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A comprehensive list of all the completed deals involving British clubs on Tuesday's Deadline Day.
Manchester United say it is Real Madrid's fault, not theirs, that David de Gea's return to Spain collapsed on Monday.
Saido Berahino says he “will never play for Jeremy Peace” again after the West Brom chief blocked his move to Tottenham.
Manchester United have completed the signing of Anthony Martial from Monaco on an initial four-year deal.
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