Transfer Zone

Friday, February 5, 2016

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Two clubs from the Chinese Super League are said to be interested in the experienced Argentine, who has only five months left to run on his contract with Paris Saint-Germain.

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The former England and current Shanghai SIPG coach is not surprised by the likes of Jackson Martinez, Ramires and Alex Teixeira moving to the Far East.

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The Mexico international's career looked to have been on a downward spiral when he moved to the Bundesliga in August but he has gone to another level, writes Peter Staunton.

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With Liverpool having failed to meet Shakhtar's valuation of the player, the Brazilian has been sold to the Chinese Super League side.

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The Premier League champions are reported to have already secured the services of the Juventus manager on a deal worth 5.3 million pounds ($7.7M) a season.

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Jiangsu Suning, who has already signed Ramires and Alex Teixeira, also tabled a massive offer for the Blues' Brazilian playmaker.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

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Sporting director Earnie Stewart has landed a 25-year-old Eredivisie midfielder as he continues to rebuild the Union roster.

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After Liverpool was unwilling to meet Shakhtar Donetsk's asking price, Alex Teixeira looks set for a move to China.

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The reported $210 million bid for one of the world's star players might have been a bold move, but it also overlooks the real issues at Old Trafford, says Kris Voakes.

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The 27-year-old joined Stamford Bridge in a £32 million deal in 2014 and admitted earlier this season that he would be open to returning to his former club.

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The Barcelona forward's father confirms that Louis van Gaal's side made an audacious attempt to sign his son last summer in what would have been a world-record deal.

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The Poland international striker has been linked with a summer move to the Santiago Bernabeu but has been urged to stay at Bayern Munich by one of the club's former players.

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Neymar Snr. reportedly revealed an unnamed club offered €190M ($210M) for his son but insisted Barcelona's rivals Real Madrid were not the club responsible.

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

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Neymar is linked to Manchester United on Thursday's back pages, as Gary Neville suffers a humiliating 7-0 defeat at the hands of Barcelona.