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Fellaini set to sign for United

Marouane Fellaini looks set to force through a move to Manchester United.
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Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...

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Arsenal are poised to sign Mesut Ozil either as a permanent or loan deal, and are also chasing his Real Madrid team-mate Angel di Maria, as well as Schalke midfielder Julian Draxler and Chelsea striker Demba Ba.

Manchester United hope to sign Everton's Marouane Fellaini and Athletic Bilbao's Ander Herrera.

Tottenham want to sign 25-year-old Real Madrid defender Fabio Coentrao, with Manchester United also interested.

Meanwhile, Harry Redknapp wants to take Spurs duo Emmanuel Adebayor and Benoit Assou-Ekotto to QPR on loan.

Everton have had a £7m bid for James McCarthy rejected by Wigan who value the midfielder at double that. Wigan are hoping to sign Liverpool defender Andre Wisdom on loan.

Swansea are in talks with Bolton striker David Ngog after a deal for Getafe's Alvaro Vazquez hit problems.

Hull will turn their attention to Fulham's Hugo Rodallega, rated at £2m, after giving up on Arsenal's Nicklas Bendtner.

Stoke City's England U21 goalkeeper Jack Butland is set to join Sheffield Wednesday on loan.

Aston Villa are in talks with Lazio to sign Czech striker Libor Kozak, 24.

Brighton would face fans' revolt if they agree to sell Argentine striker Leonardo Ulloa, 27, to bitter rivals Crystal Palace for a reported £5m.

Middlesbrough hope to conclude a loan deal for Norwich City striker Luciano Becchio.

Blackpool winger Tom Ince, 21, is set for a £10m move to Spurs but will remain on loan with the Championship side until the end of the season.

Manchester City and England midfielder Gareth Barry is on the brink of joining Everton on a season-long loan deal.

Southampton will step up their pursuit of Valencia's Argentine winger Pablo Piatti, 24.

Aston Villa midfielder Barry Bannan, 23, is having talks with Crystal Palace, but the Eagles have failed with a bid to sign Spurs midfielder Tom Carroll, 21, who is set to join either Watford or QPR instead.

Sunderland are interested in taking Liverpool's Italian striker Fabio Borini on loan for the rest of the season.

Reading are ready to make a late bid of £1.8m for Norwich City's out-of-favor striker Luciano Becchio.

Nottingham Forest are set to make a shock £2.5m move for Leicester City striker David Nugent.

England boss Roy Hodgson is facing up to a full-blown World Cup injury crisis.

Gareth Bale's transfer saga ended last night when he finally gained his "dream" move from Spurs to Real Madrid.

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Arsenal have made a £40m bid for Real Madrid midfielder Mesut Ozil, but Manchester United and PSG are also interested.

Aston Villa, Everton, Newcastle and Tottenham are set to battle it out for the £8m signing of Blackpool winger Tom Ince.

Meanwhile, Everton have had a bid of £12m rejected by Wigan for winger James McCarthy and have turned down an offer of £3.5m from West Brom for striker Victor Anichebe.

Sunderland hope to finalize a loan deal for Liverpool striker Fabio Borini and have also enquired about a similar deal for Napoli defender Andrea Dossena.

Crystal Palace have had a bid of £1.75m rejected by Brighton for Scotland international Liam Bridcutt.

Middlesbrough have made a £1.5m offer to try and lure back former Norwich striker Kei Kamara, 29, from MLS side Kansas City and are also tracking Hull City frontman Maty Fryatt.

Everton have been told it will cost them £15m to sign Wigan Athletic midfielder James McCarthy.

Roy Hodgson was left in a rage by a perceived snub from Liverpool - and his mood darkened as injuries to key personnel piled up ahead of England's pivotal World Cup qualifiers with Moldova and Ukraine.

Gareth Bale finally completed his world-record £86million move to Real Madrid last night - with a broadside from Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy ringing in his ears.

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Gareth Bale became the most expensive player in football history last night and immediately described his 100million euro (£86million) move from Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid as "a dream come true".

Arsene Wenger is preparing a dramatic £80million spending spree in the final hours of the transfer window, with Arsenal today ready to launch bids for Real Madrid midfielders Mesut Ozil and Angel di Maria as well as Palermo striker Abel Hernandez.

Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini is ready to hand in a transfer request today in a bid to force through a move to Manchester United.

West Ham are set to sign Juventus forward Fabio Quagliarella, 30, on loan with Cardiff, Crystal Palace, Wigan and Leeds looking to sign Ricardo Vaz Te.

Gareth Bale will finally seal his dream move to Real Madrid today after the Spanish club agreed a world-record £85.2million fee with Spurs last night, ending the summer's longest-running transfer saga.

Sunderland and QPR are battling it out to sign Liverpool striker Fabio Borini on loan, with the Rs also hopeful of landing Tottenham's Jermain Defoe.

West Brom and Hull City are both chasing Everton striker Victor Anichebe who is valued at £4.5m.

Italian giants Roma have expressed an interest in signing Chelsea striker Demba Ba.

England manager, Roy Hodgson, received a contrite apology from Liverpool last night after he was denied access to his former club's boardroom lounge, on the day he suffered the desperate blow of losing Wayne Rooney for the national side's two upcoming, make-or-break World Cup qualifiers.

Gareth Bale completed his move to Real Madrid from Tottenham Hotspur last night, for a fee Spurs - but not Real Madrid - insisted broke Cristiano Ronaldo's world record.

Andre Villas-Boas has insisted that Tottenham Hotspur have "moved on" from Gareth Bale, who has finally completed his world-record 100million euro (£85.2million) transfer to Real Madrid.

Roy Hodgson suffered a miserable afternoon at Anfield when he came close to storming out after a perceived snub by his former club Liverpool and saw his injury problems mount before England's crucial World Cup qualifiers, with Wayne Rooney, Phil Jones and Glen Johnson ruled out.

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