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Barcelona NOT interested in Di Maria and the rest of today's transfer gossip

Meanwhile, Arsenal look set to miss out on Jackson Martinez.
Jun 24th 2015, 12:38 PM 7,950 4

HERE’S YOUR DAILY dose of transfer gossip as the madness of the summer transfer window begins and who better to guide us through the latest wheelin’ and dealin’s than ‘Arry himself.

Just don’t use the words wheelin’ or dealin’, alright?


Martinez says no: In-demand Porto striker Jackson Martinez is set to snub Arsenal in favour of joining Atletico Madrid.

Competition for Austin: €20 million-rated QPR striker Charlie Austin is understood to be wanted by at least four clubs, with Newcastle, Chelsea, Southampton and West Ham all hoping to land the big striker.

Chelsea line up Begovic: Stoke’s Asmir Begovic is a Chelsea target, though the Potters are believed to want Victor Moses as part of the deal.


Ba comeback: West Brom are eager to bring Demba Ba back to the Premier League, with the striker reportedly intent on leaving Besiktas.

Spurs hope duo stay: Mauricio Pochettino will attempt to ensure Hugo Lloris and Harry Kane stay at the club by making them captain and vice-captain respectively. 

Wijnaldum braced for bidding war: Georginio Wijnaldum, the PSV midfielder who is understood to be valued at around €15 million, is wanted by both Newcastle and Sunderland.


Di Maria rumours untrue: The front page of Catalan newspaper Sport suggests Barcelona are keen on Man United’s Angel Di Maria, but one reporter has since claimed the player’s agent has moved to deny these rumours.

Hammers boosted: Dimitri Payet is expected to join West Ham from Marseille for almost €17 million.

McClean under fire: James McClean’s move from Wigan to West Brom has not gone down well with a section of the Baggies’ support.

The Japanese ladies scored this fabulous team goal last night>

Atletico Madrid midfielder Arda Turan ‘in talks’ over Premier League move>

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