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LATEST New £25m signing set for spell on sidelines and could miss the opening league match against former side Southampton
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Dejan Lovren celebrates scoring for Southampton although the goal was later credited to Adam Lallana
TRANSFER TALK Reports claim the Southampton defender will undergo a medical over the weekend
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REACTION It's impossible to avoid the impression that Van Gaal is playing to the gallery a little, but some of this won’t be easy for Sir Alex writes Ian Herbert
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TRANSFER TALK Chile's World Cup star has reportedly told Italian reporters that he will not be joining Van Gaal
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Calum Chambers of Southampton wins the ball
TRANSFER TALK Gunners on the verge of landing the highly-rated Southampton youngster
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Eliaquim Mangala
TRANSFER TALK Premier League champions playing the long game with Mangala signing
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New signing Alexis Sanchez poses in the kit
Arsenal vs Manchester City: Arsene Wenger will have a depleted squad for the Community Shield
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Luis Suarez
Spanish football: Barcelona can't afford to carry any passengers against Real Madrid, especially those that won't have trained with their team-mates for four months
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Yossi Benayoun (left) and Joey Barton
One of the former QPR team-mates calls the other 'stupid'
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TRANSFER TALK Brazil goalkeeper is widely expected to leave the club this summer
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Frank Lampard is presented as a New York City FC player
TRANSFER TALK New York City FC midfielder hopes the past 13 years of good behaviour have helped forget his part in a drinking binge
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Patrick Vieira is a youth coach at Manchester City
COMMENTJack Pitt-Brooke: The club's youth team coach took his players off the field after clashes during a pre-season friendly in Croatia
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England players trudge off after their dismal exit from the World Cup
Labour claims a ‘moral obligation’ to abide by £50m spending requirement
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ANALYSIS A look at the most expensive frontlines at Europe's giants
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Bryan Robson said England are 'way off' winning a major tournament
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Steven Gerrard speaks to the media alongside Roy Hodgson
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