England

Thursday 28 August 2014

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The Argentina international has completed his British record transfer to Old Trafford but his new manager has warned supporters not to expect too much too soon

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The new Old Trafford signing will wear the famous No.7 shirt, previously worn by the Real Madrid star, and spoke of his desire to fulfil the expectations of the number

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The Argentine experiences his first press conference as a Manchester United midfielder - follow our full coverage

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The South Korean has committed his long-term future to the Welsh club and hopes that they can improve on the ninth place they achieved two seasons ago

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The Three Lions boss believes the Manchester United star's experience and commitment to the cause mark him out as the ideal candidate

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The winger was Sir Alex Ferguson's final signing at Old Trafford but failed to win a place in David Moyes' squad last season, and will now move back to where he started his career

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The Manchester United striker will lead his country during the Euro 2016 qualification campaign after the retirements of veteran stars Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard

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Fabian Delph and Andros Townsend are two of the other somewhat surprising names for the clashes with Norway and Switzerland, with Wayne Rooney confirmed as captain

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The Spaniard will be monitored by the Blues' medical staff to determine the extent of the problem, and no decision has yet been made on whether he will feature against Everton

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The Gunners are expected to step up their spending after qualifying for the Champions League and the Frenchman says he is always in the market for top players

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The former Benfica star's father has voiced his dismay with the Champions League holders' treatment of the winger prior to his switch to Manchester United

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The former PSV star believes the Bavarians will only get better and has admitted that winning the Champions League in 2013 lifted a weight off his shoulders

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A narrow victory over Besiktas has ensured the Gunners will be in the Champions League group stage for the 17th successive year but signings are still required

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The Blues have reportedly agreed a €12.5m deal for the striker but would lose out on over €7m of the fee after agreeing a payoff for the Spain international

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Inter have made the Argentina international available this summer, with Gus Poyet set to land the attacking midfielder on a season-long loan deal with a view to a permanent move

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The group phase of the tournament has become all too predictable and Uefa could consider amendments to the competition's format in order to liven things up

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The Old Trafford side need defenders and midfielders and already have Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Juan Mata - but the Argentina puts that impressive trio in the shade