Video: Latest transfer news, including Alberto Moreno to Liverpool and Mats Hummels to Manchester United
A run-down of today's best gossip
Friday 01 August 2014
Check out the latest football transfer gossip with our daily video round-up.
Featured today is the news of Liverpool's £20m move for Alberto Moreno and also another target that could take the club's spending above £100m this summer.
Manchester United are also on the look-out for new recruits, particularly at the back. We take a look at what's happening there.
The two north London clubs are filling the back pages with Juan Quintero possibly arriving at the Emirates and one player having confirmed his departure on loan.
Spurs are looking to bring in a defender from Sporting Lisbon for £4m.
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