Europe

Friday, June 26, 2015

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Noel Le Graet, the president of the French Football Federation, has lamented the loss of another big name to the Premier League and called on PSG to help solve the problem

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The Galaxy head coach has revealed the 37-year-old was a key target after his Chelsea contract expired, only for New York City, via Manchester City, to seal his signature.

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The 29-year-old arrives for a reported fee of 9.8 million euros to become Nigel Pearson's third summer signing after impressing in the Bundesliga for the past four years.

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Former Liverpool star Markus Babbel says Roberto Firmino will be under pressure to justify his price tag at Liverpool.

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Scott Sinclair replicated Thierry Henry's volley against Fabian Barthez, while Frank Lampard impressed with efforts ranging from free kicks to long-range pile drivers.

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The Germany midfielder had already announced his intention to leave Borussia Dortmund this summer but seems no closer to a move to a top European side.

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The midfielder says he was expected to leave the Catalan club last summer but was convinced to stay on for another year and is happy he did so.

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The Hammers have landed their second signing of the summer, with the Frenchman choosing to complete a 10.7 million pound move to east London.

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After announcing earlier this month that he would step down, Blatter has hinted he could yet stand for a sixth term.

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The north Londoners have been locked in negotiations for the goalkeeper and are nearing an agreement, with the Czech ready to end his 11-year stay at Stamford Bridge.

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The 29-year-old defender is determined to depart as he feels the club has gone back on previous promises over a new contract with the Santiago Bernabeu side.

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The Reds are keen to get back into the Champions League next season, so which player should Brendan Rodgers be looking to make the team's fifth signing of the off season?

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Ahead of the transfer market officially re-opening on July 1, we ask readers who the Parisiens' top purchase should be for the 2015-16 campaign.