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Villa confident on Cleverley

Aston Villa are confident of signing Tom Cleverley on loan from Manchester United, according to Sky sources.

Stambouli: I couldn’t say no

Benjamin Stambouli says he had a lot of transfer options to consider before Tottenham Hotspur came in for him and he did not hesitate to move to White Hart Lane.

Wales hit by Matthews injury

Wales manager Chris Coleman has received more bad news ahead of the forthcoming match with Andorra after Adam Matthews pulled out of the squad.

Yorke: United spree could win title

Radamel Falcao can fire Manchester United to the Premier League title this season, says Dwight Yorke.

O'Brien blow for Ireland

The Republic of Ireland have been dealt a blow with the news that West Ham defender Joey O'Brien has withdrawn from the squad through injury.

Cabella happy at Newcastle

Remy Cabella believes he made a good choice in joining Newcastle United and now hopes to take his game to a new level.

Everton in late Henen swoop

Everton managed to beat Monday’s transfer deadline to sign Belgian forward David Henen on a season-long loan from Greek side Olympiakos.

Watford appoint coach Garcia

Watford have named former Brighton and Hove Albion manager Oscar Garcia as their new head coach.

Iniesta sidelined by injury

Andres Iniesta has been ruled out of Spain's upcoming matches against France and Macedonia through injury.

Nomination reward for Rowett

Gary Rowett, Jim Bentley, Micky Mellon and Mark Yates are the nominees for the Sky Bet League Two Manager of the Month award for August.

Delph relishing England chance

Aston Villa midfielder Fabian Delph believes his England call-up is a reward for the hard work he has done on his fitness.

Toronto hoping to keep Defoe

Jermain Defoe came close to returning to England on deadline day, but Toronto FC are hoping to keep him long-term.

Deadline day delight for Bruce

Steve Bruce says Hull City 'got what we wanted' on a productive deadline day at the end of a busy summer window.

Falcao dominates deadline day

Hull City were the most active Barclays Premier League club on transfer deadline day - but it was Manchester United's loan signing of Radamel Falcao which proved the headline grabber.

United finalise Falcao loan

Manchester United have signed Monaco striker Radamel Falcao on a season-long loan with an option to buy.

Arsenal wrap up Welbeck deal

Arsenal have signed England striker Danny Welbeck from Manchester United for a fee believed to be in the region of £15-16million.

Ben Arfa loaned to Hull

Hull City have signed midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa on a season-long loan from Premier League rivals Newcastle.

Saints loan Alderweireld

Southampton have captured Belgium international defender Toby Alderweireld on a season-long loan from Atletico Madrid.

Mane secures Southampton move

Southampton completed their Deadline Day business when they signed Red Bull Salzburg winger Sadio Mane on a four-year deal.