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Eriksen may end up staying with Spurs

Christian Eriksen may have to settle for remaining at Tottenham next season, as the available alternatives appear to be dwindling. The 27-year old Danish playmaker sparked speculation about his future after the Champions League Final defeat to Liverpool by admitting that he was open to “try something new” , but he has since been frustrated in his attempts to realise ...

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Liverpool downplay Mané links to Real

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Liverpool have sought to dampen down speculation linking Sadio Mané with a move to Real Madrid, insisting that they have had no contact with the Spanish giants about the 27 year old. Mané had an outstanding season for Liverpool last season, not only helping them to Champions League success, but also claiming a share of the Golden Boot award for ...

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Arsenal make improve Tierney bid

Arsenal have made an improved bid for Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney, believed to be in the region of £25 million. The Gunners first bid of £15 million for Tierney was rejected by Celtic, but now they have come back with a second offer which matches the Scottish champions own valuation of the player, who is also wanted by Serie A ...

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United lose rising star

Manchester United have lost one of their rising stars. 16-year old Mipo Odubeko was regarded as one of the club’s hottest young prospects after scoring 35 goals for their academy last season, However, the 16 year old, who has represented the Republic of Ireland at Under-17 level, has chosen to walk away from the club, after his contract expired at ...

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Spurs set to bid for Leeds midfielder

Tottenham are set to launch a bid for Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips. Spurs have already raided the South Yorkshire side for one of their brightest young players, signing teenage striker Jack Clarke in a £9 million deal before lending him back to the Championship side for the forthcoming season. The 23-year old holding midfielder, who is a boyhood Leeds ...

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Arsenal Club legend slams Koscielny

Arsenal club legend Ian Wright has slammed Laurent Koscielny for his decision not to go on tour with the Gunners. The 33-year old club captain refused to travel with the rest of the squad to the United States for their pre-season tour of the United States, as he tries to force his way out of the club. And Wright was ...

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Bournemouth not prepared to sell Arsenal target

Bournemouth are prepared to let Scottish winger Ryan Fraser run down his contract with the club and risk losing him for free next summer, rather than cash in by selling him now. The 25-year old, who is valued at £25 million, has long been linked with a summer move to Arsenal. However, he is regarded as such an integral player ...

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Koscielny could buy out his contract

Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny could buy out the remainder of his contract to secure his exit from North London. Koscielny infuriated Arsenal bosses and fans on Thursday when he refused to go on the club’s pre-season tour to the United States, in an apparent bid to force a move out of the club. The 33-yer old defender still has a ...

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United prepared to walk away from Longstaff deal

Manchester United are prepared to walk away from the proposed deal to sign Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff. That is after they were quoted a price of £50 million to sign a player that has completed only none games of Premier League football. The 21-year old who broke through into the Newcastle first-team last season and made an immediate impact before ...

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West Ham trying to sign former Chelsea loan flop

West Ham are interested in trying to sign Gonzalo Higuain on loan for the season. The 31-year old Argentine spent the last four months of last season on loan at Stamford Bridge, but failed to impress, scoring just 5 times in 18 appearances for the Blues. As a result, Chelsea, who had the chance to sign him on a permanent ...

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