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One Football Android app delivers transfer Feed

With the Premier League summer transfers due to end next month before the start of the new season, it will be interesting to see how the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Man United get on, seeing as though they are in talks in a final push to acquire the skills of, or have already acquired players such as Edin Dzeko, Divock Origi, Didier Drogba, Douglas Costa to name a few. It can often be very hard to keep up with the latest transfer news, and so you could try the Onefootball – Pure Soccer app, which was recently updated ahead of the new season.

We know that you can download club apps based on the team that you like, or even Sky Sports, but Onefootball is one of the most comprehensive football apps there is, as it keeps you fully up-to-date with all the latest news, with the live transfer update being one of the most hottest topics of conversations so far.

Before we look at some of the extensive features of this app, we wanted to go over the new ones from the recent update. The overall performance has been improved, and many of the bugs have now been resolved. Ok, so we can see there is a lack of new features, but you cannot moan about a football app being made faster and more stable ahead of a new season.

Once you install this Android app you will be able to enjoy the team page section allowing you to follow your football team, player profiles including stats, latest transfer feed, which we discussed above, live scores, latest news to do with players, and teams as a whole, and so much more, all of which can be found on the Google Play Store.

Going back to the game itself, which Premier League transfer rumors do you think are most likely now that the deadline is fast approaching?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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