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Good day football fans, here is the latest transfer news across Europe.
ZIDANE SIGNS MAN UTD DEAL
Manchester United youngster Zidane Iqbal has signed his first professional contract with the club.
VAZQUEZ GOING NOWHERE
Lucas Vazquez who is being linked with a move to Chelsea and Manchester United has dismissed ongoing transfer rumours and insists that he will always be a Madrid player.
SAINTS WANTS WILLIAMS
Southampton are hoping to sign United's left-full-back, Brandon Williams on loan in the summer.
DONE DEAL: De BRUYNE EXTENDS STAY
Manchester City are delighted to announce that their playmaker, Kevin De Bruyne have signed a new deal with the club, this new deal means he will be at the club until the summer 2025.
KLUIVERT WANTS LEIPZIG STAY
Justin Kluivert wants to stay at RB Leipzig and he wants to sign for them in the summer when his loan deal expires.
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