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Manchester United's protracted summer transfer recruitment drive could finally be about to kick into high gear.
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Manchester United risk losing their fallback to Arturo Vidal as reports suggest that Inter midfielder Fredy Guarin is happy to join Zenit Saint Petersburg.
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While the coach was hailed as a returning hero, the future of his young charge was open to numerous questions.
But as Silva has been picked at all age-group levels for his national side it means he is likely to be considered a "special talent" and given permission to move to England.
Tom McDermott offers his verdict on some of the players tipped to move in the final stages of this summer's transfer window.
IS Aturo Vidal heading to Manchcester United? They certainly need a dynamic box-to-box player.
The Bianconeri have been heavily linked with a loan move for the Monaco forward, who is reportedly unsettled at the Stade Louis II, with Leonardo Jardim's men having lost their first two games of the new Ligue 1 season.
Back on Italian soil following a lucrative tour of Asia and Australia, Juventus continued their pre-season with a local fixture on Wednesday afternoon.
Former Juventus midfielder Massimo Mauro has weighed in on the Arturo Vidal situation, and believes the club should cash in.
Finally, another Serie A season is almost upon us. The league has some fresh faces, Juventus have a new coach and Roma have a string of new players to help them take on the Bianconeri and try to deny them a record fourth Scudetto in a row.
Despite already signing Patrice Evra, Romulo, Kingsley Coman, Roberto Pereyra and Alvaro Morata, Juventus are still looking to sign more new players under new boss Massimiliano Allegri.
Conte has signed a two-year contract with the Italian Football Federation and was officially unveiled at a press conference in Rome on Tuesday.
Manchester United's failings were the hot topic of discussion on SkySports' Monday Night Football, with former captain Gary Neville dissecting their failings.
Italian newspaper Tuttosport believes that Arturo Vidal is likely to stay at Juventus and only a bid of over A 40 million in cash could change that.
Juventus' Arturo Vidal stretches during a training session ahead of their friendly soccer match against Singapore Selection at the Sports Hub in Singapore August 15, 2014.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 04:30 pm
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