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Romelu Lukaku

Manchester United agree fee for Everton’s Lukaku

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London (AFP) – Belgian international striker Romelu Lukaku is joining Manchester United for a reported £75million ($97m, 85.5m euros), a record fee between British clubs, after a deal waa agreed with Everton on Saturday.

The 24-year-old’s signing - which the BBC says includes £15m in add-ons - represents a coup for United and their manager Jose Mourinho whose former club Chelsea had earmarked him as their top striking target for the close season.

Manchester United agree fee for Everton’s Lukaku

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London (AFP) – Belgian international striker Romelu Lukaku is joining Manchester United for a reported £75million ($97m, 85.5m euros), a record fee between British clubs, after a deal waa agreed with Everton on Saturday.

The 24-year-old’s signing - which the BBC says includes £15m in add-ons - represents a coup for United and their manager Jose Mourinho whose former club Chelsea had earmarked him as their top striking target for the close season.

Manchester United agree fee for Lukaku

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London (AFP) – Belgian international striker Romelu Lukaku is set to join Manchester United for a reported £75million ($97m, 85.5m euros), a record fee between British clubs, after the buying club announced Saturday they had reached agreement with Everton.

The 24-year-old’s signing represents a coup for United and their manager Jose Mourinho as the latter’s former club champions Chelsea had earmarked him as their top striking target for the close season.

Atletico Madrid

Jackson Martinez joins Evergrande in record $46 million Chinese deal

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Asian champions Guangzhou Evergrande smashed China's transfer fee record Wednesday when they announced a deal to secure Atletico Madrid's unsettled Colombian striker Jackson Martinez for 42 million euros ($46 million).

Martinez, 29, is the latest Europe-based player to move to the cashed-up Chinese Super League and was described as a "goal poacher" and "fox in the box" in a Chinese-language statement on the club's website.

Jackson Martinez joins Evergrande in record $46 million Chinese deal

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Asian champions Guangzhou Evergrande smashed China's transfer fee record Wednesday when they announced a deal to secure Atletico Madrid's unsettled Colombian striker Jackson Martinez for 42 million euros ($46 million).

Martinez, 29, is the latest Europe-based player to move to the cashed-up Chinese Super League and was described as a "goal poacher" and "fox in the box" in a Chinese-language statement on the club's website.