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European Super League| How Europe’s top clubs have outgrown the traditional European leagues

The murmurs have steadily grown to whispers.  These whispers have lead to clandestine meetings in secretive venues across Europe.  Representatives from the biggest football clubs on the continent have increasingly met and discussed a new project which would likely see the biggest shake up of football in modern times.  They have been discussing the now very real prospect of forming ...

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Bournemouth sign highly-rated David Brooks

  Bournemouth have completed the signing of highly-rated midfielder David Brooks from Sheffield United, who becomes Eddie Howe’s first summer signing. The Welsh international has joined the South Coast side on a 4-year deal for an undisclosed fee, reports Sky Sports News. Brooks began his career at Manchester City, joining their academy aged seven and spent nine years there before ...

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Liverpool set to resurrect Nabil Fekir deal

firmino better than salah

Liverpool are set to resurrect their deal for Lyon playmaker Nabil Fekir which broke down last month when it seemed to be on the verge of completion. A £53 million fee for the French international had been agreed with Fekir’s club Lyon, and all seemed to be in place for him to become Jurgen Klopp’s latest signing, when the deal ...

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Burnley linked with move for free agent James Collins

Burnley have been lined with a move for veteran defender James Collins who is free agent after being released by West Ham. The 34-year old Welsh international is regarded, according to The Sun on Sunday, as a short-term fix and is likely to be offered a one year deal, with Burnley yet to tie down Ben Mee to a new ...

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