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CEDRIC SOARES’ ARSENAL SWITCH ALL DONE – SOTON BOSS

Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl confirmed Cedric Soares has the green light to leave this January amid reports the defender is close to joining Arsenal. Kyle Walker-Peters joined Southampton on Wednesday, with the Tottenham full-back moving on loan for the rest of the season. Asked if signing Walker-Peters frees Soares’ move away, Hasenhuttl said: "From our side yes.” Soares

LAZIO AGREE PERSONAL TERMS WITH CHELSEA FORWARD, AWAITS CHELSEA’S APPROVAL

Lazio have agreed personal terms with Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud but need to convince Chelsea to sell, claims Italian Media, Gianluca Di Marzio. Giroud is desperate to leave Chelsea before Friday's deadline in order to salvage a place in France's squad for Euro 2020. The France international has no future under Chelsea manager Frank Lampard but

WOLVES COMPLETE £19M PORTUGUESE SIGNING FROM OLYMPIACOS

Wolves have completed the £19million signing of Portugal winger Daniel Podence on a four-year deal from Olympiacos. Podence touched down in the Midlands on Wednesday for a medical and has now put pen to paper on a deal that will see him go straight into Wolves' squad for the game against Manchester United on Saturday. The

DANNY ROSE SET FOR £2 MILLION LOAN MOVE TO NEWCASTLE

Tottenham defender Danny Rose is reportedly set to complete a move to Premier League club Newcastle United on loan. Reports say Newcastle have agreed a £2 million fee to take the Spurs left-back on loan for the remainder of the season. According to reports from the English Press, the Magpies will have the option to

LIVERPOOL SET NEW CLUB RECORD EN ROUTE PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE TRIUMPH

The 2019/20 season looks set to be a year in which records tumble for Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp's side march towards their first ever Premier League title. Liverpool headed to West Ham on Wednesday night having won 22 of their opening 23 League games to mark themselves out as huge favourites to claim their first

Jurgen Klopp: I wish Liverpool had done better in West Ham win

Jurgen Klopp enjoyed the result but not the performance after Liverpool moved 19 points clear at the top of the Premier League with a 2-0 win at West Ham. Mohamed Salah's first-half penalty and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's second-half strike swept the Hammers aside as Liverpool continued their inexorable march towards

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer proud of Man Utd players after second Etihad win

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spoke of his pride after his Manchester United side fell short of a remarkable comeback in their Carabao Cup semi-final against Manchester City. Nemanja Matic scored the only goal as United beat City 1-0 at the Etihad Stadium – their second victory at that venue

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