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Liverpool sell Duncan to Fiorentina

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Liverpool have agreed to sell teenage striker Bobby Duncan to Fiorentina for £1.9 million (€2 million). Duncan, the 18 year old first cousin of Steven Gerrard, had been in dispute with the Anfield side over his desire to leave Merseyside in search of first-team football, having been linked with a loan move to Danish side  Nordsjælland. They, for their part, ...

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Barcelona’s Neymar decision boost for Tottenham

The breakdown of negotiations between PSG and Barcelona over the potential sale of Brazilian star Neymar back to the Catalan club has boosted Spurs’ hopes of keeping Christian Eriksen beyond the close of the transfer window. The French and Spanish champions have been locked in discussions for weeks about the potential return of the 27 year old Brazilian, but now ...

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Darmian ready to leave Manchester United

Italian defender Matteo Darmian is set to leave Manchester United before the European transfer window closes. That is following United receiving an inquiry from an unnamed club, believed to be Parma, about the availability of the 29-year old. The Italian international, who has 36 senior caps for his country, moved to United from Torino in July 2015 for a fee ...

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Smalling in Roma loan move

Manchester United defender Chris Smalling will join Italian side Roma on loan for the rest of the season. That is after the Serie A club agreed a £2.7 million loan fee, without an option to buy. The England international is happy with the move, having fallen down the pecking order at Manchester United, with Harry Maguire, Viktor Lindelof, and Axel ...

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United reject making emergency move for Llorente

Manchester United have decided not to make an emergency move for ex-Tottenham forward, Fernando Llorente, who is available as a free agent, despite the club facing a striker crisis. With both Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sánchez now departed for Inter Milan, sold and on loan respectively, United find themselves short of forward options for their visit to Southampton on Saturday. ...

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Serie A Clubs eye Arsenal striker

Both Juventus and AC Milan, as well as several clubs in the Bundesliga, are considering making a move for Arsenal teenage striker Sam Greenwood. The 17 year old moved to Arsenal from the Sunderland academy system last year, and has already made a big impression with his new club. Selected to play for England at the under-17 European Championship in ...

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Fiorentina want Fred

Serie A side Fiorentina want to sign central midfielder Fred from Manchester United. The 26 year old Brazilian international, who has eleven senior caps for his country, was signed in June 2018 by José Mourinho, who beat off competition from neighbours Manchester City, to secure his signature of €59 million (£53.5 million). However, he has failed to establish himself in ...

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Chelsea defender moves to Roma

Chelsea right-back Davide Zappacosta has joined Roma on a season-long loan. The 27-year old Italian international, capped 13 times at senior level by his country, joined Chelsea in August 2017 for a fee of €28 million (£23 million), signing a four and a half year deal with the West London club. However, he has failed to establish himself as first-team ...

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Italian job for former Spurs striker

Former Tottenham striker Fernando Llorente is set for a move to Serie A, but has a choice as to where to go, with four clubs interested in signing him. The 34-year old has been without a club since being released by Spurs at the end of last season, and has spent the summer considering his options, one of which was ...

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Mustafi set for Roma Loan

Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi is set to leave for Roma on loan before the Italian transfer window closes this weekend, with the Serie A side given the option to buy him permanently for £23 million. Mustafi is out of favour at the Emirates, both with Unai Emery and his coaching staff, but also with the fans, who blame him for ...

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