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Manchester United and Tottenham face very different transfer struggles

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Manchester United continue to become more and more frustrated in their dying pursuit of Cesc Fabregas. New Barcelona manager Gerardo Martino stated that after rejecting two offers made by the Old Trafford club, it’s clear that he will stay put.

Meanwhile Gareth Bale is very unhappy with Spurs’ refusal to entertain a world record bid by Real Madrid. Despite Tottenham’s stance that they want Bale to stay, Los Blancos will continue to pursue the Welsh Wizard.

Lukas Podolski is making it clear that Arsenal have the pieces to contend for a Premier League title. Noting that even though there a lot of good teams in the Premier League, he believes the Gunners have the right players and coach to make a run for a championship. At Liverpool, manager Brendan Rodgers believes his club is a great position to challenge for a title as well. Noting that the Premier League title is the highest priority.

Brazilian star Robinho is ready for a new start at Milan after renewing his contract until 2016. “I’ve always said that a club like this requires a long term commitment,” Robinho stated. “As long as ten years.”

Finally, Italian star Andrea Poli believes he still achieve more after years of success, which included a World Cup title in 2006. “I was lucky enough to win one so all my dreams came true. I’m still playing and the task ahead is to win another World Cup.” Poli said.

Article title: Manchester United and Tottenham face very different transfer struggles

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