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Liverpool pair set to sign new deals

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Liverpool have been boosted by the news that the two men responsible more than any others for their recent success are ready to sign new deals with the club. Goalkeeper Alisson Becker arrived from Roma for £67 million in the summer of 2018, and has established himself as the best shot stopper in the league. Currently sidelined by a hip ...

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Chelsea favourites to sign Coutinho

Chelsea are the favourites to sign former Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho in the summer. The 27 year old Brazilian moved to Barcelona from Anfield for £142 million in January 2018, but he has failed to make the expected impact at the Nou Camp, and was sent on a year-long loan to Bayern Munich at the start of this season. Although ...

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Arsenal in talks over Swedish striker

Arsenal have held talks with Swedish club Hammarby over a possible move for their 16 year old striker Emil Roback. Bayern Munich have also expressed an interest in the teenager who is tipped for big things in his native country. Confirming the talks, Hammerby chief Jasper Jansson said “He has also been to Arsenal, I understand the interest.” The Swedish ...

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William vows to complete season with Chelsea

Brazilian winger Willian has promised that he will keep playing for Chelsea even if the season is extended beyond the end of his contract with the club. The 31 year old’s current deal at Stamford Bridge ends on 30th June, and he has turned down the offer of a new contract because they are not willing to guarantee him enough ...

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Young set to earn new Inter deal

Former Manchester United skipper Ashley Young only arrived in Italy in January, but he has already done enough with his new club Inter Milan to earn a new deal. The 34 year old was initially signed on a six month deal, with an option for a further 12 months, and now Inter look to be on the verge of exercising ...

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Premier League clubs hatch plan to complete season

The 20 Premier League clubs have hatched a radical plan to complete the season amidst the ongoing coronavirus epidemic. The plan, to be discussed at a meeting to be held on Thursday, would involve all 92 matches still to be contested this season played behind closed doors, with all of them shown live in TV to ensure that the lucrative ...

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Arsenal slap £50 million price tag on Aubameyang

Arsenal have slapped a £50 million price tag on their captain Pierre-Emerick Aubaemyang, amidst interest from both Barcelona and PSG. The 30 year-old Gabonese striker has been offered a new deal at the Emirates but, with Champions League qualification for the Gunners next season only a distant possibility, he has turned down the terms on offer. Now the Gunners are ...

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Premier League TV Contract at Risk

If the Premier League is not completed by July 31st, then it risks breaching its £3 billion television contract. This could have serious financial implications not only for the league itself, but for all the clubs in the division. That is because, under the deal that the Premier League signed with Sky Sports, BT, and the overseas broadcasters, they are ...

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Head Medic Stays at Arsenal

Arsenal’s head of medical services Gary O’Driscoll has turned down a move to Liverpool, and decided to stay in North London. The 49 year old, who has been at the Gunners since 2009, was on the verge of a switch to Anfield, to replace Andrew Massey, who is joining FIFA. So advanced was the move that O’Driscoll was serving out ...

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North London clubs considering Lovren

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Both Arsenal and Tottenham are considering a move for Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren in the summer. The Croatian international is under contract at the Merseyside club until 2021, but he is among of clutch of players – including Divac Origin, Sheridan Shakira and Nab Keita – that Jurgen Klopp is prepared to jettison in the summer, looking to realise something ...

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