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1hJohn Brewin

Lanzini will stay at West Ham - boss Bilic

Argentina international Lanzini is on a long-term contract with the East London club but has been linked with a move to Liverpool.

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Saints hopeful Van Dijk will rejoin squad (1:06)
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Why Evans to Man City makes sense (0:58)
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Clement confident Swansea can overcome United (1:38)
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Klopp: Liverpool still looking to buy (1:41)
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2hJonathan Smith

City's interest in Evans makes sense

While Jonny Evans does not seem a Pep Guardiola signing, in other ways, the mooted move makes sense as he would improve Man City's depth issues.

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Sigurdsson: Williams convinced me to join Everton (1:46)
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4hESPN staff

Spurs eye PSV defender Arias - sources

Tottenham have been linked with a number of right-backs as they search for a replacement for Kyle Walker, who has joined Manchester City.

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4hMattias Karen

Why Arsenal legend Henry remains unique

As Thierry Henry turns 40, it's safe to say that Arsenal may never see another player like their record goal scorer. But what made him so great?

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Where does Costa's statement leave Chelsea? (2:20)
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5hSteven Kelly

Reds' defence must beware Benteke

Crystal Palace have turned into a real nemesis for Liverpool at Anfield and with Christian Benteke lurking, the Reds' maligned defence must be wary.

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5hDan Kilpatrick

Sissoko: No agreement with any club

Sources have told ESPN FC that Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is keen to offload Sissoko before the end of this month.

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6hMark Ogden

Ogden: Conte to blame for Chelsea's woes

Conte could have prevented the squad shortage by retaining youngsters and could have been more pragmatic with Costa. Chelsea's woes are his fault.

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6hMattias Karen

Dangote wants to buy Arsenal, fire Wenger

Africa's richest man says he is plotting a bid to take over Arsenal -- and that his first move as owner would be to fire Arsene Wenger.

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7hAdriana Garcia

Costa says his future 'is already defined'

Earlier this week, the Spain international voiced disappointment at his treatment by Chelsea, who have reportedly fined him over a refusal to return.

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7hJames McNicholas

Ramsey fitness critical to Arsenal hopes

At his best, Aaron Ramsey is Arsenal's answer to Frank Lampard or Steven Gerrard. But the Welshman really needs an injury-free season to flourish.

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7hESPN staff and Tom Adams

Rooney makes his first Everton debut

Wayne Rooney's ascent was a thrilling development for English football, but to those in the know at Goodison, it was no surprise.

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7hGlenn Price

Inter would miss out on Coutinho windfall

Inter Milan would miss out on a huge financial windfall should Philippe Coutinho leave Liverpool for Barcelona, a source has told ESPN FC.