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Herrera set to leave Manchester United

Midfielder Ander Herrera looks set to leave Manchester United in the summer after signing a pre-contract agreement with PSG. United want to keep Herrera, who, after several years of being a bit part player at Old Trafford, has seen his career revive since the arrival of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager. And, to demonstrate their commitment to him, they are ...

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Lloris place not under threat at Spurs

Spurs have no intention of bringing in a new high profile goalkeeper in the summer. That is despite current incumbent Hugo Lloris making a number of high profile mistakes this season, which have cost his side dearly on several occasions. His latest slip-up came at the weekend, as he helped gift Liverpool a win, failing to deal with Mo Salah’s ...

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Candidates emerge for QPR job

McClaren’s assistant, John Eustace, has been placed in temporary charge of the side, but the club are looking to appoint a permanent successor soon as that they have time to prepare for the summer, with chairman Tony Fernandes wanting to trim their wage bill, already one of the lowest in the division, even further. Names are already being touted as ...

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Boss to stay despite Huddersfield relegation

Jan Siewert will remain as boss of Huddersfield Town, despite the team’s relegation to the Championship. Saturday’s defeat at Crystal Palace, combined with victories for Burnley and Southampton, confirmed that the team would be playing in the Championship again, after two seasons in the elite league. There were suggestions that Siewert, who was only appointed as manager in January following ...

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Sarriball set to come to an end at Chelsea?

The supporters of most teams would be happy if their team won away from home to continue their fight for a Champions League spot, especially if they came from behind to do so. But Chelsea are not most teams, and Maurizio Sarri is no ordinary manager. Already deeply unpopular with the fans at Stamford Bridge, Sarri infuriated the travelling support ...

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Spanish giants set to join race for Chilwell

Leicester City full-back Ben Chilwell finds himself a man in demand. The 22-year old left back has already been linked with a summer move to Manchester City, but now comes news that both Atlético Madrid and Barcelona are monitoring his situation as well. Both sides were impressed with his performance in England’s 3 – 2 away win to Spain in ...

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Wan-Bissaka top of United shopping list

Now that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been permanently confirmed as Manchester United boss, the focus of the club is starting increasingly to turn to their summer transfer plans, as the club begins to plan for the future. Solskjaer’s appointment signals a change in emphasis in United’s transfer policy, with a switch away from signing high-priced big name players in favour ...

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Welbeck could be in line for new Arsenal contract

Danny Welbeck could in in line for a new Arsenal contract – despite not having played for the club since last year. The 28-year old broke his ankle playing in the Europa League at home to Sporting Lisbon in November, and, with the forward out of contact in June, many supporters feared that would be the last time he wore ...

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