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Arsenal close to Gustavo deal

Bayern midfielder Luiz Gustavo is on the verge of joining Arsenal.
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Tottenham have launched an audacious £15million double bid for Ajax stars Christian Eriksen and Toby Alderweireld.

Arsenal are on the verge of agreeing a £14million deal to land Bayern Munich's Brazilian international Luiz Gustavo.

Edinson Cavani has accused Liverpool of breaking a promise to Luis Suarez that they would allow the Uruguayan striker to join a club in the Champions League.

Everton have identified FC Braga's £1.5million-rated Elderson Echiejile as a possible replacement for Manchester United target Leighton Baines.

Sunderland must go back in with a £2.5million cash offer for Charis Mavrias if they still want the Panathinaikos winger.

Arsene Wenger is set to revive his interest in Wayne Rooney - as Liverpool stand firm over refusing to sell Luis Suarez to Arsenal.

Spurs have made Luis Suarez their top target to replace Gareth Bale.

John Barnes has told the Anfield big-wigs to bite the bullet and sell Luis Suarez.

Former Tottenham player Jamie Redknapp is convinced Gareth Bale will eventually leave the club and join Real Madrid.

Manchester United legend Bryan Robson has slammed Jose Mourinho's bid to buy Wayne Rooney on the cheap as "an insult".

Manchester United risk missing out on another summer transfer target unless they meet the full £21.5million asking price for Ezequiel Garay.

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Brendan Rodgers insisted last night Luis Suarez won't be sold to Arsenal - and demanded the wantaway striker says sorry to his Anfield team-mates.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is toying with the idea of playing bad-boy Joey Barton alongside his former Toon team-mates Kevin Nolan and Andy Carroll.

Manuel Pellegrini could continue his £100million spending spree to sort out Manchester City's dodgy defense.

Real Madrid's Portuguese star Fabio Coentrao is a target for Tottenham - regardless of his club's pursuit of Gareth Bale.

Andre Villas-Boas fears the Gareth Bale transfer saga could blight Tottenham's entire season.

Arsene Wenger insisted last night he has not given up hope of landing Liverpool rebel Luis Suarez.

Ian Holloway is desperately trying to convince the Crystal Palace owners to stretch his budget as he chases William Gallas and Darren Bent.

Liverpool face a new transfer headache as they battle to keep Daniel Agger from interest by Barcelona.

Manchester United boss David Moyes has given Wayne Rooney the green light to play for England - even though he won't play in today's Community Shield.

Manchester United boss David Moyes is preparing an increased bid for his former Everton player Leighton Baines.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has told wantaway striker Luis Suarez he must say sorry to his team-mates and the club before he can be re-integrated into the squad.

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Traditional enemies Liverpool and Manchester United have made a pact to try to stop Luis Suarez and Wayne Rooney leaving for Premier League rivals.

Queens Park Rangers have been told it will cost them £6million to land England striker Jermain Defoe from Tottenham.

Stewart Downing will be allowed to decide his own future by Liverpool after interest from Newcastle and West Ham.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will try to tie up a deal for Bayern Munich's midfielder Luiz Gustavo this week after admitting the club finally need to start spending in the transfer window,.

Wayne Rooney returned to first-team training with Manchester United yesterday and will play for England on Wednesday with David Moyes' blessing - scotching rumors of a fall-out between the two.

David Moyes has moved to counter claims of a growing rift with unsettled striker Wayne Rooney by declaring he is pleased that the player has been selected for England and revealing he took part in first-team training yesterday.

Luis Suarez must apologize to Liverpool and his team-mates before he plays for the club again.

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