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Departures Lounge: Brazilian teenager to leave Man City for United

Gabriel Fernando is planning to turn his back on one Manchester club for another while there’s news on Willian, Daniel Agger and Demba Ba.

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Brazilian teenager turns back on Man City: 16-year-old Gabriel Fernando is set to reject a new deal from Manchester City and join their rivals Man United just 15 months after arriving at the club, according to The Daily Mail.

Spurs close in on Willian: Tottenham are nearing a deal for the attacking midfielder with a fee of around £30m expected to be paid to Anzhi Makhachkala. Meanwhile, the Londoners are also being linked with Argentine winger Erik Lamela of Roma.

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Roma want Ba: Senegalese international Demba Ba is a target of the Serie A club and could make the switch has his future under Jose Mourinho remains uncertain.

Agger happy to stay: Liverpool defender and vice captain Danny Agger insists he has no interest in leaving his current club but added that he would be willing to join Barcelona only if the Reds wanted to sell him.

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Eto’o still undecided: Several European club are believed to be interested in signing Cameroonian Samuel Eto’o from Anzhi Makhachkala but his agent has revealed that no deal has been made yet.

Puncheon set for Palace: Southampton’s Jason Puncheon has passed a medical ahead of a move to newly-promoted Crystal Palace from the Saints.

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