If you were a Juventus fan, you’d be forgiven for feeling a little glum in recent weeks with the exit of central defender Leonardo Bonucci to A.C. Milan. A genuine Italian world-class star, leaving for an archrival is always going to be a bitter pill to swallow. But the blow has been softened somewhat with 

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It has been an eventful year for Huddersfield Town. Last summer, manager David Wagner was preparing a squad for what pundits expected a relegation battle in the Championship for the team from West Yorkshire. Instead, Wagner masterminded an phenomenal feat and led Huddersfield to the glamour and riches of the Premier League. However, pundits again 

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Liverpool FC gaffer Jurgen Klopp has been pretty quiet on the signing front this transfer window, recruiting just three players in almost two months. Meanwhile Merseyside rivals Everton are boasting their list of successful transactions, signing seven new players so far including the return of their former front-man Wayne Rooney. The Reds don’t seem too 

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A bright, daring and clearly talented Oxlade-Chamberlain first entered the mainstream consciousness when his performances for League One Southampton gained national coverage. Deployed as an attacking midfielder, capable also of playing on the wing, his trickery and light-feet too much for League One defences. An inclusion in the Team of the Season soon came and 

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When 24-year old striker who had 24 goals and 6 assists in a Premier League season decides to leave your favourite team, it is very normal to feel worried. Surely, that was how many Evertonians felt after Everton announced the reported £75m sale of Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United. Lukaku definitely left a big void 

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Arsene Wenger has arguably commanded the best Premier League team to-date and has overseen the most successful period in Arsenal Football Club’s history. So, it is strange that he cannot command a coat zip. Maybe it isn’t ‘of quality’, I don’t know. Named the ‘Invincibles’, following an astonishing forty-nine game unbeaten run that lasted the 

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Aside from the arrival of Mohamed Salah early in the summer, much of Liverpool’s transfer business on the incoming side of things has ended in frustration with moves for Virgil van Dijk and Naby Keita both hitting supposedly immovable stumbling blocks. In spite of this there is to be some good news for Liverpool supporters 

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With preparations for the 2017-18 season well under way, Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has once again been linked with a move away from Old Trafford. Spanish giants Real Madrid have been chasing his signature for the past two seasons after a series of scintillating performances over the years, which have caught the eye 

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Liverpool’s transfer market is currently quiet despite the major signing of Mohamed Salah, so to make things livelier again here we are to discuss transfers. However, we are not talking about players that could come to Liverpool rather we are talking about players that could leave Liverpool. Here are four players that could leave Jurgen 

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There are numerous clubs around Europe who have already had a great transfer window. Everton have had a great window, so have Bayern Munich and Manchester United. However, there is one club that have surpassed them all: AC Milan. But why?   Keeping Donnarumma Keeping Gianluigi Donnarumma is by far the best bit of business 

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The signing of Tiemoue Bakayoko from Monaco has reignited Chelsea’s summer. After a stuttering start, the signing of Bakayoko along with Antonio Rudiger from Roma has put a new light on Chelsea’s dealings so far. However, it has not been plain sailing. Antonio Conte has missed out on his primary striker target Romelu Lukaku, who 

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If the season started tomorrow Chelsea would struggle to fill a match day squad so it is no surprise that the reigning champions have added to their side with the capture of Tiemoue Bakayoko from Monaco. Chelsea had been tracking the French midfielder during the last campaign with Conte personally attending a number of Monaco’s 

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Manchester City’s recent capture of Tottenham defender, Kyle Walker, for a reported fee of £54 million, has made the English right-back the most expensive defender and Englishman in history. Walker is a fine player and offers something completely different to the players that City have had in his position in recent seasons. But the extortionate price 

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Speculation over the future of Nemanja Matic has increasingly yet repressively run rife, but the arrival of Tiemoue Bakayoko from AS Monaco may very well mark the epilogue of his chapter at Stamford Bridge. Younger, physically imposing and with a deft touch, Bakayoko has seemingly- if not assuredly- brought an end to Matic’s second spell 

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As we observe how the 2017/18 summer transfer window has unfolded so far, we realise how out of hand spending has become – particularly by Premier League clubs. Manchester United splashed out £75m to acquire Romelu Lukaku’s services, while Manchester City have casually signed right-back Kyle Walker for a fee worth up to £53m – 

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The Blues have finally landed their second major signing in the form of AS Roma center back Antonio Rudiger, after Manchester City’s goalkeeper Wilfredo Caballero, under a 5-year contract worth £29m. Conte’s historical ties with Italian defence must have surely inspired him to benefit the Blues through the art of Italian defending in the coming 

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Manchester United may have collected three honors last season, but that hasn’t deterred the Red Devils from assembling their war chest ahead of their return to the Champions League. Rather than resting on their laurels, United have thus far conducted shrewd business in the transfer market, bringing in two new additions to the squad. Victor 

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N’Golo Kante the Chelsea midfield dynamo was born in Paris, France, on the 29th of March 1991 to Malian parents. Kante began his career at the age of eight (8) at JS Suresnes in the western suburbs of Paris, remaining there for a decade. According to Assistant Manager Pierre Ville, Kanté remained outside the radar 

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In highly unusual circumstances for the club, Arsenal have made two early signings in the summer transfer window. With the free acquisition of Bosnia left-back Sead Kolašinac and club recording signing forward Alexandre Lacazette from Lyon, the Gunners have undoubtedly strengthened their squad. Acquisitions may not be over for Arsenal as they still have heavy 

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At 21 years old, Ruben Loftus-Cheek is heading to Crystal Palace on a season-long loan deal which will present him with his first real opportunity at regular first-team football at the highest level and he cannot afford not to succeed. Chelsea have held the reputation of having the most successful academy teams for the best 

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