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Departures Lounge: Cast of The Wire on the latest transfer rumours

Talk of Rooney to Chelsea, the type of signing that won’t get Arsenal fans excited and Man City close to getting their man.

Geoffrey Kondogbia playing for France’s U20s. Credit: Gero Breloer/AP/Press Association Images

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Madrid splash out on midfielder: Real Sociedad’s Asier Illarramendi has departed for Real Madrid after they paid the Spanish U21′s €38m buyout clause.

Arsenal go for Kondogbia: After speculation about bids for Gonzalo Higuain and Luis Suarez, it looks as though Arsene Wenger will return to form by buying a young Frenchman. Geoffrey Kondogbia, a 20-year-old midfielder plying his trade at Seville, is a target of Arsenal’s.

City favourites for Jovetic: As well as being close to wrapping up a deal for Alvaro Negredo, Man City seem to be on the verge of bringing in Fiorentina attacker Stevan Jovetic.

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Jose remaining coy Rooney move: The Chelsea boss wasn’t giving much away about the possibility of purchasing Manchester United’d unsettled star, but did say he has always admired the England striker.

Fulham bid for Coates: Liverpool’s Uruguayan centre-half could be on his way to the Cottagers for around £5m.

Hammers want Inter midfielder: West Ham have enquired about Serbian international Zdravko Kuzmanovic, according to reports.

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Spurs offer four players for Benteke: Tottenham hope to entice Aston Villa into letting Christian Benteke leave by giving them Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Scott Parker, Jake Livermore and Tom Huddlestone in part-exchange.

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