Europe

Thursday, June 30, 2016

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Jose Mourinho's arrival at Old Trafford could see the Welshman depart from Manchester United, something the club's former assistant believes could be a blessing in disguise

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The Italian will link-up with the squad as they begin preparations for the 2016-17 campaign, but the Reds are hoping he can be offloaded before the new season gets underway

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England's top flight will be stronger for the arrival of Manchester United's incoming superstar, according to the Blues winger who's excited by the prospect of tougher competition

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The club's online shop gives supporters the chance to buy the shirt of one of their leading targets which suggests that a deal has been struck to sign the Dortmund forward

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With the former Paris Saint-Germain striker all set to arrive at Old Trafford following his announcement on social media, Jose Mourinho is unlikely to tolerate a below-par Rooney

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The Swede confirmed that he is on his way to Old Trafford, while the Red Devils are looking to snap up the Armenia international and the stats show why United want them so badly

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The Swedish striker announced on social media that he is making the move to Old Trafford just a week after the Gunners missed out on the signing of the Leicester City star

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The France youth international has swapped Ligue 2 for the Premier League after signing for the Cherries, bolstering Eddie Howe's attacking options ahead of the new league season

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The striker, who has announced he will join Man Utd, has a reputation for making controversial statements - can you differentiate between fictional lunatics and his own words?

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The talismanic 34-year-old becomes Jose Mourinho's second signing at Old Trafford and following the £30 million arrival of Eric Bailly as the new manager makes his mark

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Both club's presidents have confirmed that the 22-year-old is set to join the Spanish champions for a fee of €25 million, as the Blaugrana look to shore up their defense

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The former Lyon and Nice manager joins the Saints on a three-year contract, with the move marking the first time that he has left France for a managerial position

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The Marseille striker is nearing a move to Stamford Bridge, having undergone his medical after a £33 million bid was accepted, so Goal looked to learn more about the Belgian

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The Red Devils legend, who has spent 29 years at Old Trafford, is set to leave the club this summer and could confirm his decision on live television on Thursday evening

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The trio are in high demand as the transfer silly season continues, but the Liga side's solid bids could stand them in good stead if other interest parties don't get serious

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The forward officially joins the Hornets on July 1 after agreeing terms with them in May, with the Reds receiving compensation for developing the player