Friday, August 1, 2014

Thursday, July 31, 2014

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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

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The Spain international has admitted that after a trying campaign for club and country that he has fallen well below his usually high standards

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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The Brazilian picked up an injury during the World Cup but is on track to recover in time for the new La Liga season.

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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.

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The Belgian has insisted there was no animosity in his departure from Chelsea, saying he owes a lot to the Stamford Bridge outfit.