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5hESPN staff

De Gea on Utd Champions League squad

Goalkeeper David De Gea has been included in Manchester United's Champions League squad after the 11th-hour collapse of his move to Real Madrid.

7hRichard Jolly

Premier League transfers in numbers

The 20 Premier League clubs spent a record £870 million in the summer transfer window. But that was not the only record set over the past few months.

15hESPN Staff

Di Maria exit cost United £22.5m - report

United lost up to an extra £7.5m on the £15m hit they took by selling Di Maria to PSG due to strong Sterling-Euro rates, according to Foenix Partners.

13hBen Gladwell

Cole not included in Roma squad lists

Ashley Cole has been left out of Roma's squad lists for the 2015-16 season, including the 23-man selection for the Champions League.

18hStephan Uersfeld

Ozil eyes Ballon d'Or and Olympics call-up

Ozil wants to rival Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for the top individual award, and is also targeting success in 2016 for both club and country.

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Afellay's ban reduced to two games

Stoke City midfielder Ibrahim Afellay has had his three-match ban for hitting out at West Brom's Craig Gardner reduced to two games.


Cleverley faces spell on sidelines

Cleverley, 26, was carried off on a stretcher after being challenged by Eric Dier during the first half of a 0-0 Premier League draw at Tottenham.

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Why do clubs panic buy on deadline day?

Like an ill-prepared student whose exam time sneaks up on them, there's nothing like a hard and fast deadline to get you moving, writes Nick Miller.

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No injury worry for England, Hodgson

The Three Lions face San Marino and Switzerland in their next two Euro 2016 qualifiers with a chance to secure a spot with matches to spare.

16hESPN Staff

Kick Bale and Wales will kick back - King

Leicester midfielder King says Wales will defend Real Madrid star Bale if Cyprus resort to tough tackles in Thursday's Euro 2016 qualifier in Nicosia.

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Berbatov joins PAOK on free transfer

PAOK, who currently sit 12th in the Greek Super League, confirmed in a statement that Berbatov has signed a one-year deal.

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England U21s name Ward-Prowse captain

England Under-21 boss Gareth Southgate has named Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse his captain for the forthcoming campaign.

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Ox grateful to his 'harsh critic' father

England international Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain credits his father's strictness and honesty as the two things that made him into the player he is today.

13hMichael Cox

Cox: The Prem's most intriguing transfers

The most exciting transfers aren't always the biggest names, but rather established players moving into unknown territory, writes Michael Cox.

2dESPN staff

Southampton complete Van Dijk signing

Southampton are confident of securing a deal for Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk before the close of the transfer window, sources have told ESPN FC.

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Deadline Day quiz

How well do you remember transfer deadline day's biggest moves from years gone by? Test your knowledge in our interactive quiz...

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2dMike Whalley

Gibson avoids prison after drink-driving incident

Darron Gibson has avoided a prison sentence after he hit three cyclists with his car while under the influence of alcohol before driving away.

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Chelsea's Chalobah joins Napoli on loan

The highly rated 20-year-old midfielder flew into Naples on Monday to undergo a medical before completing his switch to the Serie A club.

1dStephan Uersfeld

De Bruyne: Transfer saga was difficult

De Bruyne, 24, became the Bundesliga's record sale when he signed for City in a £54 million deal only 19 months after he had joined Wolfsburg.

2dStephan Uersfeld

Van Gaal still the same - Schweinsteiger

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has not changed since his time in charge at Bayern Munich, according to Bastian Schweinsteiger.



LFP president Javier Tebas: Real Madrid's account of De Gea's failed transfer is closer to the truth than Man Utd's.