Transfer Zone

Saturday, September 6, 2014

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The World Cup winner's contract expires next summer and the Premier League sides have reportedly enquired about him. Follow the latest transfer news with Goal

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The Argentine defender came close to agreeing a €19 million switch to Spurs but says that the north London club's eventual offer fell short of Villarreal's demands

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The Atletico Madrid midfielder says the new Bayern Munich signing is "the benchmark" in his position but has now doubts over the strength of Carlo Ancelotti's side

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The Real Madrid star insists his comments about the club's summer transfers were misunderstood and says the current squad is supremely strong

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The Blues sold David Luiz and Romelu Lukaku this summer and their Portuguese boss says this is the reality of a club with smaller incomes than Manchester United and Real Madrid

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The Switzerland star says the Bundesliga champions told him he would not be sold and he will now consider his long-term future later in the year

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The Juventus icon believes that he is swiftly becoming the best midfielder in football and says it will be a "miracle" if the Scudetto holders continue to keep hold of him

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The Argentine's agent, Eugenio Lopez, says the player would have accepted a much lower wage than he is now earning at Manchester United had the European champion offered

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The Gunners are reportedly tracking the Celtic and Netherlands defender with a view to making a January offer - follow all the latest rumours here

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The Roma midfielder is reportedly ready to move to England in January should Louis van Gaal's side strike a deal with the Giallorossi

Friday, September 5, 2014

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The England international only has one year left on his current contract and the Bianconeri believe the defender could be tempted to move to Turin

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Following the news that the non-league English minnows are attempting to sign the Brazilian superstar, Goal takes a look at some of football’s funniest transfer tales

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Manchester United have picked out the Borussia Dortmund boss as the man to replace the Dutch coach at the helm of the Old Trafford club. Follow the latest transfer news with Goal

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Goal exclusively revealed the goalkeeper has been offered an improved five-year deal after dislodging Petr Cech, and will sign when he returns from international duty

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The free agent was linked with surprise interest from Arsene Wenger after Olivier Giroud's injury, talk the manager denied, before the Gunners signed Danny Welbeck on deadline day