Ins And Outs: Evening Transfer Update

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– Done Deal! England midfielder Frank Lampard has confirmed that he will join the MLS team New York City FC on a two-year contract. Lampard becomes the fourth player to join the newly formed franchise. (Sky Sports)

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– Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma has been given the number 5 shirt for the club. A strong hint that the young Frenchman will not be loaned out this season. (Evening Standard)

 

– Gus Poyet hopes Sunderland will have at least one fresh face among their ranks by the time they fly out to Portugal tomorrow. (Sunderland Echo)

 

– Vidal on the Manchester United transfer rumours. “I don’t know. I’ll speak with Allegri. But I’m happy here” (@JamesHorncastle)

 

– Done Deal! Stoke City have clinched the signing of Bojan Krkic from Barcelona for no more than a modest six-figure fee. (The Sentinel)

 

– Chelsea have stepped up their interest in Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane. (Independent)

 

– Fiorentina midfielder Juan Cuadrado is close to sealing a £27.5m move to Manchester United.

 

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– Liverpool have agreed a £10.5million deal for QPR striker Loic Remy. (Chronicle)

 

– Jose Mourinho has declared a desire to keep both Thibaut Courtois and Petr Čech at Chelsea this season. (Mail)

 

– Done Deal! Fraizer Campbell has signed for Crystal Palace for a fee said to be in the region of £900,000. (@BBCSport)

 

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  – Swansea confirm the signing of Ecuadorian Jefferson Montero. (@SwansOfficial)

 

– Didier Drogba has agreed to re-join Chelsea, all that’s missing is the public confirmation. (Tutto Mercato)

 

– Harry Redknapp wants to strike a deal to bring former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o to Queens Park Rangers. (Mirror)

 

– Louis van Gaal is facing his first transfer setback as Man Utd manager, with Borussia Dortmund warning him to forget about signing 25-year-old World Cup-winning defender Mats Hummels. (Independent)

 

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