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Liverpool swoop for 14-year-old prodigy, Ramos move back on and all today's transfer news

Ahead of the start of the new season, here are some of the last-minute deals that could be done

Soccer - Sergio Ramos File Photo Source: Joe Giddens

(Sergio Ramos’ future has been the subject of much speculation this summer)

Liverpool land prodigy: The Reds have won the race to sign the 14-year-old Norwegian starlet, Edvard Tagseth, who has been compared to fellow up-and-coming talent Martin Ødegaard.

Pellegrini going nowhere: Man City have firmly backed their current manager by awarding him a contract until 2017.

Benzema Arsenal-bound? Arsenal remain confident of securing the services of Real Madrid’s Karim Bemzema, despite Arsene Wenger playing down the possibility of a deal.


Ramos move on again: Real Madrid defender’s Sergio Ramos’ on-again-off-again move to Man United is on again, it seems, with the Spanish club stalling on a contract offer.

Villa target Lennon: With Emmanuel Adebayor’s move to Tim Sherwood’s side looking increasingly likely, Villa now want to add another Spurs player, Aaron Lennon, to their ranks.


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Godin deal a no-go: Diego Godín has reportedly turned down a lucrative Man City contract offer to stay with Atletico Madrid.


Pedro talks ongoing: Barcelona and Man United remain in negotiations over Pedro, with the Red Devils reluctant to meet the €32million asking price.

West Ham to miss out on Italian defender: The Hammers have failed to agree personal terms with Inter’s Danilo D’Ambrosio, after the two clubs agreed a fee for the player.

Honda has admirers: With Milan set to allow Keisuke Honda to leave, Tottenham and Everton are both understood to be considering a bid.


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