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Why I Snubbed Man United Transfer For Arsenal – Jurrien Timber

Arsenal defender Jurrien Timber has opened up about his decision to join Mikel Arteta's men this summer, turning down interest from a number of other clubs. The Dutch international joined Arsenal from Ajax last week in a deal worth an initial £34.2million.

La Liga: Inigo Martinez Joins Barcelona On Free Transfer

Barcelona has announced that Martinez has completed his move to Camp Nou after leaving Athletic Club. Martinez’s contract with Athletic expired at the end of the 2022/2023 campaign making him a free agent. He moved to Barcelona on free transfer making him the Catalans’ third signing of the summer after the arrival of IIkay Gundogan and Mikayil Faye.

Seria A: I Am Happy At Napoli F.C - Osimhen

Victor Osimhen has reassured Napoli fans there is no plan for him to leave the club despite strong interest and temptations from the European giants. Osimhen, 24, is currently at the peak of his form The striker is enjoying an incredible season in Serie A and is on the verge of firing them to a first title since 1990 as well as helping them to reach the Champions League quarter-finals., being him the most sought-after goal scorer across European football.

Raheem Sterling Signs For Chelsea

English forward, Raheem Sterling has signed a five-year contract with Chelsea from Manchester City for £47.5m; becoming Todd Boehly’s consortium's first Chelsea purchase.

Real Madrid Sign Bellingham From Dortmund

Real Madrid have announced the signing of the young talisman Jude Bellingham from German side Borussia Dortmund on a six-year contract. The 19-year-old moved to Germany from Birmingham City in 2020, but, the opportunity to play for his dream team has finally come to reality. Dortmund confirmed in a statement last week that Real Madrid have agreed to pay an initial €103m (£88.5m) to land Bellingham. Now the La Liga giants have announced the deal is done.

Joe Aribo Joins EPL Side, Southampton On A 4-year Deal

25-year-old Super Eagles midfielder Joe Aribo has moved to St. Mary's after three (3) successful seasons at Ibrox, where he scored 26 goals in 149 appearances and won the Scottish Premiership and Scottish Cup. The midfielder who will remain in St Mary's Stadium until 2026, was signed for a four-year contract for an undisclosed fee.

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