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Which one player should each top European club sign?

Chelsea could return for Sevilla defender Jules Kounde; Arsenal, Man City and Barca need a striker. But which one player should the big clubs sign?

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Bergwijn brace marks latest-ever EPL comeback

Steven Bergwijn said he was living "every boy's dream" after he came off the bench and scored twice in Tottenham's win over Leicester City.

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Arteta fumes at critics of Arsenal postponement

Mikel Arteta said he will defend Arsenal's reputation against anyone "lying" over the their motivations for postponing the north London derby.

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Sources: Rangnick keen on Lingard stay

Manchester United's Ralf Rangnick remains reluctant to let Jesse Lingard leave in the January transfer window, sources have told ESPN.

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Conte slams Prem over COVID postponements

Antonio Conte laughed at suggestions the Premier League's COVID-19 postponements included consideration of player welfare.

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Rangnick expects Pogba motivation upon return

Ralf Rangnick has said he expects Paul Pogba to be motivated when he returns to Manchester United even if to impress for a new contract "elsewhere."

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Rangnick: Martial's Man United beef is resolved

Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick said his disagreement with Anthony Martial over whether he was available to face Aston Villa is "resolved."

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Man Utd's Fred: Dressing room rift 'fake news'

Fred has hit back at claims there are cliques in the dressing room at Manchester United by dismissing the reports as "fake news".