder Mesut Ozil will demand £200k-a-week wages to join either Arsenal or Manchester United.
Source: The Sun
Is he worth the money?
"There is no chance Juan goes," he told reporters.
"He had a very small pre-season after the Confederations Cup. And during that pre-season he was injured.
"I don't have any objections against such a fee as long as the buying club can afford to pay €100m," Platini told L'Equipe.
Angel di Maria insists he is happy to remain at Real Madrid and fight for his place.
"I understand that the club is strengthening and they are precise in what they do," Di Maria told AS.
"But I signed up to 2018 just a year ago and my desire is to stay in the Bernabeu."
Fenerbahce have been banned from European competitions from two years after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) officially announced the club's punishment for their involvement in match fixing in Turkey on Wednesday.
Chelsea are set to beat Liverpool to the signature of Porto winger Christian Atsu.
Jose Mourinho, who has already stolen Brazil international playmaker Willian from under the noses of Tottenham this summer, will now look to finalise a move for the highly-rated Ghana international.
What does this mean for Juan Mata who was benched for the game against Manchester United? And how many attacking midfielders do Chelsea need?! Is this a wise move on Mourinho's part?
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