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22 goals & 30 assists last season: Attacker from La Liga club visits UK for Man Utd transfer talks

22 goals & 30 assists last season: Attacker from La Liga club visits UK for Man Utd transfer talks – originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Manchester United are looking to sign the 14 year old Valencia attacker Ferhat Cogalan. The Old Trafford outfit have invited the young forward to Carrington for talks regarding a transfer. The young attacker has scored 22 goals and has provided 30 assists for the Valencia youth team last season. Ferhat’s father Sedat told La Voix Du Nord: “We’re in no hurry because Ferhat is in contract with Valencia until 2021. But when a club like Manchester United invites us, it is logical that we study the proposal, right?”. Cogalan has attracted the interest of United, Arsenal, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund for the

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Wenger wants world class South American talent; Forward as talented as Neymar

Wenger wants world class South American talent; Forward as talented as Neymar – originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Arsene Wenger is exploring other targets after failing in an attempt to sign the England international Jamie Vardy. The Gunners are determined to sign a striker this summer and the likes of Lacazette and Gabigol are all being looked at. Earlier there were reports that Wenger is set to meet the representatives of the French striker Alexandre Lacazette. The Lyon forward is a target for West Ham United as well. Recent reports claim that Wenger is interested in the Brazilian striker Gabriel Barbosa. The 19 year old Santos striker is regarded as one of the best talents in South America

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Manchester United star misfires as England humiliated in Euro 2016 exit

Manchester United star misfires as England humiliated in Euro 2016 exit – originally posted on Soccerlens.com

England have suffered their most embarrassing defeat in history as they were eliminated from Euro 2016 by debutants Iceland last night. The Nordic country came from behind to win 2-1 in Nice with all the goals coming in the opening 18 minutes. Wayne Rooney had given England the lead after only four minutes from the penalty spot after goalkeeper Hannes Þór Halldórsson had brought down Raheem Sterling. The Three Lions were ahead for less than two minutes as man of the match candidate Ragnar Sigurðsson was left unmarked at the back pot to tap in from a flick on off

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Paris Saint-Germain and Laurent Blanc part ways

Paris Saint-Germain and Laurent Blanc part ways – originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Laurent Blanc has left his job as the head coach of Paris Saint-Germain to end his three-year spell in the French capital, the club announced on Monday. Failure to progress in the Champions League ultimately enforced the mega-rich club owners to end the former Barcelona and Manchester United defender’s tenure, who won three Ligue 1 titles in as many seasons during his time at the French outfit. After three seasons with the club, Laurent Blanc leaves PSG https://t.co/5pskP7e0OZ — PSG English (@PSG_English) June 27, 2016 A statement read: “In a respectful atmosphere, negotiations were completed on 27 June. An agreement,

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Italy vs Spain: Chelsea star vs Roma midfielder and other Key battles

Italy vs Spain: Chelsea star vs Roma midfielder and other Key battles – originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Italy will take on Spain on Monday in the last 16 of Euro 2016 at the Stade de France in Paris. Certainly the tie of the round, the match will be a repeat of the 2012 European Championships final in Kiev where Vicente Del Bosque’s side ran out 4-0 winners over the Azzurri. A lot has changed in the last four years, with Spain enduring a dismal 2014 World Cup run which saw them eliminated in the Group Stages. Italy also crashed out at the first time of asking, with both sides out to prove themselves once again in France.

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Fee agreed for Spaniard’s Liverpool transfer; Conte’s bid for Euro star; Wenger to meet striker

Fee agreed for Spaniard’s Liverpool transfer; Conte’s bid for Euro star; Wenger to meet striker – originally posted on Soccerlens.com

With the Copa America done and dusted and Euro 2016 nearing its completion, it is time for every club to focus on the transfer market and improve their chances of doing well next season. Although the transfer window officially opens on the 1st of July, almost every club has started working on their deals and new signings are being confirmed every day. Here at Soccerlens, in our daily transfer news roundup column, we will bring you some of the latest stories from the last 24 hours. Wenger to meet with Lacazette’s representatives this week Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is looking at other

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Mourinho secures high profile transfer; Fee and personal terms agreed for creative genius

Mourinho secures high profile transfer; Fee and personal terms agreed for creative genius – originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Borussia Dortmund midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan is set to complete his Manchester United transfer soon. The Old Trafford outfit have agreed a fee for the Armenian midfielder and personal terms have been agreed with the player and his agent as well. Sky Sports are reporting that a deal should be finalised soon. Earlier yesterday, reliable journalist Raphael Honigstein confirmed that a deal is almost complete and that Dortmund have sent an official to Manchester to complete the formalities. Dortmund have sent an official to Manchester, Mkhitaryan deal nearly done — Raphael Honigstein (@honigstein) June 26, 2016 Mkhitaryan picked up 19 goals

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Klopp agrees marquee Liverpool transfer; Top quality winger having medical today

Klopp agrees marquee Liverpool transfer; Top quality winger having medical today – originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Southampton forward Sadio Mane is all set to complete his transfer to Liverpool later today. The Senegal attacker will undergo his medical with the Merseyside giants later today and will sign a long term contract with the Reds. Jurgen Klopp was keen on adding some pace and flair to his attack and the Premier League forward will do just that. Alongside Coutinho, Firmino and Sturridge, Mane could form a devastating front four. According to BBC, Liverpool have agreed a fee in excess of 30 million pounds for the Southampton star. Mane put on a stunning display against Liverpool at St

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Barcelona superstar retires from international football after Copa America defeat

Barcelona superstar retires from international football after Copa America defeat – originally posted on Soccerlens.com

When Francisco Silva scored the winning penalty for Chile, Lionel Messi was seen kneeling on to the ground hiding his face, probably crying as well. He sat alone on the dugout bench with a look of a lost man. The five times Ballon d’Or winner was left distraught, heartbroken and shattered. He is widely regarded as one of the all-time greats. He has won everything in club football with Barcelona. Despite all his heroics at club level, this one criticism that ‘he hasn’t won anything with Argentina’ puts a blemish on his trophy-laden career. For the third consecutive year, Argentina have reached

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Arsenal star wins his second major trophy, Messi left in tears as Chile win Copa America Final

Arsenal star wins his second major trophy, Messi left in tears as Chile win Copa America Final – originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Chile waited 99 years to lift their first major trophy. They now have two back to back Copa America titles. Lionel Messi missed a penalty and Claudio Bravo pulled off a great save off Lucas Biglia as Chile held their nerves to win the trophy after 120 minutes of goalless football at Metlife stadium in New Jersey. Argentina started the match brilliantly and should have taken the lead when Gonzalo Higuain found himself in a one-on-one situation with Bravo, but the Napoli striker failed to keep his composure and his chip went wide of the target. Chile went down to 10-men after

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