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Harry Kane, Adam Bogdan, Morgan Schneiderlin and Radamel Falcao
Radamel Falcao, David De Gea, Gareth Bale and Petr Cech

Radamel Falcao to Chelsea: Transfer news live - David De Gea to Manchester United, Abou Diaby in talks to stay at Arsenal

Follow Thursday's latest transfer news and rumours as they happen

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Raheem Sterling, Radamel Falcao, Gonzalo Higuian and Karim Benzema

Raheem Sterling to Manchester City: Transfer news live - Gonzalo Higuain to Arsenal, Karim Benzema to Manchester United

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Geoffrey Kondogbia, James Milner, Morgan Schneiderlin and Radamel Falcao

James Milner to Liverpool: Transfer news live - Geoffrey Kondogbia and Petr Cech to Arsenal,Nicolas Otamendi to Manchester United

Latest transfer news and updates as Liverpool announce the signing of an England international

Dani Alves, James Milner, Raheem Sterling and Bastian Schweinsteiger

Diego Costa exit: Transfer news live - Dani Alves to Manchester United, Christian Benteke and James Milner to Liverpool

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Christian Benteke, Danny Ings, Morgan Schneiderlin and Diego Costa

Diego Costa to leave Chelsea: Latest transfer news live - Danny Ings to Liverpool, Morgan Schneiderlin to Manchester United

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Harry Kane makes Paul Scholes' Premier League team of the season

Paul Scholes column: With Premier League over for another year, here are my end of season awards

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Revealed: The most unwatchable Premier League teams of the 2014/15 season

Were Chelsea really as boring as they were accused of being?

Premier League report: From Arsenal to West Ham and everyone in between - how did your club do this term?

Top of the class? European field trip next year? Stand in the corner? Or facing exclusion? Find out how our panel of experts marked the Premier League season

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Steven Gerrard goal: Stoke defenders 'let the Liverpool captain score in his final game'

Conspiracy theorists think the Potters gave the departing Liverpool skipper a helping hand in finding the back of the net on his final appearance

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Stoke vs Liverpool: 5-0 half-time score ruins Steven Gerrard farewell

The captain's final match won't be one he wants to remember

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