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Departures Lounge: Hooper to Norwich, Spurs sign Chadli

Tottenham and the Canaries have both made breakthroughs in the transfer market today.

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Hooper joins Canaries: Norwich City have confirmed the signing of Celtic striker Gary Hooper on a four-year-deal.

Spurs complete Chadli deal: Tottenham have spent around £7m on Belgian winger Nacer Chadli, who arrives from FC Twente.

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Atletico Mineiro set price for Bernard: 20-year-old Brazilian international Bernard, a target of Arsenal and Spurs among others, has been given permission to leave his homeland – if £22m comes in for him.

Fulham target Osvaldo: Dimitar Berbatov could soon have himself a new strike partner as the Cottagers are now reportedly favourites to capture Roma’s Italian international.

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Liverpool would take Benzema: With Luis Suarez keen to leave the Reds, they are believed to be willing to take a player-plus-cash deal with Karim Benzema coming in the other direction.

Stoke miss out on Oliveira: Having expressed his interest in the Portugal targetman yesterday, Mark Hughes has watched Nelson Oliveira instead choose a move to France with Rennes.

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