Transfer Zone

Monday, July 27, 2015

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The former Chelsea star has agreed a contract after the Canadian side secured his playing rights from MLS rivals Chicago Fire

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The 29-year-old has joined the Premier League club on a free transfer after his contract at Barcelona expired, becoming their eighth summer signing

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The 33-year-old former England international has joined his brother in the MLS following his release by QPR at the end of last season

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The Indonesian has made it clear that he expects the Nerazzurri to finish in the top three in Serie this season after investing heavily in the squad

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The Ghana international has signed a five-year deal at Villa Park to bolster the club's forward line following the sale of Christian Benteke earlier in July

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The 23-year-old winger has completed his move to the Hornets, becoming the newly promoted side's tenth signing of a busy summer

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The versatile attacker has been linked with a summer transfer, but the Bavarians have no intentions of selling the 2014 World Cup winner

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The Tunisia international is hopeful the Catalans can agree a deal with his current club and has little doubt he is ready for the step up

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Mark Hughes turns his attention to the former Barcelona midfielder, having failed in ambitious attempts to sign Xherdan Shaqiri and Yevhen Konoplyanka this summer

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The former Chelsea midfielder has suggested he would be open to a summer move, while his current club remain keen to hold on to him

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The 28-year-old defender has only just completed a permanent move to the Spanish club after spending last season on loan with them but is now set for a medical with the Villans

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The 20-year-old forced through a move to Manuel Pellegrini's side earlier this summer and the Chelsea captain says that £49 million was worth it to sign one of the league's best

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The Manchester United manager is keen to sign a new forward this summer, saying the Red Devils need a superstar, and he may have found his man in Romelu Lukaku

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The Switzerland international has made it clear now is not the time for a transfer, but has hinted he would be open to a move in the future

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The Brazilian does not believe that the incoming Argentine should be judged on his disappointing stay at Manchester United, still citing him as one of the world's best wingers