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Arsenal defender makes Championship loan move

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Arsenal defender Auston Trusty has finalised a loan move to Birmingham City. Many Gunners fans might not even know that he is an Arsenal player, the American having sealed his move to North London from the Colorado Rapids back in January. That is because he remained on loan with the MLS side and has not yet been seen in an ...

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Manchester United boosted by Bellingham news

Manchester United’s hopes of signing Birmingham City teenager Jude Bellingham has been given a boost. The 16 year old was thought to be close to agreeing a move to Borussia Dortmund, following in the footsteps of Jadon Sancho, with the German side ready to offer him the chance of regular first-team football, something he would have to wait for with ...

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Liverpool enter race for Birmingham teenager

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Liverpool are the latest club to express an interest in signing Birmingham City teenager Jude Bellingham. Manchester United tried to buy the 16 year old in January, but were put off by the price, with the Championship club unwilling to accept less than £25 million for the midfielder. Bellingham made his debut last August at the age of 16 years ...

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Nketiah staying at Arsenal

Eddie Nketiah is staying at Arsenal for the rest of the season. The 20 year old striker spent the first part of the season on loan in the Championship with Leeds United, but, despite scoring five goals for them, he was recalled by the Gunners at the start of the month over a lack of playing time. He was widely ...

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Arteta meets with Nketiah to discuss next move

Mikel Arteta has met with Eddie Nketiah to discuss his next move. The 20-year old striker spent the first half of the season on loan with Leeds United, but, despite scoring 5 goals in 19 appearances with the Yorkshire club, the Gunners decided to recall him over his lack of game time, with the forward only starting two games for ...

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Nketiah set for loan recall

Arsenal are set to cut short Eddie Nketiah’s loan spell with Leeds United. The 20-year old striker joined Leeds on a season-long loan in August, and has scored 5 goals for the Championship club despite only starting for them twice, with the rest of his appearances coming off the bench. He has missed the past month with an abdominal injury, ...

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Drinkwater set for Chelsea return

Danny Drinkwater’s loan spell with Burnley is likely to be terminated in January, with the player set for a return to Chelsea. The Lancashire club have the option to extend his stay with them, but, given that would require them to meet his full weekly wage of £120,000 that is a highly unlikely outcome for a player who has barely ...

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United keeping tabs on Burnley winger

Manchester United are the latest club to express an interest in Burnley winger Dwight McNeil. The 19 year old has been linked with a move to a number of other Premier League clubs ahead of January’s transfer window, with Wolves prominent amongst the sides interested in signing the player who is rated at £35 million. However, United are now monitoring ...

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Arsenal may recall Nketiah from Leeds loan

Arsenal are considering recalling Eddie Nketiah from his loan spell with Leeds United. The England under-21 international is spending the season with the Championship promotion hopefuls, but the Gunners are now giving serious consideration to exercise their option to recall him in January, because of his lack of game time at Elland Road. The highly rated Nketiah has scored four ...

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Southampton linked with Birmingham striker

Southampton want to sign Birmingham City striker Che Adams in the summer. However, they are likely to face competition with Everton, Burnley, and Premier-League bound Norwich City also said to be interested in the forward. The 22-year old joined Birmingham from Sheffield United in August 2016 for a fee of around £2 million, and has since established himself as one ...

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