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  • Man United signs Falcao loan with option to buy

    Manchester United signed Radamel Falcao on loan from Monaco early Tuesday in a coup by the struggling club on the final day of the summer transfer window. The record 20-time English champions are paying around $9 million to Monaco to take Falco on loan for the season with an option to buy the…

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  • Out of favour Amalfitano moves to West Ham

    French midfielder Morgan Amalfitano signed for English Premier League side West Ham on Monday from Ligue 1 outfit Marseille where he had fallen out of favour with Argentinian coach Marcelo Bielsa. The 29-year-old -- capped once by France -- has already experienced Premier league football having…

  • A Bayern Munich Transfer Window Like No Other; Recapping the Summer

    Bayern achieved a lot of transfer firsts during a summer to remember Javi Martínez's ACL tear in the DFL Supercup defined the window's frantic end, Bayern scrambling to find a quick replacement. As a result, Bayern ended up with a transfer profit even after spending €50.1 in transfer themselves.

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  • Arsenal set to sign Danny Welbeck from Man United as Spurs miss out

    Tottenham Hotspur were supposed to be signing Danny Welbeck. The Gunners are wrapping up a £16 million deal for Welbeck, according to the BBC. Welbeck had been linked to Spurs for much of deadline day, but it was going to be a loan.

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  • Aaron Lennon says no to QPR, Stoke transfers, will stay at Spurs

    Aaron Lennon has waved off QPR and Stoke. It looked like Aaron Lennon was on the way out of Tottenham Hotspur, with multiple Premier League clubs interested in signing him, but he has decided to stay at White Hart Lane, according to the Mail. Lennon will now begin a 10th season with Spurs.

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  • Zeki Fryers moves to Crystal Palace on a permanent deal

    Tottenham Hotspur have opted to cash in on Zeki Fryers, selling him to Crystal Palace on deadline day. Spurs probably envisioned themselves making a bit more of a profit on Fryers when they signed him away from Manchester United/Standard Liege, but they've still managed to make a profit. Fryers…

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  • Danny Welbeck to Tottenham Hotspur looks unlikely

    Danny Welbeck may not be going anywhere after all. It's looking more and more like Tottenham Hotspur will not sign Danny Welbeck. In fact, it looks like they won't sign anyone, with Sky Sports News saying that the deal for the Manchester United forward is nearly dead.

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  • Spurs reportedly make yet another Townsend plus cash bid for Jay Rodriguez

    Every time I think we've dodged a bullet, Tottenham Hotspur go and reportedly make a bigger, dumber bid for Jay Rodriguez. This third one is being reported by noted football enthusiast Joe Prince-Wright on American site ProSoccerTalk. Problem is, Southampton just signed Saido Mane, so they're…

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  • Man United agree Falcao loan deal - reports

    Manchester United have agreed a sensational deal to sign Colombia striker Radamel Falcao on a season-long loan from Monaco, according to widespread British media reports on Monday. The prolific 28-year-old forward, who missed the World Cup with a serious knee injury, was whisked into United's…

  • Ligue 1 winger rejects Hull because he prefers Arsenal or Tottenham

    Marseille winger Andre Ayew is on his way out of the Stade Velodrome and the Premier League looks like his likely landing point. Andre Ayew is, apparently, just not the kind of player that new Marseille manager Marcelo Bielsa want in his squad. The 24 year old Ghanian attacker's name has been…

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  • Confirmed: Diakite Departs

    Modibo Diakite has terminated his contract at Sunderland and is set for a return to Italy. After an extremely unproductive year at Sunderland, Modibo Diakite has cut his spell at the club short after Sunderland confirmed he has left the club by mutual consent. The 27-year-old was signed from…

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  • United agree loan deal for Radamel Falcao

    According to various reliable sources, Radamel Falcao will join United on loan. According to various reliable sources, including the Guardian and James Ducker of the Times, Radamel Falcao will become a Manchester United player today. Unlike earlier reports, which suggested United would fork out a…

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  • Der Monday Meister: Bayern Munich news, Bundesliga recap, European preview, and beer of the week

    Lots to discuss this week including new faces being added, potentially some new faces leaving, a tough Champions League draw, and more. Match Day 2 saw Bayern Munich travel to Gelsenkirchen to take on Schalke 04, a team whose recent record against has been, to put it nicely, abysmal. The second…

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  • Madrid loses 4-2; Barcelona wins

    LONDON (AP) -- Champions League winner Real Madrid failed to hold a two-goal lead and lost 4-2 at Real Sociedad in the Spanish league on Sunday.

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  • Bastia forced to borrow training shirts for Ligue 1 match due to camouflage clash

    Bastia were very eager to show off their new camouflage third shirt, so they turned up at Bordeaux looking like one of Mario Balotelli's cars. The players warmed up in their camo tops, but when the referee realized that the dark colors clashed with the home side's shirts, they were ordered to change.

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  • Loic Remy to Chelsea: the financial impact of the transfer

    Now that Loic Remy has moved the six kilometres from Loftus Road to Stamford Bridge, we turn our attention to how the deal impacts Chelsea from a financial perspective. Such an analysis is increasingly necessary, not because Chelsea is in any danger of facing FFP problems (it isn't), but rather…

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  • Europe's Big Five smash football transfer window records

    England and Spain have led a record breaking summer transfer market by Europe's big five leagues worth well over $2 billion (1.5 billion euros, £1.2 billion), with more big deals looming before the window closes on Monday. Radamel Falcao and Arturo Vidal are among the big names and Real Madrid and…