Transfer Zone

Saturday 18 April 2015

Friday 17 April 2015

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The Spain international has been a revelation since joining from Atletico Madrid in 2011 but now looks set to return to the Spanish capital

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The Potters have signed two players from the Catalans in recent years and now look set to acquire a third, with the 19-year-old closing in on a move to the Britannia Stadium

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The 19-year-old left-back has been heavily linked with both Los Blancos and Manchester City but he is now set to extend his stay at Mestalla

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The Brazilian midfielder has been heavily linked with a move away from the Blues this summer, but the Portuguese says he will stay, while praising January signing Juan Cuadrado

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The Premier League champions have scouted the France Under-21 international several times this season and have identified him as a key defensive target ahead of a summer rebuild

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Ligue 1's top goalscorer has attracted a great deal of interest in recent months but insists he wants to renew his contract at his current club

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Bidvest Wits midfielder Papy Faty has told Goal that media reports linking to Orlando Pirates have not unsettled him at all, but says he's flattered to be linked with Bucs

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The Soweto giants are closely monitoring the market for the new season, and Goal is informed that they want to bring in a new central defender

Thursday 16 April 2015

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The Argentine is set to give the Bianconeri the final word on whether he will stay in the next few weeks, with Boca Juniors standing by to swoop

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Louis van Gaal's side are willing to pay €35 million to lure the Saints right-back to Old Trafford this summer, and the Saints boss is unsure he will be able to retain the star

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The 23-year-old admits he could have made a greater contribution to his side's march to the Premier League title, but has no plans to depart Stamford Bridge this summer

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The long-serving Gunners pair will see their contracts expire upon the conclusion of the current campaign but the Frenchman expects both to stay put