Rafinha set to stay at Barcelona despite Real Betis interest

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Barcelona believe Rafinha is more likely to stay this season than leave, according to Mundo Deportivo.

The Brazilian joined Inter Milan on loan in January after struggling to cement his place in the Barca team since making his debut in 2011.

The short-term deal to Inter included a purchase option of around £30m, however, the I Nerazzurri were against paying the proposed fee.

Real Betis are reportedly interested in taking the 25-year-old on loan, but he is expected to stay and battle for a first team place at Camp Nou this season.

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Sevilla interested in signing Man United attacker Anthony Martial

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Sevilla are hoping to land Anthony Martial from Manchester United before the European transfer window closes on August 31, according to Marca.

The French winger has been frustrated at a lack of game time at Old Trafford, having failed to secure a regular spot in Jose Mourinho’s starting XI.

The 22-year-old, who joined United from Monaco for £36million (Dhs 169.5 million) in 2015, scored 11 goals across 43 appearances in all competitions for the Premier League giants last season.

The La Liga club are looking for a big-name signing this summer, with PSG’s Julian Draxler also reportedly on their radar .

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Benjamin Pavard's move to Bayern Munich delayed for a year

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Benjamin Pavard will stay at Stuttgart this season after holding off advances from Bayern Munich, Kicker claims.

The France international has a release clause of €35 million (Dhs 148.6 million) which will become valid in 2019, an amount considered well below his market value.

Although Stuttgart want Pavard to stay beyond this season, they are realistic of their hopes of keeping the player and an exit is likely to take place in 2019.

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