Video: Latest transfer news - Angel Di Maria set to join Manchester United for a record fee as Samuel Eto'o closes in on Everton deal
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On Tuesday, Angel Di Maria is expected to become the most expensive purchase in British transfer history as he nears a £59.7 million move to Manchester United from Real Madrid. Di Maria was at Manchester United’s training ground this morning to finalise the deal.
United are still keen on signing midfielder Arturo Vidal who has been the focus of the club’s attention all summer. Juventus’s valuation of £34 million was considered prohibitive but United are now open to making a move for the midfielder after a disappointing start to the season.
Elsewhere, Samuel Eto'o is close to agreeing a two-year deal at Everton. Eto'o could even sign in time to play against his old club Chelsea this Saturday.
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AC Milan's attempts to sign Fernando Torres have come to a halt after it emerged that the Spaniard wanted a permanent deal rather than a loan.
Finally, Arsenal fear Olivier Giroud could be out injured for as long as three months, meaning a list of players have been linked with a move to the Gunners, such as Danny Welbeck, Loic Remy and Edinson Cavani.
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