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Jul 24, 2015
Barring Messi, Ronaldo, Wenger can have any player: Arsenal team director shows off walletEnglish football club Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has the financial support to break its transfer record this season, the team's director Lord Harris said on Friday.
Apr 30, 2015
Explaining third party ownership and how banning it affects football's crazy transfer marketTPO can be defined as an economic arrangement whereby a football club sells a percentage of a player’s future transfer value to a third party.
Jan 29, 2015
In-demand Roma striker Destro joins struggling AC MilanA brief statement on Milan's website said: "Mattia Destro has said yes to a move to AC Milan."
Jan 09, 2015
Chelsea assistant Steve Holland rules out Messi swoopMessi's future at Barca has come under increasing scrutiny in recent weeks amid media reports of a bust up with coach Luis Enrique.
Jan 23, 2014
Chelsea agree deal for Basel's Mohamed Salah"The move is subject to the Egyptian international agreeing personal terms and completing a medical examination," Chelsea said on their website.
Dec 06, 2013
Porto to battle Man Utd for highly-rated Ribeiro's signatureCruzeiro is understood to have placed an eight million-euro price tag on the player.
Sep 03, 2013
Transfer Tracker Live: Arsenal sign Ozil from Real MadridA list of all the major summer signings made this season, across European football. We will keep updating the page throughout the transfer window.
Aug 10, 2013
The time is right for Gareth Bale to leave for Real MadridDespite the ludicrous amounts of money being hurled the way of White Hart Lane, the summer of 2013 is probably the best time to buy Bale, not just for Real Madrid, but for all parties concerned.
Aug 05, 2013
Man Utd have given up on Fabregas: BarcelonaUnited have reportedly had two bid in the region of £30 million rejected, and were planning a third approach for a marquee signing.
Jul 23, 2013
Why the transfer tales of Fabregas and Rooney are so differentArsenal fans, not fondly, must remember how Barcelona pursued their main man for a few seasons before finally convincing them to sell, and now it's bitter rivals United in that territory.