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Everton favourites to sign Danny Welbeck

Everton are the favourites to sign Danny Welbeck on a free transfer this summer. The 28-year old is set to leave Arsenal this summer after the club decided against offering him a new deal, announcing the decision after the final home match of the season against Brighton. After a long lay-off with injury, Welbeck is back in full training with ...

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Clubs lining-up to sign Liverpool full-back

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Liverpool full-back Nathaniel Clyne is likely to be a man in demand this summer. The 28-year old spent the second part of last season on loan at Bournemouth, but is likely to be sold by Liverpool when the transfer window opens, with him having no future at Anfield. According to Sky Sports, a number of Premier League clubs, including Crystal ...

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Koscielny Arsenal future in doubt

The future of Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny is in doubt with the club stalling on offering the 33-year old a new deal. Arsenal have recently announced a new get tough transfer policy, whereby players with less than two years left on their current contract will either sign a new deal or will face being sold. The Frenchman has 12 months ...

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Under-23 coach leaves United

Manchester United’s under-23 coach Ricky Sbragia has left the club by mutual consent, in what is likely to be the first of many comings and goings at Old Trafford this summer. A former manager of Sunderland, Sbragia presided over an indifferent campaign for the under-23 side last season, which saw them win just eight of their twenty-two matches. Like the ...

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Newcastle not prepared to sell midfield prospect to United

Newcastle United have put up a “not for sale” sign on their 21-year old central midfielder Sean Longstaff. The Newcastle-born player, who has been compared to another Geordie, Michael Carrick, only made his Premier League debut for Newcastle on Boxing Day, but, in the 12 games he played before injury cut short his season, he did enough to suggest that ...

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Tottenham bid for Leeds winger

Tottenham have made a £10 million bid to sign Leeds United winger Jack Clarke. The 18 year old is regarded as one of the most exciting prospects in the Championship, but may have to be sold this summer following Leeds’ failure to achieve promotion, as they look to balance their books with the aim of launching a fresh challenge next ...

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Chelsea forced to pay Conte £9 million

Chelsea have been order to pay former manager Antonio Conté £9 million in compensation for unfair dismissal. The Italian was dismissed by Chelsea less than a month before the start of last season, despite delivering the league title in his first season at the club, and then the FA Cup last year. Since then the two sides have been locked ...

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Arsenal lining-up another German goalkeeper

Arsenal are said to be turning to Germany again to solve a goalkeeping problem. Last season they signed Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen, and he has subsequently established himself as number one at The Emirates. Now they are set to return to Germany and the second division to sign Dynamo Dresden Markus Schubert as a replacement for the departing Petr ...

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Chelsea offer new deal to young full-back

Chelsea have offered a new long-term deal to 19-year old full-back Reece James. The teenager enjoyed a stand-out season on loan with Wigan Athletic, and despite the Lancashire side having to battle relegation for much of the campaign, he was named in the Championship team of the year. He even captained Wigan in his last game for the club for ...

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Conté set for Inter Milan job

Former Chelsea manager Antonio Conté is set to take over as boss of Inter Milan, replacing Luciano Spalletti. The 49 year old has not worked since leaving Stamford Bridge acrimoniously last summer, and has been linked with a number of high profile jobs, including both PSG and Bayern Munich. He was also thought to be in the running for the ...

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