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Liverpool closing on Sadio Mane deal, Bayern pushing Mario Gotze out

Former Bayern coach Ottmar Hitzfeld says Mario Gotze would suit Liverpool well after limited chances with the Bavarian club.

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

TOP STORY: Liverpool closing on Mane deal

Liverpool are closing in on the £30 million signing of Sadio Mane and want to complete a deal with Southampton by the time they return to preseason training on July 2, according to the Daily Mail.

Mane is seen as a key player in Jurgen Klopp's rebuilding process at Anfield, with Joel Matip, Marko Grujic and Loris Karius already signed...

Manchester United linked with surprise £50 million move for Aaron Ramsey

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner discuss the rumours surrounding Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey and Schalke's Leroy Sane.
Aaron Ramsey opened the scoring for Wales with a right-footed chip past Russian goalkeeper, Igor Akinfeev.
Relive the most striking images from the Euro's matchday 11, with England looking lacklustre, and Wales stunning the group.

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

TOP STORY: United to launch shock move for Ramsey

Jose Mourinho has targeted Aaron Ramsey as a contingency plan should Manchester United not be able to persuade Borussia Dortmund to part with Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

The Sun reports that the former Chelsea boss is interested in the Wales international and would need to pay £50 million to persuade the Gunners to sell.

Ramsey, 25, almost...

 By Tom Marshall

James Rodriguez, David Ospina leave club worries behind to propel Colombia

James Rodriguez discusses Colombia's hard fought match against Peru in the Copa America quarterfinals.

CHICAGO -- Colombia's David Ospina was doing a TV interview after his heroics in last Saturday's penalty shootout victory against Peru when an ecstatic James Rodriguez interrupted to plant a big kiss on the goalkeeper's cheek.

"David is a great, I hope he stays [in the national team] for a long time," stated a delighted Rodriguez after the Copa America Centenario quarterfinal, in which Ospina made a key penalty save. "I think he is the greatest."

Family off the field -- Rodriguez is Ospina's brother-in-law...

 By Tom Adams

Aaron Ramsey's Arsenal role no clearer, despite excellent Euro displays

Relive the most striking images from the Euro's matchday 11, with England looking lacklustre, and Wales stunning the group.

Euro 2016 has been the tournament of the midfield playmaker. With a dearth of top-level European strikers, players of the mould of Luka Modric, Toni Kroos and, most imperiously, Andres Iniesta, have offered the standout performances.

But despite the continent's finest passers and probers assembling in France, only one player has so far recorded more than one assist. That man is Aaron Ramsey, and thanks to Wales' 3-0 win over Russia on Monday night, he also has a goal to his name. Wales are the top...

Arsenal and England midfield options leave Jack Wilshere as a backup

The How Will They Line Up guys give their unique perspective on Lionel Messi being deemed the greatest player of all time, and the potential Jack Wilshere once had.
Jack Wilshere England training
There isn't much room in the XI for Jack Wilshere for either England or Arsenal.

Jack Wilshere may have to get used to playing second fiddle, for club and country

The reinvention of Wayne Rooney as a central midfielder appears to be good news for all of England. Those who've watched the country's captain at Euro 2016 will have been delighted with how quickly he's adapted to the new role, spraying passes from deep and intelligently helping Roy Hodgson's team to control the game. However, there will have been one proud Englishman watching from the sidelines with a tinge of frustration:...

 By Chris Wright

Ex-Germany keeper Jens Lehmann's amazing Eiffel Tower video

With Germany set to play their final group game against Northern Ireland next week, their former international goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has pressed on ahead to check the place out.

Like many tourists,  Lehmann's first port of call was the Eiffel Tower, with the 46-year-old managing to sum up the world-famous structure's venerable awe and magnitude in a video lasting just seven seconds.

Still, the ex-Arsenal star did include a sign-off line that is almost certain to become the unofficial catchphrase...