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Barcelona will ramp up its interest in Andriy Yarmolenko in January. The Catalans have long been linked with the Ukraine star — who Everton attempted to sign this summer — and will make a bid when the club's transfer emargo is lifted.
West Brom will give Saido Berahino extra time away after his Twitter outburst. The striker vowed never to play for the Baggies again and has been told to stay away from the training ground until next week, when he will have crunch talks.
Manchester United will embark on a "less is more" transfer policy from now on, with Louis van Gaal happy with his squad and only wanting to target world-class, marquee signings. Thomas Muller, Neymar & Gareth Bale have all been looked at.
Southampton will try to get Victor Wanyama to sign a new five-year contract with the club, but the midfielder has no interest in extending his stay. The Kenyan missed out on a deadline day move to Spurs but hopes to leave next summer.
Manchester United is preparing to offer David de Gea a new contract in October - and it will be worth far more than the terms he agreed with Real Madrid. The Red Devils don't expect him to sign, but feel as though they have nothing to lose.
Former Arsenal and Chelsea fullback Ashley Cole rejected a deadline day approach from Newcastle United. The 34-year-old had no intention of leaving Roma for the Magpies, though he is still widely expected to leave the club in January.
As well as reportedly snubbing a move to Arsenal, striker Simone Zaza also rejected the chance to move to West Ham. Despite being told he would be a guaranteed starter by Slaven Bilic, the Italian opted to take his chances at Juventus.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has apologized to goalkeeper Keylor Navas at the club's Valdebebas training base for trying to force him to join Manchester United in order to land David de Gea this summer.
Chelsea tried to sign PSG defender Marquinhos on deadline day but failed with two bids. The Blues submitted two offers between 25.7 million pounds ($39.2M) and £40.4 million which were rejected.
Emmanuel Adebayor rejected a payoff from Tottenham and turned down several summer moves on the advice of his pastor. Spurs were willing to cancel his contract and stalled on a move to Aston Villa because he wanted a sign from God.