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Kevin De Bruyne

Kevin De Bruyne to Manchester City: Wolfsburg admit they can't compete with 'astonishing' £200,000-a-week offer as £58m deal nears

Bundesliga club resigned to selling the talented midfielder as City offer him up to £200,000-a-week

Arsene Wenger looks on during the 2-1 win over Crystal Palace

Champions League draw 2015: Arsenal in Group F alongside Bayern Munich as Manchester United and Chelsea get simple group stage draws

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Kevin De Bruyne to Manchester City: £58m deal hits the rocks as Wolfsburg admits they're 'in no rush' to sell former Chelsea midfielder

De Bruyne had been expected to undergo a medical today but Wolfsburg's latest declaration suggests move may be in doubt

Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba
Paul Pogba

Pogba to Chelsea: Blues set to smash British spending record with £70m midfielder and £34m John Stones

The Blues are confident that Juventus will sell Pogba for £70m while hope for a breakthrough in their £34m pursuit of Stones

Kevin De Bruyne

Kevin De Bruyne to Manchester City: £58m deal for Wolfsburg winger close

Bundelsiga player of the year on verge of return to the Premier League

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Full details of the draw for the group stage, including which pots each team are in

Manchester City Champions League draw: What are the best and worst possible group stage draws?

The 32 teams that will challenge for the Champions League are now known

James Milner: 'Exciting' Liverpool can challenge to win the Premier League

Former Manchester City midfielder does not regret leaving the Etihad - despite their magnificent start t the new Premier League campaign

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