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'Arry's Transfer Window: Liverpool still doting on Falcao with United dreaming of Di Maria

Also, Franz Beckenbauer reckons Marco Reus is going to sign for a big club next year.

THE PREMIER LEAGUE is under way, but the Transfer Window is still wide open for any clubs willing and able to do big deals.

Anyone? Anyone at all…

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Mad Fer Rs: After ‘Arry’s boys’ right shoddy display down Loftus Road on the Saturday, QPR are ready to  close deals that will add a little more [what's cockney rhyming slang for strength?] to their line-up with the imminent signings of Leroy Fer and Eduardo Vargas (on loan).

Rojo in, Nani off : With Marcos Rojo jumping the gun and telling everyone he’s off to Manchester United we can only speculate as to what the hell is holding up the move. Luckily for us, transfer talk is usually nothing but speculation, so let’s all stare at Nani and wonder why he hasn’t agreed to join Sporting Lisbon as part of the deal yet.


Going for a Song: Barcelona are predictably ready to let Alex Song return to England. And while Arsenal have form for welcoming prodigal sons home, Metro say Liverpool are a nose ahead of the Gunners in a bid to lure him back.

“Liverpool remain keen on Radamel Falcao…” begins the Daily Mail’s big story today. Well, of course they do. But whether the Colombian and his owners do is another story. The Mail also points at mean Old Lady Juventus as another club trying to convince Monaco to set the Falcon free.


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Ave Di Marie-eee-ah: We’ve rarely thought Di Maria to United was very possible this summer. But if Carlo Ancelotti raises his eyebrow quizzically and can’t guarantee the Argentine will stay then it’s game on for thrifty Man United.


Schneid remarks: Spurs just might have received the final word on Morgan Schneiderlin as the Sun say the Saints rejected a pretty hefty £17m for the wantaway midfielder.

Yeah, Reus: Franz Beckenbauer has been trolling Borussia Dortmund saying that Marco Reus will go to a big club like Bayern, Real Madrid or Manchester United next season.


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