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  • Manchester United headline deadline day with Martial move

    Manchester United headline deadline day with Martial move

    AFP News
    Manchester United headline deadline day with Martial move

    Manchester United completed a staggering transfer deadline-day deal for French teenager Anthony Martial, but David de Gea remained at Old Trafford after his move to Real Madrid collapsed. News of United's interest in 19-year-old Martial first broke on Monday and he duly signed a four-year contract with an option for a further year after passing a medical examination. "I have always wanted to play in the Premier League and to join the biggest club in the world is what every young footballer …

  • Conte targets Euro ticket, warns part-timers

    Conte targets Euro ticket, warns part-timers

    AFP News
    Conte targets Euro ticket, warns part-timers

    Coach Antonio Conte has demanded Italy seal their Euro 2016 ticket this weekend but has warned that only first team regulars will figure in his travelling plans for next summer's tournament in France. Italy host Malta in Florence on Thursday before travelling to Palermo to host a Bulgarian side desperate to relaunch their qualifying campaign with four games remaining in Group H. Victory from both games would see Italy book their ticket for the European Championships with two games to spare. …

  • David De Gea no es transferido del United a Real Madrid

    David De Gea no es transferido del United a Real Madrid

    Associated Press
    David De Gea no es transferido del United a Real Madrid

    MADRID (AP) — El plazo llegó pero el anuncio brilló por su ausencia. …

  • Transfer window: Club rifts, failed moves, record spend

    Transfer window: Club rifts, failed moves, record spend

    Associated Press
    Transfer window: Club rifts, failed moves, record spend

    LONDON (AP) — A record $1.3 billion was spent by English Premier League clubs in the summer transfer window. …

  • West Brom's Berahino angry as dream move joins failed deals

    West Brom's Berahino angry as dream move joins failed deals

    Reuters
    West Brom's Berahino angry as dream move joins failed deals

    By Toby Davis LONDON (Reuters) - West Bromwich Albion's Saido Berahino has suggested he will never play for the club again after failing to secure a last-minute transfer to Tottenham Hotspur as several players did not get the moves they wanted on a frenetic deadline day. England under-21 striker Berahino was the subject of four failed bids from the London club and reacted angrily on Twitter, saying he would not play for the Midlands outfit again under chairman Jeremy Peace. "Sad how I can't …