Friday, August 1, 2014

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The Mexico goalkeeper was one one of the surprise packages of the World Cup and has at last found a new club after his contract with Ajaccio expired at the end of last season

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The 24-year-old is tasked with replacing Robert Lewandowski's goal haul and his coach expects a period of adaptation as he gets used to the club's intense training regime

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The 27-year-old, who can play on either side of the defence, will replace Filipe Luis at left-back following the defender's move to Chelsea

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The Argentine striker, who was also being tracked by West Ham, will join on loan with the view to a permanent deal after refusing to return to Shakhtar Donetsk

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The new Netherlands coach is enthusiastic about his time in charge of the World Cup semi-finalists and has paid tribute to predecessor Louis van Gaal

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The European champions crashed out of the finals in Brazil at the first hurdle but their coach wants to build a more positive future

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The Northern Ireland international has noticed a huge difference in Manchester United's training regime since the Dutchman took the reigns after Netherlands' World Cup campaign

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The Uruguayan star was No.7 in the 2014 Goal 50 after another year filled with goals and controversy - watch our exclusive documentary here!

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The 24-year-old winger made a total of just 11 first-team appearances for Spurs after initially joining the club on loan from Juventus in August 2011

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Spurs reached an agreement - subject to a medical - over the transfer of the centre-back on Thursday, but his father has been criticised for forcing the Portuguese club's hand

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Manuel Pellegrini's side play their third ICC match with a victory needed after defeat to Liverpool on penalties last time out, with our tipster backing goals

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The 23-year-old has spent the past three seasons on temporary deals with Vicenza, Brescia and Valladolid and will now return to Spain's top flight for 2014-15

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The new Saints boss has confirmed the club has put is foot down and is not willing to let the French international leave, despite the player handing in a transfer request

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The Spain international believes that Diego Simeone has done well in replacing key men and will be in the mix for major honours once more next term

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Liverpool, Tottenham, Everton and Newcastle have shown an interest in signing the defender, who expects the Premier League champions to drop their £7m asking price later in August

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Having discovered their goal-scoring touch thanks to a couple of new attacking signings, expect Jose Mourinho's men to edge out an equally prolific German side