Transfer Zone

Friday, 11 July 2014

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Now that the Uruguayan's protracted and lucrative move to Barcelona has been confirmed, Goal takes a look at the men who could be coming to Anfield this summer

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The Gunners have tied the Chilean to a "long-term deal" after agreeing a £31.8 million fee with Barcelona, but the club's chief executive insists his work is far from done

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After finally letting go of their prized asset, the Anfield side have a huge amount of cash to burn and with over a million and one ways to do so, they might need some inspiration

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The controversial but brilliant Uruguayan is Barcelona-bound after the two clubs agreed a £70-million deal, but will Brendan Rodgers now struggle to build a contending team?

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For better or worse, there is no-one quite like the Uruguayan and Barcelona's gain is Liverpool and English football's loss as the striker completes a £70 million move to Camp Nou

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With the Uruguayan finally securing his £70 million move to Barcelona, Goal looks back at a career littered with impressive feats and ugly controversies.

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The Uruguayan admits he has fallen in love with the Reds during his time on Merseyside but says living with his wife's family in Spain "is a lifelong dream and ambition"

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The Uruguay striker will be in Barcelona next week to take his medical and sign a five-year deal at Camp Nou, although he will not be able to train under the terms of his Fifa ban

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The two players will both grace the Premier League after leaving Barcelona, with voters in our poll expecting the Chile international to have the biggest impact this season

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Injury problems restricted the Monaco striker to just two appearances while on loan last season, but the manager is keen for the Ivorian to return to the club for the new term

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The France international has been told he can leave QPR this summer, while the Reds could also reignite their interest in Swansea striker Wilfried Bony despite a £20m valuation

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The Australian youngster, who missed out on a place at the World Cup, is set to join the Serie A side after impressing for Newcastle Jets in the A-League

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The two clubs are currently far apart in their valuation of the Netherlands right-back, though the Magpies are confident they can secure a discount by paying all money up front

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The striker's contract had expired but after impressing under Tony Pulis as the Eagles avoided relegation, the former Arsenal man has earned improved terms at the club

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The Costa Rica international has seemingly earned himself a move to the Bundesliga champions with his superb performances in the past 12 months for club and country

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The Germany international is set to complete his transfer from the Allianz Arena to the Santiago Bernabeu. But are the Champions League winners getting the real deal?

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Arsene Wenger continues his search for full-back cover despite closing in on the £8 million signing of Mathieu Debuchy, with the Egypt international flying in to be assessed

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Arsenal sign Alexis Sanchez for £31.8 million and Luis Suarez closes in on his Barcelona move while Germany, Argentina, Netherlands and Brazil gear up for the tournament conclusion

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The Saints have made the Italian striker their top attacking target this summer but are not willing to match the Eredivisie club's asking price and have lined up other options