Wednesday, September 2, 2015

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Louis van Gaal's side managed to snap up Anthony Martial on deadline day but other objectives seemingly were not achieved, writes Kris Voakes.

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The Arsenal manager believes the summer window was problematic for the top clubs that had little guarantee that a potential signing would make their squad stronger.

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The striker was a free agent after leaving Monaco but will spend the next 12 months with the Greek Super League side.

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The arrival of Pedro Rodriguez has given the Premier League champion another elite match winner but the failure to bolster an ailing defense may prove costly, says Liam Twomey.

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The Premier League followed other major European leagues on Tuesday by closing business for the summer but who came out of all the business feeling the best? Goal considers...

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The Barclays Premier League broke its spending record for a summer transfer window, allocating £870 million.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

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The 2015 summer transfer window saw plenty of Mexican players make European moves, but the success of those transfers depends on playing time, writes Jon Arnold.

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Aston Villa have completed their second signing of transfer deadline day with a season-long loan swoop for Liverpool's Tiago Ilori.

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Sergio Ramos' believes "everyone has to take responsibility for his reality" for David de Gea's Real Madrid move breaking down at 11th hour.

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Premier League clubs spent a record 870 million pounds during the recent transfer window, with spending in 2015 reaching £1 billion overall.

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Serie A champion Juventus failed with a bid for Marek Hamsik during the transfer window, says Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis.

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After West Ham brought in Victor Moses on Tuesday, Matt Jarvis departed Upton Park to join Norwich City on a season-long loan.

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Aaron Lennon has returned to Everton on a permanent transfer having scored twice for the club during a loan from Tottenham last season.

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Manchester United has turned claims that the club was late submitting documents for David de Gea's failed move to Real Madrid back on Los Blancos.