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Rodgers coy on 'very talented' Depay link

"You know me in terms of speculation on players," he said. "The kid is a very talented player of course but I wouldn't like to confirm either way."

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United face wait over Rooney injury

Manchester United will assess Wayne Rooney to discover the extent of his knee injury after the striker was hurt in the 3-0 loss at Everton.

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Leicester may rest key players vs. Chelsea

The Foxes have won last four games to ease relegation fears, Pearson may rest players for visit of Premier League leaders to plan for survival battle.

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Pellegrini: No shame in second

Man City have gone out of the Champions League to Barca in successive seasons, but Manuel Pellegrini argued that they do not have as good a squad.

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Westwood wins third Indonesia Masters title

England's Lee Westwood won the Asian Tour's Indonesia Masters for the third time Sunday, beating Thailand's Chapchai Nirat with a birdie on the first hole of a playoff.

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BVB: No Gundogan agreement with United

Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc has firmly rejected speculation Manchester United are on the verge of signing Ilkay Gundogan.

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Southampton keen on Bamford - sources

Chelsea youngster Patrick Bamford is a target for Southampton next season as they look to bolster their attacking options, sources have told ESPN FC.

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Van Gaal quiet on Depay rumours

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal said he would not discuss reports that PSV Eindhoven winger Memphis Depay had travelled to Manchester.

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Championship: Watford seal promotion

Hornets, playing in the first Championship game of the day, went in front through Troy Deeney and sealed the points when Matej Vydra.

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Wenger: Hazard signing wasn't feasible

Arsene Wenger says he has "no big regrets" over Arsenal's failure to sign Eden Hazard before his switch to Chelsea, saying: "It was not feasible."

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John Carver: We are not ready to quit

Newcastle head coach John Carver is refusing to throw in the towel despite the Magpies being sucked into the Premier League survival fight.

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Farewell to humble hero McCoy

AP McCoy has always been in awe of Lionel Messi, Paul Scholes and Lester Piggott. With retirement awaiting, Ian Chadband explains why the greatest sportsman of our era is a hero of humility.

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