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Transfer Centre Transfer Centre LIVE! The latest news and gossip as James Rodriguez is set to join Bayern Munich permanently with the Germans triggering a £37m purchase option on him. 48916 comments EAGLES LEAVES ROSS COUNTY Ross County. The 32-year-old made nine appearances after being reunited with his former Burnley and Bolton manager, Owen Coyle, in November. Eagles was absent with a groin problem when Coyle quit the club and his last game proved to be a 4-2 defeat by Aberdeen on January 31. Ron Walker moderator 5pts Perhaps it's not your usual source, but Sports Illustrated are reporting  Barcelona, is a summer target for Arsenal. The attacking midfielder, who turns 16 next week, is one of the brightest prospects on the conveyor belt which has previously produced Cesc Fabregas, Lionel Messi and Carlos Puyol, and would be free to leave the club after he celebrates his birthday mirror-casino.pw/p/russkie-kazino-s-minimalnymi-stavkami. The attacking midfielder, who turns 16 next week, is one of the brightest prospects on the conveyor belt which has previously produced Cesc Fabregas, Lionel Messi and Carlos Puyol, and would be free to leave the club after he celebrates his birthday. Ron Walker moderator 5pts The  Wolves as well as  West Ham. Unsurprisingly, Webster hasn't made an appearance at Victoria Park, but is said to be a bright prospect. Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts Football Whispers. Luigi Di Biagio has defended his decision not to pick Mario Balotelli for the last international break after the Nice striker was furious at his omission, claiming his form deserved a call-up. Di Biagio told  Premium Sport: "I know all of Mario's goals, having watched 15 games in their entirety with him on the pitch this season. He is playing well, but I made 360-degree assessments.   "A player must be assessed for their performances and what they do on the pitch. Knowing him well enough, I preferred to give others priority. " Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts Mick McCarthy is open to taking the vacant position at West Brom. McCarthy will leave Portman Road at the end of this campaign after reaching a mutual decision last week with owner Marcus Evans. Darren Moore is expected to remain in caretaker control of West Brom until the end of the season. Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts West Brom midfielder Gareth Barry has triggered an optional 12-month deal having featured 25 times for the club this season, according to Sky sources.   The 37-year-old joined the Baggies last summer from Everton and has since featured in 29 matches, scoring one goal.

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It remains to be seen whether Barry will take up the option with West Brom, who are bottom of the Premier League on 20 points, 10 adrift of safety with six matches remaining. Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts Robben told FourFourTwo magazine: "I had a very good conversation with him (Ferguson) over dinner in Manchester and we spoke about football and life. "I also went and had a good look around the training ground and everything was good, but after I went back to PSV nothing happened. "There was no real contact and the deal didn't happen. PSV were also negotiating with Chelsea at that time, so maybe they offered PSV more money? I don't really know. "Had Manchester United offered me a deal straight after I met them, I would have signed there, but it didn't happen and I have got no regrets. " Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts Valencia,  Record reports. The Turkish club have an option in his loan deal to buy him permanently for €21m (£18m) and they are expected to do that, before selling him on for a profit.   He has also been the subject of Milan, Marseille, Roma, Everton and Liverpool transfer talk. Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts Southampton fail to avoid relegation, according to the Daily Mirror. Bournemouth, Leicester and promotion hopefuls Aston Villa are said to be keeping track of the situation, with Austin still the Saints' top scorer this season despite missing three months with injury.   Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts AC Milan past this season,  Tuttosport reports. The 19-year-old goalkeeper has decided it is bes t for his career to leave and is likely to attract interest from some of the world's top clubs. Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts Bayern Munich, with his contract running out in the summer, according to  Sport Bild. If no offer is forthcoming though, he could move to China or Qatar, with clubs in both of those countries interested in the 34-year-old Frenchman. Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts Bayer Leverkusen, seeing him tied to the club until 30 June 2021.   The German has been the subject of much transfer speculation, but has committed his immediate future to the Bundesliga side. Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts Berke Ozer, but the Altinordu player also interests Manchester City and The Sun. The Blues have handed the 17-year-old a trial and has already been called into the senior squad for Turkey.

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Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts XAVI TO RETIRE Al Sadd, reports Marca. The legendary midfielder, who joined Al Sadd from Barcelona in 2015, will hang up his boots in the summer and will only play football for the Qatari side again if the team continue in the AFC Champions League. The 38-year-old is expected to sign a two-year deal and will replace his current boss Jesualdo Ferreira.   Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts PSV Eindhoven’s technical director, Marcel Brands looks set to join Everton later this month, once the Dutch side have been confirmed as Eredivisie champions, SSN understands.   Sky Sports News has been told PSV already have a replacement technical director lined up and will discuss Brands’ departure at a board meeting later today mirror-casino.pw/p/lokomotiv-kuban-zelena-gura.   Sky Sports News has been told PSV already have a replacement technical director lined up and will discuss Brands’ departure at a board meeting later today.   The 55-year old Dutchman is represented by agent Mino Raiola. And Everton’s owner Farhad Moshiri believes Brands and Raiola together could help them land the talent to make them a top four Premier League team.   Brands arrival could signal Charlotte Marsh moderator 5pts Steven Caulker. We understand this bid was from Rosenberg but Caulker is enjoying his football at Den Park under manager Neil McCann and has no intentions of moving at this moment in time.   The transfer window in Norway closes tomorrow.   James Walker Roberts moderator 5pts DE BOER REPORTS DENIED  Frank de Boer with the vacant Ivory Coast managerial role. "A report on ' Linfodrome' that FIF is preparing to appoint Dutchman Frank De Boer as coach of Ivory Coast is completely unfounded," Sory Diabate told the football authority's official website.   "It's no secret that FIF is searching for a new Elephants coach to replace Marc Wilmots. The federation is working hard on this and will announce the name of the coach in due course. " Ron Walker moderator 5pts Brighton defender Bruno has signed a new one-year deal with the club. Manager Chris Hughton said: “Bruno has been exemplary in my time as manager, firstly he has been an excellent right-back for the team, and secondly an excellent captain for the club over the past three seasons. " Richard Morgan moderator 5pts Zinedine Zidane has refused to rule out the prospect of managing his old club Juventus in the future. Zidane is in his third season in charge of Real Madrid, but some reports have suggested that there is uncertainty over his future at the Bernabeu ahead of the 2018/19 campaign. The Frenchman was asked at a press conference about the possibility of managing another one of his old clubs, Juventus, and replied: “You can never say never, but I'm happy where I am.

I'm not thinking about the future, I just concentrate on taking things day by day at Real Madrid. "You know what football and Real Madrid are like. The clubs' DNAs are the same - fighting right until the end and focusing on winning every game. ”  Richard Morgan moderator 5pts Newcastle legend Shay Given has urged Mike Ashley to "dip into his resources" and back Rafa Benitez financially this summer in order to make the club competitive again.   "It's great to see them back and staying in the Premier League for next season. " Given told Premier League Daily. "Hopefully Mike Ashley does dip into his resources and give Rafa finances in the summer to build the club up. " Richard Morgan moderator 5pts Liverpool signed Mohamed Salah from Roma last summer, with the forward proving a revelation in his debut campaign at Anfield. And the Egypt international has once again topped the Sky Sports Power Rankings this week. . . Richard Morgan moderator 5pts NORTHAMPTON BEGIN MANAGER SEARCH Northampton Town chairman Kelvin Thomas has begun the search for a new manager – but will leave caretaker Dean Austin in charge of their five-game fight against relegation. Thomas sacked Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink on Monday following Town’s 2-0 derby defeat at Peterborough - after  just seven months in charge. Northampton are without a win in nine games in League One, but are only two points from safety. But with games against Bury, Oldham and Walsall to come, Thomas believes the club can still avoid the drop. “We understand we are in a very tough spot and what the task in hand is, but I’m confident that the players, supporters and staff will all unite behind Dean and Jon for the remaining five games of the season,” he said. “It has certainly been a challenging time for the club, but we need to look forward and put our full focus on these remaining five fixtures. "  Richard Morgan moderator 5pts
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