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Galatasaray close in on former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba

Turkish club begin negotiations with Shanghai Shenhua

Ivory Coast captain Didier Drogba will be the biggest name at the tournament

Football in Brief: Didier Drogba ends stay in China

Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has left Shanghai Shenhua to sign an 18-month contract with Galatasaray.

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Wesley Sneijder completes switch to Galatasaray

Netherlands international had been linked with a host of Premier League clubs

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The Independent's Martin Hardy analyses today's January transfer window stories and separates the reality from the rumour

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Liverpool eager to cancel Nuri Sahin's season-long loan deal

Midfielder has failed to impress since joining from Real Madrid

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Netherlands international has been strongly linked with a move away this month

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Widespread reports claim the midfielder's Real Madrid career is over almost before it's started

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Portugal captain is starting to dominate a tournament like few before him – not even Leo Messi, writes Jack Pitt-Brooke

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“Holland are a joke” is the headline in Volkskrant.

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