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    Did Aubameyang jet off to Milan after Chelsea UCL squad snub?

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang seems to have travelled to Milan despite Chelsea's Premier League match against Fulham on Friday.

    The striker's brother posted an image of him in Milan with family just hours after it was announced he was left out of the squad for the upcoming Champions League tie against Borussia Dortmund.

    Could this mean Aubameyang's future lies away from Stamford Bridge?

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    Heartbreak for Araujo as Barcelona transfer falls through

    Julian Araujo's big move to Barcelona has fallen through after FIFA ruled that the paperwork to finalize the transfer was submitted too late.

    FIFA confirmed on the news on Friday, with Barcelona director of football Mateu Alemany saying a system error caused the club to miss the deadline by 18 seconds.

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    Madrid turned down Cancelo before Bayern loan deal

    Real Madrid were offered the chance to sign Manchester City full-back Joao Cancelo, but turned down a potential deal for the now-Bayern Munich man.

    The out of favour full-back was offered elsewhere, and Madrid were one of the club's City reached out to, according to Fabrizio Romano.

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    Ceballos waiting on Real Madrid extension offer

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    Dani Ceballos is eager to sign a new contract at Real Madrid.

    However, AS reports that the Spanish side are yet to come to him with a proposal, meaning he is set to leave in the summer unless they open talks soon.

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    Inter eye Becao as possible Skriniar replacement

    Inter have identified Rodrigo Becao as an option to replace Milan Skriniar this summer.

    Calciomercato reports Inter have already reached out to discuss a possible deal with Udinese star's agent. However, he is not the only defender the San Siro team are looking at. Chris Smalling is also on their list of options, as is Nikola Milenkovic of Fiorentina and Atalanta's Merih Demiral.

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    Isco heading to Konyaspor

    Konyaspor president Mehmet Akcan has said the club are in talks with former Real Madrid playmaker Isco over a move.

    Akcan told AS that talks with the free agent are going well and he's optimistic a deal can be reached.

    “It is correct, we are in a process of negotiation with Isco,” he said.

    “I can say it, the talks are going well. We are not yet sure if we have reached an agreement, otherwise we would say it openly. We are doing everything we can to close the deal.

    “We have until the 8th of this month, but I think that everything will be resolved with Isco, in one way or another, as soon as possible. Now we have a chance to close the deal. We are positive.”

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    Newcastle missed out on five midfielders

    Newcastle missed out on five midfielders in the January transfer window, according to the Daily Express.

    Manchester United's, Scott McTominay and Leicester duo James Maddison and Youri Tielemans were all targets as well as Moises Caicedo and Edson Alvarez.

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    De Zerbi tells Brighton fans to support Caicedo

    Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi has told fans to support Moises Caicedo after the midfielder made it clear he wanted to leave the club in the January transfer window amid interest from Arsenal.

    "I want them [the fans] to support him," he told a press conference.

    "I don't want them to criticise him. I love Moises, the people who work inside Brighton love Moises, he's a good guy. I am very happy he stays with us until the end of the season."

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    Mesut Ozil quits football

    Former Arsenal and Real Madrid star Mesut Ozil has quit football after seeing his contract with Istanbul Basaksehir terminated.

    The 34-year-old has only played four times this season for the Turkish side and has now told his team-mates he's hanging up his boots for good.

    Read the full story right here on GOAL.

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    Man Utd interested in Ansu Fati

    Manchester United are interested in signing Ansu Fati from Barcelona in the summer, as reported by Sport.

    The Red Devils' top priority is to sign a top striker at the end of the season but Barca do not want to listen to any offers for the 20-year-old currently.

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    New York Red Bulls sign Dante Vanzeir

    New York Red Bulls have confirmed the signing of Dante Vanzeir from Royale Union Saint-Gillois on a four-year contract with the option for one more.

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    Pep explains Cancelo exit

    Man City boss Pep Guardiola has explained why Joao Cancelo was allowed to leave the club and move to Bayern Munich.

    "I wish him the very best. He has been an incredible figure in winning two Premier League titles. After the World Cup we have been playing in different patterns and I've given more time to other players," he said.

    "Everyone has their own personality. He loves to play, he trains the best but he needs to play to be happy, so we decided together to let him go to Munich. He wants to play every game so hopefully that can happen in Munich."

    Read the full story right here on GOAL.

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    Klopp takes a dig at Chelsea's winter spending

    Jurgen Klopp stated that he "doesn't understand" Chelsea's remarkable £320m January spending spree.

    "I'm saying nothing without my lawyer!" before going on to say: "I don't understand that part of the business, what you can do, what you can't you do. it's a big number in the last two windows. The players they brought in, I didn't think once 'why did they do that?'. They are all really good players, so from that point of view, congratulations if you can do it. I don't understand how it's possible, but it's not for me to explain how it works. Hopefully you all know exactly how it works, and then it's fine!"

    Read the full quotes of the Liverpool tactician on GOAL.

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    Real Madrid monitor Brazilian starlet Renan

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    Robert Renan has been impressive for Brazil in the ongoing U-20 South American Championship and Real Madrid are closely following his progress, according to Brazilian media outlet UOL.

    The defender recently left Corinthians for Zenit and if he continues to perform well in Russian football he might be snapped up by Real Madrid in the future. He was also the target for Watford and Atalanta.

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    Sabitzer is ready to play, informs Ten Hag

    Erik ten Hag has revealed that Marcel Sabitzer is likely to make his Manchester United debut against Crystal Palace on Saturday.

    “Yes. Very good. Of course, he did only one session but you can see he's a very fit player. I didn't have a different expectation. He's coming from Bayern Munich. German [clubs] they are always [about] fitness, [it's] always good. So, he is [fit]. So, I think he is ready to play," Ten Hag stated.

    Read the full quotes of the Dutch manager on GOAL.

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    Lyon's Da Silva joins Melbourne Victory

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    Trapp extends with Frankfurt until 2026

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    Man Utd monitoring USMNT starlet Booth

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    Manchester United are monitoring American starlet Taylor Booth, according to Daily Mail.

    The 21-year-old midfielder has two goals and three assists through 16 appearances this season for Utrecht in Eredivisie.

    Read more about the story on GOAL.

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    Messi & PSG set to discuss new deal

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    Arteta had 'always admired' new signing Jorginho

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    Mikel Arteta has hailed new Arsenal signing Jorginho and insisted that he has "always admired" the Italian midfielder.

    "He’s a player I’ve always admired. He’s a great character and he’s someone who is going to bring leadership and quality to that position. He’s going to help the team a lot. Timing-wise, it wasn’t that late. But he’s a player who has always been very close to our intentions to bring him in," he told reporters before facing Everton.

    Read the full quotes on GOAL.