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    Gundogan reveals Man Utd talks before joining Man City

    Manchester City star Ilkay Gundogan has revealed he might have ended up at rivals United before moving to the Etihad Stadium. 

    "Kind of true, there were talks. It was 2 or 3 years before I joined City," the midfielder told Football Daily.

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    Gignac signs Tigres extension

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    Dyche laughs off Spurs Pope links

    Sean Dyche has laughed off rumours that Spurs are set to make a £50 million bid for Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope.

    "If they offered a bag of crisps and a pint of lager, the way things are going, I might actually take it," the Clarets manager joked when asked about the reports.

    "If someone can find a way of changing the rules of the country to get me a pint and a bag of a crisps, I'd have to try and hang on to Popey best I could."

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    Nagelsmann interested in Tottenham job

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    Sampaoli confirmed as new Marseille coach

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    De Paul a Liverpool target

    Midfielder Rodrigo De Paul remains a target for Liverpool, reports TuttoUdinese.

    Inter have also been in the hunt, but have seemingly lost ground in the chase to sign the midfielder.

    Liverpool seem set to offer more than Inter, who cannot match the England club's financial package.

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    Pulisic set to go on trial with Austin FC

    Will Pulisic, cousin of Chelsea star Christian, is set to go on trial with Austin FC, according to the Striker Texas.

    The 22-year-old goalkeeper previously attended Duke University, where he started 66 games for the Blue Devils.

    Pulisic also previously played for Borussia Dortmund’s U-19 team.

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    Whitecaps set to sign Sporting CP fullback

    The Vancouver Whitecaps are set to sign Sporting CP fullback Bruno Gaspar, according to

    Gaspar will join the club on a loan deal with an option to buy for a fee of roughly $1.75m.

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    The second coming of Flamengo superstar Gabigol means all of Europe should be paying attention

    Former Inter forward and current Flamengo star Gabriel 'Gabigol' Barbosa has found his form, and Europe's top clubs should be paying attention.

    The Brazilian striker now boasts seven major titles with Flamengo in just over two years as he has blossomed into the player many expected him to be.

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    Lacazette a target for Monaco

    Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette has emerged as a target for Monaco, according to the Mirror

    The forward is out of contract next year and has lost ground in the Gunners first team, attracting interest from his homeland.

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    Everton working on Aarons deal

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    Barca candidate announces deal in place for two stars

    Barcelona presidential candidate Toni Freixa has claimed he has a deal in place to bring in two superstars worth €250 million (£217m/$302m) should he win the upcoming elections.

    Any player that wants to win the Ballon d'Or knows that they're only going to win it if they wear Barcelona's shirt," Freixa told El Larguero, per Sport, while stopping short of naming the players he intends to bring to Camp Nou.

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    Guardiola hits back over Man City money jibes

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    Pep Guardiola says Manchester City must learn to with the repercussions of spending money after being accused by some of buying success.

    Following the Champions League victory over Borussia Monchengladbach, Guardiola sarcastically said that all their success was due to money.

    Ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash, Guardiola elaborated on his point by insisting that their rivals spend big as well.

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    Bayern won't bid for Aarons

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    Coronel joins New York Red Bulls from Red Bull Salzburg

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    American investors near Ipswich takeover

    A group of American investors led by businessman Brett Johnson are nearing a takeover of Ipswich Town, reports The Athletic.

    The group is set to pay £17.5 million ($24m) for the League One outfit, which has been been owned by Marcus Evans since December 2007.

    The new owners are set to make a change at head coach, where Paul Lambert will be sacked and replaced by former Wigan boss Paul Cook.

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    Man Utd to wait on Cavani decision

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    Manchester United will wait until Edinson Cavani has recovered from injury before making a decision on his future, reports ESPN.

    There is an option to extend the striker's contract for a further season, and United will have to pay the 34-year-old close to €2 million if they do not take it up.

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    Mascherano sees a 'happy' Messi at Barcelona

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    RB Leipzig confirm interest in Brobbey & Dragusin

    RB Leipzig sporting director Markus Krosche has revealed that the Bundesliga side are trying to sign Brian Brobbey and Radu Dragusin.

    "These are interesting guys who, in terms of the overall package, would basically fit our philosophy," the 40-year-old told Bild.

    "In the past we had a certain unique selling point with our transfer philosophy. In the meantime, more and more top European clubs want to sign young players."

    Ajax teenager Brobbey has already announced that he will be leaving the Dutch club at the end of the season, while Juventus defender Dragusin could also be moved on by the Serie A champions.

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    Man City & Leeds target Doig pens new contract