Transfer Zone

Thursday 11 September 2014

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The United States international, who spent a portion of last season on loan at Barnsley, will spend three months on loan at St Andrew's, with Stoke holding no recall option

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The Arsenal boss believes his new striker can "improve his career" at the Emirates Stadium and hit back at criticism of his decision to travel to Rome for a charity match

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The versatile midfielder claims that he always wanted to stay at Inter and was never interested in signing for the Serie A champions

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The Premier League duo are reportedly keen on bringing the Real Madrid star back to the Premier League, with Jose Mourinho hoping to reunite with his countryman

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The Frenchman had been of interest to a couple of Indian and middle-eastern clubs but is set to join the Pune club…

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The England coach believes Arsene Wenger's side underpaid for the striker and says he can't work out his former club's reasoning behind the €20m deal

Wednesday 10 September 2014

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Bruno de Carvalho wants action taken against the likes of Doyen Sports to limit their influence but the company themselves insist they are "transparent" in their dealings

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The Italian has backed the "quality" goalkeeper to succeed at AC Milan and insists the summer's transfer dealings were all conducted with his blessing

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The 27-year-old has made more than 100 Ligue 1 appearances for the club and has been rewarded for his consistent form with a new contract, which runs until 2018

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The 22-year-old attacking midfielder only arrived at the Allianz Arena last summer but he is open to the idea of playing outside Germany in the future

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The club announced their fiscal results on Wednesday, with profits of €29.6 million, and the Red Devils' executive vice-chairman is excited to see what the future holds

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The Germany international has blasted his former club's CEO for trying to destabilise BVB by publicly revealing the alleged figure of Marco Reus' buy-out clause

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The Dutchman spent big in the summer window, acquiring the likes of Angel di Maria, Luke Shaw and Radamel Falcao, but will be given the green light to splash further cash

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AC Milan duo Fernando Torres and Philippe Mexes both make the top 10, actually making more money per year than Juventus playmaker Andrea Pirlo

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In light of the Moroccan defender's acrimonious split from the Serie A side, Goal takes a look at some of the more controversial transfers in recent years

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Barcelona have been one of the most active clubs in the transfer window, spending over €150 million this summer. Goal's Brendon Netto assesses how they spent that sum..

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The English giants are both looking to bolster their defensive options and are lining up offers for the Brazilian. Follow the latest transfer news with Goal