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Manchester United have kept the no.7 shirt for La Liga superstar and other transfer news and rumours of the day - 11th September, 2017

Sumedh Pande
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Jose Mourinho is planning something big next summer

Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's latest transfer news and rumours roundup. Today's stories feature the latest update on some of the major happenings in world football which may change the complexion of a few clubs. So let's head right in and take a look at the major happenings across Europe that made headlines on September 11, 2017: 

Premier League 

Manchester United keep their no.7 shirt free for Antoine Griezmann

Daily Star has claimed that Jose Mourinho and Ed Woodward are planning to send shockwaves throughout the footballing world next summer with their transfer dealings. It is reported that Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann is high on United's wish list with the club hierarchy keeping aside £100 million for the club's next number seven.

Griezmann was keen on joining the Red Devils this summer but Atletico's transfer embargo foiled his plans. The Frenchman is said to be a huge fan of the Premier League and has a release clause of €100 million from January which makes this story completely plausible. 

Crystal Palace to appoint Roy Hodgson today 

After Frank de Boer was unceremoniously sacked earlier in the day, Crystal Palace are set to appoint Roy Hodgson in his place. The former England manager is eager to take the mantle at Selhurst Park and cannot wait to begin his work, the BBC understands. The Eagles have received flak from all corners after the dismissal of de Boer after just four games in charge. Crystal Palace are languishing at the bottom of the pile after four losses on a trot with no goals scored, the worst start for any club in 93 years.

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Sumedh Pande
An avid Premier League watcher with specialization in transfer news and post match analysis. Follow European and Indian football with minute attention with one eye on the world of cricket.
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