Transfer Zone

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

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Any City fans hoping for major January arrivals would have been left disappointed, but the promise of Guardiola, and his list of big-name targets, mean exciting times lay ahead

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With Alexandre Pato and youngster Matt Miazga the only new arrivals at Stamford Bridge, the Blues' current crop of players have been given until the end of the season to impress

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The Bundesliga side are confident of holding onto the 20-year-old despite interest from the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Liverpool

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Only Mohamed Elneny has been brought in to strengthen the Gunners - did they need more in order to secure their first Premier League trophy since 2004?

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The Russia international moved to Los Che on the final day of the transfer window and was turned by the interest Gary Neville had shown in him

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The Chinese Super League has emerged as a major financial power over the past month, Roma cleared plenty of dead wood, but Barcelona's pursuit of Nolito was embarrassing

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The Monaco-owned striker had travelled to the Spanish capital, though complications prevented a move from being finalised, but a move to China could still be possible

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The Red Devils are determined to land the former Chelsea manager after Manchester City confirmed that the Catalan would be taking over at the Etihad this summer

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The midfielder's agent claims that this is likely to be the 32-year-old's last season at the Etihad Stadium and has again criticised incoming head coach Pep Guardiola

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The 19-year-old's form in League One has persuaded the Canaries to move to tie up his signature and send him back to his current club on loan until the end of the season

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The Chilean confirmed he's leaving Manchester City at the end of the season, with Roman Abramovich looking to appoint a new manager at Stamford Bridge at the same time

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Pep Guardiola has reportedly vowed not to raid Bayern Munich when he makes the move to England but will join the race for the Poland striker if a rival club opens talks

Monday, February 1, 2016

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The French defender has found first-team opportunities difficult to come by since joining the Foxes from Atalanta in the summer and will return to Serie A