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Busiest. Day. Ever. Manchester United fans, Barcelona fans, Bayern Munich fans... it ain't happening. Ilkay Gundogan has signed a one-year contract extension with Borussia Dortmund. So, basically, we'll have this very same situation in a year's time.
Nice one, Ilkay. See you then.
In a goodbye message to Atletico Madrid's fans, Brazilian defender Miranda has thanked supporters for some "unforgettable moments" during his four years with the club. You can check it out below.
Worried? Don't be! English subtitles, people, ENGLISH SUBTITLES!
Pheeeew. Finally, after a super-busy day, a little break from done deals. Sit back, relax and watch Gervinho demand a private beach and helicopter to move to Al Jazira...
After the signing of Matej Vydra earlier today, Watford have agreed a new contract with Gabriele Angella...
Goal Italy reports that after losing Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez, Juventus are keen to refuse any offers for Paul Pogba unless a €100 million bid is made. Juve’s relationship with Barcelona is very good, though, so talks are not over yet...
Business, you’ve just picked up. Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta has denied reports that a deal has been agreed with Barcelona for Paul Pogba, telling Gazzetta dello Sport: "Barcelona offered €80 million for Pogba but Juventus refused."
It's a two-year loan that'll become permanent in 2017.
Woe is football.
Well, we did say earlier that Serie A clubs were getting their business done early this summer. Inter have signed Miranda from Atletico Madrid for a fee of €12 million (£8.6m), potentially rising to €15m (£10.7m). BIG signing.
Ives Galarcep: “MLS owners are ready to ratify changes to the current salary cap rules to create a Core Player roster spot that will effectively work as a fourth designated player place for any teams currently using all three slots.
“The Galaxy currently have Robbie Keane and Omar Gonzalez as Designated Players, with Steven Gerrard joining as the third this weekend.
“Dos Santos, though, would not join LA Galaxy until August due to international commitments, by which time MLS would be expected to have implemented its salary cap changes.”
Goal understands Giovani dos Santos is closing in on a move to LA Galaxy. The MLS club are in talks with Villarreal over a €7 million (£4.48m) deal but it cannot be finalised until changes to the league’s salary cap and roster guidelines are confirmed.
Giovani closes in on Galaxy move
Bert van Oostveen, the head of the Dutch football association (KNVB), said: "We are happy that, after the farewell of Guus Hiddink, we found a successor within our organisation. We wish Danny, together with his staff, a lot of success.
Danny Blind: "Together with staff and players I will work hard to qualify for the European Cup in France. That's my only target, making it to the EC. I don't look back and I don't look further forward. The only target is qualifying for the EC."
It's official! As expected, but still a year earlier than originally planned, Danny Blind has replaced Guus Hiddink as Netherlands boss.
New players??? WHAT new players??? Following the arrival of Douglas Costa from Shakhtar Donetsk, Arjen Robben told Algemeen Dagblad: "It seems to have been said that Bayern should be ashamed of last season and that we need to attract lots of new players, but that's nonsense."
Robben: New signings? Nonsense!
Just kidding. While that DID happen, this also happened... REAL MADRID signed CRISTIANO RONALDO for a world-record fee. GAMECHANGER.
Let's mark the occasion with a yacht dance.
On this very day, July 1, in 2009 something happened that changed the landscape of world football forever. A transfer for the ages. A done deal of which the likes we'd never seen before and never will again. On this day in 2009... GARETH BARRY joined MANCHESTER CITY.
As we wipe away tears from the pure emotional brought out from Nathaniel Clyne's copy-and-paste tweet to his former club's fans, let's have a Clyne recap...
OFFICIAL: Clyne joins Liverpool
STAT PACK: Rise to prominence
REACTION: Sights set on trophies
Thank You pic.twitter.com/TOeInjkqF4— Nathaniel Clyne (@Nathaniel_Clyne) July 1, 2015
According to every single rumour mill, clubs all around Europe are big fans of Ilkay Gundogan. Bayern Munich legend Lothar Matthaus, however, is not. He reckons the midfielder owes it to Borussia Dortmund to extend his contract and says he would flop at Barcelona, Bayern or PSG.
Matthaus gives honest assessment on Gundogan