Our time in the Transfer Centre is over for today. We will be back on Tuesday after the Bank Holiday weekend. Read this story for all the details on Manchester United's decision to appoint Louis van Gaal.
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Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has vowed to stay and help build for the future after holding talks with Randy Lerner.
David van Zanten has announced he is to leave St Mirren.
This factfile looks back at the rather good career of Ryan Giggs.
More big news from Old Trafford. Ryan Giggs has announced his retirement as a player following his appointment as assistant to new Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal.
Kasper Schmeichel has agreed a new four-year contract with Leicester, Press Association Sport understands.
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West Brom are set to finalise a deal for Craig Gardner, Sky Sports understands.
Away from Old Trafford, Motherwell have confirmed that James McFadden will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of this month.
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Rob Lynn writes: "Man U 4/7 for top 4? Knowing that they now need an entire back four, at least one exceptional central midfielder, probably a winger and will also need to keep Rooney and RVP fit, that seems a tad skinny to me. Saying all that, they'll probably overtake four of the six that finished above them this season. Any mention of centre-halves they're after, Hummels maybe? They will surely not risk Smalling and Jones as a first choice pairing."
In addition to Ryan Giggs, Holland goalkeeping coach Frans Hoek and coach Marcel Bout, a specialist in opposition scouting, will join the Manchester United backroom staff. As yet there has been no announcement from United concerning the future of Moyes' former assistants Phil Neville and Chris Woods.
Sky Bet make Manchester United 11/8 to land a major trophy next season following the appointment of Louis van Gaal. The online bookmaker are also expecting the Dutchman to be given more time than his predecessor, going 3/1 that he will not be in charge at the end of next season. United are currently fourth in the betting at 11/2 to win the 2014/15 Premier League and 4/7 to be back in the Champions League with a top-four finish, while they are favourites to sign Luke Shaw, Toni Kroos and Seamus Coleman this summer in Sky Bet's Transfer Specials.
Ryan Giggs is happy to be working with Louis van Gaal: "I am thrilled to have the chance to serve as assistant manager. Louis van Gaal is a world-class coach and I know I will learn a lot about coaching from being able to observe and contribute at such close quarters. Manchester United has been a huge part of my life and I'm delighted to be able to continue that relationship in such a key role."
New Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says: "It was always a wish for me to work in the Premier League. To work as a manager for Manchester United, the biggest club in the world, makes me very proud. I have managed in games at Old Trafford before and know what an incredible arena Old Trafford is and how passionate and knowledgeable the fans are. This club has big ambitions. I too have big ambitions. Together I'm sure we will make history."
Manchester United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward says: "In Louis van Gaal, we have secured the services of one of the outstanding managers in the game today. He has achieved many things in his career to date and Old Trafford provides him with a fitting stage on which to write new chapters in the Manchester United story."
Manchester United have also confirmed Ryan Giggs will be new manager Louis van Gaal's assistant.
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Some very, very big news is in. Louis van Gaal will become the new Manchester United manager after the World Cup.
Chelsea fan Chris Scott writes: "I'd like to say congrats to Atletico Madrid for winning La Liga. Incredible performance really, to unseat the other two with their costly squads over 38 rounds. Can/will this ever happen in the EPL? A Southampton or Newcastle type being able to top the league? Maybe if the Saints don't sell off their best players and bring in a couple more for a bit of depth? Anyway, as for Atletico, they cleaned us up in the semi so I hope they now take real to the cleaners next Saturday."
The South Wales Evening Post report: "Arsenal and Liverpool have joined Everton in the race to wrest Wilfried Bony away from Swansea City."
The Sentinel say: "Stoke boss Mark Hughes is reportedly throwing his hat into the ring for Arsenal's young striker Joel Campbell."
A line from the local papers as the Express & Star report: "Paul Lambert is staying as Villa boss after talks with owner Randy Lerner."
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Gary Warren has signed a new three-year deal with Inverness.
Our Weekend Review is here. Arsenal FA Cup win as well as the upcoming Champions League and Sky Bet Championship play-off finals are discussed.
Bournemouth defender Stephen Purches has announced his retirement at the age of 34.