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Mourinho rules out transfer splurge
Jose Mourinho insists the Premier League champions have no plans to make significant additions to his squad, revealing that he is relishing the prospect of mounting a title defence with the same set of players. Read full article
Chelsea's Bamford joins Palace on loan
Chelsea forward Patrick Bamford has completed a season-long loan move to Crystal Palace, the Eagles announced on Tuesday. Read full article
LVG speaks on Ramos rumours
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has hinted the club may be pursuing Real Madrid's Spain defender Sergio Ramos and could also sign a "surprise" striker. Read full article
Newcastle sign Serbia forward
Newcastle United have signed Serbian forward Aleksandar Mitrovic from Belgian side Anderlecht, subject to a work permit, the Premier League club announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Rooney targets Charlton's record
Wayne Rooney has set himself a target of 20 goals this season, which would break Bobby Charlton's long-standing record as Manchester United's highest scorer of all time Read full article
LVG salutes 'great captain' Rooney
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has saluted the leadership of Wayne Rooney. Read full article
Jones ready to fight for United place
Manchester United defender Phil Jones is relishing the prospect of having to fight for his starting place after a wave of high-calibre new signings at Old Trafford and the possibility of more to follow. Read full article
Ranieri wants Leicester to stand up
New manager Claudio Ranieri wants the real Leicester City to stand up in the coming Premier League season, he said on Monday in his first news conference since joining the club. Read full article
Sterling to get City game time
Raheem Sterling, the most expensive English footballer in history, will play for his new club Manchester City against AS Roma in Melbourne, manager Manuel Pellegrini said on Monday. Read full article
Vlaar out for four months
Netherlands international Ron Vlaar will be out of action for four months, much longer than he had initially expected following a knee operation, the defender told Dutch media on Monday. Read full article
City sign Fulham youngster Roberts
Manchester City completed the signing of talented youngster Patrick Roberts from Championship side Fulham on Sunday, the Premier League club announced. Read full article
Liverpool 'reach deal for Benteke'
Liverpool have agreed to sign striker Christian Benteke from Premier League rivals Aston Villa for £32.5 million, the BBC and other British media organisations reported on Sunday. Read full article
Martinez slams Chelsea's Stones pursuit
Roberto Martinez expressed disappointment on Saturday following reports that Chelsea were looking to increase their bid for John Stones after their initial offer for the England international was rejected. Read full article
Villa gamble on French youth Amavi
Jordan Amavi became one of Ligue 1 side Nice's most lucrative transfer deals on Saturday when he signed for English Premier League side Aston Villa for a fee believed to be between €13 to €15million. Read full article
Bellerin staying at Arsenal
Arsenal's Spanish defender Hector Bellerin has signed a new long-term contract after a breakthrough campaign at the Emirates last season, the Premier League side said on Friday. Read full article
Delph completes City move
England midfielder Fabian Delph is leaving Aston Villa to join Manchester City, the two Premier League clubs announced on Friday, just days after insisting he would be staying at Villa Park. Read full article
Kompany hails Sterling arrival
Captain Vincent Kompany has hailed the signing of Raheem Sterling as "massive" for Manchester City as the club chases more trophies, saying his fearlessness sets him aside from his peers. Read full article
'Quota rules not to blame for inflated fees'
Despite Raheem Sterling's record transfer to Manchester City, Richard Scudamore said it was a "hard stretch" to suggest home grown quota rules were to blame for the increasing price of English talent. Read full article
EPL boss envious of US foreign fixtures
Despite running the sporting behemoth that is the English Premier League, Richard Scudamore still casts his eyes enviously at the foreign expansion success of the NFL and NBA. Read full article
Everton not signing Evans - Martinez
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has moved quickly to quash rumours in the British media suggesting his club were poised to sign Manchester United central defender Jonny Evans. Read full article
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