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Departures Lounge: Karl Pilkington on Man City’s latest targets

There’s also news on a Brazilian midfielder to Arsenal and where Ireland’s Conor Clifford could end up next.

Arsenal target Bernard. Credit: Eduardo Di Baia/AP/Press Association Images

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Bernard to Arsenal: According to L’Equipe, the Gunners will sign Brazilian prodigy Bernard from Atletico Mineiro after a medical this Friday.

Hull in for Sagbo: Steve Bruce has targeted the Evian forward with a bid of around £1.6m rumoured.

Cole joining Palace: West Ham released the 29-year-old in the summer but will earn a one-year deal with the promoted Eagles.

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Soldado’s future uncertain: The Valencia president has urged clubs interested in making a move for Roberto Soldado to do so in the first week of August. Both Spurs and Liverpool are believed to be targeting the Spanish striker.

United make second bid for Fabregas: David Moyes has confirmed that the club has upped their bid for the Barcelona man.

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City want to splash more cash: Having already spent over £100m on Stevan Jovetic, Jesus Navas, Alvaro Negredo and Fernandinho, Man City are hoping to add Real Madrid defender Pepe and Benfica winger Eduardo Salvio to their ranks.

Everton facing competition for Siqueira: Granada’s full-back Guilherme Siqueira could be brought in by Real Madrid as a replacement for Fabio Coentrao, who looks set to leave. The Toffees have been chasing the 27-year-old with Leighton Baines’ future still uncertain.

Irish Deal of the Day

Dublin midfielder Conor Clifford, released by Leicester at the end of the season after a short spell, has travelled to Spain with Southend for a trial period.

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