English Premier League

Edinson Cavani of Paris Saint-Germain has reportedly rejected a lucrative offer to join Manchester United. United’s need for a new forward has become desperate with Marcus Rashford out for a month or two. There is no more Romelu Lukaku to fall back on, as well as Alexis Sanchez. The only option at supervisor Ole Gunnar
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Everton have been among those clubs which have done plenty of business in the many of the previous transfer windows. They always appear to spend handsomely on registering new players, but they’re still a side that’s trying hard to fix those improvements to the group. Now, with the other new manager at the club, they
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According to a recent report from Marca, Arsenal are now leading the race to try to signal Atletico Madrid winger Thomas Lemar. Lemar has been attracting the interest of several top clubs around Europe such as Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers. At the moment, however, the Gunners are those that are locked in and concentrated
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Inter have announced the signing of Victor Moses from Chelsea on financing deal with the possibility to buy. The 29-year-old proceeds to Serie A for the remainder of the campaign after spending the first half of the year with Fenerbahce in the Turkish Super Lig. Inter didn’t confirm the specifics of the purchase option, but
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According to a recent report by AS, Arsenal midfielder Dani Ceballos has informed the club he wants to cut his loan spell in the Emirates short in favour of a return to parent team Real Madrid. Ceballos started off brilliantly throughout his period in North London, but as the months and weeks have gone ,
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Ale Moreno and Shaka Hislop are confused by Neymar’s reported willingness to stay at PSG after early turmoil. Julien Laurens thinks Thomas Tuchel’s attempt to show authority with Kylian Mbappe may have backfired. Arsenal have spoken with Paris Saint-Germain’s Layvin Kurzawa but are not the only European club interested in the left-back, sources have told
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Sometimes, it takes something bold to effect change. UEFA’s annual benchmarking report, released this week, underscores what we already know. There’s good news (financial stability) and not-so-good news: extreme polarization. And it’s the latter that could use a fix. Over the past decade, debt has fallen, revenue has increased tremendously and the game of soccer,
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