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Dani Alves will not be joining Manchester United – report


Manchester United were thought to be interested on bringing Dani Alves to Old Trafford last week, however today, the Daily Mail have quashed those rumours. Alves cost Barcelona a huge £25million from Sevilla in 2008, and since then the buccaneering Brazilian has won all there is in Spanish football.

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Manchester United hope to seal Sami Khedira deal ahead of Arsenal


Manchester United are hopeful of securing a deal for World Cup winner Sami Khedira, beating the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea to his signature. The 27-year old is desperate to leave Real Madrid due to his lack of playing time, and according to the Daily Star, Manchester United are in pole position at the current time.

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Real Madrid prepare £23million offer for Adnan Janzuaj


Manchester United’s Adnan Januzaj set the world alight with his superb ability last season, but this year his progress seems to have slowed up. Thats probably due to the big-name arrivals such as Ander Herrera, Daley Blind and Angel Di Maria, but Adnan Januzaj still remains hot property across Europe.

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Dani Alves has agreed to join Manchester United for free next summer – report


In his time at Barcelona, Dani Alves emerged as one of the best right-backs in the world. The Brazilian-born wingback has won it all in his time at the Nou Camp, and many expected him to leave in the summer. However that didn’t happen, but it is expected that Alves will be available on a free transfer next summer, with many clubs interested in signing him.

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Manchester United show an interest in signing former youth product


Manchester United’s lack of experienced centre-backs is startling considering the amount of money spent bolstering our attacking line in the summer. Yesterday night, we were linked with Aston Villa’s captain Ron Vlaar, and today its the turn of a former Manchester United youth graduate who is know playing his football at Stoke City – Ryan Shawcross.

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Manchester United will have to pay £12million to land Ron Vlaar


Manchester United will have to pay a huge £12million to land Ron Vlaar in January, according to The Express. Aston Villa have already resigned to the fact that they will probably lose ‘Concrete Ron’ in the not too distant future, after an extremely impressive World Cup as well as an excellent start to the Premier League campaign.

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Manchester United fall behind Arsenal in Mats Hummels race


Manchester United are no longer favourites to prise Mats Hummels away from Borussia Dortmund, as Arsenal take charge of the race to sign the World Cup winner. According to the Express, Arsenal are preparing to launch a huge £32million bid for Hummels, who turns 26 in December.

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Cristiano Ronaldo would cost £1billion to bring him back to Manchester United


Manchester United would have to spend a HUGE £1billion to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford, according to his agent, Jorge Mendes. The news comes from French media outlet, Le Figaro, who suggest that the whole package [including player wages] would break the £1billion mark if United wanted him to come back that badly.

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Manchester United to make January move for Ron Vlaar


Ron Vlaar turned into the one of the stars of the recent World Cup with some superb defensive performances for the Oranje under Louis van Gaal. Now, as we quickly approach the midway point in the season, Van Gaal is keen to reunite with his defensive powerhouse on a domestic level, with United making a move for Vlaar in January.

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Real Madrid eye Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea


The news Manchester United fans haven’t wanted to read for quite some time is finally here. One of Spain’s big two clubs are in for David de Gea, according to the usually reliable Spanish media outlet Marca. They reckon that Real Madrid are in for our young shot-stopper, and go as far as saying that De Gea himself is keen on the idea.

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