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>Manchester United are planning a shock £25m move to bring Barcelona's former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas, 26, back to the Premier League.
>But new Manchester United manager David Moyes will make Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini, 25, his first signing for £24m and broker a peace deal to keep striker Wayne Rooney, 27, at Old Trafford.
>Carlo Ancelotti will offer Rooney a way out of Manchester United if he takes over as Real Madrid manager but will not consider a swap deal involving forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 28.
>Real Madrid are preparing a £60m offer for Tottenham's 23-year-old Gareth Bale despite Spurs chairman Daniel Levy indicating that he will not sell the player to any club this summer.
>Incoming Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has asked the club's owners to buy him four new players in the summer window - and one is Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, 26.
>Arsenal are set to sign Belgium goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, 24, from Sunderland for £10m as Arsene Wenger dips into his £70m transfer fund.
>Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is lining up a £3m move for Peterborough's 22-year-old striker Dwight Gayle. His interest in the London-born forward is unconnected with the future of Christian Benteke.
>Lyon have made an approach to Arsenal to take 25-year-old forward Gervinho on a season-long loan with a view to a permanent deal.
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Seems the 49ers and their new stadium are going full retard. It's like they think that all of the fans are rich and have credit cards and live in the rich bay area, rather than tons of them making the short drive from Sacramento, Stockton, etc. There are tons of poor fucks, you idiots.
>not accepting cash
>In keeping with its Silicon Valley base of support, the 49ers' assumption is that fans will be carrying smartphones, so the place will be entirely cash free and ticketless. Software engineers are already building apps for cellphones that will allow fans to order food, watch instant replays, listen to play by play and check bathroom lines from their seats.
Official SoCal Appreciation Thread
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Listen Bay Area faggots, I think tonight made it pretty clear you AREN'T OUR RIVALS. You never WERE our rivals. You never WILL compare to LA or SoCal in this fucking lifetime. You small town scum got put in its place, and I hope you realize that nothing you faggots do will ever make you more relevant than LA.
LA has more rich people. more diversity, more money, more notoreity.
Whenever any of us go out of state and say we're from California, they start talking about how great LA is. When any of you faggots go out of state and talk about California, they start asking you questions about LA.
We're also better than you at every sport, which is why more gold medalists come from Southern California than any other part of the country. In terms of pro sports, the LAKERS ALONE have more championships than your wack ass Northern California.
inb4 >muh NFL.
More NFL players come from Southern California than any state not named Texas or Florida.
And really, no one gives TWO Fucks about boreball.
Sleep tight. We're coming for all your water next.
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>Liverpool and Manchester United are set to miss out on Ajax midfielder Christian Eriksen, 21, as he nears a £10m move to Borussia Dortmund.
Full story: talkSPORT
>Hull could move for 37-year-old Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given, who is available for £1m.
Full story: Daily Mirror
>Real Madrid are ready to make Cristiano Ronaldo, 28, the best-paid player in the world in order to keep him away from a return to Manchester United.
Full story: Metro
>Crystal Palace and West Ham are vying to sign Barcelona defender Marc Bartra, 22, on loan.
Full story: talkSPORT
>Real Madrid are confident they will win the battle for winger Gareth Bale, 23, and have set a 15 June deadline for the deal to be done with Tottenham.
Full story: Daily Star
>Chelsea are ready to go head-to-head with Arsenal for Fiorentina's £25m-rated striker Stefan Jovetic, 23.
Full story: Daily Express
>Carlos Tevez, 29, is waiting to discover if Manchester City will offer him a new deal, with his current contract expiring next summer.
Full story: The Guardian
>Tottenham are looking at a new £30m strikeforce of Barcelona's David Villa, 31, and Internacional's Leandro Damiao, 23, to fire them into the top four.
Full story: The Sun