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Former Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard, 35, claims Tottenham Hotspur, Real Sociedad, Besiktas, Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain wanted to sign him before he decided to join MLS outfit Los Angeles Galaxy.
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The Daily Mail are serialising Gerrard's autobiography and the midfielder says he snubbed plenty of offers around Europe before moving to the USA.
Gerrard said: "The first offer came from Besiktas, then managed by Slaven Bilic. Monaco were next. They came in strong. Paris Saint-Germain were also very keen. David Moyes called my agent a couple of times, to see whether I would be interested in playing for him at Real Sociedad."
"A few English clubs called but I wouldn't play against Liverpool. There was interest from Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino. It was good to know he still rated me.
"I was sure I could play in the Premier League for another year but there would not have been much of a buzz doing the same thing all over again with Tottenham.
"I was slightly interested in PSG and Monaco but how could I come back to Anfield if there was a European game?"
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini insists Kevin De Bruyne will soon be classed as a "£54million ($83.3m) bargain".
West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis has warned wantaway striker Saido Berahino to "get used to the idea" that he'll never move to Tottenham.
Spurs had three bids rejected for the England Under-21 striker over the summer, with the striker getting himself suspended by the club after declaring on social media he'd never play for Albion chairman Jeremy Peace again following his refusal to accept Tottenham's offer.
There is talk that Spurs could try to resurrect the deal in January, but Pulis added: "I don't think Tottenham will ever come back - so that's not an option."
Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal have the firepower to win major honours this season, despite their failure to land a striker over the summer.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez has given Chelsea hope of signing John Stones next summer.
Chelsea won't look to bring in a new goalkeeper on a free transfer despite losing Thibout Courtois for up to three months after he suffered a knee injury in training.
Defender Liam Moore is determined to show Leicester what they are missing as he looks to impress during his loan spell at Championship side Bristol City.
Spurs forward Emmanuel Adebayor, 31, has exiled himself to train with the under-21 side rather than training with the first team.
Southampton midfielder Gaston Ramirez, 24, is negotiating to try to cancel his £65,000-a-week ($100,000) contract having been told by manager Ronald Koeman he does not have a future at St Mary's.
Tottenham Hotspur are open to entering a Wembley ground share agreement with Chelsea to avoid the London clubs trying to outbid each other.
Crystal Palace defender Scott Dann, 28, has set his sights on an England call-up in the build up to Euro 2016.