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Van Persie is going off Juve

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Juventus could lose out on signing Robin van Persie, after the Arsenal captain's camp expressed concern over the match-fixing allegations being levelled at certain members of the club.

Antonio Conte, manager of the Serie A champions, has been implicated from his time in charge of Serie B side Siena.
 

Joe Allen is reportedly on the verge of a move to Liverpool. The Swansea City midfielder is currently with Team GB at the London Olympics, but reports suggest he has already agreed terms with the Anfield club.
 

Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea have been told they must pay upwards of £40million to sign Brazil international Ganso.

Santos have revealed they are open to offers, but will not consider anything below the value set by the buy-out clause in his contract.
 

Chelsea have had a £5million bid rejected for Marseille's Spanish international full-back, Cesar Azpilicueta, according to reports.

The French side want something closer to £8million before they agree to sell.

Malaga midfielder Santi Cazorla is edging closer to joining Arsenal, after it was reported he was at the Gunners training ground in London Colney.

The Emirates Stadium outfit want to complete the deal for the Spain international before the weekend, as well as a season-long loan move for Real Madrid midfielder Nuri Sahin.

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