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Get that huge transfer klaxon ready. Eliaquim Mangala is on the verge of joining Manchester City for £38.1 million after passing his medical.
The Premier League champions also had to fend off late interest from city rivals Manchester United for the Porto defender, according to The Insider.
The Insider: Mangala to complete Manchester City move
Real Madrid have named their price for Germany midfielder Sami Khedira, according to El Confidencial.
The European Champions want £19.8 million for the former Suttgart man and both Arsenal and Chelsea are thought to be ready to offer the 27-year-old a new home.
Transfer Talk: Khedira available for £19.8m
Louis van Gaal is set to be a busy man when he arrives at Manchester United, with a flurry of transfer activity expected.
One player heavily linked with a switch to Old Trafford is Arturo Vidal, and the Juventus midfielder has been speaking about his future to the press back in his homeland, although the Chile international is keeping his cards close to his chest.
"I've heard the rumours," he told La Tercera, "but I haven't spoken more about this subject."
Vidal relaxed over future
It appears there is only one thing standing between Germany and a fourth World Cup title, well, one man.
The hopes of a nation are resting on the shoulders of Lionel Messi, and while the Barcelona star carried his side through the early stages of the World Cup, he's come in for some criticism in the latter stages.
Ben Hayward and Julian Iglesias have seen 'Messi mania' sweep across Brazil and Argentina, ahead of the biggest game for the Albiceleste in 24 years.
Roasario and Rio gripped by Messi mania
There are always one or two remarkable stories to come out of the World Cup and the tale of Sergio Romero takes some beating.
The Argentina keeper was sat on the bench for his club Monaco throughout last season but was the hero in his side's semi-final win over the Netherlands.
Ben Hayward explains the shot-stoppers remarkable turnaround, with a little help from Diego Simeone.
Romero rises to World Cup hero
Juventus have pulled off one of the transfer coups of the summer by landing promising teenager Kingsley Coman from Paris Saint-Germain.
And the 18-year-old has revealed he turned down the chance to move to Arsenal and Liverpool in order to sign with the Serie A champions.
Coman told L'Equipe: "Juventus has a history with French players, some of them did very well. So I told myself, why not me?"
Coman: I snubbed Arsenal & Liverpool
We are edging ever closer to the World Cup final this evening and everyone seems to be getting their predictions in ahead of the big kick off between Germany and Argentina.
USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann is the latest to voice his opinions and he, unsurprisingly, reckons that his homeland have the upperhand heading into the Maracana contest.
"I think they're ready for it," he told reporters. "I think they have the qualities to win it."
Klinsmann: Germany are favourites
We brought you news earlier this morning that Paris Saint-Germain have emerged as favourites to land Argentine winger Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid, ahead of Manchester United, and the news has got plenty of you talking:
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The Netherlands ended an exceptional World Cup campaign last night with a comfortable 3-0 win over Brazil in the third-place play-off, a game that saw Daley Blind net his first international goal.
The full-back has been a revelation in Brazil, supplying sublime crosses and composed displays as the Dutch reached the last four. And with rumours now gathering pace about a possible move to the Premier League, George Ankers has filed his scouting report of the 24-year-old Ajax man.
World Cup Scouting Report: Daley Blind
Centre-backs seem to be the flavour of the day and Jose Mourinho is sniffing around one to bring to Stamford Bridge.
Roma stopper Mehdi Benatia is believed to be keen on a move to Chelsea amid rumours the London outfit are interested, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
There are plenty of rumours flying around this morning and Mundo Deportivo in Spain are reporting that Barcelona are looking to the Premier League to sort their central defensive problems.
The paper reports that the Catalan giants are in for Tottenham's Jan Vertonghen, and are also lining up a possible deal for Mats Hummels.
Transfer Talk: Barca track Vertonghen
Another star preparing for the game at the Maracana this evening is Mats Hummels. The German centre-back has caught the eye with a series of composed displays in Brazil, and Manchester United have been heavily linked with the Borussia Dortmund defender throughout the summer.
Wonder what the chances of Louis van Gaal landing the 25-year-old though? Well wonder no more, we have the answer here.
Will Hummels be wearing the Man Utd shirt next season?
Angel Di Maria is facing a race against the clock to be fit for tonight's showpiece in Rio de Janeiro, but that's not the only competition involving the Argentine winger.
Goal brought you news yesterday that Manchester United were nearing an agreement with Real Madrid for the 26-year-old, but now it has emerged that Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint-Germain are favourites for his signature.
PSG set to rival Manchester United in Di Maria race
Hello and a warm welcome to the LIVE Blog on World Cup final Sunday! It's a huge day for Argentina and Germany and we'll have all the build from Brazil ahead of this evening's game, along all with all the latest transfer news. I'm Harry Slavin and I'll be here to take you through all the latest, so let's get this show on the road.
Alrighty then. That's us done for the day. Thank you very much for following. We'll be back right here at 09:00 BST on Sunday for more transfer talk and all the build-up to the World Cup final. For now, we can all look forward to the third/fourth place play-off match. We're #buzzing for it, naturally, and you can click below to follow LIVE coverage of the game later. Cheerio!
LIVE: Brazil v Netherlands
From the incredibly low number of penalties missed between both nations in World Cup games to the individual penalty records of the star players - check out a funky infographic ahead of Sunday's final below..
Who will come out on top?
Inter have completed the signing of left-back Dodo from Roma in a deal worth €9 million (£7.1m). The 22-year-old was free to leave the Stadio Olimpico after Ashley Cole's arrival and is keen on helping his new club return to the Champions League. "Everyone wants to play in the Champions League but I want to do so with Inter next season," he said. "The Champions League is the dream of every footballer."
Official: Inter sign Dodo from Roma
Uh-oh. One of the big Premier League transfer targets of the summer - Mehdi Benatia - looks set to snub interest from England to join Bayern Munich. According to the Daily Star, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool are all set to miss out as the Bundesliga champions close in on Roma's £30 million-rated defender.
Transfer Talk: Benatia set for Bayern