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World Cup 2014's top five transfer targets for the Premier League (1)

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World Cup 2014 has been an absolute joy so far and this has been proven by the fact that more goals have been scored so far in the Group Stages than at the same point in any other World Cup.

Brazil is the spiritual home of football and the swathes of delirious fans at every game and in the fan parks or on Brazilian beaches are making it loads of fun and full of celebration.

Numerous exciting clashes

That's only the fans, the football has been just as impressive and we have witnessed a few top quality performances from some of the teams involved - some expected and a few more surprising than anything else.

Premier League clubs will be watching on with interest and you can bet there are a few names they have been keeping an eye on thanks to interest in possible purchases once the tournament is finished.

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GMS have been watching every single game with an eagle eye on those players we feel are performing at a level just that bit greater than their colleagues and counterparts, and a few of them are reported to be on the lists.

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