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Switch gossip and soccer information LIVE: Alli and Mourinho Tottenham plea, £62m Man City signing hailed, handball furore, Liverpool vs Arsenal construct up and damage information


The Premier League season is effectively beneath method, whereas there’s nonetheless one week left of the switch window.

Maintain updated with all the newest information and gossip and get all the most effective response to a different action-packed weekend of soccer, in our reside weblog beneath.

Plus, we’ll additionally carry you construct as much as tonight’s big conflict at Anfield between Liverpool and Arsenal.

TODAY’S HEADLINES:

  • Ruben Dias lauded as ‘mature, humble, skilful and with an amazing work ethic’ forward of Man City switch, by Portugal teammate Jose Fonte
  • Jose Mourinho and Dele Alli urged to succeed in compromise by Dimitar Berbatov, who warns behind the scenes points will have an effect on Tottenham
  • Tottenham nonetheless taken with Josh King switch, however Manchester United may make late transfer for Bournemouth star as Jadon Sancho various
  • Man City’s £62million deal for centre-back Ruben Dias confirmed by Benfica, with Nicolas Otamendi transferring different method
  • Thiago and Alisson out? Mikel Arteta to go daring at Anfield? How Liverpool and Arsenal ought to line up tonight after newest damage information
  • New handball rule branded ‘morally corrupt’ and ‘shambolic’ after Eric Dier choice in livid Ally McCoist and Sam Matterface rants
  • Houssem Aouar to Arsenal: Gunners captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang publicly backs signing of Lyon ace
  • Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho hits again with Manchester United penalty jibe after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s ‘measure the goalposts’ joke
  • Man City dubbed ‘a shambles’ and ‘embarrassing’ after Leicester thrashing as Micah Richards takes goal at Rodri, who says Jamie Vardy and co. had been fortunate



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