Video: Latest transfer round-up - Manchester United may get Arturo Vidal in swap deal as Sami Khedira's time at Real Madrid nears end
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In Thursday's news, Arturo Vidal could finally be heading to Old Trafford in one of the longest-running transfer stories of the summer. Reports have emerged suggesting current striker Javier Hernandez and one other player could be on their way to Juventus as part of a swap deal for Vidal. United would have to also pay £36 million.
Sami Khedira was left out of Real Madrid's squad on Tuesday when the Spanish club won the Uefa Super Cup with a 2-0 win over Seville in Cardiff and it is now thought he has no future at the club. Arsenal and Chelsea are two Premier League sides keen to get their hands on the World Cup winner.
Atletico Madrid are interested in another World Cup winner from the summer in the form of Chelsea’s Andre Schurrle. Madrid have opened up talks but it is thought Jose Mourinho does not want to lose the attacking midfielder having only signed him last summer.
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Hull City boss Steve Bruce is preparing a surprise move for England forward Danny Welbeck. Bruce has lost star strike Shane Long to Southampton and wants to buy Welbeck for £14 million.
Jack Cork could be the next Southampton player to leave the club this summer, with Crystal Palace offering £3 million for the midfielder.
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