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Liverpool ‘ready to let Coutinho go’

After a pretty tough Sunday afternoon for Liverpool at Wembley, more bad news could be set to follow their 4-1 drubbing by Tottenham Hotspur. Following the summer-long saga surrounding the future of playmaker Philippe Coutinho amid continuing links with — and rejected offers from — Barcelona, reports that he could …

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Arsenal chase Silva

Arsenal are tracking AC Milan striker Andre Silva as they look to bolster their attacking options ahead of Alexis Sanchez’s inevitable departure. Silva joined Milan for £33m in June and has scored four goals so far — all in the Europa League. With Barcelona also keeping a close eye on …

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Barcelona make final move for Coutinho

Barcelona will hold talks with Liverpool next week as they plot one last bid for Philippe Coutinho. The Catalan giants failed in their pursuit of the Brazilian over the summer, but they haven’t given up hope of resurrecting a deal in January. Barca have hired superagent Kia Joorabchian to broker …

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TOP STORY: Ozil refutes Man United links

Mesut Ozil has dismissed speculation that he could leave Arsenal for Manchester United as he begins to feel the strain of the uncertainty surrounding his future. source close to Ozil as saying the German hasn’t held talks with United over a potential transfer and that he isn’t even aware of …

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OSUSTECH Welcomes another VC’s cup Tournament

All teams are set and ready to kick start the VC’s cup 2017…..the tournament defending Champs BIOCHEMISTRY, would want to retain the title but the presence of tournament’s fearful;computer science and Geophysics will want to cause trouble in form of attacking prowess to title defenders and other teams present…. Let’s …

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Appleton in temporary control of Leicester

Manager-less Leicester languish in 18th place, but at least caretaker boss Michael Appleton is no stranger to crisis management. A glance at his CV — Portsmouth, Blackpool, Blackburn, Oxford — is a roll call of distressed football clubs. Craig Shakespeare was sacked Tuesday after himself being caretaker following Claudio Ranieri’s …

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Koeman facing last stand?

Chaotic, rudderless, incoherent: Arsene Wenger might recognise the jibes being aimed toward his opposite number on Sunday: Everton manager Ronald Koeman. Goodison Park can be a harrowing place for a struggling manager, and Everton’s troubles got deeper on Thursday when Lyon came to Merseyside and won 2-1 in the Europa …

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