Sunderland have officially completed the signing of full-back Javier Manquillo on a season-long loan from Atletico Madrid. Manquillo becomes the third youngster to arrive at the Stadium of Light following the acquisition of Donald Love and Paddy McNair [both from Manchester United], perhaps a show that the youth- much like in his teams at Everton 

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Despite bringing in Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez shortly after sending Calum Chambers and Joel Campbell on loan, Arsenal may not have made their final transfer of the summer. According to Paraguayan reports, Miguel Almiron, who won the Paraguayan Primera División with Cerro Porteño in 2013, is reported to be on the cusp of a 

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West Bromwich Albion have officially confirmed the signing of midfielder Nacer Chadli from Premier League opponents Tottenham. Although both clubs have remained mum on the transfer fee, the latest reports from the Hawthorns suggest that the 27-year old was sold for £13 million on a four-year deal. The Baggies have maintained a relatively silent summer- 

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Sky Sports reported on Monday about Calum Chambers’ potential loan move to Middlesbrough, a day after Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka admitted to scouring the transfer market for “the right player or players”. The former Southampton starlet, thus, will become the fourth first-team player, after Wojciech Szczesny, Joel Campbell and Takuma Asano, to be loaned out 

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Chilean goalkeeper Claudio Bravo has officially signed for Manchester City from Spanish side Barcelona for a reported £15.4 million- with the possibility of an extra £1.7 million in add-ons. Bravo becomes the seventh signing of the Pep Guardiola era following the arrivals of Ilkay Gindogan [Dortmund], Aaron Mooy [Melbourne City], Nolito [Celta Vigo], Leroy Sane 

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Arsenal finally registered their first Premier League win with a morale-boosting 3-1 victory over struggling Watford on Saturday evening. After collecting just a single point from the first two outings, this victory should serve to get their season going as Arsene Wenger eyes at finishing one spot better than last season. Here are the five 

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The news of UEFA dismissing the Sakho’s doping case back in July came as a relief to every Liverpool fan around the world.   Return ticket from the club’s pre-season tour Everyone had expected Frenchman to play an important part in the pre-season matches in the ICC with Liverpool drawn against European heavyweights like Barcelona, 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. When Bastian Schweinsteiger scored an injury time winner against Watford at Vicarage Road in November 2015, the overwhelming emotion for United fans was – ‘How good does this feel’ – late winners turning 1 point into 3, a draw into a win, and sending supporters into euphoria that had 

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West Ham United have officially confirmed the signing of Italy striker Simone Zaza from Serie A giant Juventus. The 25-year old has joined the London based club on a season-long loan for a reported £5 million, with the possibility of a permanent transfer for a further £20 million should he register a given number of 

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Watford have in the course of the week officially completed the signing of fullback Daryl Janmaat from Newcastle United. Although the transfer fee remains undisclosed, it is at a speculative £7.5 million that will see him ply his trade for the Hornets until 2020. The Dutch international looked odds on to part ways with the 

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Southampton have officially completed the signing of striker Sofiane Boufal from French side Lille, the club announced on Thursday. The transfer has cost the Saints a whopping £21 million, surpassing the £15 million paid for Dani Osvaldo in the summer of 2013 to become the most expensive signing to ever grace St. Mary’s. Of the 

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Liverpool have gotten off to a mixed-bag start so far this campaign. A 4-3 against Arsenal is a great result, especially considering they were playing away from home. But if the win against the Gunners was good, then the loss against Burnley was terrible. It is clear Liverpool’s problems are in defense, however, despite scoring 

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Arsenal shared the spoils with defending Premier League champions Leicester City last weekend. Although the result is far from being labeled as stellar, Arsenal fans should be secretly rejoicing over having not suffered back-to-back defeats to fellow title contenders. They now travel to Watford for their first London derby of the 2016/17 season, and here 

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Much like they did with Jamie Vardy, Kasper Schmeichel and Riyad Mahrez, Leicester City have offered a new long-term contract to another of last season’s title winner. Danny Drinkwater has committed his future to the Foxes by signing a new 5-year contract extension with the Premier League champions, amid rumors of a move to White 

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Adam’s latest “The Championship Corner” column. Only 45 minutes before kick off in Blackburn’s EFL Cup second round game with Crewe on Tuesday night and the scene was dispiriting. Ticket prices were reduced to £12 with children priced at only £2, yet interest was scarce and the walkway around the stadium resembled a ghost town. 

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When Liverpool’s interest in Sadio Mané became publicly known, there was a lot of debate about how the player would fare at the club. Many thought his £30 million price tag, including those at CrownBet promotions, which (according to several media outlets) could eventually rise to being a Liverpool club record, was way above what 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. Score- 2-0 (Ibrahimovic x2) After a strong showing on the south coast against Bournemouth, Manchester United returned back to the Theatre of Dreams for their first home game of the season against Southampton. Three of the four summer signings were named in the lineup, including a certain player who 

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After wrapping up the transfer of Granit Xhaka in late May, Arsenal zeroed in on Jamie Vardy and Henrikh Mkhitaryan. However, Manchester United’s spending capacity and the Vardy’s commitment to Leicester City coupled with injuries to Per Mertesacker and Gabriel Paulista ensured signing a defender became Arsenal’s priority this summer. Despite the Gunners scouting truckloads 

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From the outrageous to the bloody unthinkable, the transfer market went mad this summer. But away from the limelight, there were meaningful and shrewd signings that didn’t receive as much credit. Here are the top 5 bargains of the summer.   Loris Karius – Liverpool Age- 23 Position – Goalkeeper Transfer Fee – £4.7 – 

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The debut installment of a brand new column about everything Chelsea-related titled “The Mind of Conte” by Charles Codo.  Following much excitement, speculation, and anticipation, Antonio Conte has finally coached his first games in the English Premier League, home against West Ham and away to Watford. Following last season’s horror start, Chelsea fans will have 

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Spare a thought for Marcus Rashford. The teenager who burst onto the scene last season dramatically enough to salvage a shred of credibility from the dying embers of Luis Van Gaal’s regime and claim a place in England’s Euro 2016 squad has so far sat on the side-lines of Jose Mourinho’s bright new dawn. So 

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  George Camsell. 345 goals in 453 appearances. Never forget the name: George Camsell.   Created by Jon Rogers and taken from his long-time project: Heroes, Legends and Greats of the Football League Check out more of his superb graphic work on his personal website, Homework Follow Jon on Twitter @jonrogershmwrk Like O-Posts on Facebook 

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In the summer of 2007, Liverpool signed Fernando Torres for £25 million, a fee not including the move of Luis Garcia in the opposite direction. Torres had scored 91 goals across five seasons in La Liga for his boyhood club Atletico Madrid and Liverpool, looking for a goal-scorer to fire a title challenge after reaching 

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After weeks of speculation, Liverpool have finally accepted an offer for Christian Benteke and it is said to be in the region of £27 million from Crystal Palace. The Belgian would be a massive coup for the Eagles in a deal that would smash their transfer record and while it might not necessarily be the 

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Arsenal and Man United. Two of the biggest rivalries not only in England, but in Europe as well. Heightened and intensified during the Wenger-Ferguson era with in-match fights and animosity a norm. Can you name the players who have played for both Arsenal and Man United?     Created by Sporcle Check out their website 

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