Thursday, July 31, 2014
The Gunners right back has completed a short-term move to the Hammers and will hope to continue his development at Upton Park, having fallen down the pecking order at the Emirates
The Spain international has admitted that after a trying campaign for club and country that he has fallen well below his usually high standards
The Argentine has made it clear to England's No. 1 that he has not joined Manchester City from Malaga to sit on the bench.
With the Blues squad containing too many foreign players, it had been speculated that the much-maligned striker would leave — but his manager wants to call upon three strikers.
The American owners look set to be cash in on the price boost caused by the arrival of Louis van Gaal, but the team itself won't see a penny of any profit.
Enrique Cerezo says the club is not pursuing the Mexican striker, Santi Cazorla, Fernando Torres or Jose Callejon.
The Anfield skipper has just a year remaining on his contract and says he could be tempted to follow Frank Lampard's example by spending time in another league.
Despite spending around 113 million euros in recent weeks, the manager is still looking for new recruits as he prepares for the club's return to the Champions League this season
The Magpies have made it clear they are monitoring the striker's future after his failed move to Liverpool, having balked at Lyon forward Alexandre Lacazette's demands.
The left back's future at White Hart Lane was in doubt following the 10 million-pound arrival of Ben Davies, but has now committed himself to the club until 2019.
The left back, who impressed at the World Cup, is also attracting interest from Manchester United and Liverpool but the Saints are keen to trump other potential suitors.
The striker has just one year remaining on his current deal and has accepted an extension, that will run until 2018, that does not increase his salary.
The Red Devils boss is hoping to reunite with his Dutch compatriot rather than sign a weaker midfielder in the summer transfer window, and would happily wait until January.
The Dortmund forward is eager to live up to his predecessor's impressive scoring record after replacing the Bayern Munich striker at Signal Iduna Park
The French left back explained his difficult decision to leave Old Trafford after more than eight years
The Brazilian picked up an injury during the World Cup but is on track to recover in time for the new La Liga season.
Sam Allardyce met with the Cameroonian's agent on Wednesday and is hopeful of bringing the 33-year-old to Upton Park for the 2014-15 Premier League campaign.
The Italian was unable to guide the nation out of the group stage of the World Cup this summer but will see out his contract.
The Belgian has insisted there was no animosity in his departure from Chelsea, saying he owes a lot to the Stamford Bridge outfit.
The manager believes his side will still be able to compete this season and has the infrastructure in place to succeed.