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And that's that. Ed Woodward has left Manchester United's tour at a time when the club are set to launch another bid for Juventus' Arturo Vidal.
Patrice Evra has already gone the other way, while Tottenham are leading the race for Southampton's Morgan Schneiderlin.
It's been emotional. Until next time, goodbye! Keep it tuned to Goal for all the latest news.
Manchester United fans will need no reminding of last year's farce, when chief executive Ed Woodward left the club's pre-season tour on "urgent transfer business" and precisely nothing happened.
Well, this year he's left United's tour early once again, this time for "general business reasons."
Tranfer Talk: Ed Woodward leaves Manchester United tour
Surprise, surprise, Barcelona superstar Neymar has praised fellow Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi!
Messi controversially won the Golden Ball at the World Cup - despite impressive displays from the likes of James Rodriguez and Arjen Robben - but Neymar believes his club-mate was among the finest players at the tournament.
"I don't know whether it was fair or not but, for me, he was one of the best players in World Cup," he told Rede Globo. "At least in the top three, anyway."
Neymar: Messi was one of the World Cup's top three players
Tom Ince surprised many when he decided to turn down a move to Italian giants Inter Milan in order to link up with Steve Bruce's side in this transfer window.
But fellow summer signing Jake Livermore insists he understands Ince's decision, telling Perform: "At the end of the day, if a player is happy with where he wants to go, happy with the manager and has a good set of lads around him, that's what it's about."
Livermore: I understand why Ince chose Hull over Inter
The Metalist Kharkiv striker, who can also play as an attacking midfielder, is attracting interest from the Premier League new boys, according to the Daily Mail.
Aged 26 (Google is wonderful), he scored eight goals last season.
Transfer Talk: Leicester keen on Blanco
That's right, Liverpool are yet to dip into the £70m they received for selling Luis Suarez to Barcelona and the Daily Mail report that they are ready to spend £40m (!!!!!) of it on Karim Benzema.
The Frenchman - who has been linked with a move to the Premier League since he was a baby, or something like that - would command a £200,000-a-week salary.
Transfer Talk: Liverpool weigh up Benzema move
Steven Gerrard ends his England career as the third most capped player in his country's history - but will he go down as a Three Lions legend? Goal's Greg Stobart looks at how the midfielder couldn't replicate his Liverpool form at international level...
Thanks Gerrard, but we never saw your Liverpool best
After Steven Gerrard announced his international retirement earlier today, who do you think will be the next England captain? The bookmakers have been crunching the odds and William Hill make Wayne Rooney 1/3 to take the armband. Gary Cahill and Joe Hart are both 5/1.
Bet now! Next England captain
Diego Costa and Filipe Luis have joined Chelsea this summer, while Thibaut Courtois has returned from his loan spell. But Tiago, the fourth player set to move to Stamford Bridge from Atletico Madrid, could well opt against a return to the London club. According to the Daily Mail, the midfielder is considering a move to Valencia instead.
Transfer Talk: Tiago considers Valencia move
No, not by the looks of things. Bayern Munich sporting director Matthias Sammer told Sport1: "That's absolute nonsense. If all speculation was true, we would have a 57-man squad."
Oh yes. Huge development in the James Rodriguez to Real Madrid transfer. Real have started setting up the main stage at the Santiago Bernabeu and have altered tomorrow's timetable for tours of the stadium "due to an official event". Now if that official event isn't the unveiling of young Hamez/James/Yamez, Imma go to Madrid myself and take hammer and chisel to the stage.
David Ospina is expected to complete his move to Arsenal this week as a replacement for Lukasz Fabianski - and here are the key details:
- Arsenal confident of £3 million deal, Ospina set for medical
- Wenger moved for Ospina after a failed bid for David Marshall
- Ospina fee knocked down because Nice deal ran out next year
Goal understands Arsenal are confident of signing goalkeeper David Ospina this week. A £3 million fee has been agreed with Nice for the 25-year-old - one of the stars of Colombia’s World Cup campaign - and he is due to undergo a medical in the next 72 hours ahead of the club’s trip to America.
Arsenal to finalise Ospina deal
Wayne Rooney on Instagram: "Sad to hear that my mate @stevengerrard is retiring from international football. Great player and great captain. It was an honour to play with him."
He told Roma Channel: "In England it’s kind of hard with the press, it's different to here but this was another reason why I came here - to get away from that. It was kind of jarring in the end that everyone thought of me as a money-grabber, cheat or not a nice guy overall which is totally the opposite of what I am."
Cole happy to get away from English press
To reiterate, this transfer window is officially bonkers. The Daily Mail says rich Qatari champions Lekhwiya are keen on a move for Swansea striker Wilfried Bony. Lekhwiya are managed by former Swans boss Michael Laudrup - the man who brought Bony to the Premier League last year.
Transfer Talk: Lekhwiya target Bony move
This transfer window is officially bonkers. According to the Daily Mail, Liverpool are weighing up whether to make a move for Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema. The Frenchman is reportedly available for £40 million but would demand a whopping wage of £200,000-a-week.
Transfer Talk: Liverpool weigh up Benzema move
According to Sky Sports, QPR striker Loic Remy is due to undergo the first part of his medical on Tuesday in Boston. The second part will take place on Wednesday and his move to Liverpool should be officially announced by the club in the coming days. Exciting times.
Today = BUSY! We have another done deal for you now - and it comes from Arsenal. Is it Morgan Schneiderlin?! Is it Sami Khedira?! No. No, it's not. It's 21-year-old Wellington Silva joining Almeria on a season-long loan deal. The striker is yet to make a competitive appearance for the club since joining in 2011 and is already set for his FIFTH loan spell.
As Patrice Evra departs to Juventus, Arturo Vidal could be heading in the other direction to Manchester United. Here are the key details as United step up their bid for the Chilean midfielder:
- Man Utd ready to make new £42.5m offer to Juventus for Vidal
- Club increasingly confident and hope to make progress this week
- Van Gaal encouraged Vidal pursuit despite high Juve demands
- Juve told Man Utd it would cost £45m PLUS Nani to sign Vidal
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