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With no international tournament this year and two long months before the resumption of the Premier League, English football supporters are indulging in their summer sport of choice – speculation on the transfer market.There is much to mull over with England's 20 top-flight clubs heading towards breaking their own spending record of 1.17 billion pounds ($1.5 billion) in last year's window when a cool 155 million pounds changed hands on a frantic final day.In manager Jose Mourinho's first summer at the club, United invested 145 million pounds in new talent, including a world-record 89 million on France midfielder Paul Pogba.Promoted Newcastle United appear ready to pay 15 million pounds for full-back Kieran Gibbs, who is struggling to hold down a place in the Arsenal defense.
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