Published: Sun, August 12, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Euro - League Transfers That Never Happened

Euro - League Transfers That Never Happened

I think that they will be the ones who push City all the way and I don't expect Guardiola's champions to run away with it as easily as they did last season, when the title race was nearly done and dusted by Christmas.

Mina had an excellent World Cup in Russian Federation scoring three goals in three games which also includes goal against his new club teammate Jordan Pickford in stoppage time sending the England vs Colombia the last 16 tie to extra-time.

Soyuncu, 22, reportedly agreed terms with his new club, underwent medical tests, and inked a five-year contract at Leicester City's home King Power Stadium.

As the Premier League's transfer window closed Thursday, the top title contenders have now completed their squad building until January.

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But Spurs have fallen short in the Premier League title race in each of the last two seasons, building a belief among fans that the squad need more depth if they are to win major silverware.

Rooney left United last year after 13 stunning years with the Old Trafford club where he netted a total of 253 goals in 559 appearances and overcame Sir Bobby Charlton as the club's all-time top goalscorer.

Barcelona made several bids for the player but never matched Chelsea's asking price and when it seemed the Catalans could not go further after their third bid of £65m was rejected by Chelsea, they chose to settle for a lesser valued, Bordeaux player Malcom as replacement, while Willian returned to Chelsea after his World Cup break.

It is no secret that Mourinho has been keen to add to his squad and would have liked to add a defender.

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They have a new coach in Spaniard Javi Gracia and have lost Brazilian winger Richarlison to Everton.

When all hope to land Boateng and Maguire was dashed, Manchester United turned their focus to highly experienced Atletico Madrid and Uruguay defender Godin. Harry Kane committed his future to Tottenham before heading to the World Cup and finishing as the top-scorer as England reached the semi-finals.

When Cardiff were last promoted to the Premier League, in 2013, their summer outlay said a lot about how they saw themselves as a club, with a recruitment drive that brought in such exotic names as Chile hard man Gary Medel, Denmark striker Andreas Cornelius and Uruguayan centre-back Maximiliano Amondarain.

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