Marouane Fellaini

Transfer news: Marouane Fellaini will snub Arsenal in favour of Manchester United

The Everton midfielder has been linked with both clubs

Zlatan Ibrahimovic in action for PSG
Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas to Manchester United transfer news: Midfielder wants to stay at Barcelona says Tito Vilanova

United have made a £26m bid for the Spain international

Cesc Fabregas

Transfer news: Will Barcelona allow Cesc Fabregas to leave for Manchester United or Arsenal?

The Spain midfielder is the subject of a £26m bid

Cesc Fabregas

Transfer news: Future of Cesc Fabregas in Barcelona's hands following £26m bid from Manchester United

Former Arsenal captain is unlikely to leave La Liga champions but could be tempted if Barcelona accept bid

Manchester United are interested in Cesc Fabregas

Manchester United make £26m Fabregas bid after missing out on Thiago

Moyes faces tough fight to land ex-Arsenal star after Barcelona lose midfielder to Bayern

David Moyes in the dugout during his first game as United boss

David Moyes given the green light to sign a 'stellar player' by Manchester United chiefs

Manchester United are prepared to back new manager David Moyes to the hilt in the summer transfer market and have not ruled out going after a “stellar player”.

Cristiano Ronaldo in action for Portugal

Today's transfer talk round-up: Chelsea 'confident of signing Rooney'; Arsenal 'could trigger clause' to bring back Cesc Fabregas; Manchester City 'in for Cristiano Ronaldo'

Who’s the next big signing for your club? Here are today's main transfer stories plus click the links at the bottom of the article to find out the latest rumours...

Cesc Fabregas

Transfer talk: Arsenal 'could trigger clause' to bring back former captain Cesc Fabregas from Barcelona

Gunners are thought to have a first-option clause for the midfielder should they meet the £25m valuation

Thiago Alcantara
Thiago Alcantara

Transfer speculation: Manchester United remain in hunt for Barcelona midfielder Thiago Alcantara

A swap deal involving Wayne Rooney has been suggested

Gonzalo Higuain

The signing of Gonzalo Higuain signals an end to the stagnation at Arsenal

The arrival of the Real Madrid striker is more than a statement of intent, he is the right player for the Gunners

Too many of Spain players have played too many games
Cesc Fabregas kisses the Barcelona badge on his shirt during his official presentation at the Nou Camp

Former Arsenal captain Tony Adams claims lack of loyalty in football linked to influx of foreign players

The former England international has offered his services to Arsene Wenger

Thiago Alcantara – La Roja's boy from Brazil

Manchester United’s target Thiago is more than ‘anarchist’

Free spirit who inspired Spain to Euro Under-21s glory has Barça buyout clause of just £15m

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