Though born in London, Tiago Ilori is Portuguese

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Rio Ferdinand (R) has admitted that he tried to persuade Cristiano Ronaldo (L) to return to Manchester United last summer

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Ronaldo's future was thrown into question until he signed a new contract with Real and Ferdinand admits that the chance of an Old Trafford homecoming has probably gone

Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata could be on his way to Arsenal after reports suggested the clubs have agreed a six-month loan deal

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Norwich right-back Steven Whittaker tries to shoot past Fulham defender Dan Burn

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Ricky van Wolfswinkel missed a first-half penalty for Norwich
Andre Villas-Boas

Andre Villas-Boas wants Tottenham to put painful defeat to Arsenal behind them

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The Reds made some deadline day purchases for the back

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Andre Wisdom: Defender said U21s still have not got over their poor showing at the Euro finals

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Ricky van Wolfswinkel

Ricky van Wolfswinkel will adapt quickly to Premier League expects Norwich manager Chris Hughton

The £8m signing is expected to spearhead the Canaries' front line

Steven Caulker has signed a four-year-deal in a club record transfer to Cardiff City

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Young England defender had been linked with Liverpool and Manchester City but Cardiff have pulled off a coup to land the 21-year-old

Gary Hooper in action for his former club Celtic

Norwich striker Gary Hooper now targeting place in England squad

The 25-year-old has moved to the Premier League from Celtic

<b>John Ruddy (Norwich)</b><br/>
<b>Age</b> 25<br/>
<b>Caps</b> 0<br/>
<b>England moment:</b> Uncapped at any level of English football.

John Ruddy is part of Norwich's pre-season plans, says boss Chris Hughton despite Chelsea interest

Chelsea's Jose Mourinho said to be interested in signing the goalkeeper but Hughton insists he has no intentions of selling the 26-year-old

England striker Andy Carroll

West Ham confirm arrival of Liverpool striker Andy Carroll in deal that could cost them £48.5m

The England striker joins the east London club on a permanent basis

Andy Carroll

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