Transfer Zone

Thursday, May 14, 2015

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The freshly dethroned European champions are evaluating the merits of Jurgen Klopp, Rafa Benitez, Roberto Mancini and Andre Villas-Boas, as well as two of their former players

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The Wales international has been whistled and booed by his own fans in recent weeks and is a target for Manchester United, but the former president expects him to stay

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The Brazilian teenager - regarded as a 'wonderkid' - is believed to have cost around €6.2 million, having completed a medical and agreed personal terms with the club on Monday

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To date the two big-name summer arrivals have set Manchester United back the best part of €125 million, and given their decidedly meagre output the figures only get worse

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Louis van Gaal appears to have missed out on one of his long-term summer targets after the Saints chief executive revealed talks over a new deal are well underway

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The club are reportedly against sacking the Chilean and will instead allow him to oversee a summer overhaul which will include chasing targets Paul Pogba and Kevin De Bruyne

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

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The midfielder is keen to see his fellow Spaniard snub Real Madrid and stay at Old Trafford after a season in which he has been a key contributor to Louis van Gaal's team

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The former Chelsea man insists he is happy at the Bundesliga club but admits he would be tempted were the club to receive a big-money offer for his services

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The 31-year-old has been released from his contract at San Siro and is expected to make his loan spell with Santos permanent

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Palermo vice-president Guglielmo Micicche has insisted the Old Lady could still sign the Argentine striker despite a lack of recent talks

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Current president Josep Maria Bartomeu and his predecessor, Sandro Rosell, face custodial sentences for tax crimes while the club could be handed a heavy fine

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ANALYSIS: Despite criticism from the media and the fans, the Welshman continues to enjoy the crucial backing of president Florentino Perez

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The Cote d'Ivoire striker is set to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season and the Chelsea boss sees the Aston Villa man as the perfect replacement