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Transfer Window Live: Arsenal boss warns Spurs, Levy eyes more signings, Chelsea duo snubbed

12:39 30 August 2013

Transfer Window Live with London24

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All the latest transfer news and rumours from the London24 sports team.

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Here is a round-up of the big transfer stories so far today:

Wenger has warning for Spurs over spending spree

Spurs target tipped to shine in England as Levy eyes MORE singings

Mata and Torres left out of Spain squad amid transfer speculation

Tottenham have confirmed the signing of Vlad Chiriches

Arsene Wenger gives a transfer update
West Ham star ruled out for the season

Arsenal and Manchester United target wants to leave current club

West Ham boss open to offers for Crystal Palace target

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