Transfer Window Replay: Eto’o and Flamini deals, Mata and Cabaye latest, Bale saga continues

18:00 29 August 2013

Transfer Window Live with London24

Transfer Window Live with London24


Catch up with today’s transfer news and gossip in our Transfer Window Replay.

Welcome to Transfer Window Replay, our look back at the day’s biggest transfer stories involving the London clubs.

Join us again on deadline day and, in the meantime, look back over today’s blog by scrolling down to the bottom of the page.

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Here is a round-up of today’s biggest stories:

Flamini explains why he wanted to rejoin Arsenal

Chelsea confirm Eto’o deal as Rooney interest ended

Real Madrid point finger at Spurs over Bale deal

Pardew lifts the lid on his relationship with Arsenal target Cabaye

Arsenal re-sign Mathieu Flamini

Jose Mourinho gives Juan Mata update as Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United hover

Arsenal boss reveals late transfer window plans

Latest on Wayne Rooney and Samuel Eto’o

Les Ferdinand hopes Gareth Bale ending won’t tarnish legacy

Palace boss responds to Gallas and Kebe rumours

Ledley King reveals QPR snub

Pardew gives update on Arsenal target Cabaye

Tottenham close in on Bale replacements

Arsenal star hints at late deals

Chelsea close in on striker

Roma reveal Lamela deal

Chelsea confirm Willian signing

Tottenham given permission to speak to Liverpool target

Arsenal target rules out move

Former Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham man in talks over move to Australia, despite Palace interest


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