Liverpool are set to sign Jota from Premier League rivals Wolves as their latest addition in the transfer market
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Mark Lawrenson is tipping Chelsea FC and Liverpool FC to share the spoils at Stamford Bridge on Sunday evening. The Premier League champions were 4-3
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Thats led United to consider Ismaila and the Independent claim that discussions have been held with the Senegal internationals agents.
Liverpool agree £45m deal for Diogo Jota as perfect back up for Mane, Salah and Firmino with Wolves set to sign Reds wonderkid Ki-Jana Hoever
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Liverpool have agreed a £45m deal for Wolves striker Diogo Jota, with Reds starlet Ki-Jana Hoever set to go the other way. The Reds made their second signing of the summer with the arrival Thiago f…
by: Harry Diamond — The Football Faithful 1h
Ahead of this weekend's hugely anticipated clash at Stamford Bridge, we've decided to look back at the players to have represented both clubs in the Premier League era
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Speaking to The Times, Tony Cascarino has urged Premier League champions Liverpool to sign Wilfried Zaha this summer.
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LFC Daytrippers contributor Grizz Khan has been discussing Ismaila Sarr during a recent edition of the podcast. Earlier in the window, the Reds were said to have an interest in the Watford winger,
by: Timothy Aiyeku — Thewistle 6h
English Premier League outfit Man United have been linked with several players even before the start of the summer transfer window but have been able to secure just one so far. The Red Devils recently sealed the signature of Donny van de Beek from...
by: Footy Extras — Footy Extras 8h
Manchester United have opened negotiations to sign Watford winger Ismaila Sarr with a deal for Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho looking increasingly unlikely. Sancho has been the Red Devils’ priority target throughout the transfer window but BVB are refusing...
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In this week's Blood Red, Paul Gorst looks at the statement signings of Diogo Jota and Thiago Alcantara
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A deal is done
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The Premier League is back for Game Week 2 and by this time, you should be ready with your FPL teams. There's not much to worry about if you missed out on Game
by: Chris Bascombe; John Percy — The Telegraph 11h
Portuguese international Jota will join for an initial £41 million, with the figure potentially rising with add-ons