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The Cameroon striker will see his deal at Stamford Bridge expire at the end of the season

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Barcelona raise possibility of move away from Nou Camp to new stadium

Club deciding in January whether the expand the Nou Camp or move

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Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu skips past Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny

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Reinforcements not guaranteed despite fear United will not qualify for the Champions League

English lesson: The hope is that Gerard Deulofeu will improve by competing in a strong Premier League against good defenders

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic is relatively unheralded in this country, though the tall, dark Swedish striker with a distinctly un-Nordic name certainly made England sit up and take notice when putting four past Joe Hart in Stockholm last year.

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World Cup 2014: England's possible route to glory - taking in Spain, Germany and Brazil

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Manchester United let David Moyes down in the transfer market, claims Everton defender Phil Jagielka

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Deco during his Chelsea days

Former Chelsea playmaker Deco contests ban for failed drugs test

The former Portugal international has retired since the positive test

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Luis Suarez 'masterclass' enjoyed by Liverpool team-mate Joe Allen

The Uruguay striker scored four goals against Norwich

Barcelona have rubbished suggestions that they could make a January move for Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero

Transfer news: Barcelona rubbish reports that a bid for Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero could be launched in January

The Argentinian striker has been attracting plenty of attention after his impressive start to the season but Barcelona vice-president Josep Bartomeu confirms they have no plans to make a move

Jose Reina pictured training with Spain

Transfer news: Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina repeats desire to join Barcelona

The Spaniard is currently on loan with Napoli

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Transfer news: Dimitar Berbatov 'not happy' at Fulham and wants to leave in January, claims agent

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