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Liverpool winger in demand

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Liverpool winger Harry Wilson is a man in demand. The Welsh international has returned to Anfield following the conclusion of his loan spell with Bournemouth. However, he does not feature in Jurgen Klopp’s long-term plans and now the Premier League champions are ready to sell him. And the news has seen a number of clubs express an interest, in the ...

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City summer business not finished

Manchester City’ summer transfer business is by no means finished. They have already agreed deals for Valencia winger Ferran Torres and Bournemouth defender Nathan Aké who has signed from the club in a £41 million deal. However. They are hoping to sign at least four more players, and are hoping to have all their acquisitions on board by the time ...

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Spurs may sign Troy Deeney

Tottenham are to be offered a chance to sign Watford captain Troy Deeney. The 32-year old is set to leave the Hertfordshire club after their relegation to the Championship, because he is one of the highest earners at the club, and they want to trim their wage bill. Spurs are in the market for a back-up to Harry Kane, especially ...

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Tottenham lead race for Bournemouth striker

Tottenham Hotspur are leading the race to sign Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson. The England forward played what potentially may have been his last game for the South Coast club on Sunday, their 3 -1 win at Everton not enough to ensure their Premier League survival. And, with Bournemouth now returning to the Championship after five years in the top-flight, many ...

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Mourinho given assurances over summer transfer plans

Jose Mourinho has been given assurances that Tottenham are not planning to sell any of their major stars this summer, despite the financial problems posed by the Covid-19 crisis. However, some fringe players may be sold to raise funds, with record-signing Tanguy Ndombélé possibly on his way out of the club after just a year. The French midfielder was signed ...

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City close to Aké deal

Manchester City are close to agreeing a deal to sign Bournemouth defender Nathan Aké Pep Guardiola has identified strengthening his defence as a priority for the summer after a season which has seen his side lose nine times, with their deficiencies brutally exposed in their shock FA Cup semi-final defeat to Arsenal at the weekend. An Aké is regarded as ...

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Manchester City open talks with Nathan Aké

Manchester City have opened talks with Bournemouth defender Nathan Aké. Pep Guardiola has made strengthening his defence his number one transfer priority in the summer, as he looks to close the gap to Liverpool, recognising that City have failed to adequately replace Vincent Kompany who left at the end of last season. With concerns over what John Stones and Nicolas ...

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Ryan Fraser linked with Spurs

Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser has been linked with a summer move to Tottenham Hotspur. The 26 year old Scot will be out of contract with the South Coast side on June 30th, and is looking to move on, with negotiations over a new deal with Eddie Howe’s men having broken down. Fraser has been connected in the past with a ...

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United used pressure tactics to try and force January move

Manchester United used strong-arm tactics to try and force Bournemouth to sell striker Joshua King to them in January. King played for United at youth level, but left Old Trafford without ever having made a senior appearance for them. He then moved to Blackburn Rovers and then to Bournemouth, where he has since scored 47 goals in 161 appearances. That ...

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Chelsea still have Aké buy-back option

Chelsea can still buy back Nathan Aké from Bournemouth. When the Stamford Bridge outfit sold the Dutch defender to the South Coast side in 2017, they inserted a clause in the agreement which gave them pre-emptive rights to buy him back for a fee of £40 million. It had been widely reported that the option expired in January, but now, ...

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