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Departures Lounge: Man United begin negotiations over Fellaini move

David Moyes is returning to his old club to secure a new midfielder before the season starts next week.

Fellaini. Credit: Barrington Coombs/Everton FC/Press Association Images

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Moyes turns to Fellaini: After missing out on Thiago Alcantara and Cesc Fabregas, Manchester United are concentrating their efforts on bringing in Everton’s Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini and talks have begun between the two clubs.

Fulham agree Taarrabt deal: Moroccan attacker Adel Taarabt has been reunited with Martin Jol after joining Fulham from QPR on a season-long loan. The pair previously worked together at Tottenham.

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Barca bid for Luiz: According to reports, the Catalan giants have made an official offer somewhere in the region of £30m for Chelsea’s Brazilian defender David Luiz.

Arsenal take El Jadeyaoui on trial: The Gunners will hand 26-year-old Moroccan international Alherbi El Jadeyaoui of French side Angers a trial after watching him a number of times last season.

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Baggies want Kalou: West Brom are keen to sign former Chelsea winger Salomon Kalou from Lille. The French side have warned that he is not for sale but the Baggies still haven’t given up hope.

Toffees chasing Jorginho: Roberto Martinez would like to secure the services of 21-year-old Hellas Verona player Jorginho but are facing competition from Fiorentina.

Irish deal of the day

Wigan Athletic have had a bid for James McClean accepted by Sunderland for James McClean. The 24-year-old looks set to leave Wearside after two years with the Black Cats.


Richard Dunne makes his competitive comeback after a year on the sidelines

Sunderland accept Wigan bid for McClean – reports

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