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Man United turn to Adebayor, Martial as 'Chicharito' heads to Leverkusen

Louis van Gaal was visibly irritated when talk turned to transfers after Man United's loss to Swansea.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: United turn to Adebayor and Martial, 'Chicharito' to Leverkusen

Monaco's Anthony Martial has been granted permission to travel to England to sign for Manchester United, according to a statement from the France Football Federation.

Louis van Gaal had insisted he will not panic-buy despite his side having scored just three goals in four Premier League...

 By Chris Wright

Man United ace Memphis Depay turns up to Netherlands duty in style

Memphis Depay reported for international duty with Netherlands on Monday looking like something straight out of a spaghetti western -- albeit a high plains drifter with incredibly expensive taste.

Appearing to have dipped into Clint Eastwood's wardrobe before leaving the house, all Memphis was missing was a sun-scorched squint, a cigarillo and his trusty horse.

Yeehaw...

Dusan Tadic, Andre Ayew and Scott Sinclair star; time to drop Rooney?

Here are five things to know following the fourth week of Premier League action.

In the Premier League, home is definitely not where the heart is. So far, 40 fixtures have produced just nine victories for the hosts thus far and Gameweek 4 didn't buck that trend.

Only Manchester City, Southampton and Swansea kept the home fires burning for ESPN Premier Fantasy managers in a week when midfielders were the hottest properties.

WEEKLY WONDERS

Mid-priced midfielders hit the heights at the weekend, with the costliest of these, Swansea's Andre Ayew (£7.0 million), continuing his...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool signs of recovery destroyed by awful loss to West Ham

Brendan Rodgers says West Ham's early goal was crucial in Liverpool's 3-0 home defeat to Slaven Bilic's men on Saturday.

It didn't seem possible that things could get any worse for the players signed by Liverpool during the infamous summer 2014 transfer window, but in the last week or so that's exactly what has happened.

Emre Can was considered a rare success, or a young player with potential at least, yet he had a nightmare in Saturday's 3-0 humiliation against West Ham to the extent he was ignominiously hauled off at half-time.

Dejan Lovren was hoping to build on a competent start to the season, but with Brendan...

Arjen Robben to get Netherlands firing in Euro 2016 qualifying

Arjen Robben has fiercely led the Netherlands into the World Cup quarterfinals.
Arjen Robben and Netherlands are in a precarious position heading into their latest Euro 2016 qualifiers.

Things get serious for the Euro 2016 hopefuls this week as we reach crunch time for many teams hoping to book their places in France next summer, with more than one big name in danger of missing out.

Robben to lead Netherlands

The biggest name struggling to make it is Netherlands, who began the campaign so badly and stand three points off the pace in Group A behind surprise leaders Iceland and the Czech Republic. Thankfully for Danny Blind's side, they still have things in their hands but they have...

 By Jason Davis

Seattle, San Jose and New York Red Bulls the Rivaly Week winners in MLS

Relive the best moments from the past week in the MLS, including Seattle's victory over Portland, Diego Fagundez's winner for New England and Bradley Wright-Phillips' volley for the New York Red Bulls.

Yes, it's a marketing contrivance on the part of Major League Soccer to lump together a handful of rivalry matches in a single weekend. No, that doesn't mean we have to be cynical about the entertainment on offer.

Once again, Rivalry Week delivered, and this edition had implications for playoff spots, seeding and quite possibly, the Supporters' Shield. These were games that mattered, and not just because the teams facing off didn't like each another.

Portland went down 2-1 to Seattle in a controversial...