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10hGlenn Price

Keita the latest Liverpool player injured

Liverpool are sweating on the fitness of Naby Keita after the midfielder sustained a muscular injury in his leg on international duty with Guinea.

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17hESPN

Mourinho charged by FA for TV comments

Jose Mourinho has been charged by the Football Association for his comments made to television cameras following Man United's win over Newcastle.

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19hCallum Rice-Coates, Football Whispers

Transfer Rater: Tonali to Chelsea

Sandro Tonali to Chelsea and Edin Dzeko to Southampton are some of today's hot rumours, according to Football Whispers.

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20hGlenn Price

Van Dijk playing through broken ribs - Koeman

Netherlands coach Ronald Koeman said Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk has been playing with two broken ribs for the past few weeks.

Football Agents: Contract talks hit a snag (3:42)
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2dLiam Twomey

Loftus-Cheek could leave on loan - sources

Having played just 33 minutes in the Premier League so far this season, Ruben Loftus-Cheek is frustrated at his lack of opportunities at Chelsea.

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2dRob Dawson

Ramsey open to top six Prem move - sources

Aaron Ramsey is set to take his time deciding his future but is open to staying in the Premier League with one of Arsenal's direct rivals.

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2dJames Piercy, Football Whispers

Transfer Rater: Havertz, Sarr to Arsenal

Kai Havertz and Ismaila Sarr to Arsenal, Cesc Fabregas to Atletico Madrid, are some of today's hot rumours, according to Football Whispers.

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2dBen Gladwell

Guardiola open to coaching in Serie A in future

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, who played for both Brescia and Roma, could see himself coaching in Serie A in the future.

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The Oakland Raiders will kick off the NFL London Series for 2018, with the Seattle Seahawks receiving. A sub-plot to watch: the Wembley pitch. It has rained continually in London today, and the turf could cut up badly. There are two more NFL games to come this month before Tottenham face Manchester City in the Premier League on Oct. 29.