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Arsenal can only afford loan players in January

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has admitted that the club cannot afford to buy any players during January, and that they are only looking at loan deals, reports The BBC. The news has been greeted with disbelief by some sections of their fan base, whilst others will point to the fact that this is the first transfer window when the club ...

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Bayern increase bid for Hudson-Odoi

Bayern Munich have increased their bid for Chelsea teenager Callum Hudson Odoi to £35 million. The German champions have had two bids for the England under-19 international of £20 million and £30 million rejected by Chelsea, but are hoping that the revised offer will be enough to tempt the Stamford Bridge outfit to part with one of their brightest young ...

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Aaron Ramsey finalises Juventus deal

The future of Aaron Ramsey appears to have been finally decided with news that he is set to join Juventus in the summer, after agreeing a deal worth £36 million over a five year period with the Italian champions. Out of contract with Arsenal in the summer after the London club withdrew the offer of a new deal for him, ...

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Sampdoria agree deal for Southampton striker

Serie A side Sampdoria have agreed a deal with Southampton for their striker Manolo Gabbiadini who is set to re-join the club he played for between 2013 and 2015. Gabbiadini joined Southampton from Napoli in January 2017 for a fee reported to be around £15 million, but despite getting off to a good start with the club, becoming the first ...

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Arsenal exercise Nacho Monreal contract option

Arsenal have chosen to exercise a clause within Nacho Monreal’s contract which will extend his stay at the club for a further year. The 32-year old Spaniard was in the final year of his current deal at The Emirates, but, according to  ESPN, they have now chosen to activate the option to tie him down to a further year in ...

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Arsène Wenger linked with Qatar job

  Former Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has been linked with the post of national team manager for Qatar. That is according to France Football who report that the hosts of the 2022 World Cup would like the 69-year old Frenchman to take over and lead them into the tournament which will be held on home soil in three years time. ...

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Fernando Llorente eyes La Liga return

Tottenham striker Fernando Llorente has been linked with a move back to Spain with Athletic Bilbao ready to bid for the 33-year striker. Llorente who played for the Basque side between 2005 and 2013, scoring 85 goals in 262 appearances, finds himself very much a bit part player at Spurs, with first team opportunities few and far between. Signed from ...

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United players want Solskjaer to get United job permanently

Manchester United players want Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer to get the manager’s job on a permanent basis. The 45-year old Norwegian was appointed interim manager until the end of the season last month after Jose Mourinho was sacked, and has since presided over 5 straight victories, including the win over Reading in the FA Cup on Saturday. His more open and inclusive ...

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Celtic complete loan signing of PSG striker

Celtic have signed 18-year old PSG striker Timothy Weah on loan for the rest of the season. The US international is the son of George Weah, three times African Player of the Year, and Ballon D’Or Winner, currently serving as President of Liberia. Weah junior has also signed an additional one-year deal with PSG, but, although ESPN reports that there ...

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Fabregas move delayed by transfer fee row

Cesc Fabregas’ move to French side Monaco, managed by former Arsenal team mate Thierry Henry, has been delayed by a row about his transfer fee. Fabregas played what was thought to be his last match for Chelsea on Saturday in their FA Cup win over Nottingham Forest, in the course of which he missed a penalty. The next day he ...

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