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Deadline Day is fast approaching

Anthony Gordon has once again failed to report for Everton training as he seeks to push through a move to Newcastle.

Malo Gusto is pushing for Lyon to sanction a January move to big-spending Chelsea.

Tottenham are growing in confidence a deal for Pedro Porro will be finalised in the coming days.

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Juventus want £31m transfer fee for McKennie from Leeds after USMNT star agrees personal terms

Can Leeds and Juventus reach an agreement over McKennie?

Juventus are reportedly demanding a £31 million fee from Leeds United for Weston McKennie, who has agreed personal terms with the Premier League side.

Source: goal.com
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Ancelotti praises Vinicius Jr after Brazilian ends difficult day with Madrid derby goal

Real Madrid 3-1 Atletico Madrid (AET)

Real Madrid are still on track for a famous quintet, having seen off city rivals Atletico Madrid in their quarterfinal tie of the Copa del Rey.

Source: football-espana.net
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Bielsa in London for further talks with Everton

Bielsa was sacked by Leeds United after a run of poor form

Marcelo Bielsa has arrived in London for further talks with Everton's hierarchy as they search for a successor to Frank Lampard.

Source: bbc.com
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Antonio to leave Hammers in January window?

Michail Antonio says there is a possibility he could leave West Ham in the January transfer window.

Antonio, 32, who joined the Hammers from Nottingham Forest for £7m in 2015, confirmed he had been in contact with other clubs.

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Thiago Silva set to stay at Chelsea

Thiago Silva looks set to remain at Chelsea

Thiago Silva has agreed terms on a contract extension at Chelsea, according to 90min.

Source: 90min.com
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Match of the day

The latest instalment of the Madrid derby takes place at the Santiago Bernabeu on Thursday night when Real Madrid play host to rivals Atletico Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey.

Diego Simeone's side will be seeking revenge after suffering a 2-1 La Liga defeat against Los Blancos at the Wanda Metropolitano in September.

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Dembele stunner sends Barcelona to Copa del Rey semifinals

Barcelona 1-0 Real Sociedad

Barcelona are through to the last four of the Copa del Rey, having edged past Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou.

Source: football-espana.net
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Reyna secures late win for Dortmund in Mainz

Mainz 1-2 Dortmund

Giovanni Reyna was the hero for Borussia Dortmund once more tonight, scoring a vital winner against Mainz in the eleventh hour.

Source: bulinews.com
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Spain drawn against Italy and Netherlands to face Croatia in Nations League semi's

Spain have been drawn against Italy in the Nations League semi-finals, while hosts the Netherlands will face Croatia.

The ties will be played 14-15 June and the third-place play-off and final on 18 June, with all matches in Rotterdam or Enschede.

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Done deal: Danjuma to Spurs

Tottenham have signed Netherlands forward Arnaut Danjuma on loan from Villarreal until the end of the season.

The 25-year-old becomes their first signing of the January transfer window, and had been expected to join Everton before Spurs made a late move.

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United with one foot at Wembley

Nottingham Forest 0-3 Manchester United

Marcus Rashford's sensational scoring streak continued at the City Ground as Manchester United closed in on an EFL Cup final appearance at Wembley next month with a three-goal victory over Nottingham Forest.

Source: bbc.com
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Match of the day

La Liga leaders Barcelona will welcome Real Sociedad to Spotify Camp Nou as they attempt to win a record-breaking 32nd Copa Del Rey title this season.

Xavi Hernandez’s side swept aside lower league side AD Ceuta in the Round of 16 and looked every bit a side keen on securing the trophy. Having won the competition thrice in Blaugrana colours, the Barcelona boss knows exactly what it takes to go all the way.

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A handful from Germany today

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Lazio 4-0 AC Milan: Report

Champions crushed in the capital

Lazio simply dominated troubled Milan 4-0 and surged up the table to join Inter and Roma in third place, only one point behind the reigning champions, who are now 12 points adrift of leaders Napoli.

Source: football-italia.net
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Chelsea and Newcastle keen on Everton's Gordon

Chelsea and Newcastle are keen on signing Everton forward Anthony Gordon before next Tuesday's transfer deadline. Both clubs tried to sign the 21-year-old in the summer but neither could agree a fee with the Toffees.

However, there is a belief Everton may be more open to a sale this month in order to generate funds for Frank Lampard's replacement as manager, although it is unlikely either would pay the £60m Everton would ideally want.

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Advantage Newcastle

Nick Pope extended his incredible clean sheet record

History weighs heavily on Newcastle and their fanatical support and it has been joined by huge expectation since Mike Ashley sold up. Now they will be firm favourites to reach the Carabao Cup final after Joelinton's second-half goal gave them a narrow semi-final first leg victory at Southampton.

Source: bbc.com
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Bayern had to fight for a point against Köln

FC Bayern 1-1 FC Köln

Ellyes Skhiri's first-half goal was eventually cancelled out by a wonderful strike by Joshua Kimmich at the death as the sides shared the spoils.

Source: bulinews.com
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12 points clear

After Lazio's 4-0 win against AC Milan, Napoli are now 12 points clear at the top of Serie A. Is this the year when they win their first Scudetto in 33 years?

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One to watch: Can record signing Isak shine for Newcastle tonight?

Eddie Howe insists Alexander Isak needs more training time with Newcastle United to get up to speed on Tyneside. The Swedish striker returned from injury this month and netted the winner against Fulham but is still battling for a starting spot at St James' Park. However, in tonight's Carabao Cup tie against Southampton, he could get a chance from start.

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Uefa to change Financial Fair Play rules after Chelsea contracts

Uefa is to change its Financial Fair Play rules in response to Chelsea's recent trend of signing players on long-term contracts

Signing players on extended contracts enables Chelsea to spread the player's transfer fee over the life of that deal when submitting their annual accounts.

Source: bbc.com
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Match of the day

AC Milan will be aiming to reduce the sizable gap to league leaders Napoli with a positive result against Lazio on Tuesday.

The hosts, meanwhile, would move one point behind their opponents in Serie A's table by beating them at Stadio Olimpico.

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Bundesliga gaining pace after winter break

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Done deal: Jakub Kiwior joins Arsenal

Jakub Kiwior has joined Arsenal from Spezia Calcio on a long-term contract.

The 22-year-old Polish international defender, who made 43 appearances during his time with the Italian side, was part of the national team squad at the recent World Cup.

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Kane equals Spurs’ all-time scoring record in win at Fulham

Touch, turn, shoot. This was Harry Kane making the art of goal-scoring look like the easiest thing in the world.

It was the 266th strike of the forward’s Spurs career and, as the ball nestled in the back of the Fulham net, it was tempting to wonder where this team would be without him.

Source: theguardian.com
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Lampard sacked by Everton

Frank Lampard lost his final four home league games as Everton manager

Defeat at fellow strugglers West Ham United on Saturday was Everton's ninth loss in 12 Premier League games.

Source: bbc.com
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Mbappé scores five as PSG advance to French Cup last 16

Pays de Cassel 0-7 PSG

Paris Saint-Germain made light work of sixth-tier side Pays de Cassel with a 7-0 win on their return to the Stade Bollaet, weeks after their defeat in the league to Lens.

Source: getfootballnewsfrance.com
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Skriniar sent off in what could be final Inter game

Inter 0-1 Empoli

Tommaso Baldanzi’s strike squirmed under Andre Onana for an historic Empoli victory at San Siro, but Inter paid the price for Milan Skriniar’s avoidable red card.

Source: football-italia.net
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Kane open to sign new Spurs contract

Tottenham striker Harry Kane is open to signing a new contract with the club, according to The Athletic.

The England captain currently has a deal at Spurs until the summer of 2024, but Kane will reportedly enter talks with the club after the January transfer window.

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Pedri: Barcelona's most shining star once again

Pedri was the star of the show as Barcelona beat Getafe 1-0

Star midfielder Pedri capped a dominant display with the only goal of the game as the Liga leaders extended their advantage over Real Madrid.

Source: goal.com
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Juventus 3-3 Atalanta: Report

'Old Lady' fights back in a thriller that had it all

Juventus gave a strong response both on and off the field, fighting back twice from a trailing position to hold Atalanta in a 3-3 thriller where Ademola Lookman scored twice and Angel Di Maria inspired the home side.

Source: football-italia.net
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Haaland shatters another record with hat-trick vs Wolves

Haaland's fourth hat-trick has come in just nineteen games - smashing the record previously held by Ruud van Nistelrooy

Erling Haaland was back to his best as he scored a hat-trick in Manchester City's win over Wolves which saw him shatter more Premier League records in his debut season

Source: mirror.co.uk
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Haller returns following testicular cancer in thrilling Dortmund win

An emotional return to football for the striker

Borussia Dortmund striker Sebastien Haller made his competitive return following testicular cancer in Sunday’s thrilling 4-3 Bundesliga victory over Augsburg.

Source: news.yahoo.com
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Arsenal 3-2 Man United: Report

Eddie Nketiah with a brace for Arsenal

Arsenal retained control of the Premier League title race after Eddie Nketiah's 90th-minute winner gave them a dramatic victory over Manchester United in a thriller at Emirates Stadium.

Source: bbc.com
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Match of the day

Coming through the North London derby unscathed - with Ramsdale fine despite being targeted by a disgraceful supporter attack - the Arsenal lineup will pick itself with Gabriel Jesus still facing several weeks out with a knee injury.

Reiss Nelson is also unlikely to be back from a hamstring issue in time for Sunday, while Mohamed Elneny and Cedric Soares will both need assessing after picking up knocks, although the duo's chances of starting this one were minimal anyway.

Another goal for Bukayo Saka would see him become only the third Arsenal player to score in three consecutive league games against Man United, following in the footsteps of the esteemed Freddie Ljungberg and Thierry Henry. (Source: Sports Mole)

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Arsenal vs. Manchester United: Preview

Seeking revenge on the only team to have beaten them in the Premier League this season, table toppers Arsenal host fourth-placed Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon

The Gunners can open up an 11-point gap over Erik ten Hag's side with victory in front of their ardent fans, while the visitors endeavour to stay within touching distance of Manchester City.

Source: sportsmole.co.uk
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'Missing In Action'

The 30-year-old Brazilian midfielder picked up a one match suspension after picking up his fifth yellow card in United's one-all draw against Crystal Palace midweek and will miss the Arsenal clash away on Sunday.

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Juventus head into Atalanta clash amid crisis

The Italian national football federation's (FIGC) decision means Juventus will plunge from third to 10th place in the Serie A table, outside the spots for European competition.

Juve indicated on Friday night that they are waiting for the written reasons behind the sanctions but will launch an appeal.

Their lawyers also suggested there had been "clearly unequal treatment" compared to any other clubs, with Sampdoria, Pro Vercelli, Genoa, Parma, Pisa, Empoli, Novara and Pescara all acquitted. They say they are "looking forward to carefully reading the written reasons" for the ruling. /n/nThe court also ruled that former Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli is to be banned from holding office in Italian football for 24 months.

Juventus have denied wrongdoing and said their accounting was in line with industry standards. (Source: Sky Sports)

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Juventus vs. Atalanta: Preview

Another mountain to climb, another crisis to try and manage

Sunday night’s matchup against Atalanta at the Allianz Stadium in Turin is now, out of nowhere, the beginning of this new, never-wanted reality for Juventus in which points are even more important than they were a week ago.

Source: blackwhitereadallover.com
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Liverpool 0 - 0 Chelsea: Report

Kai Havertz has goal disallowed and Mykhailo Mudryk impresses but teams toil at Anfield

Liverpool and Chelsea played out a goalless draw as the recent struggles of both teams were laid bare on a cold afternoon at Anfield.

Source: skysports.com
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Reaction | Liverpool 'a little step' forward in performance after goalless draw - Klopp

Jürgen Klopp felt Liverpool demonstrated ‘a little step’ forward in terms of their performance levels following the goalless draw with Chelsea at Anfield

The Reds and the Blues couldn't be separated in the Saturday lunchtime encounter at Anfield. Kai Havertz saw a third-minute close range effort ruled out for offside by VAR, while Liverpool went close on a number of occasions throughout but were unable to break the deadlock.

Source: liverpoolfc.com
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West Ham 2 - 0 Everton: Report

Jarrod Bowen's double turns heat up on Everton boss Frank Lampard

West Ham recorded a much-needed 2-0 victory over Everton – a result that heaps the pressure on Frank Lampard and leaves the Toffees stuck in the relegation zone.

Source: skysports.com
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Reaction | Lampard 'absolutely' does not fear being sacked

The Toffees are without a win in the top flight since October and are stuck in a relegation battle in 19th place

Everton manager Frank Lampard says he "absolutely" does not fear being sacked after his side were beaten by West Ham in the Premier League.

Source: bbc.com
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Crystal Palace 0 - 0 Newcastle United: Report

Nick Pope produces one of the saves of the season but Eddie Howe's side frustrated to goalless draw

Nick Pope produced one of the saves of the season so far but Newcastle failed to match their goalkeeper’s heroics by labouring to a goalless draw at Crystal Palace and missing the chance to solidify a top-four spot.

Source: skysports.com
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Atlético Madrid 3 - 0 Real Valladolid: Report

First-half flurry boots Atlético's top-four hopes

A first-half flurry helped Atletico Madrid thrash Real Valladolid and stay in the top four in the La Liga table. Alvaro Morata, Antoine Griezmann and Mario Hermoso all struck before the break for Diego Simeone's side, who sit 10 points behind leaders Barcelona.

Source: bbc.com
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Rayo Vallecano 0 - 2 Real Sociedad: Report

Sociedad win at Rayo to close on top two in Spain

Led by an ageless David Silva and a striker making the most of a second chance, Real Sociedad is threatening to make it a three-way title fight in the Spanish league.

Source: washingtonpost.com
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Salernitana 0 - 2 Napoli: Report

Luciano Spalletti's side go 12 points clear at the top of Serie A

Giovanni Di Lorenzo and Victor Osimhen scored either side of halftime as Napoli moved 12 points clear of defending champion AC Milan ahead of the Rossoneri's game at Lazio on Tuesday.

Source: dailymail.co.uk
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VfL Wolfsburg 6 - 0 SC Freiburg: Report

High-flying Freiburg thrashed at Wolfsburg

High-flying Freiburg were thrashed at Wolfsburg as they failed to close the gap on leaders Bayern Munich. Freiburg could have cut Bayern's lead in the Bundesliga to two points after their draw against RB Leipzig, but were instead hammered by Nico Kovac's men.

Source: bbc.com
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Champions League Dreams

Newcastle continue to impress this season and their dreams of Top 4 and a place in next years' Champions League will get another boost if they manage to pick up three points as the travel to Selhurst Park.

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Depay completes €3m move to Atletico Madrid

FC Barcelona and Club Atlético de Madrid have reached an agreement for the transfer of the player Memphis Depay for the fee of 3 million euros plus one million in variables. The agreement includes a preferential but not compulsory purchase option for the player Yannick Carrasco.

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Rebecca Welsh becomes first woman appointed to referee The Championship

Rebecca Welsh will referee Birmingham vs Preston on Saturday to become the first woman appointed to officiate a Championship game. Welch became the first woman to referee an EFL in April 2021 and also took charge of FA Cup third-round tie at Birmingham last year.

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Eyes on the price – Napoli racing towards Scudetto

After an extraordinary week at Stadio Arechi, Serie A strugglers Salernitana host regional rivals and league leaders Napoli on Saturday evening.

Days after firing their coach following an 8-2 defeat, the Granata invited him to return, and Davide Nicola will be back in the dugout when their visitors from along the Campania coast come to town.

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Win... or you're out?

Both David Moyes and Frank Lampard could be a loss away from losing their jobs. And they're battling it out in London today.

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The beautiful Bundesliga is back

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Bundesliga returns: Matchday 16 probable line-ups

Check out today's predicted line-ups ahead of the full return of Bundesliga

We will have entertainment from six venues in Germany today.

Source: bundesliga.com
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Match of the day

The Premier League returns to the fold with another round of matches this weekend as Chelsea lock horns with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side in an important clash at Anfield on Saturday.

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One to watch: Debut day for Mudryk

Mykhailo Mudryk could be making his debut for Chelsea today as the London club heads to Anfield to battle out for important points.

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Liverpool vs. Chelsea: Preview

Two giants of the English game languishing in mid-table obscurity kick off this weekend's Premier League action

The ninth-placed Reds and 10th-placed Blues only have 28 points to boast from their top-flight outings approaching the midway point of the season, although the hosts hold a game in hand over their capital counterparts.

Source: sportsmole.co.uk
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Juventus deducted 15 points

Bianconeri punished for artificially inflating players' value for capital gains

Serie A's financial prosecutor found Juventus to be guilty of a number of financial violations that saved the club roughly €90 million in player salaries. The club will be deducted 15 points after inflating transfer values and lying to financial officials in an attempt to save money.

Source: goal.com
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Match of the day

Bundesliga is back with a bang as RB Leipzig take on FC Bayern in the first game of 2023.

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Premier League Dreams

Burnley (1) and Sheffied United (2) tops The Championship and will be even closer to their dreams of Premier League football if they can take three new points tonight.

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Chelsea agree £29m deal to sign PSV Eindhoven forward

Noni Madueke is preparing to travel to England after Chelsea agreed a deal worth £29m with PSV Eindhoven for the winger. The transfer will take Chelsea's spending in this window to £190m

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