Video: Latest transfer news - PSG drop out of race for Angel Di Maria and Manchester United register interest in Sami Khedira
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On Friday, Paris Saint-Germain's manager, Laurent Blanc, said that the French club would not try to sign Angel Di Maria due to Financial Fair Play regulations, thus clearing the way for Manchester United to attempt to finalise a deal with the Argentinian, who is currently at Real Madrid.
United are also apparently joining the race for another Madrid player, Sami Khedira. Khedira told Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti that he wanted to leave the club this summer.
Liverpool are still interested in free agent striker Samuel Eto'o despite their signing of Mario Balotelli this week. After the sale of Luis Suarez, Liverpool only have Daniel Sturridge and Rickie Lambert as first-team strikers.
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Down in London, Tottenham are close to signing Sevilla defender Federico Fazio. Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is expected to pay £8m.
Tim Sherwood ruled himself out of the race to become Crystal Palace's new manager. Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon is now the bookies' favourite.
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