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Abramovich wants Messi meeting

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Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has demanded an urgent meeting with representatives of Lionel Messi. It follows the shock ness that financial and structural obstacles in the shape of La Liga FFP regulations mean that the Argentine will not be able to sign his new deal at Barcelona after all, and, instead, is leaving the club as a free agent. PSG ...

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PSG want Pogba

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PSG want to sign Paul Pogba. However, because of the possible complications surrounding any deal they might have to wait a year before signing him. The French international is entering the final year of his current deal at Old Trafford, meaning that he is free to talk to clubs from abroad in January. Initial feelers have been put out to ...

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United make Goretzka offer

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Manchester United are already planning for the future. They have tabled a concrete offer to Bayern Munich midfielder Leon Goretzka when his current deal with Bayern Munich runs out next summer. They regard him as a potential replacement for Paul Pogba. German international Goretzka has entered the final year of his current contract at Bayern, and talks over a new ...

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United set Pogba price

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Manchester United have set the price at which they are willing to sell Paul Pogba. The 26-year-old is heading into the final year of his contract, and, although there have been suggestions that he has been offered a new deal at United, no progress has yet been made in securing his future. The Premier League club do not want a ...

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United could lose out on Trippier

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Manchester United’s pursuit of Atlético Madrid and England full-back Kieran Trippier could be frustrated. That is after news emerged that PSG could be ready to make a move for the 30-year old, who is seeking to leave the La Liga club after two years in Spain. And that would mean a reunion for Trippier with his former boss Mauricio Pochettino, ...

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The Biggest Flops in Transfer History (part four)

Concluding the series looking at some of teh biggest flops in transfer history, where large sums of money were paid for a player and the move just did not work out. For part one, click here; part two here; and part three here. Jonathan Woodgate  Newcastle United to Real Madrid In 2004, Real Madrid were convinced that England defender Jonathan ...

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United tempt Ronaldo with big offer

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Manchester United are reported to have offer Cristiano Ronaldo a deal worth £17 million to return to Old Trafford. However, fans hoping to see him pull on the famous red shirt again may be disappointed, because the 36-year old is thought to favour a move to France and PSG instead. The Portuguese international is currently at the Euros, where he ...

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The Biggest Transfer Flops in History (part two)

The seciond in the series looking at twelve of the biggest transfer flops of all time, and where moves for large amounts of money really did not work out as planned. Foe the first part in this series, please click here. Ángel Di Maria – Real Madrid to Manchester United In 2014 Manchester United broke their club record to sign ...

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Spurs in advanced talks with former Roma boss

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Spurs are in advanced talks with former Roma boss Paulo Fonseca, as they step up their search for a new manager. They have been linked with a host of names since Jose Mourinho was sacked in April, and, at one stage last week, many thought they were set to announced Antonio Conte as their new man. However, talks broke down ...

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Barcelona to lose out on Wijnaldum

Barcelona are to set to lose out on the chance tio sign former Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum. The Catalans have long been linked with the Dutchman, who has now left Liverpool on a free transfer when his contract came to an end, after being unable to agree an extension with the 30-year old. It was widely expected that he would ...

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