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'Chicharito' headed to Leverkusen as Man United target Monaco's Martial

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: 'Chicharito' to Leverkusen as Man United court Martial

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 games,...

 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 of MLS including Seattle's victory over Portland, Diego Fagundez's winner for New England and Bradley Wright-Phillips' volley for 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...

 By Chris Wright

Manchester United star Wayne Rooney leaves Swansea mascot stunned

Stationed in the tunnel before kick-off ahead of their 2-1 win over Manchester United, Swansea's mascot appeared to be solely concerned with preparing himself for his prematch duties.

That was right up until the moment the youngster noticed just who was stood directly across the corridor from him.

In fact, his reaction on realising he was mere feet from United captain Wayne Rooney definitely falls into the "priceless" category.

Aww. How lovely to see some genuine wide-eyed wonder in this cynical...

 By Chris Wright

Wayne Rooney's son Kai meets Messi, Suarez and Neymar in Barcelona

While his old man was busy getting turned over by Swansea on Sunday, little Kai Rooney was off having the weekend of his life in Barcelona with his mother, where the youngster got to meet his favourite Barcelona players.

The trip was apparently organised by ex-Manchester United man Gerard Pique, with Kai managing to grab photos with the likes of Luis Suarez, Neymar, Pique and of course, one Lionel Messi.

 By Chris Wright

Everton fans serenade Chelsea target John Stones with Beatles chant

With his transfer saga very much looking as though it's going to rumble on till deadline day, it's probably safe to say that most Everton fans have had their fill of hearing about Chelsea's protracted pursuit of John Stones.

Indeed, the Toffees faithful sent a musical message out to the Chelsea top brass before Saturday's game against Tottenham at White Hart Lane, with the travelling hordes adopting a Beatles classic to send a musical message to Roman Abramovich.

However, thanks to a bit of cunning...

Man Utd's Wayne Rooney fluffs his lines as Swansea go back to basics

ESPN FC's Craig Burley dissects Manchester United's 2-1 loss to Swansea City, and notes United's glaring need for transfer reinforcements.
Swansea City Manager Garry Monk was very pleased with his team's performance in a 2-1 home win against Manchester United.

Garry Monk outfoxed Louis van Gaal once again as his switch of formation helped Bafetimbi Gomis and Andre Ayew overturn Juan Mata's opener in Swansea's 2-1 win over Manchester United on Sunday.

The Swansea boss changed from 4-2-3-1 to 4-3-1-2 early in the second half, prompting a short spell that Van Gaal later claimed cost United the game. "It is a big lesson for us," the Dutchman said. "We have to adapt much more quickly than we have done."

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This was the third consecutive time Monk has beaten Van...