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Aston Villa could pull of a surprise move for Monaco striker Dimitar Berbatov on deadline day.
The Bulgarian has plenty of experience in the Premier League have played for Spurs and Manchester United.
Berbatov is already in Birmingham, but will need to complete a medical in order to get his move back to England.
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Manchester City have sold Portuguese forward Rony Lopes to Monaco, the Premier League club have announced.
The youngster spent last season on loan at Lille, so is used to Ligue 1.
Bernardo Silva has extended his contract with Monaco until 2020.
The Portugal left winger, who scored in ASM's season-opening 2-1 win over Nice on Saturday, has been with the club since the start of last season when he signed an initial loan deal from Benfica.
That was made into a permanent deal midway through the season and just eight months later, and on his 21st birthday, he has signed a one-year extension to his stay in the principality.
"I am very happy to extend my contract with Monaco," he told the club's official website.
"It is the club that has allowed me to show my worth and discover the Champions League.
"It's a very special day for me. I will give my all this season to help the team be as competitive as possible and achieve their goals."
Lucas Ocampos has left Monaco to join Marseille on loan for the rest of the season, with a view to making the deal permanent in the summer.
The 20-year-old, who has made 80 league appearances for Monaco and scored 10 goals since moving from River Plate in 2012.
Church bells rang, cannon shots were fired and the ships in the harbor sounded a welcome to celebrate the birth of twins for Monaco's royal couple. Princess Charlene gave birth on Wednesday to a boy and a girl, the royal couple's first children.
According to Monaco's Constitution, the boy, named Jacques, will be first-in-line to the throne, and not his twin sister, Gabriella.
"The Princess and the children are doing well," a royal announcement said.
The royal twins Gabriella Therese Marie and Jacques Honore Rainier - born to Charlene, 36, and Prince Albert II, 56 - are heirs to the centuries-old Grimaldi dynasty that rules the wealthy principality.
Prince Albert is the son of the late Prince Rainier III and actress Grace Kelly, who set aside a career in Hollywood to become Princess Grace. She died after a car crash in 1982.
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Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco have announced they are expecting their first child, who will be heir to the throne of the tiny principality.
The couple, who wed in 2011, released a short statement describing their "immense joy".
Albert, 55, has fathered two children prior to marrying the South African former Olympic swimmer Charlene, but neither has a claim on the throne because they were born out of wedlock.
The couple's baby will replace Albert's older sister, Princess Caroline, as heir to the throne.