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Neto move to Arsenal highly unlikely

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Despite speculation linking Portuguese winger Pedro Neto with a move to Arsenal, it is deemed highly unlikely that any move for him will happen before transfer deadline day. The West Midlands club do not want to sell Neto this summer, and are refusing to budge on their £50 million valuation of him, something which Arsenal are unwilling to pay, given ...

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Arsenal want Wolves winger

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Arsenal are hoping to sign Wolves winger Pedro Neto. It comes after reports that they have been talking with his representatives about a move to the Emirates for more than a month. Neto moved to the West Midlands club from Lazio three years ago, and has gone on to make 95 appearances for them in all competitions, scoring 11 times, ...

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Chelsea to compete with Southampton for MLS starlet

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Chelsea are set to compete with Southampton for Chicago Fire goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina. Wolves are also reported to be tracking his situation. Still just a teenager, he has made an impressive start to his professional career. When he made his debut last August as a 17 year old, he became the youngest goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet in the ...

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Neves linked with Arsenal again

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Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves is once again being linked with a summer move to Arsenal. The Portuguese international was one of the names associated with a switch to the Gunners last year, but in the end nothing materialised. He has two years left on his contract at Molineux, but, although they wish to extend his deal, they also recognise he ...

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Chelsea want Wolves midfielder

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Chelsea are looking to bolster their midfield by signing Ruben Neves from Wolves in January. Thomas Tuchel’s side has seen his midfield reduced to its bare bones recently with injuries to N’Golo Kanté, Mateo Kovacić, and Jorginho, whilst Saúl Ñiguez, who was brought in on loan from Atlético Madrid to supplement them has failed to adjust to life in the ...

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Under New Management (Part One)

All across Europe, clubs have been busy changing managers this summer. In some cases, it was because the previous incumbent was fired, or moved on, whilst in other instances there was a vacancy to be filled. Here are some of the change sin the major European leagues. England Crystal Palace: Previous Manager: Roy Hodgson What happened to him: Hodson, the ...

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Zouma expected to leave Chelsea

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Kurt Zouma is expected to leave Chelsea this summer. He has been at Stamford Bridge since 2014, although his time at the club has included loan spells away at Stoke and Everton. However, the French international finds himself down the pecking order under Thomas Tuchel, and is now looking for a fresh start and the opportunity to play regular first-team ...

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Rose close to Watford move

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Former Tottenham defender Danny Rose is close to a move to newly promoted Watford. The left-back made 214 appearances for Spurs altogether since joining them from Leeds in 2007, but after spending the second part of the 2019 – 2020 season on loan with Newcastle, he fell out of favour altogether in North London. He did not play a single ...

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Arsenal linked with Wolves midfielder

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Arsenal are preparing to bd for Wolves midfielder Rùben Neves. Midfield is a key area that needs strengthening for the Gunners next season – both Dani Ceballos and Martin Ødegaard have returned to Real Madrid after their loan spells ended, and Granit Xhaka is wanted by Roma. They had been heavily linked with a move for City’s Emi Benda, but ...

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Chelsea eyeing Wolves winger

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Wolves winger Adama Traoré is the latest man to be linked with a summer move to Chelsea, the newly crowned Champions League champions. The Spanish international has two years left on his contract at Molineux  and has yet to agree to a new deal, with talks between the Midland club and his representatives having dragged on for much of last ...

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