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  • Chelsea agree to re-sign Luiz, City clear decks on deadline day

    Chelsea agree to re-sign Luiz, City clear decks on deadline day

    AFP News
    Chelsea agree to re-sign Luiz, City clear decks on deadline day

    Chelsea agreed terms with Paris Saint Germain to re-sign Brazil defender David Luiz on Wednesday, while Manchester City allowed five players to leave on season-long loan deals as the transfer deadline approached across Europe. Luiz was sold by Chelsea to French side PSG for a world record fee for a defender when he joined the French club for £50 million ($65 million, 58 million euros) in 2014. …

  • The Latest: Espanyol signs 2 players, transfers Gonzalez

    The Latest: Espanyol signs 2 players, transfers Gonzalez

    Associated Press
    The Latest: Espanyol signs 2 players, transfers Gonzalez

    LONDON (AP) — The Latest on European soccer transfers (all times local): …

  • Perfect record with Gundogan, Bravo & Sane still to come - Big-spending Man City has invested wisely

    Perfect record with Gundogan, Bravo & Sane still to come - Big-spending Man City has invested wisely

    Goal.com
    Perfect record with Gundogan, Bravo & Sane still to come - Big-spending Man City has invested wisely

    The Blues drew up a list of targets right at the start of 2016 and will be very happy with their summer business despite not being able to sign everybody they had identified. …

  • Arsenal youngster Nwakali loaned to MVV Maastricht

    Arsenal youngster Nwakali loaned to MVV Maastricht

    Goal.com
    Arsenal youngster Nwakali loaned to MVV Maastricht

    The 18-year-old joined the Gunners from Diamond Academy but has been sent to the Dutch second division for the 2016-17 campaign …

  • Tearful Schweinsteiger bows out in Germany's win

    Tearful Schweinsteiger bows out in Germany's win

    AFP News
    Tearful Schweinsteiger bows out in Germany's win

    Bastian Schweinsteiger let the tears flow on Wednesday as Germany's captain made his final appearance for die Mannschaft in their 2-0 friendly win at home to Finland. Schalke's Max Meyer and Arsenal's Mesut Ozil scored Germany's second-half goals, but the night belonged to Schweinsteiger, who played the first 66 minutes in Moenchengladbach on his 121st -- and final -- international appearance. Twelve years since his debut, the 32-year-old announced his retirement at the start of August, but …